As glamorous gowns took over the red carpet Sunday night, so did stunning hairstyles to match. Pureology PureArtist Sandra Joseph gives her top two hair trends of the Golden Globes and includes how to achieve these looks with Pureology ColourStylist products:
• Bombshell waves as seen on Jennifer Lopez
• Curly, Braided Updo as seen on Jennifer Lawrence
Step 1. On damp hair layer a dime size Colour Stylist Control Twist high hold liquid wax and a quarter size amount of Colour Stylist Lustrous Volumizer bodifying glaze for texture and volume.
Step 2. Blow-dry roots to midshaft with hair brush for volume and smoothness. Blow-dry remainder of hair with a round brush.
Step 3. Create a left side part. Apply a small amount of Colour Stylist Control Twist to left side, smooth hair to the nape area and secure with pins.
Step 4. Emulsify a small amount of Colour Stylist Control Twist to remaining hair for shine and hold. Wrap hair around a 1 inch curling iron towards the face. Pin curls and allow to cool.
Step 5. Remove pins and brush hair. Finish with a mist Colour Stylist Supreme Control zero dulling hairspray for long lasting hold.
Curly, Braided Updo:
Step 1. On Damp hair apply a quarter size of Colour Stylist Illuminating Curl 24 Hour Shaping Lotion. Begin by drying hair with a diffuser to enhance natural wave.
Step 2. When hair is about 80% dry, apply a small amount of Colour Stylist Antibreakage Twist shine texturizer to accent color and define waves.
Step 3. Braid random sections of hair along the hairline loosely.
Step 4.Gather all of the hair loosely, twist into a low bun and secure with pins.
Step 5. Finish with Colour Stylist Supreme Control zero dulling hairspray for lasting hold.
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