Rachel Weisz may not have taken home the Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Drama for her performance in The Deep Blue Sea, but she won in our book of best beauty looks of the night with 1930s-esque waves. Clutching a Jimmy Choo bag were her cherry tipped nails, courtesy of Deborah Lippmann who used the classic sanguine red lacquer called "Lady Is A Tramp" on the actress for extra sophistication. Her makeup, per usual, was enviously natural and perfectly sultry, with glossy berry tinted lips as the finishing touch. Complimenting her playful Louis Vuitton number, which featured a polka dotted sheer paneled skirt and sweet bow around her waist, Weisz' hair style remained young and contemporary despite taking inspiration from old Hollywood glamour. Vidal Sassoon Pro Seriescelebrity stylist Ben Skervin, the one responsible for Rachel's gorgeous locks, told us how to get her red carpet look!
Ben suggests starting with damp hair, applying Vidal Sassoon Pro Series Heat Protect & Shine Spray and blow-drying hair straight to start off. Once hair is dry, tuck hair behind left ear. On that same side, take small sections and curl hair down a 1-inch barrel curling iron. After 20 seconds, remove the iron and pin the section in a roll while it cools. Repeat this process until the whole head is curled.Then, on the untucked side, repeat the same process but with a ½-inch curling iron to give a stronger wave around the face. Once all the hair cools, remove the pinned sections and brush hair into a soft, sexy wave.To keep hair tucked behind the ear, apply a small amount of Vidal Sassoon Pro Series Mega Firm Hold Gel. Lastly, lightly mist with Vidal Sassoon Pro Series Extra Firm Hold Hairspray to hold the style in place, leaving it with a sleek, finished look.