Leave it to the Golden Globes to deliver an evening full of major beauty inspiration. Celebrities brought their A-game to the 2019 show, dishing out risk-taking lip colors and ultra-glowy complexions. It was Irina Shayk's bob haircut that ultimately won the red carpet, though — and the model's new look might just convince you to give your hairstylist a call (and stat).
Shayk hit the red carpet at the Beverly Hilton on Sun. evening with a brand new look: The model's iconically long, chestnut-brown hair was chopped into a blunt lob. With a deep side part and a super-glossy finish, the model's new hair served as a sleek compliment to her glitzy dress. Although hair transformations are nothing new in the celebrity realm, Shayk's decision to chop her hair prior to the show was certainly a bold move (and one that paid off, at that).
Shayk, who gave birth to her and Cooper's daughter Lea De Seine Shayk Cooper in 2017, attended the show to support Cooper and his many nominations for A Star Is Born. The couple — who are notoriously private when it comes to their relationship — were all smiles as they walked the red carpet arm in arm.
Of course, Shayk wasn't the only celebrity to show off a new look during the Jan 6. show. Queen of all things extra, Cooper's co-star Lady Gaga arrived with an icy-blue hair color, which coordinated perfectly with her Valentino couture gown. And just days prior, Isla Fisher traded out her iconic red hair for a drastically different shade: all-over yellow blonde with choppy layers, which turned out to be a very convincing wig.
Perhaps the start of 2019 has inspired this week's celebrity hair changes — after all, the new year is the perfect time to try out a new look. If you, too, are inspired to make a change in the beauty department, why not look towards Shayk's new look for a fresh change of pace? The best part about long bob haircuts is that they're incredibly easy to style. Whether you opt for a sleek and smooth finish like Shayk or create some texture and bounce, lobs are a year-round haircut worth experimenting with ASAP.