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Love Kate Hudson’s hairdo at the Premiere of “NINE”? Talking Makeup has the scoop on how to get Kate’s look thanks to Celebrity Hairdresser David Babaii.
I prepared Kate’s wet hair by massaging a dime size amount of my David Babaii for WildAid Hair Polish into her hair. For greater control, I parted her hair into 4 sections (both sides and crown leaving the nape area free). This helps achieve the perfect blow dry.
I dried each section straight, giving the ends a soft rounded finish with my David Babaii for WildAid Blow Dryer. For added lift and volume, I sprayed some David Babaii for WildAid Volcanic Ash Root Amplifier.
To finish, I french braided her shorter layers to sweep hair back and away from her face. For hold, I used my Mise en Plis Light Styling Spray. It’s like oxygen for the hair! It doesn’t weigh your style down or make it feel tacky. At the end of the night, Kate’s look was completely fresh without any product build up
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I’m getting mixed comments on Scarlett Johansson’s hairdo At The Moet & Chandon Tribute To Cinema. Some, like myself love it, and some don’t. I thought to bring to you the scoop on how to get Scarlett’s hairdo, anyways, just in case you do want to try this look at home.
Celebrity hairdresser David Babaii traveled across the ocean to Tokyo, Japan to create this Red Carpet look for actress Scarlett Johannson at the Moet & Chandon “Tribute to Cinema” event on October 20, 2009.
The hair jewelry worn by Scarlett Johannson is DeBeers. Scarlett’s dress was Givenchy with Dior shoes.
To create this “power look” and accentuate her fire red dress, David Babaii took Scarlett Johansson’s long strawberry blonde hair and transformed her tresses into a dramatic side swept, short textured bob. After rough drying her locks with Hair Polish applied to damp hair, David loosely twirled large sections of hair and sprayed them with Bohemian Beach Spray, while finishing the drying process.
For her red carpet look during the August 10, 2009 premiere of “Inglourious Basterds“, celebrity hairdresser David Babaii created a naturally tousled look for Angelina Jolie’s long tresses.
Image via hollywoodtuna.com
First, David applied Hair Polish to her entire mane…
…followed by spraying Volcanic Ash Root Amplifier to the root area for lift and volume. Next, he parted hair into 3 sections (This is David’s “key” signature tip).