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Wednesday, 23 October 2013

Pronto Dry Sculpting Pomade

When it comes to short hair

When it comes to short hair, Colon said it's all but essential to utilize accessories to give cropped looks that extra panache. "It's also a great excuse to get away with a particularly bold piece of jewelry," he said. Case in point: Michelle Williams' diamond-encrusted Fred Leighton headband that gussied up her dramatically parted, shaggy pixie cut. To get her piece-y style, Colon recommended dipping fingertips in a pomade, such as Oscar Blandi Pronto Dry Sculpting Pomade, and lightly rubbing select ends of hair for textured definition, rather than raking the product directly through the whole head (which gives off a clumpier look).

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Hair guru Giannandrea conjured up a refreshing take on the classic French twist with Watts' deconstructed and windswept version at the Oscars. "I wanted to pull the hair away from the face without it looking too constricting of too coiffed," he explained. "Its height and softened texture give the style a more womanly sensibility." Giannandrea recommended using no tools other than hands for this look. After rough-drying hair, use fingers to lift the front for volume and to smooth back the sides, then wind the ends into a disheveled roll in the back—while pinning stray hairs into separate twists where necessary.

Nicole Kidman's elaborate updo proves hairstylist Mara Roszak is more than just a one-trick pony: the twisted bun placed off to one side paired with the faint braid and the gilded pin give this look interest from every angle. "Nicole's dress was very sexy and glamorous and I wanted to contrast that with a cool, textured updo that was a bit tousled," Roszak said of her inspiration. To define wavy hair's natural texture and highlight movement before pinning it up, she recommended touching up hair on the sides and top with a one-inch curing iron, being sure to take random sections so that the waves are not too perfect and look more organic.