Beyoncé let a little Sasha Fierce out at this year's Grammys by donning a touch of rocker glitz in her hair. Her hairstylist, Kimberly Kimble, gives us the scoop on how she created the look. Watch now!
Rihanna rolled up to the Grammys rocking this cream, black, and green manicure that, upon closer inspection, turns out to be US currency. It's fun and unexpected, and being the nail-painting lazybones that I am, it appeals because you don't actually have to do much. So I set out to re-create her look with just some nail scissors, a base coat, top coat, and a fake dollar bill from a kiddie money play set. It cost next to nothing, and Mr. Bella thinks it's cool, which, coming from a man, you know is a ringing endorsement. Click through to see how I did it.
The majority of you were loving Jennifer Lopez's look at the Grammys, and I've got the scoop on the inspiration behind her hairstyle from stylist Robert Vetica, who worked with the multitalented actress last night. Inspired by the 1970s, Vetica focused on creating volume and texture to give Jennifer's one-length hair a throwback feel, and here's how:
First, apply Moroccanoil Treatment on wet locks and blow-dry until the hair is smooth, using a round brush to build volume. After making a center part, start curling. Use a one-inch iron, making sure you curl the hair downward in a spiral fashion. (Vetica started curling in the back of Jennifer's hair, working his way to the front, lifting her hair away from her face in the process.) Next, break up the curl with your fingers and apply Moroccanoil Hydrating Styling Cream for texture and hold. Finish off by brushing out the hair, backcombing underneath for even more fullness, and then spritzing on hair spray for shine and control.