We can always rely on celebrities to go all-out on their red carpet looks. That's why we love awards season—beauty inspiration abounds! During the recent 2017 Emmy Awards, some really awesome—and easy to copy—hair looks caught our eye. We round them up for you and give you tips on how you can do it yourself!
Shailene looked effortlessly chic on the red carpet with her low ponytail and some strategically loose strands. To copy this look, we recommend using a large-sized curling iron to create voluminous waves. Finger-comb your hair to get that sexy, undone look. At the same time, work some leave on conditioner like the Pantene Pro-V Total Damage Care 10 BB Crème For Hair Leave On Treatmenton your tresses to give it a glossy finish. Don't use more than a dime-size dollop so your hair doesn't get weighed down. Gather your hair in a low ponytail and secure with an elastic. Take a piece of hair from the bottom part to wrap around the elastic and secure with a bobby pin. Gently loosen parts of your ponytail using the end of a rat-tail comb to give the top part height and texture. Shorter layers should naturally come loose or you can gently pull out loose strands to frame your face.
Jessica Biel’s voluminous hairstyle at the Emmys is giving us some serious old Hollywood glam vibes. Begin by treating your hair with a repair mask like iCure’s Argan Elixir Hair Masque Jar. Hairstylist Adir Abergel used the top-of-the-line Dyson Supersonic Hair Dryer on Jessica to give her fine hair a lush body. Use a large-barreled curling iron to create retro waves. Finger-comb your hair once cool and back-combed the crown to create volume. Gather the hair in a half-up ‘do before finally spritzing on some hairspray to set it.
Julianne Hough seems partial to this super feminine black silk ribbon hair accessory as of late, she even wore it to the Emmys. We love how easy it is to recreate! Make sure to use a hydrating shampoo like the Palmolive Naturals Intensive Moisture Shampoo before anything else. Wrap your hair around a medium sized curling iron, one-inch sections at a time to create beach-y waves. Make a deep side part and gather in a loose ponytail. Finish it off with an extra long black ribbon
Actress Vanessa Kirby sported glossy swept back waves that flattered her strapless gown. To get the same textured waves, begin by using a large round brush and blow dry your hair away from your face. We love the lightweight Dyson Supersonic Hair Dryer for this. Use a curling iron with a quarter-inch barrel to create the waves in alternating directions. Apply a hair oil like iCure’s Argan Essential Hair Oil to achieve that glossy effect.
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