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Watch Marta’s video blog for today talking about her favorite products for this season and how to get the look.
Products mentioned in Marta’s video blog:
Hair: L’Oreal Ever Pure Sulfate Free Shampoo & Conditioner for Color Treated Hair is the best thing that happened to affordable haircare! Shampoo lathers very well yet gentle and never weights your hair down. Finish with matching L’Oreal Ever Pure conditioner. And did I mention it smells amazing!
Make sure to check out the entire L’Oreal Paris Ever Pure Sulfate Free Haircare line (see image below). I’ve recently purchased L’Oreal Paris Ever Pure Sulfate Free Smooth Deep Control Masque and it left my hair super smooth.
Philip B Drop Dead Straightening Baume. Use just a little bit of this super straightening serum. It’s light and it gives you sleek hair!
Oscar presenter Marion Cotillard once again proved to be one of the most striking and beautiful arrivals on the red carpet. Robert Vetica for Moroccanoil Styles Marion Cotillard’s Hairstlye for Oscars 2009. Robert Vetica is the author of the new book, “Good to Great Hair” (Fair Winds Publishing).
Top celebrity hair stylist Robert Vetica, who styled Marion Cotillard’s hair for her La Vie En Rose Best Actress Oscar win last year, created a flawless, dramatic look that worked to perfection with the elegant John Galliano for Christian Dior gown that she wore.
Vetica created a shimmering, ultra modern take on the French Twist, that was inspired by Cecil Beaton’s portraits of the great fashion and society icons of the 40’s and 50’s. Polished and styled close to the head, the French Twist was rolled large and emphasized volume for a contemporary edge.
To create the beautifully sculptured French Twist, Vetica first blow-dried Marion Cotillard’s hair with a round brush using Moroccanoil Hydrating Styling Cream (MSRP: $30.00 / 10.2 fl. oz.) to smooth, detangle strands and to prevent frizz, and created a low side part. He then teased the hair all over with added attention to the crown and the back of the head.
Kyra Sedgwick’s hairstyle at the 2009 Golden Globe Awards was created by hair stylist Robert Vetica using Moroccanoil products.
Robert Vetica also created the hairstyle for Salma Hayek at the 2009 Golden Globe Awards.
Kyra Sedgwick’s Golden Globes Look: Kyra Sedgwick’s look was reminiscent of Rita Hayworth, but more delicate and loosely curled. He then pulled it back to show off her face with cascading hair when she turned. He wanted the hair down but still elegant, Hollywood and fresh.Her Oscar de la Renta gown with a fitted bodice and deep neckline helped Vetica make the decision to sweep the hair back off the face. The result: a retro-style pin-up ‘do with a more soft and relaxed feel.
How to get Kyra Sedgwick’s hairstyle: Kyra’s hair was blow-dried to a smooth finish with a touch of Moroccanoil Treatment, directed away from the face using a strong spray gel to hold her hair up and away from her forehead.