Red-Carpet Glam: Elegant Emmy Looks

As Audrey Hepburn once said, “Elegance is the only beauty that never fades.” Elegant, glamorous and effortless describe the stand-out styles at the 67th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards. The stylists who created these classic looks, with a modern twist, share their techniques.


 

GettyImages-489454156LADY GAGA’S ELEGANT BOB:

Using Matrix Style Link products, Frederic Aspiras applied Volume Builder to towel-dried hair from roots to ends. Then, a small amount of Smooth Setter with a pump of Gloss Booster was applied from midlengths to ends, and an even spray of Turbo Dryer to speed the drying time and tame frizz. After blowdrying, Shape Switcher molded hair in place while waves and shapes were created. Texture Builder finished the look with hold and volume.

 

 


la-ar-how-to-get-emma-roberts-emmys-hair-20150921EMMA ROBERTS’S VOLUMINOUS WAVES:

Nikki Lee of Nine Zero One for Unite began by prepping hair with 7Seconds Leave In Detangler then sprayed Boosta Spray for volume. She used Blow and Set Lotion for the ends and round brushed to add bounce. Hair was set with Glossing Dry Thermal Shine to protect from the heat of the 1½-inch curling iron used. After 15 minutes it was brushed out and locked in place with Session Max Hairspray.

 

 


Uzo AdubaUZO ADUBA’S GLAMOROUS UPDO:

 

Vanessa Heshima used the T3 Anti-Gravity 2-inch Barrel Brush and T3 PROi dryer then used the 1-inch clip barrel from T3’s Convertible Collection to curl pieces around the face, alternating the direction of each curl, and pinned to hold. She moved to the back, alternating between the 1-inch clip barrel and the 1.25-inch Twirl 360 Curling Iron. When curls cooled, hair was combed with a wide-tooth comb and secured with a Bungee Ponytail Holder and pinned in place.