Three looks in one night

12TFDo you ever wonder how the female hosts of a live awards show like the Golden Globes pull off so many different looks in one night? Celebrity hair stylist Richard Marin of CloutierRemix shares all the steps and products he used to create Tina Fey’s three trendy looks at the recent Golden Globes.  

“I had three looks to accomplish in one evening and on live TV, said Marin. The layering of the products on Tina’s hair worked beautifully and let me achieve the styles and textures I needed to create.” 

First look: Easy Glamour

I began the look by applying René Furterer Fiorvanti shine enhancing no rinse detangling spray from roots to ends on towel-dried hair. I then blow-dried the hair with the Remington T-Studio Silk Ceramic Dryer. This combo gave me ultimate shine and bounce for her hair. 

Next, I applied René Furterer Lissea thermal protecting spray to prep hair for styling with the Remington T-Studio Silk Ceramic Multi-Style Wand to create relaxed waves.

 After pulling half of the hair off her face, I pinned it in place in the center at the back of her head.   

Finally, I used the René Furterer Vegetal Finishing Spray to set the hair naturally, but still give it movement. Tina was ready for the red carpet.  

Second look: Classic BombshellBeFunky_Tina Fey (2).jpg

To transition into Tina’s second look, I first took the pins out from the back and misted René Furterer Volumea volumizing conditioning spray – no rinse throughout. I shook the hair while using the Remington T-Studio Silk Ceramic Dryer to loosen the waves. 

Next, I used the Remington T-Studio Silk Straightening Iron as a curling iron to bend the root of the hair with the edges of the plates. This created height and texture on the ends of her hair. 

To lock in the volume, I applied René Furterer Naturia dry shampoo to the roots. I shook the hair for fullness, creating a final, sexy, bombshell look. 

 For the final touch, I spritzed René Furterer Glossing Spray to ensure enhanced shine.  

Third look: Show-Stopping UpdosmTina Fey (3).jpg

For Tina’s third and final look, I started by working the René Furterer Modeling Paste throughout the hair, giving it an easy, moveable texture.  

I then pulled the hair back into a French Twist, pinning two-inch sections at a time so I could maintain an easy, loose, touchable feel. This created a modern, edgy take on a classic updo. 

I ran the Remington T-Studio Silk Ceramic Multi-Style Wand through the loose pieces along her neckline, creating a bend in the hair with a minimal curl, relaxing and softening the look. 

Finally, I dabbed René Furterer Modeling Paste to the ends of the wisps to give them a bit of weight.

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