Who said you had to be very rich or very famous to have perfect hair? Hairstylists used these very affordable hair products to create these celebs’ red carpet looks. Now these are ‘dos that anyone can do.
Tresemmé global stylist Justine Marjan gave Kristin Cavallari beachy waves. After curling, he swept her hair to one side with sparkly pins. Then, he used the brand’s Expert Selection Keratin Smooth Shine serum to fight frizz, keep it sleek, and add shine.
May celebs sported high and slick ponytails at the 2019 Oscars. How do you get that look? Celebrity stylist Nai’vasha Johnson, who did the hair of Serena Williams, applied Dove’s Re-Styling Milk on the tennis star’s wet hair before blowdrying it. “I like using it on both dry and wet hair, to redefine the natural texture.”
Celebrity stylist Jenny Cho wanted Amanda Seyfried to wear a fun hairstyle to Vanity Fair’s after-Oscar’s party. To add lots of volume and texture that would last through the night, she used Suave Captivating Curl Mousse then swept it into a ponytail.
All the products that celebrity hairstylist used to create Lucy Boynton’s hair cost less than US$8. She washed the hair with Suave Professionals Coconut and Vanilla Repairing Shampoo and Conditioner, then applied Suave Professionals Sleek Anti-Frizz Smooth and Shine Cream. After styling it, she set it with Suave Professionals Firm Control Finishing Hairspray.
Love Amy Adam’s pretty waves? Her hairstylist John D just combed Tresemme Tres Two Extra Hold MOusse into her hair (putting most of it from the root to mid-length) then blowdried. He then curled her hair with large barrel curling irons and set it with Tresemme Tres Two Unscented Extra Hold Hair Spray.
Justine Marjan applied Tresemme Blow Dry Balm on Ashley Graham’s damp hair before blowdrying it. This helped keep her hairbun sleek and smooth throughout the night.