Red Carpet Ready
Hathaway started the evening with a center part and a statement lip to match her Valentino couture gown.
When she first took stage, Hathaway's glossy waves were almost as shiny as the baubles on her Givenchy gown. Use a silicone-free serum to get lustrous locks like these at home.
Hathaway showed off her pipes—and her stems—when she performed a musical number in a Lanvin tux. This perky ponytail made an otherwise-boyish outfit feel fully feminine.
Side-parted sleek locks complement Hathaway's off-shoulder Armani Privé gown. Tidy up split-ends (they're more noticeable on straighter strands) in a jiffy with a light pomade or styling creme.
Perhaps inspired by Black Swan, Hathaway stepped out with a ballerina bun to match her frilly Vivienne Westwood frock. Anti-humidity hairspray is a must for sleek buns during spring and summer months.
Bombshell waves set off a flirty, one-shoulder Oscar de la Renta dress. When flaunting shoulder-baring designs, don't forget to apply highlighter powder along your upper arms for a slimming effect.
This sleek side-parted chignon tops off a form-fitting Tom Ford sheath. We like that Hathaway didn't let her updo to steal center stage from her embellished gown.
As the night winds down, Hathaway loosens up with an undone side bun and strapless Atelier Versace dress. This easy, elegant hairstyle is also a good option for brides-to-be.
Exhausted by her many costume changes, Hathaway finally lets down her hair—and shows off her fab face-framing highlights—at the Governor's Ball After Party. Like any good beauty devotee, she knows her over-styled locks need a break.