Gal Gadot's Golden Globes look has made us all want a wavy long bob

We love this look

Gal Gadot
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The Golden Globes gave us a chance to see celebrities like Jennifer Aniston and Jane Fonda all dressed up, we even got the chance to find out what The Crown stars thought about Prince Harry's comments on the Netflix show.

However, it's Gal Gadot's new hair, which she paired with a bespoke Givenchy dress, that really stole the show.

The Wonder Woman actress must have had her best hairdryer to hand as her normally mid-length hair was seen curled into a long bob - and we just can't get enough of it. 

With hair salons closed until at least April, it's the hair inspiration we've all been looking for.

We're used to seeing the actress with long brunette waves so the chic bob hairstyle change was a nice surprise, created lovingly by her hairdresser Mark Townsend.

Gal, who arrived at the event with her husband, looked striking in a white flowing dress, made especially for her by Givenchy.

Hairdresser Mark, who is also responsible for perfecting the locks of other A-Listers, including Tom Cruise and Natalie Portman, shared various images of the model via his Instagram page - showing the cute bob's side parting and big bouncy curls.

Gal finished off her very chic look with a natural make-up look, diamonds from Tiffany and also Rene Caovilla heels. But, it was her hair that really made her stand out on the night.

The Wonder Woman star was one of the lucky ones who actually attended the awards, with most actors calling in via video link. She was there to present an award for the best foreign language picture.

Gal, who is originally from Israel, was crowned Miss Isreal in 2004, when she was just 18. She went on to model and break into acting - with her first solo film being Wonder Woman in 2017. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband and two daughters.

Sarah Finley

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