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Fine Hair Solutions: No doubt Cameron Diaz was one of my favorite beauties on the red carpet at Oscars 2010. I also loved Cameron’s voluminous hair, Rita Hayworth Hollywood waves style, which went really well with her Oscar de la Renta dress. If you wonder how to get Cameron Diaz’ full of volume hair here’s the secret. This is according to hairdresser Lona Vigi who created Miss Diaz’ hairstyle: “I also used (in addition to blow drying her hair using Velecta Paramount Paris TGR 4000 blow dryer) the Volumizing Catalyst from LiQWD ($28), which is the greatest product for fine hair.”
Jennifer Lopez aka JLO is officially my style icon. I love every one of Jennifer’s red carpet looks. Her Armani Prive gown for Oscars 2010 made her simply the best dressed in Hollywood. But did you know that Jennifer changed her gown for the Vanity Fair Oscar Party to this super glamorous black Gucci gown? Jennifer stole the show and I want her dress!
Oscars 2010: From glowing skin to smoky eyes and perfect pouts, stunning stars turned heads on March 7th at the 82nd Annual Academy Awards in Hollywood. Helping perfect those looks was Bruce Grayson, makeup department head for the Academy Awards. As the lead artist for the Academy Awards, Grayson works with Hollywood’s top talents and is an expert at creating an award-winning look – and now he’s sharing his star-worthy tips for getting celebrity gorgeous at home!
Tip #1: Prep Your Skin
It’s important to prep your skin a few days before a big event. In addition to drinking lots of water and eating a healthy diet, the key to glowing skin is following a strict skincare regimen. For pre-event prep, try the Olay Professional Pro-X Intensive Firming Treatment ($62) – this two step kit combines a hydrating mask and tightening serum. Packed with an effective blend of anti-aging ingredients, it works to firm skin by helping restore its natural fullness, elasticity and tension. In just five days skin looks significantly younger and firmer!
Oscars 2010 Jewelry: I absolutely loved Tina Fey’s red carpet look at the Oscars. Surely best dressed. Hairstyle: gorgeous. Dress by Michael Kors, impeccable. And her Lust ring by Chrissy L ($115), exquisite. Tina is looking more beautiful each time she steps on the red carpet.
Visit www.chrissyl.com to learn more about Chrissy Leighton’s jewelry collection.
I loved Nicole Richie’s look at Oscars 2010: the Reem Acra gown and the hairdo.
Hair Tutorial: Here’s how to get Nicole Richie’s Oscars 2010 Classic Bun with Pureology hair care products
1. Blow hair dry with Pureology SuperSmooth RelaxingSerum (also Marta’s ultimate favorite) from hairline towards the back of the head.
TEMPTU made its way on to the red carpet at Oscars 2010 ceremony. Celebrity makeup artist Sara Glick, used TEMPTU RETOUCH in Champagne ($40) on “Up in the Air” Oscar nominated actress Anna Kendrick.
“Anna has amazing youthful, flawless skin, so it is all about revealing her natural beauty. I used TEMPTU RETOUCH highlighter in Champagne to eyelids, cheeks, nose and any other planes that pick up light to highlight, ” says Glick.
TEMPTU RETOUCH is a complimentary product to the TEMPTU AIRbrush Makeup System and AIR pod collection that includes an all-in-one on-the-go conventional brush with makeup – in foundation, blush, and highlighter categories.
Amanda Seyfried Oscars 2010 Hair Tutorial by Celebrity Hairstylist Sally Hershberger.
“I thought Amanda Seyfried looked amazing, so youthful and modern. There were a lot of up-dos out there that left me totally underwhelmed but Amanda was perfection!” – Sally Hershberger
How to get Amanda Seyfried’s Oscars 2010 up-do by Sally Hershberger:
1. To start, shampoo hair with Sally Hershberger’s Normal to Thin Shampoo and avoid using conditioner so you can create a texture that will hold throughout the night.
Oscars 2010 Hair Trends: Big Hair like Cameron Diaz. Get the look with full thickening cream by Living Proof.
The star turnout on the red carpet was big, and the hair was even bigger at the 82nd Annual Academy Awards show Sunday night. Romantic, natural tresses with lots texture and movement are speaking volumes this awards season. Living Proof celebrity stylist, Ward Stegerhoek, gives tips on how to use full thickening cream, and get the look at home. Full, the new breakthrough technology product that gives body and movement helps to create large, loose waves that will enhance any modern-chic style with a sexy, carefree, look.
Hairstyle Tips: How to get the big hair look
Step 1: When using full thickening cream, start with clean, damp hair. Squeeze a nickel-sized amount of full onto your fingertip. Once you dispense the correct amount, rub full between your hands. Ward Stegerhoek reminds us that full is designed to provide thickness, not lift. So if you want to use a root lifter, apply that first.
The messy up do was a trend on the Academy Awards 2010 red carpet. Celebs including Faith Hill, Jennifer Lopez, Sarah Jessica Parker, Rachel McAdams, Miley Cyrus, Penelope Cruz, Zoe Saldana and Kristen Stewart all embraced this look.
To get the look at home, celebrity stylist Oscar Blandi (who created Faith Hill’s Oscars 2010 hairstyle and has worked with Penelope Cruz and Jennifer Lopez) suggests following these steps:
Step 1: To create this look, the base is critical. Let 70% of the hair air dry and apply Oscar Blandi Volumizing Spray ($18, available at Sephora.com) from roots to end. Flip the hair upside-down and blow-dry on low mild heat.
Rachel McAdams Oscars 2010: The Hairstyle
For Hollywood’s biggest night of the year, Sebastian Stylist Design Team Member Thomas Dunkin styled actress Rachel McAdams’ tresses to complement her pastel watercolor-print strapless couture gown. The voluminous texture of Rachel’s bun evoked a spring-time look that is effortlessly chic and breathtakingly beautiful.
Hair Tutorial: Thomas shares styling tips for recreating Rachel’s red carpet look at home
1) Start by applying Sebastian Professional Liquid Gloss to slightly damp hair.
2) Blow dry hair straight with a large round bristle brush to give hair a smooth, polished base and voluminous texture from which to start styling.
3) Brush hair back and put in a ponytail just above the occipital bone. Secure with bobby pins.