Exactly How To Get Olivia Wilde's Textured Red Carpet Lob
On Wednesday, March 27, our favorite celebrities gathered on the red carpet for the world premiere of Olivia Wilde’s newest film. Everyone was dressed in their most luxurious designer outfits and Wilde was no exception. It wasn’t just her sparkling forest green gown that made us fall in love, either—Wilde’s enviable textured waves were the real star of the night.
Being the hair addicts we are, we got in touch with the mastermind behind the mane, Mara Rozsak, Biolage celebrity partner and stylist. From creating Emma Stone’s side swept ponytail at last year’s Met Gala to owning the ultra trendy Mare Salon in Los Angeles, Roszak knows a thing or two about stunning hairstyles.
Keep reading to find out exactly how to recreate Olivia Wilde’s hair on your own ash blonde or dark brown hair.
Start with damp hair and apply the Biolage BlowDry Glotion all over your mane. Then, blow dry your hair with a round brush to ensure your strands remains frizz-free and as smooth as possible. Once the hair is completely dry, place velcro rollers at the crown of your head to maximize volume. After five minutes, remove the rollers from your hair. Working with 1-inch sections, use a 1.25-inch curling iron to add soft waves to your mane. Be sure to alternate the direction of the curl by going towards and away from your face creating a more lived-in texture. Next, spritz Biolage R.A.W Texturizing Spray all over your hair and run your fingers through your strands to break up the waves and add an effortless texture. Finish the look with Biolage Complete Control Hairspray to lock it all in place.
Now that you know how to get Wilde’s A-list approved hair, it’s time for you to throw on your favorite gown and treat yourself to a glamorous night out.
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