Friday, January 17, 2014

Hair how to: Kate Beckinsale at the Golden Globe Awards, by Sascha Breuer



If there is one thing that English rose Kate Beckinsale is know for, it’s seriously great hair. So long! So lush! So… perfect. It’s hair that could easily be over-worked on the red carpet though, so seeing what Celebrity Stylist, Sascha Breuer did with Beckinsale’s hair using Moroccanoil products at this week’s 71st Annual Golden Globe Awards was like a breath of fresh air.
Breuer said the overall Inspiration was “her wholesome English rose good looks… Kate can get away with quite a bit of edginess in her hairstyle, so we went with a punk-inspired diva look that’s a bit different from her usual soft flowing waves.”
To recreate the style at home:
1. Start by using Moroccanoil Volumizing Mouse directly on to the roots of damp hair. The mousse will help add body and hold and it’s a great way to set the style in. It’ll also make hair more pliable and easier to work with. 
2. Begin blow drying the hair using a skeleton brush, and then use your fingers to create texture and additional volume. Once the hair is fully dry, separate into a horseshoe shaped section (the part between both temples and your crown area) and clip the top section away.
3. Pull the bottom section into a low, side ponytail at the nape of the neck and secure with an elastic. Then coil and wrap the tail into a messy bun.  You can even tug a few strands out to create naturally falling bits and to loosen the bun. Secure hair with bobby pins.
4. Take the hair from the top section and backcomb the roots using Moroccanoil Ionic Ceramic Round Brush to maximize the volume at the crown and create a slightly disheveled texture.
5. Secure the top section into the existing, loose bun with bobby pins.
6. Last up, mist the hair with Moroccanoil Luminous Hairspray Medium to add shine and long-lasting flexible hold. Spray a little product onto fingertips and work it into the single strands to help define the pieces. Secure the final look with a few more pins and you’re good to go! 

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