Saturday, January 22, 2011

Goody for Golden Globes glamour-even Black Swan & Natalie Portman ballerina updos!
How to Recreate 2011 Golden Globe Hairstyles

Learn expert tips for how to get this year's best red carpet looks at home

How to Recreate 2011 Golden Globe Hairstyles

This is a celebrity hairstyles article

To us, the only thing better than judging the best celebrity hairstyles like some sort of Roman Emperor surveying the gilded crop, is getting the inside scoop on how we can recreate the ones we love ourselves.

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Hello Gorgeous!
I personally have NOT tested this, but it just looks good? Fun? It could be a way to get the Black Swan ballerina updo's Natalie Portman wears in the film- and in her Golden Globes appearance?
Enjoy the info-if you try it or use it-comment and share please!
Goody’s revolutionary Spin Pin is a winner of the magazine’s third annual Very Innovative Products Awards

Atlanta, Ga. (January 12, 2011) – In 2010, women everywhere discovered just how easy it is to achieve an elegant updo at home with the miraculous Goody Spin Pin. This tiny corkscrew that does the work of 20 bobby pins is currently the number one hair accessory nationwide and now, Good Housekeeping is adding another superlative to its pedigree, naming the Spin Pin as a winner in their third annual Very Innovative Products (VIP) Awards.

The scientists and engineers at the Good Housekeeping Research Institute, the magazine’s state-of-the-art laboratory, evaluated over 2,000 products to recognize the year’s breakthroughs that solve everyday problems in new and exciting ways. The VIP winners stand out for their pioneering innovations and are also tested for performance and safety in a variety of categories such as beauty, cooking, cleaning and electronics. The 2011 VIP Awards are featured in the February issue of Good Housekeeping, which is read by 25 million women each month.

“We are always looking for new ideas that will wow our readers,” said Rosemary Ellis, editor-in-chief of Good Housekeeping. "We see so many products each year, but a few really amaze us with their functionality. The Goody Spin Pin stood out for its ease-of-use and astounding results.”

“We are thrilled for the Goody Spin Pin to be recognized so highly by such a prestigious publication,” said Kim Hoelting, Vice President of Marketing for Goody. “This award affirms Goody’s commitment to styling innovations that will revolutionize the life of today’s busy woman.”

Inspired by the undone updos that dominated both the red carpet and runway in 2010, Goody created the Spin Pin to help women everywhere achieve this effortless yet sophisticated style. To create this professional-quality look, simply gather hair at the nape of the neck and twist it into a tight bun, tucking in the ends. Then twist the two Spin Pins together for the perfect instant updo.

Introduced in March 2010, the Spin Pin is part of Goody Simple Styles™ collection, clever styling tools and instructional guides to assist every woman in achieving a salon-inspired hairstyle at home. The collection also includes products for the perfect voluminous ponytail, modern twist or volume boost.

The Goody Simple Styles Spin Pin has a suggested retail price of $7.29. It is available at Walmart, Target, CVS, Walgreens and Duane Reade stores nationwide.

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