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Create the Celebrity Looks from the SAG Awards

by CurlStylist on Thursday, February 3, 2011

Is your client wanting to change up their texture or are they going for a celebrity-inspired hairstyle for their next event? Take a look at tips from celebrity stylists behind the scenes at the SAG awards.

Nicole Kidman

Nicole Kidman

For Nicole Kidman:

Starting with clean hair, David Babaii applied his new favorite must have product called Couture Colour Pequi Oil Treatment to her entire head. It is rich in moisture-restoring antioxidants, Vitamin A, E, proteins and lipids. The Pequi Oil Treatment instantly absorbs and won’t weigh hair down.

Next, he blow dried Nicole’s hair with the IT&Y HAIRFASHION Ionic Dryer that supplies super-fast drying power along with a large round brush to achieve a sleek straight finish. After the hair was dried, he gently back combed the top and sides for volume and then smoothed the surface.

To begin the up-do, he swept the hair gently over creating a faux side-part and brining the rest of the hair to the center back and securing with a band just at the top of the nape. David wrapped the hair into an un-structured Chignon and securing with bobby pins. The secret was not to over comb or smooth the hair but to allow the hair to create a soft natural look. To finish, he used additional Pequi Oil to her bang area to define strands. For added glamour, David added a subtle decorative clip to the side.

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