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January Jones' Architectural SAG Updo Hairstyle With Platinum Angles And Curves

Actress January Jones drives the fashion, hair and beauty police mad with her ability to constantly reinvent herself on every Red Carpet she steps onto with her bejeweled feet.  In many ways January is a modern version of Cinderella who has emerged from the Mad Men Carriage to be a top contender for best hair, best fashions and just about best everything else ranging from shoes and jewels to handbags and make-up.

Fashion houses like Versace Atelier kill for the opportunity for January to wear their gowns.  Although she appears to have a preference for Versace, for the 2011 SAG Awards she rocked Carolina Herrera.  Her constantly evolving array of updos, twists and retro tresses never cease to impress and work in perfect harmony with her designer gown of choice.

January Jones is sometimes compared to the blonde and beautiful actress Grace Kelly due to her lady-like glamour.

Although she recently wore a stunning red peek-a-boo gown at the 2011 Golden Globes, she changed it up for the SAG Awards by rocking a black high-necked Mermaid shaped figure hugging gown with gold details.

The demure Carolina Herrera gown showed off January's spectacular figure. With that Carolina Herrera gown January's celebrity hairstylist, Renato Campora had to turn her platinum blonde tresses into a work of hair art.

Campora created an updo which was full of sharp, dramatic angles which worked perfectly with her angelic face and showcased her creamy porcelain complexion.

Hair police who were watching the SAGs tweeted that January was a top contender for Best SAG Hair because of her super shiny, perfectly constructed updo which appeared almost architectural in shape and composition.  Campora told the media he was inspired by the 1950s when created January's chic updo.

Campora reportedly created January's SAG hair design on wet hair which was prepped with volumizing and smoothing balms.  January's hairstyle showcased a deep side part and strands which were blown out with a round brush.  The sharp side wave was created with a 1 inch curling iron.  The rest of the hair was set with traditional pin curls.

To create the finished architectural design Campora pinned January's hair up at the center of her head to create a dramatic neck revealing updo.

The result?  An eye popping, mouth dropping sleek shiny updo that I couldn't take my eyes off.  Expect this breathtaking Red Carpet glam hairstyle to trigger a new updo movement.  Kudos to Campora for a spectacular hair design.

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