Celebrity hairstylist Danilo created Gwen Stefani‘s fabulous hairstyle using Pantene products for The MET Costume Institute Gala 2010 last night. Here are the deets on how to recreate it at home.
The inspiration: “Gwen’s dress was made from a gold, vintage thread fabric from the 30’s, and we wanted to honor the ethereal flow by creating a chic silhouette from head to toe. I created a dramatic, contemporary twist inspired by Grace Kelly and the Hitchcock film goddesses.”
How to get the look:
“After washing her hair for a clean base, I applied the new Pantene Pro-V Color Nourishing Treatment, left it in for 5 minutes, and rinsed. I always opt to treat hair before a night of styling, especially on color-treated hair, so it is soft and appears in its healthiest form for the lights and cameras. On her wet hair, I evenly spritzed the new Pantene Pro-V Medium-Thick Heat Protection & Shine Spray to prep for the blow dry. Midway through, I focused on her roots by spraying them with the Pantene Pro-V Root Lifter Spray Gel to help thicken her roots to support the grand bouffant. After blow drying, I pulled all of her hair back, pinning hair in place to create the lift, and used my fingers to form piecey rows on the top of her hair so it wasn’t perfectly smooth. To finish the look, I used the new Pantene Pro-V Medium-Thick Anti-Humidity Hairspray to keep her hair frizz-free in the horrible NYC humidity.”
What do you think of Gwen Stefani’s Hitchcock Heroine 2.0 look?
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