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Get the Look: Liv Tyler's Hair Look at the MET Ball

Get the Look: Liv Tyler's Hair Look at the MET Ball

Last night's star-studded 2010 Met Gala was an incredible night for fashion (it's the Oscars of the East Coast after all) but it was also an inspirational night for beauty and hair looks, too. One look in particular stood out for me, namely the gorgeous Liv Tyler. While I did not love the odd train on her cocktail-length black and nude lace dress, her tousled, carefree updo caught my attention for all the right reasons. Keep reading to find out how Pantene Stylist Hallie Bowman created Liv's hairstyle!

"With Liv, I went for a Bell du Jour look, with set hair and a little height in the crown. After washing, I sprayed the new Pantene Pro-V Fine Hair Root Lifter Spray Gel and applied the new Pantene Pro-V Fine Hair Triple Action Volume Mousse to achieve fullness at the roots to prepare for the elevated style.

I blow dried with a medium round brush, pinning each section in barrel curls as it cooled. Then, I brushed out the curls and braided her hair back loosely, putting a band in just at the nape where I pinned a diamond wing broach. I set her hair framing her face in waves, like a finger wave, and sprayed a moisture mist (mostly water) to reshape the hair, letting it air dry until her makeup was done.

To finish the look, I pulled out pieces of hair in a few strategic spots to make it look chicly undone and sprayed with a very light, brushable spray." —Hallie Bowman, Celebrity Stylist for Pantene

Thanks to Laura @ Pantene for the scoop!
Comments
such a timeless and elegant look :]
#1 jennifer (Homepage) on 2010-05-05 03:01 (Reply)
So pretty! I want to recreate this.
#2 Elle Sees (Homepage) on 2010-05-05 09:18 (Reply)
That is just gorgeous!
#3 Sarah (Homepage) on 2010-05-05 09:38 (Reply)
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