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Celebrity hairstylist Michael Silva and celebrity makeup artist Mario Dedivanovic worked with Kim Kardashian for the 57th Annual Grammy Awards on Sunday, February 8th in Los Angeles, CA.
How To Get Kim Kardashian’s Hair & Makeup
HAIRSTYLIST MICHAEL SILVA
BEAUTY INSPIRATION: “Our inspiration was a reference I pulled of an editorial image of the eternally cool Kate Moss.”
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The Oprah Winfrey Show: Music Superstar Pink and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson!
Oprah Winfrey. Photo via: oprah.com
On Friday, February 5, 2010, The Oprah Show is LIVE in Chicago. Everybody’s talking about the jaw-dropper at the Grammy Awards! Music superstar Pink is there with another show-stopping performance! Then, actor Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson makes his Oprah Show debut. Plus, one of Oprah’s favorite cooks, Cristina Ferrare, reveals her best game day recipes for Sunday. Check local listing for the time the episode air.
GET THE LOOK: Jennifer Lopez dazzled at the 52nd Annual Grammy Awards, wearing a dramatic silver Versace gown, and 70’s-inspired hair designed by stylist Robert Vetica. Volume and texture were the hallmarks of the all-one-length, below the shoulder look.
Vetica started by applying Moroccanoil Treatment on wet hair and blow-dried it smooth, creating a middle part using a large round brush for volume. He then used a 1″ curling iron, curling each section, and dragging the curled spirals down. He started in the back, working towards the front of the head and lifting her hair away from the face.
GET THE LOOK: How did Katy Perry get her flawless complexion at the 52nd Annual Grammy Awards? Make up artist Jake Bailey used MAKE UP FOR EVER HD Invisible Cover Foundation as the first step to create her gorgeous Indian princess meets Bettie Page inspired look.
To perfect Perry’s skin for on-camera close ups, MAKE UP FOR EVER HD Invisible Cover Foundation helps counter unflattering magnifying and unforgiving technology that can make fine lines and wrinkles, skin imperfections, shine, make up mistakes and incorrectly matched foundation look painfully obvious under a high definition lens.