Get The Look: Emily Blunt At The 2013 Golden Globes

70th Annual Golden Globe Awards - ArrivalsGolden Globe nominee for Best Actress, Emily Blunt, looked spectacular on the red carpet last night in a golden Michael Kors gown and a shimmering modern hair look by Laini Reeves for Moroccanoil.

The sophisticated style emphasised loose-textured hair gathered into a beautiful high-placed bun that was inspired by Audrey Hepburn’s elegant look in “Breakfast at Tiffany’s”.

“Emily’s dress was so amazing and sexy that I wanted to create a minimal look that showed off her beautiful features, with simple lines and an unstructured texture with lots of shine,” stated Reeves.

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“I started by shampooing the hair with Moroccanoil Extra Volume Shampoo and Moroccanoil Extra Volume Conditioner.”

“I applied new Moroccanoil Volumising Mousse to give light volume and shine, and


for a flexible, natural-looking hold.”

“Next, I added a small amount of Moroccanoil Hydrating Styling Cream from roots to ends, then flipped her hair over and dried it upside down. I used my fingers to separate and define strands for texture as they dried.”

“I brought Emily’s hair into a high ponytail, still using my fingers to keep the texture messy, and secured it on the crown with a hair band.”

“I held the ponytail out and sprayed it from base to ends with Moroccanoil Luminous Hairspray Medium.”

“Twisting the hair around my fingers, I made a loose bun held around the base with bobby pins. It was important not to make it too large or too tiny, but the right size to suit Emily’s bone structure and profile. Once it was in place, I tweaked and pulled at the bun to create the right texture.”

“To finish, I sprayed my comb with Moroccanoil Luminous Hairspray Medium and used it to smooth the hairline.”

Image care of Jason Merritt @ Getty Images


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