Jennifer Lawrence's Oscars hair

February 26, 2013, 10:06 amlifestylechannels

Lights, camera, action. Hair experts Alan Buki and Wayne Lewis from Original & Mineral and Original A Salon talk about how to recreate the most talked about celebrity looks from the Oscars, starting with Jennifer Lawrence.

Jennifer Lawrence s Oscars hair
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Jennifer Lawrence hit the Oscars red carpet this year with a timeless, classic up 'do that saw her effortlessly steal the limelight (even before she ever-so-gracefully fell up the stairs!).

Colour


Step 1: Natural wispy light pieces have been added around her hairline to give a very subtle yet angelic softness to Jennifer's natural look.

Step 2: To give Jennifer a flawless flow-through from skin to hair, you would look at using a very light Mineral CCT beige blonde toner from O&M.

Step 3: At any red carpet event a clear gloss is needed to seal the hair colour to create thicker strands of hair but also lock in lots of shine.

Click through to see the best and worst of Oscars hair:

Style


Step 1: Look at using O&M's Atonic thickening spritz to moisturise the hair while blow-drying it 70 to 80 per cent dry.

Step 2: Layer O&M's Rootaclious root-lift mousse over the top of the hair and continue drying, remembering to smooth the hair away from the face and through mid-lengths to the ends.

Step 3: Using a straightening iron, create bends through the ends of the hair before twisting up into a very loose natural bun. This will create a youthful yet still timeless and classic edge. It's important to seal mid-lengths and ends with a style serum to stop fly-aways but allow any pieces that come out to have a polished finish. Try O&M's Frizzy Logic.

Credits:
Alan Buki, Co-Founder of Original & Mineral and Owner/Creative Director of Original A Salon
Wayne Lewis, Technical Director of Original & Mineral and Colour Director of Original A Salon

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