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Frederic Fekkai Celebrity Stylist Adir Abergel created the look for Kate Beckinsale at the 30th Anniversary of MOCA.
The Look: an edgy take to the timeless up-do.
Abergel started by blow drying the hair with a FEKKAI LARGE ROUND BRUSH applying FEKKAI FULL BLOWN VOLUME LIFTING HAIRSPRAY at the roots to create some height for the updo. After blow drying, he let the hair cool around rollers in order to maximize volume. He then combed the top of the hair with a fine tooth comb to add height. After that, he polished the sides of the hair using FEKKAI COIFF NONCHALANT PIECING & FORMING WAX, pulling the hair into a tight ponytail just above the ear line. Finally, he twisted the ponytail and wrapped it around an elastic band forming a doughnut shape and pinned the pony into place. To secure the look, Abergel sprayed the hair with FEMME FEKKAI SENSUELLE HAIR SPRAY.
Frederic Fekkai SoHo’s Andre Rodman transformed the tresses of Sharon Stone, taking her from day to night . David Letterman to the Elton John AIDS Foundation’s “An Enduring Vision”
Sharon Stone at the Late Show with David Letterman. Inspiration: Sixties chic to match her vintage inspired Dior Dress.
How to Get the Look: For David Letterman, Andre Rodman for Frederic Fekkai did a simple blowout using the Fekkai Extra Large Round Brush to get a stick straight bob. He parted the hair in the middle to frame her face, with a few wispy bangs falling to the front of her face. He created body and fullness at the crown using the Fekkai Full Blown Volume Spray. Finally, he finished the blow dry using Fekkai Top Coat Serum to finish the look.
Stand out this season with perfect holiday hair!
This is the time of year for celebration, and you want to make sure you look as great as you feel. These tips and products from celebrity hair stylist Ken Paves, whose clients include Jessica Simpson, Jennifer Lopez and Eva Longoria Parker – are all you need to get party-worthy hair in a snap.
For a fun alternative to your everyday hair style, clip in hairdo’s Wrap-Around Pony ($49: QVC.com). This easy-to-do style looks chic and effortless, and it only takes minutes to do! The Wrap-Around Pony instantly adds length and volume to your hair, and can be heat styled to achieve any desired texture. Stars like Blake Lively have wowed on the red carpet by sporting this fun, flirty look.
Talking Makeup is excited to share with you Frederic Fekkai’s latest partnership with the Art of Elysium (theartofelysium.org).
As a special one-time philanthropic event, Frederic Fekkai himself the man behind the iconic namesake brand in conjunction with the Art of Elysium will provide his signature haircuts (valued at $1000) for an introductory price of $200 in an effort to make this possible for many. Frederic will donate 100 percent of the proceeds from the haircuts to the Art of Elysium.
You can book an appointment at the Frederic Fekkai Melrose Place Salon from Oct 25th – Nov. 5th and are first time patrons will have the opportunity to meet Frederic and experience firsthand his world-renowned expertise, a truly once in a lifetime opportunity while supporting the Art of Elysium.
Where: The New Fekkai Melrose Place Flagship Salon, 8457 Melrose Place, West Hollywood
Dates: Oct 19th & 20th, and Oct. 25th – Nov. 5th
Time: Select days and time slots
To Book: Call the Melrose Place Salon number 323-655-7800 and mention Elysium
Frederic Fekkai Celebrity Stylist, Adir Abergel styled Twilight star, Kristen Stewart, for the Teen Choice Awards 2009. Adir was inspired by 60’s Rock and Roll pompadour with a spiky ponytail.
Inspiration: 60’s Rock and Roll pompadour with a spiky ponytail.
Getty Images via: becomegorgeous.com
How To Get Kristen Stewart’s Hairstyle: Adir first started out by applying the FEKKAI COIFF™ NONCHALANT PIECING & FORMING WAX to the palm his hands and then added the FEKKAI COIFF™ EXTRA CONTROL STYLING GEL for extra texture and shine lastly, he then mixed in a quarter size of the FEKKAI STYLING GEL. He applied this triple threat styling cocktail to her damp hair until it was full saturated.
Want to get the most out of your professional primping during these economic times? Well, stretch your dollars by stretching the weeks between your salon visits. Renowned Italian hairstylist, Riccardo Maggiore of Riccardo Maggiore Salon in New York City, suggests trying these at-home maintenance tricks.
Haircut: Visit an experienced stylist and get a precise cut. If you have short hair, which often requires monthly appointments, go with a style that grows out well. After a haircut, keep your ends hydrated by using a daily leave-in conditioner. If ends look frizzy some days, work in a small amount of shine-enhancing oil to smooth them.