Golden Globes 2013 – How to get Kate Hudson’s look – How-to by David Babaii

I am sure most you by now have seen lots of images of the glammed up Hollywood starts at the 70th Annual Golden Globe Awards which was held yesterday, 14th January 2013.

And does Kate Hudson look absolutely dazzling in the black Alexander McQueen gown with gold bead work at the neckline. The long-sleeve black gown also had stunning gold accents on her decorative wide belt and a jaw-dropping keyhole cut-out effect.

Personally I think Kate was one of the most stunning women on the carpet – and while I could never dream of being able to afford the stunning gown, I can at least try to copy her glamorous hair style, as celebrity hairstylist David Babaii has revealed his step-by-step instructions and the products he used to achieve Kate Hudson’s glamorous look..

One of the most sought-after hair stylists in Hollywood, David has recently re-branded his hugely successful DAVID BABAII hair care collection with a sleek new look and new and improved formulations that harness the combined power of science and nature to deliver exceptional hair care results.

“For this year’s Golden Globes, I wanted to show off Kate’s healthy, shiny hair with a style that emphasised her true Hollywood beauty,” said David. “Kate is our generation’s Brigitte Bardot, with soft, voluptuous hair that is touchable yet glamorous – she is the perfect muse and my inspiration!” he said.

To achieve Kate’s Golden Globes 2013 look, David used a number of products from his newly formulated DAVID BABAII range, starting with the Blow Out Rapid Blow Dry Spray (RRP: $24.50) – a heat protectant spray designed to speed blow drying time and provide overall texture and structure to the hair.

Next, he added the Whipped Volume Styling Mousse (RRP: $24.50), to give a “natural, long-lasting fullness without any heaviness.” Starting with a medium round brush at the root area to add more volume, David then switched to a large round brush to smooth hair and create soft, rounded edges.


After drying, David created a natural side part and lightly misted Miracle Elixir Nourishing Oil Spray (RRP: $29.95) all over for stunning shine and gloss. For her sexy, side-swept fringe, he wrapped hair around a medium round brush, spraying a small amount of Finished Styling Spray (RRP:$24.50). With the blow dryer temperature on high he directed heat on the brush followed by a quick blast of cool air to set. Gently he removed the brush to release the fringe. With his fingers, he combed through to allow the hair to fall naturally into place.

To finish, he misted the hair all over again with Finished Styling Spray for “soft, touchable hair with memory hold.”


Re-launched in Australia in November 2012, the new David Babaii range is now available in Priceline stores, selected pharmacies and salons, and at David Babaii Online.


Here are the full details of the products used to style Kate’s hair:

David Babaii Blow Out Rapid Blow Dry Spray (RRP: $24.50)

Designed to tame even the thickest of manes, this heat protecting spray will speed blow dry time and add bang to your blow out. Enriched with natural actives to nourish, strengthen and protect, this double-duty spray banishes frizz while imparting intense shine.

David Babaii Whipped Volume Styling Mousse (RRP: $24.50)

For structured volume and definition, this lightweight mousse works to give more bounce without weighing hair down, lifting from root to tip. Its nutrient-rich formula promotes natural-looking volume and hold that’s never stiff or crunchy. Provides hair with the ultimate in heat protection as natural actives work together to protect hair against the dark forces of humidity and can be brushed out easily, giving lift, support and shine in all the right places.

David Babaii Miracle Elixir Nourishing Oil (RRP: $29.95)

An advanced, highly concentrated oil that provides intense conditioning and instant shine while smoothing to reduce frizz and fly-aways. Packed with an exotic blend of ingredients, this little liquid miracle contains anti-oxidant rich Moringa oil to repair hair damage and Native Amazonian Pequi oil to revive dull, dry hair and tame frizz and split ends. Meanwhile, a blend of Immortelle Essential, Acai, Brazilian Nut and Sweet Almond oils provides intense nourishment to hair while resisting humidity and boosting overall hair health.


David Babaii Finished Styling Spray (RRP: $24.50)

Using Vitamin E, Jojoba, Evening Primrose and Argan oils to soothe and nourish hair without drying it out, this light styling mist simultaneously gives structure and boosts shine for lush locks. Infused with a heavenly coconut lime fragrance and enriched with Kiwi and Basil extract to prevent individual strands from clinging and clumping together, this spray provides hair with workable, brush-able hold for bending, moulding, twisting or lifting without the sticky or crunchy texture.


As you may recall, I reviewed the David Babaii Miracle Oil a few months ago, and absolutely love that stuff, so I so keen on trying out the new range.

What do you think about Kate’s look? And have you ever tried David Babaii products? Which David Babaii products are your favourites?

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