Oribe Hair Care at the Screen Actors Guild Awards

Oribe Hair Care products helped several stars shine their brightest on the red carpet at the 2012 Screen Actors Guild Awards.

to create a simple and elegant ponytail for The Artist star and SAG nominee Berenice Bejo. "We've been trying to do something different for each awards show," Cornell said. "This look showed off her newly dyed red hair (it's for a role) and went perfectly with her gorgeous gown."

Lightly blow-dry hair. Apply Oribe Gel Serum to the bangs ("I love the shine this provides!"), blow-dry, then wrap around a huge roller. Let set. Place steam rollers throughout the rest of the hair to add curls and body. "I use steam rollers because they are more gentle on her fine, colored hair."

Once the steam rollers have been removed, rake Oribe Crème for Style throughout the hair. This helps set the curls in place. Tease the crown and spray with Dry for added lift and texture. Comb the top into the desired shape.

Apply more Oribe Crème for Style to your hands and gently pull the hair into a ponytail. Wrap a piece of hair around the base of the ponytail to cover the elastic.

Use Oribe Supershine Moisturizing Cream to smooth the sides and add a touch of shimmer. "This is the perfect product for livening up colored hair."

Finish with a misting of Oribe Superfine Hair Spray.

updo for the 2012 SAG Awards. “To complement her vintage Gianni Versace dress, I went with simple hair: pulled back off the face, a center part and a chignon bun at the back of the head,” Marin said.

Prep hair with Oribe Royal Blowout Heat Styling Spray and blow dry hair to achieve ultimate shine. Brush hair into a high ponytail and secure it with a snagless hair band.

To get the perfect bun, spray your ponytail with Oribe Superfine Hair Spray to lock in hold. Twist the ponytail until it starts to coil and pin the bun into place.

Pull bangs or strands around the face to soften the look and personalize it to suit your face shape.

Apply a final mist of Oribe Superfine Hair Spray to seal in flyaways.

Also Seen On:

Ashlee Simpson — Hairstylist Scotty Cunha blew out and set her hair with Oribe Rock Hard Gel.
Penelope Ann Miller —Hairstylist Frank Galasso used Oribe Gold Pomade to add
shimmer and hold to her blonde locks.
Lea Michele — Hairstylist Mark Townsend used Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray to finish Lea Michele’s hair and give her a bit of a “next day look.”


[Images: Berenice Bejo by Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images Entertainment; Tina Fey by Steve Granitz/WireImage/Getty Images]

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