Best of the MET: Georgia May Jagger's Cascading Waves

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:
Prep: Apply Moroccanoil Volumizing Mousse to wet hair from root-to-tip to create volume at the crown and give strands extra body and bounce. Blow dry hair smooth using Moroccanoil Boar Bristle Brush 35mm.  

1.  Starting with the top section of the head (full crown), use 1.5-inch barrel iron to curl hair in a backwards direction. When strands are still hot, pin the curls and allow to cool.

2. Next, take the hair on the sides of the head divide into two sections. Using a 1.5-inch barrel iron, curl each section towards the back of the head.  When strands are still hot, pin curls and set to cool.

3. Divide rest of hair into 2-inch sections and use a barrel iron to create soft, full, voluminous waves. Then brush the hair using the Moroccanoil Boar Bristle Paddle Brush. This will soften the look into 40’s-style waves.

4. Remove pins from top sections of hair and lightly finger-brush through ends with Moroccanoil Treatment Light to control fly-aways and add extra shine. Spritz Moroccanoil Glimmer Shine for a red carpet-ready, ultra-shiny finish.

[Image: Rabbani and Solimene via Getty Images]

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