Hair now to: Margot Robbie by Bryce Scarlett for Moroccanoil

It’s safe to say that at the various premieres of her latest film, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, Australian beauty Margot Robbie has slayed. She continued her global red carpet domination of late at the Los Angeles premiere of the newest Tarantino outing, referencing the early seventies again in the freshest, most modern way.
In Los Angeles, the actress called upon her seriously talented glam team to deliver a show-stopping beauty look inspired by ’70s goddess Lauren Hutton. Reportedly channelling a specific Richard Avedon portrait of Hutton shot for Vogue in 1973, Robbie arrived at the Los Angeles premiere in a beautifully draped white Chanel frock with her honey-coloured hair perfectly coiffed by stylist Bryce Scarlett Moroccanoil and a golden makeup look by her regular go-to MUA, Patti Dubroff.
“Margot’s premiere look was inspired by the silhouette of her stunning dress. We wanted to balance the volume and flow of her dress to that of her soft and voluminous waves, while keeping it light and elegant,” said Scarlett, and it looked absolutely flawless.
It’s the perfect look for a party or just general, everyday fabulousness, and Scarlett shared the process using all Moroccanoil products:
1. On damp hair, use a two-dollar coin sized amount of Moroccanoil Treatment Light to provide the perfect foundation for styling.
2. Apply a generous amount of Moroccanoil Volumizing Mousse at the roots of the hair 
and then apply a two-dollar coin sized of the Moroccanoil Hydrating Styling Crème to the ends of the hair.
3. Next, blow the hair out smooth using a Moroccanoil Ceramic 45MM Round Brush and the Moroccanoil Professional Series Tourmaline Ceramic Hair Dryer.
4. Once the hair is fully blown out, set the hair in velcro rollers to help create bouncy, soft, voluminous waves. Then remove rollers one by one starting at the nape of the neck and tease each section at the root and spraying Moroccanoil Dry Texture Spray throughout each section. 
5. Pro tip* to create instantaneous volume, tease the hair with the Moroccanoil Boar Bristle Classic Brush at the crown and mid-lengths, spraying Moroccanoil Dry Texture Spray into the teased sections for grit and hold.  
6. Next, gather the top layer of the hair into a triangle shaped, off-centre part to create a flattering soft ‘70s inspired do, secure section with hair pins. 
7. Finish the look with Moroccanoil Luminous Hairspray Medium to provide a long lasting, weightless hold.

Photo Credit: Valerie Macon


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