Best Hair at the People’s Choice Awards

Award season is in full swing, and to kick it off the People’s Choice Awards celebrated the best in entertainment, chosen by the fans. But, who cares about the winners? What we really want to know is how the celebrities looked on the red carpet! We rounded up our favourite hairstyles from Wednesday night’s broadcast.

Check out the best beauty looks from this year’s People’s Choice Awards:


Taylor Swift’s Best Revenge


Fresh off her breakup with One Direction’s Harry Styles, Taylor Swift looked absolutely jaw-dropping at the People’s Choice Awards! Everyone knows that the best revenge is to look extremely hot so that the guy who broke your heart regrets his decision. I guarantee Harry was kicking himself after seeing this. We love her hair pulled back so that you can see her stunning features, plus this hairstyle perfectly compliments her simple and sexy dress. You go girl!

Heidi Klum’s High Ponytail


Heidi Klum can do no wrong. Her red carpet looks are always amoung the most stylish at any event. Her dress was so different, with the cutouts and gold detailing, that opting for a simple high ponytail was the perfect way to show off the look. 

Naomi Watts’ Side Part


If you want to give the illusion that you’ve got shorter hair (without having to chop off your beautiful locks), try this look from Naomi Watts. It is a playful and sexy look that gives her a youthful and effortless style. 

Lea Michele’s Braided Updo

Both Lea Michele and Katy Perry rocked this braided updo last night. The intricate plaits are fun and flirty, and suit her better than a slicked back updo would. We’ve been used to seeing her long ombre locks and bangs all year, that this change was really fresh and different. 

Tags: 2013 People's Choice Awards, Heidi Klum hairstyle, Lea Michele Hairstyle, Naomi Watts hairstyle, People's CHoice Awards hairstyles, red carpet hairstyles, Taylor Swift hairstyle

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