Lady Gaga's Avant-Garde Golden Globes Hair Was All Thanks to This $20 Product
The moment we heard A Star Is Born was nominated for a Golden Globe, and better yet, that Lady Gaga was personally nominated for Best Original Song (Shallow is a work of art if we do say so ourselves), we expected to be blown away come January 6th, when she would finally walk the red carpet. She is, after all, known for making bold fashion and beauty choices. We're talking about the very same woman who arrived to the 2011 Grammy's red carpet in some sort of alien egg vessel...but we digress. To put it succinctly, we were expecting something big and impressive.
Impressed we were. She arrived in a voluminous periwinkle gown that was reminiscent of the one Judy Garland wore in the 1954 version of A Star Is Born (yep, the heartbreaking 2018 film starring Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper is indeed a remake). In true Gaga fashion, she went the extra mile by tinting her hair to match her gown. The best part—because yes, it gets better—is that her hair transformation was all thanks to a $20 product.
Gaga's Golden Globes hair was styled by Frederic Aspiras, a celeb hairstylist who happens to be a key member of Lady Gaga's upcoming beauty line, The Haus of Gaga, which is currently in development. Patents have reportedly been filed, so it's not a question of if but when we'll see Gaga's namesake beauty line hit the market. But let's get back to the Golden Globes hairstyle that broke the Internet, shall we? Keep scrolling to see a step-by-step breakdown of the look.