How To Get Kristen Stewart’s Gorgeous Hair
Kristen Stewart’s fully-loaded hairstyle is our look of the week.
Our celebrity hair expertMark Woolley, Founder of Electric Hairdressing London, is here to help you get the look at home. Mark told us:”This is a great example of loosely styled hair at its best. I love that Kristen’s hair has been carefully blow dried to opposite effect to look naturally casual yet distinctly sexy.”
Follow Mark’s steps to success:
To encourage volume, apply some Shu Uemura Ample Angora Volumising Foam (£16.50) to damp hair and comb through to ensure the lengths are coated evenly. This will leave your hair looking thick and full-bodied but without the ‘crunchy’ effect.
You want your hair to cascade naturally so ignore partings and just brush the hair back and away from the face. Take large sections of hair (about 2 inches wide) and blow dry with a Denman Head Hugger Brush. The concave shape of the barrel allows you to get really close to the roots so lift the hair up and away from the head as you blow dry to create maximum root lift. Hold the hair taut through two-thirds of the length to ensure a sleek and smooth result but as you reach the last third, wind the hair around the brush for a few seconds before letting go to create a soft wave – this adds shape and movement to the finished look.
Work your way through the hair and allow it to cool – it is through the heating up then cooling down of the hair which helps it keep shape, so try not to touch the sections of hair which you have already styled. If you want to speed this up, use the cool setting on your hair dryer and hover the air flow over your hair at a distance so as to not disturb the curls too much.
For hair to fall naturally around the face, give it a bit of a shake – this also highlights the layers in the hair. Then, rub some Electric Serum between your hands until it forms a very fine film before smoothing the lengths down very gently to eliminate flyways. Form a cupping shape with your hands, pushing hair up near the head to boost volume and twist the ends of the hair to encourage separation and enhance the waves.
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