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Steal the Look: Margot Robbie at the Academy Awards

Steal the Look: Margot Robbie at the Academy Awards

Blondes continue to just have more fun, and Margot Robbie looked hotter than ever on the  red carpet at last night’s Academy Awards. The Australian actress, a presenter last night, was gorgeous in a black Saint Laurent dress, a vintage Van Cleef & Arpels necklace and fiery orange-red lips. “We were inspired by old Hollywood glamour and wanted to make a statement,” says makeup artist Tyron Macchausen. “It’s the Oscars after all.” Tyron began by prepping the skin with Hourglass Veil Mineral Primer to ensure a flawless makeup application. He then used Hourglass Veil Fluid Makeup in Honey & Beige on her skin and Hourglass Hidden Corrective Concealer in Sand under the eyes. He then lightly contoured with Hourglass Ambient...

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Steal the Look: Gina Rodriguez at the Academy Awards

Steal the Look: Gina Rodriguez at the Academy Awards

The stars were out full force last night for the Academy Awards, the biggest red carpet of the award season. Celebrity hairstylist Paul Norton gave Gina Rodriguez a sophisticated and timeless up do for the 2015 Academy Awards. “Gina’s hair is versatile, she can look great with any hairstyle but today we wanted to give her a glamorous look for the Oscars,” said Norton. Here’s how to steal the look: First, Norton prepped damp hair with John Frieda Frizz Ease Beyond Smooth Frizz-Immunity Primer to create a foundation for a frizz-free hairstyle in the not-frizz-friendly LA weather.  After blowing out her hair with a round brush, Norton divided her hair into two sections, from ear to ear, clipping the back part out of the way and set hot rollers to the...

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Steal the Look: Beyonce at the Grammy Awards

Steal the Look: Beyonce at the Grammy Awards

The Grammy Awards have always been my favorite of all the award show red carpets — the stars take more risks, show up a bit edgier, and crazy things are sure to happen as the night goes on. Last night’s festivities did not support, and one of the most gorgeous looks of the night was, not surprisingly, Queen Bey herself. Pantene Celebrity Stylist Kim Kimble shares how to re-create Beyonce’s loose, edgy waves. 1. To achieve  Beyonce’s soft waves, start with clean hair using a lightweight regimen that won’t weigh hair down, will add volume and prevent frizz, says Kimble. 2. “Use a volumizing product all over hair, like the Pantene Pro-V Full & Strong PowerFULL Body Booster Spray—it adds fullness and shine from root to tip, and is...

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Steal the Look: Julie Bowen at the SAG Awards

Steal the Look: Julie Bowen at the SAG Awards

Award season continues, and last night, the stars came out for the SAG Awards (good thing it wasn’t in snowy New York!). Makeup artist Heather Currie created the look for Neutrogena brand ambassador (and star of Modern Family!), Julie Bowen. “My makeup inspiration came from Julie Bowen’s gorgeous couture dress. I knew the palette was a soft beige and pink combination so I wanted Julie’s cheeks and lips to have a similar light hue,” says Currie. Currie started by applying Neutrogena Hydro Boost Water Gel, and then Neutrogena Healthy Skin Liquid Makeup to Julie’s skin with a wet sponge. “I like to apply the foundation this way because it keeps the skin looking natural yet flawless,” says Currie. “For her eyes, I...

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Steal the Look: Gwyneth Paltrow at Los Angeles premiere of Mortdecai

Steal the Look: Gwyneth Paltrow at Los Angeles premiere of Mortdecai

The ageless Gwyneth Paltrow was styled by celebrity stylist David Babaii for the Los Angeles premiere of Mortdecai. The weather was uncharacteristically cold but humid for a winter LA night, so David used John Frieda Frizz Ease KeraFLEX Flexible Hold Hairspray to keep Gwyneth’s hair looking smooth and flawless all night. “It’s a dry spray—not wet or crunchy—so it maintained her style but always appeared effortless,” he explained. The look was clean and California – pretty classic for  Gwyneth. First, Babaii sectioned hair into pieces and parted hair in the center. Next, he blowdried hair bone straight with a round brush for a smooth, sleek finish.   He finished by spritzing new John Frieda Frizz Ease KeraFLEX Flexible Hold Hairspray and...

