The Best Hair Looks From The Golden Globes 2024

Published 09th Jan 2024 by Sian Jones
The 81st Golden Globes took place in Hollywood on Sunday night and it was a chance for us to see the best male grooming trends sweeping Hollywood at the moment.

We asked the experts and Team MB what their favourite looks from the Golden Globes 2024 were and what you can expect to see your clients requesting this year...

Jon Batiste


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"I love when male celebs push the boundaries and bring exciting looks to the red carpet because it gives clients the confidence to experiment with their own hair and to see how they can accessorise a simple look. Jon Batiste took his twists and added glitter! He shone at the Golden Globes 2024 and I can't wait to see more glitter looks like this during the festival and Christmas party seasons." Modern Barber Editor, Sian Jones.


Jeremy Allen White


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"Jeremy Allen White's artfully dishevelled curls were created by celebrity groomer KC Fee and rumoured to be crafted with the Dyson Airwrap. Jeremy's heartthrob hair will hopefully inspire people to grow their hair a little longer to work with, not against, their natural curls." Charlotte Grant-West, Hairdressers Journal Editor


Cillian Murphy

"As we know, the male grooming market has elevated hugely over the last few years and more guys are looking to the red carpets and celebrities for inspiration for their own individual style. My favourite look from the evening was Cillian Murphy – he looked amazing. Cillians’ hair was styled into a middle parting, with the front sections slightly lifted with a small ‘wave’ feel throughout. The hair was left fairly long through the top, sides and back, giving a much more relaxed look as opposed to his original short, back and sides."

Ainsley Gray, F&M Hairdressing


Simu Liu


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"I thought Simu Liu’s entire Golden Globes 2024 look was timeless, but I was especially drawn to his hair, which was styled by Mira Chai Hyde. I don’t think you can ever go wrong with a pompadour, but the tousled, shaggy texture was a fun contrast to his ultra-polished tux." Josie Jackson, Editorial Assistant


Timothée Chalamet 


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"It’s fantastic to see men really embracing their own style and showcasing different lengths, cuts and texture. Timothée's hair is very much his known feature and he has fantastic volume and texture throughout. At last nights event, his hair was the statement part of his look, incredible curls, plenty of volume and lots of texture. Using a diffuser attachment is the best way to achieve this look – it provides the right amount of heat and allows you to use your hands to mould the shape." Andy Heasman, International Creative Director, RUSH Hair


Charles Melton


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"I love Charles Melton’s side parted, 1920s old Hollywood, slicked back look. Paired with a navy tux and black bowtie, it’s safe to say the nominated actor looked very dapper!" Chlo Weldon, Content Writer


Orlando Bloom

"Orlando Bloom gave us a classic look on the red carpet at the Golden Globes, opting for short and sleek. Keeping the hair short at the sides, and slightly longer on the top to add slight texture, ensured it stayed within the slick style. When recreating this look, use a small amount of JOICO JoiGel Medium and work this into the hair to give added texture throughout." Simon Giamattei, Marc Antoni and JOICO Europe


Jonathan Bailey


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"Jonathan Bailey’s look at this year’s Golden Globes was one of my favourites. He exuded style in his white suit, pairing this with pushed back, effortless hair that complimented the whole look perfectly. This was a common hairstyle at this year’s Golden Globes and is a cut I think we will see a lot of this year, particularly where clients are looking to avoid using any heated styling tools on their hair after excessive styling during the festive months. When creating this look, products are key. The finished look has a flexibility without too much hold and a subtle shine, therefore I would use a product like American Crew Forming Cream, applying this through damp hair, breaking up with your fingers whilst also using a hairdryer to direct the style and create the desired shape you would like to achieve." Jim Shaw, Director of TONI&GUY Billericay and multi award winning men’s hairdresser


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Sian Jones

Sian Jones

Published 09th Jan 2024

Sian is Editor Modern Barber and Deputy Editor Hairdressers Journal International. She has over ten years’ experience writing for print publications covering Youth & Children, TV & Entertainment and Lifestyle. Sian graduated with a degree in journalism, and whilst studying was nominated for the Guardian Digital Journalist of the Year award in 2011.

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