Lily Collins makes a modern princess statement at the Golden Globes
Lily Collins’ hair made a modern princess statement at the 74th Annual Golden Globes Awards.
Lily’s hair was truly noteworthy and was the perfect complement to her gorgeous gown. The style looks complicated, but The Awesome Muse was able to get the scoop on how to recreate the style from Lily’s stylist, Gregory Russell.
Lily Collins’ hair made a modern princess statement at the 74th #Golden Globes Awards.Click to tweet
Gregory was inspired by Lily Collins’ beautiful beaded Zuhair Murad gown to create a voluminous textured updo with braided details.
This gown was one of my favorites seen on the red carpet. It is certainly inspiring and princess worthy. Zuhair Murad’s gowns are always amazing and his Spring / Summer 2016 collection was incredible. You can see similar gowns to the one worn by Lily Collins in this gorgeous collection.
How to Recreate Lily Collins’ Golden Globes Updo
How to recreate Lily Collins’ Golden Globes Updo using @JohnFriedaUS products. #HairTalksClick to tweet
Gregory Russell was kind enough to give The Awesome Muse step-by-step instructions on how to get Lily’s look. It looks complicated, but he breaks it down to make it easy to recreate! Be sure to check out the great products from John Frieda to help make it easier to create and hold this hair style.
To start, apply a golf ball sized amount of John Frieda Luxurious Volume Perfectly Full Mousse on the roots for lasting volume, and then another golf ball sized amount to the lengths of the hair for body.
Then, brush through and begin blowing the hair out with a multi-bristle brush and setting the “mohawk” section on velcro rollers. Secure each section with a duckbill clip.
Then, curl the mohawk section away from the face and fasten each curl with a duckbill clip.
While the hair cools, spray the roots with the new John Frieda Luxurious Volume – Volume Refresh Dry Shampoo to add lift and texture.
Add a pearl sized amount of John Frieda Frizz Ease Secret Weapon Touch-Up Creme to the remaining hair and secure it with a bungee hair tie at the crown of the head.
Then, work through the lengths to define and pin the curls up to create a voluminous messy bun.
Take selected pieces from the perimeter and pin back, leaving some wispy face framing pieces out.
Braid the remaining hair into a fishtail pulling it slightly apart for texture and shape. Fasten it around the bun with hair pins.
Finally, spray John Frieda Luxurious Volume Forever Full Hairspray to lock in the style.
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About Gregory Russell:
Gregory’s haircuts vary from sharp, modern, chic bobs to soft, long layered, effortless styles. He is the go to man for clients that want to transform their look from long to short or are trying to grow out their hair. His cutting technique helps them easily transition to long, lustrous locks. Gregory is known for easily handling all hair textures.
His editorial styling ranges from modern takes on vintage inspirations to messy natural waves that have been featured in many fashion magazines. It is no wonder Gregory is a well-known name in our industry. His work has been featured in Allure, Harper’s Bazaar, Interview, and Teen Vogue.
You can find Gregory at the Andy LeCompte Salon in West Hollywood, CA.
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Red carpet photos courtesy of The Levinson Tractenberg Group, used with permission.