'The Office' Star Angela Kinsey's Low-Key Glam Routine for the Globes

01/18/2010 at 12:28 PM ET


Her television show might have been nominated for a Golden Globe Award, but Angela Kinsey didn’t need the help of a posh salon or team of stylists to help her primp. In fact, the Clairol spokesperson got glam for the red carpet in the comfort of her own home. Skipping the expensive highlight job, Angela tells PEOPLE.com, “I colored my hair with Nice ‘n Easy [in] Natural Medium Neutral Blonde. Because the Golden Globes are a big fancy party, I actually had a friend help me.” And unlike other starlets, Angela Kinsey didn’t hit the gym or change up her diet to prep for the red carpet. “I always try to drink lots of water,” Angela says about getting her skin in shape. And to keep her body fit? “Chasing Isabel!” Angela says of running after her 20-month-old daughter. “We love to go on walks together and explore.” But, when it comes to the dress, even this laid-back actress feels the stress. “It can be a little nerve-wracking,” she says. “I usually just go with what I like and what makes me feel fancy.” And this year, that meant a slinky blue satin gown by Laundry that even withstood the rainy conditions outside!–Andrea DeSimone, reporting by Katherine Kluznik Rentmeester


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