How To Get Rachel Ray’s Hairstyle At The Daytime Emmy Awards

Rachael Ray came out big last night, winning the Daytime Emmy Awards 2009 for Outstanding Talk Show and accepting her win in a wearing a royal purple knee-length, form fitting halter dress complemented with full, luxurious wavy locks.

Carrie Fernow, Redken/Cutler session stylist created Rachel Ray’s effortless waves that held up all night long in the 98 degree Los Angeles heat!

Secret: I’m a Rachel Ray fan. You didn’t know this about me right? Her success story is very inspiring. Rachel is a great example of someones who simply followed their heart, did what they were truly passionate about, and rest just followed. And, she made it all seem so effortless.

Here, she shares his simple steps on how she achieved Rachael’s ‘do:

First a few pieces of extensions were added for extra length and fullness. Then Fernow applied Redken outshine 01 anti-frizz polishing milk (SRP $16) to Ray’s wet hair, which helped her strands fight the frizz in last night’s extreme LA heat! Next, the wet hair was sectioned and blow dried straight.

Once almost completely dry, Fernow sectioned the hair and sprayed Redken fabricate 03 heat-active texturizer (SRP $13) from mid-shaft to ends and Redken spray starch 15 versatile ironing spray (SRP $13) to her roots for extra heat protection.

Then each section was wrapped around a 1 ¼ inch curling iron to set a natural looking, understated wave. The look was finished with Redken quick dry 18 instant finishing spray (SRP $13) to keep the look lasting all night long!

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  1. I dunno what is so great about her hair. Maybe some girls like it but it’s just not my style.

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