Nicole’s dress has a very 90’s feel so stylist Andy LeCompte wanted to create a hair look that was reminiscent of the same decade. The look is very simple and elegant, but still a bit undone and loose. Step-By-Step Styling: Start with freshly washed and conditioned hair using Wella Professionals Brilliance Shampoo and Conditioner.
Actress Dianna Agron wore a bold, 1920s Parisian flapper-inspired hairstyle at last night's MET Gala in NYC. Hairstylist David Stanwell, who created the look, says "Dianna's dress inspired me to cut about four inches off of the hair into a graduated bob." The overall effect was a perfect blend of glamorous and fun.Get the Look:1. Beginning with wet hair, David prepared the hair by spraying Biosilk Silk Therapy and combing through from roots to ends.
At last night's MET Gala in NYC, comedian and actress Sarah Silverman wore a sleek, elegant bun that complemented her dramatic, burgundy gown. Hairstylist Brett Freedman of Celestine Agency used T3 tools to create the simple yet sophisticated look.Get the Look:1. Beginning with wet hair, Brett prepared the hair with Paul Mitchell mousse (from root to ends) to give hair texture/grip, and then used a touch of Sebastian Professional Cellophanes Clear on the ends to seal/add shine.
Hairstylist Rod Ortega created a stunning, modern day take on Joan Crawford Victory Rolls for actress Blake Lively at last night's MET Gala in New York City. The result was beautiful, face-framing waves that exuded timeless glamour.Get the Look:1. Beginning with wet hair, using the T3 Evolution LongLife Dryer and T3 Anti-Gravity 2.5-inch Barrel Brush, Rod dried the hair creating movement and texture while also giving the roots a lift.
English fashion model Georgia May Jagger wore a gorgeous, cascading hairstyle, created by stylist Peter Butler for Moroccanoil, at last night's MET Gala. Butler was inspired by the very glam, ultra-elegant haute couture gowns of Charles James, as well as 1940s American glamor and Veronica Lake. The result is a glamorous, wavy look with a touch of Old Hollywood.Get the Look:
L’Oréal Professionnel’s first-ever Ambassadress, Kirsten Dunst captivated the Met Gala red carpet with a 30’s inspired galactic ballerina bun created by Hairstylist, Cervando Maldonado for L’Oréal Professionnel. Capturing inspiration from Marlene Dietrich and Helmut Newton, with a nod to the elegance of Charles James: Beyond Fashion, Maldonado adorned the look with a diamond and ribbon headpiece by Van Cleef & Arpels. The ethereal style was paired with a ‘death star’ inspired gown by Rodarte.
Hairstylist Peter Butler for Moroccanoil created a soft, romantic up-do for actress Claire Danes at last night's MET Gala in New York City. Butler was inspired to complement Claire's elegant, strapless, Oscar de la Renta gown, as well as by designer Charles James' haute couture evening gowns and his way of elegantly dressing glamorous women.Get the Look:Prep: Apply Moroccanoil Volumizing Mousse to damp hair from root-to-tip to create volume at the crown and give strands extra body and bounce.
At last night's MET Gala in NYC, hairstylist Marissa Marino for Moroccanoil drew inspiration from this year's theme, "White Tie & Decorations," as well as from Charles James' structured approach to fashion to create a glamorous up-do for Selena Gomez who attended alongside Diane von Furstenberg. Inspired by the legendary designer’s glamorous approach to haute couture, Selena's style was truly "American glamor."Get the Look:
Ted Gibson styled Lupita Nyong’o’s hair for the 2014 Met Gala. Here’s how to get her look!
In a recent Twitter post, Maroon 5 frontman and coach on NBC's The Voice Adam Levine revealed a dramatic new blonde 'do. The new look is causing a stir amongst Levine's fans and critics, some who love the change, and other's not so much. Either way, Levine seems to be rocking the style, tweeting, "I hope people understand that when they say my hair looks creepy i [sic] take that as the highest compliment." Seems like blondes really do have more fun![Image: Twitter.com @adamlevine]