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Steal the Look: Katy Perry at the VMAs

Steal the Look: Katy Perry at the VMAs

 Katy Perry has been my chief girl crush for years, so it’s not a surprise that her look at the MTV Video Music Awards last night were among my favorites. She usually is! Her hair stylist, Clyde Haygood, created a glamorous yet, classic Katy style for the VMA winner. Here’s how to steal the look: To start, Clyde sprayed Katy’s hair with Paul Mitchell Awapuhi Wild Ginger HydroMist Blow-Out Spray before blow drying to give hair volume and some support. · He then worked with 2” sections and sprayed Paul Mitchell Hot Off The Press thermal protectant spray to help protect hair from heat styling as well as continue to build the support system for the style to help the waves last through the night, before curling each section. · To work with...

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Steal the Look: Ashley Greene at the iHeartRadio Music Awards

Steal the Look: Ashley Greene at the iHeartRadio Music Awards

Rock red carpets are always among the most fun — with the most daring looks — and Ashley Greene looked hot at the  first-ever iHeartRadio Music Awards. Celebrity stylist Richard Collins created Ashley’s tousled waves. “The look I create is always inspired by the dress,” said Collins. “With Ashley’s chic, geometric white dress, I wanted her hair to be a bit edgier with lots of movement and texture, while also playing off of the fun atmosphere of the music awards.” Here’s Richard’s tips to achieving this effortlessly chic look at home: 1.       Mist dry hair with Herbal Essences Set Me Up Heat Protection Spray to protect hair from heat styling but also keep it soft and shiny 2.       Then, take a two inch section of hair...

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Steal the Look: Kate Upton at the MTV Movie Awards

Steal the Look: Kate Upton at the MTV Movie Awards

Always a bombshell (couldn’t resist!), Kate Upton looked hot last night at the MTV Movie Awards, in a style created by Peter Butler for Moroccanoil. “When envisioning the hair look that I wanted to create to compliment Kate’s Versace mini-dress, I was inspired by the works of Helmut Newton and Guy Bourdin as well as the strong and powerful 80’s woman a la Cindy Crawford and Jerry Hall— I wanted big, polished hair,” Butler says.  “To create lots of volume, hold and lift, I began by applying Moroccanoil Root Boost to the roots of Kate’s damp hair and then blanketed her locks with Moroccanoil Volumizing Mousse. Using the Moroccanoil Paddle Brush, I blow dried the hair in large sections,” says Butler, who then divided the hair...

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Steal the Look: Amy Adams at the Academy Awards

Steal the Look: Amy Adams at the Academy Awards

Last night while watching the red carpet of the Academy Awards, I was instantly in love with Amy Adams’ look. A conversation began — when we’re up for the big awards of the evening — such as Amy for best actress in a leading role — does it demand a distinct type of look? Should that actress win, her moment of acceptance will be looked back upon for decades. She needs to be classic, elegant, timelessly beautiful. Amy Adams achieved that last night, celebrity makeup artist Stephen Sollitto created a simple, sophisticated look. “She wore a stunning sapphire blue Gucci gown, modern and clean. Obviously, I am inspired by this color and simply wanted the makeup to be just as sophisticated.” Below, he breaks down the steps he took, and...

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Get the look: Colbie Caillat’s top knot at the Grammy Awards

Get the look: Colbie Caillat’s top knot at the Grammy Awards

The Grammy Awards have always been one of my favorite nights of awards season! One fun look that stood out on the red carpet this evening was Colbie Caillat’s messy, reverse-braided topknot by : Torsten Witte for T3 Hair. “The topknot is one of my all-time favorites, so flattering to the face,” says Witte, who began with damp hair, then blow drying the hair with the T3 Featherweight Luxe 2i Dryer then straightened it with the SinglePass Flat Iron. Next, he created a diagonal reverse-braid beginning at the nape of the neck, under the right ear, and continued to the top of the head where he then tied it off with a CyndiBands elastic hair tie. Once the reverse-braid is tied, Torsten then gathered the remaining loose hair and the braid together at the...

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