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How To: Emily Blunt & Leona Lewis Globes Hair

Rain was a major issues on the red carpet at the 2010 Golden Globes Awards. But Leona Lewis and Emily Blunt didn’t let the bad weather spoil their perfectly tamed tresses, thanks to Laini Reeves and her secret weapon, Living Proof No Frizz.

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For best actress nominee, Emily Blunt, Laini Reeves cut her hair to shoulder length just for the Golden Globes and then created a slightly messy wave that chic and casual, but still red carpet ready. I saw some of the later pics of Emily’s hair and I think it had fallen a bit, but I love her hair in this pic! Looks very cool. Here is how to recreate the style!

HOW TO:

  • First, Laini applied the No Frizz Wave Shaping Cream for Medium to Thick Hair to Emily’s wet hair to prevent it from frizzing.
  • Then she added a bit of the new Living Proof Full (which I will be reviewing soon!) to add a bit of body to the wave.
  • Laini created pin curls by taking half inch pieces of hair and wrapping each piece around her finger and then pinning them to the top of Emily’s head. Laini recommends alternating the twisting monition both clockwise and counter clockwise to add dimension.
  • She let Emily’s hair dry naturally.
  • After the hair was completely dry, she used both a medium curling iron and small barrel curling iron to accentuate the curl.
  • To add a bit of sophistication to the look, she used a flat iron on each curl, straightening the bottom inch of the hair.

How to recreate Leona Lewis’ Golden Globes hair, after the break.

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For Leona Lewis, Laini Reeves created a soft romantic down-do inspired by her glamorous purple dress.

HOW TO: Leona has very thick hair, so it actually performs better if it is not freshly washed, Laini says. She used the No Frizz Straight Making Spray on Leona’s dry hair, to prevent fly aways and keep it from frizzing in the rain. She then parted the hair in the middle and used a flat-iron to straighten the hair. To create an asymmetrical look, she pulled the hair to one side and then used a 3-inch curling iron to add a bit of bounce to the ends.


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