And speaking of great up 'do's....Amy Adams was up for an award for her supporting role in The Fighter and looked stunning in Marchesa. Since the gown had such beautiful laser-cut detailing in the front, hairstylist Liani Reeves had the task of getting her hair off her shoulders. Here's how Liani did Amy's hair using Moroccanoil styling products:
- Reeves used Moroccanoil Moisture Repair shampoo and conditioner to tame Amy's thick, wavy hair and make it frizz free for styling.
- Next she used Moroccanoil Hydrating Styling Cream on Amy's hair, blow-drying it ONLY at the roots. The rest of the hair was air-dried because she wanted to create a "messed-up texture with a slight wave" for a 20's-inspired look.
- She then used a 1" curling iron to make curls in any areas that needed a little extra curl.
-She made a side part in the hair, pulling a few pieces to the front that she pinned in to an "S"-shaped wave.
-Reeves then pulled back the rest of the hair (aside from the pinned waves), and made a loose braid, which she rolled upwards on itself, pinning the braid at the nape of the neck.
-The last steps were to release the pinned waves from the front of the hair. She pinned them back over the ears, leaving a few pieces towards the front, and finished the whole thing off with Moroccanoil Luminous Hairspray.
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Photo of Adams courtesy of Jason Merritt for Getty Images.