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The People's Choice Awards best hair looks

Bobby Schuessler is a beauty writer for SheKnows and is one of the resident experts on hair care and celebrity hairstyles. Bobby is currently a New York City style editor and writer. For inside fashion and beauty trends, follow him on Tw...

The people have voted

The people have voted…. and so have we! Last night, the 38th Annual People’s Choice Awards brought us everything from host Kaley Cuoco’s hilarious commentary to Faith Hill’s standout performance, but we take a break from the awards and performances to pick our favorite celebrity hair looks from the red carpet. Did your favorite star make our list? 

The people have voted

Kaley Cuoco

Cool layered

With six look changes throughout the night, this host rocked the effortless beachy-layered look on the red carpet and during her opening monologue.

The people have voted

Lea Michele

Sultry glamour

Shiny locks slicked to the side equal instant glamour with the Glee star's dangling diamond earrings and white fringy Marchesa gown.

The people have votedJennifer Lawrence

Tight ponytail

This true Hollywood starlet expertly pulls off the casual meets glamour look with a chic ponytail... especially with that electric blue dress.

The people have votedAlyson Hannigan

Sophisticated updo

The How I Met Your Mother star looked like she stepped out of Mad Men with her perfectly coiffed updo. Classic.

The people have voted

Emma Stone

Grungy sleek

To complete her menswear inspired ensemble, this "Best Actress" winner appeared positively cool with her somewhat messy and slightly crimped 'do.

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