Recreate Nicole Kidman's radiant, lit-from-within glow with these expert tips & tricks:
The Hair: Smooth, Soft Layers
Stylist David Babaii explains: "I created Nicole's look with a soft, '70s feel. To achieve this look, I applied a small amount Couture Colour Pequi Oil Treatment (available March 2011) to her damp hair. Next, I created a full side-part and sectioned the hair for control. My favorite method is to divide the head into 4 sections (top, sides, back; leaving the nape area as the starting point).
With my beloved blow dryer (by IT&LY HairFashion) and a medium round brush, I tried to demonstrate that you can achieve straight hair while infusing volume by using only a blow dryer. After drying each section straight, I applied an additional amount of Couture Colour Pequi Oil Treatment to the lower portion of Nicole's hair. I then divided the strands into 6 large sections and, wrapping each one around a round brush, blasted hot air to create the curl followed by a shot of cool air to set the curl in place. Gently, I released the curl creating soft defined waves."
The Makeup: Rock 'n Roll Chic
Makeup artist Angela Levin explains: "Nicole's dress was a stunning, elegant white gown, so I wanted to add a bit of edge with the makeup. The Golden Globes were all about a touch of rock and roll this year!
First, I prepped the Nicole’s skin with CHANEL Sublimage Concentrate, and applied CHANEL Pro Lumiere Makeup in Nude. On her eyes, I used the CHANEL Quadra Eyeshadow in Winter Nights, and three coats of CHANEL Inimitable Intense Mascara in Noir. Her cheeks were CHANEL Powder Blush in In Love. I finished off her lips with CHANEL Rouge Allure Laque in Ming.”
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