It’s no secret — any time KRISTEN STEWART makes a public appearance, her style is critiqued from head-to-toe.
How was her hair? What did you think of her make-up? Do you love her outfit? Would you wear these shoes?
When it comes to her her famous auburn-brown mane, Kristen normally wears her long tresses in a ponytail or out in sexy “bed-head” waves — although every once in awhile she’ll totally switch things up and rock a cool intricate creation.
When the 21-year-old actress appeared on NBC’s “TODAY” last Monday to promote her new film “Snow White and the Huntsman” — the responses towards her look were practically unanimous.
“She looked better than ever!”
For a morning appearance? That’s golden.
One of the things on-lookers couldn’t stop talking about was Kristen’s interesting multi-tucked half-up/half-down hairstyle. Partly because it’s not a style we’re use to seeing on her — and mostly because it was just ridiculously cool.
Speaking for myself, this was one of my favorite looks on her ever!
So… do you want to learn how to do it?
Hair stylist DANILO has worked with some of today’s hottest in fashion, film and music — including Cate Blanchett, Gwen Stefani, Lady Gaga, Megan Fox, Rooney Mara … and now Kristen.
Danilo — the man behind the ‘do — helped Kristen get camera-ready last week and shared his expert secrets of the style withTheFashionCourt.com to help YOU achieve the look on your own!
Now it’s your turn to try it!
First things first…
Saturate hair overall with Pantene Pro-V Aqua Light Conditioning Shake, then mist Pantene Pro-V Fine Hair Style Root Lifter Spray Hair Gel volumizer throughout hair. Mousse would work too.
Quickly brush blow dry hair upside down to get ultimate volume direction at root.
Now that you’ve got that done…
Apply Pantene Pro-V Restore Beautiful Lengths Smoothing Hair Balm to each section before ironing and use 2″ curling iron and or flat iron to spiral set hair away from face. Pin to cool.
You’re almost there!
Once texture is established flip upside down, breakup hair running fingers through — don’t brush! Mist with aerosol, texturizing spray or dry shampoo/conditioner spray.
These final steps reveal and enhance tousled texture.
For the finishing touch…
Once textured is established, finger rake your front, top and sides back and pin into place, leaving out back length to tousle--thefashion-court