How to get a retro glam look

Retro do --Olivia WildeWe love Olivia Wilde’s recent style homage to Sophia Loren at Glamour Reel Moments. 

To create the look:

·        Celebrity hairstylist David Babaii blow-dried her wet tresses for a shiny, frizz-free foundation using Couture Colour Pequi Oil. He massaged a dime-sized amount into the hair for a glistening finish.
·        Next, he randomly curled her entire golden brown mane with a 1½ inch curling iron to form beautifully volumized waves.
·        To ensure height at the root area, he sprayed IT&LY Hairfashion’s Pure Texture Spray directly at the root area prior to curling.
·        After curling the entire head, David took large sections, back-brushed the hair at the base, and smoothed it with a medium paddle brush to achieve the desired height and volume.
·        Next, he brought all the hair back into a loose bun, securing large sections into loops and twists with bobby pins, and leaving thin strands free. The fringe was swept to one side, blending it back into the bun. The key is to allow shorter strands to fall naturally to frame her face.
·        He finished with IT&LY Hairfashion’s Pure Hair Eco Hairspray for a dazzling red carpet style.
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Hot new hair trend

Diane Argon's new bob--is it for you?Are you a Gleek? If so, and you love Glee, star Dianna Agron’s new do — here is the how-to from celebrity hair stylists David Babaii and Anibal Morales, who created it. 

Celebrity style-maker David Babaii says Agron’s new A-line bob cut “adds a fresh new look to the conventional ‘bob’ any woman can wear with ease. It can be worn sleek, straight, curly or with texture.”
Here the how-to from Babaii and Morales
First, David cut the perimeter using straight edgy lines to form the foundation. Next, he texturized the perimeter with shears by taking medium-sized sections, and twisting them with alternating clockwise and counter-clockwise turns, cutting the tips followed by "lacing" the ends with the tips of the shears. This created soft blending while texturizing the interior for lift and volume.
Next, her hair color was done by Anibal Morales from Essensuals London Hairdressing Salon. Anibal wanted to maintain Agron’s blonde hair by giving her "Natural Summer Baby Blonde" tones. To achieve this he used a Baylayage technique, which is a freehand color application. He painted Couture Colour Luxeblend Creme Hair Colour in Light Golden Blonde onto her hair to create highlights using her natural base color.
To finish, David added a small amount of Couture Colour Pequi Oil before drying her hair with a large round brush until smooth. After the hair was completely dry, he added an additional amount of Pequi Oil to his hands to give the hair more texture and movement.