Which Star's Headband Was Best at the Globes?

01/16/2012 at 11:00 AM ET

Golden Globes Red Carpet Headbands
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Leave it to celebrities to make an old trend new again. Headbands — once the preferred accessory of third-graders everywhere — made a triumphant return to the red carpet last night on actresses Michelle Williams, Charlize Theron and Busy Philipps.

Williams kept her blonde pixie under wraps in a vintage Fred Leighton for Forevermark headband, while Theron accentuated her soft do with a vintage Cartier band. Meanwhile, Cougartown‘s Busy Philipps put her own twist on the trend, using a simple platinum band to keep her updo in place.

We’re loving the return of headbands, but want to know what you think. Tell us: Are you a fan of the trend? Whose hairpiece was your favorite?


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