If you're looking for a hairstyle that's modern but still devastatingly pretty, look no further than Amy Adams's glass-smooth ponytail from the SAG Awards. Adir Abergel, the stylist who created the look, broke down what he did to create her sleek strands. To get the style on your own, just keep reading.
More than 90 percent of you were gaga for Anne Hathaway's Golden Globes hair and makeup, so here's how you can get the look at home. To create Anne's retro waves, Frederic Fekkai Stylist Adir Abergel applied Fekkai Advanced Full Blown Styling Whip ($23) and sprayed Fekkai Coiff Bouffant Lifting & Texturizing Spray Gel ($23) from her roots to the ends of her hair. Next, he blow-dried her hair lightly with his hands, letting her natural wave surface. With a one inch barrel curling iron, he curled the hair away from her face, placing it into pin curls. Adir let her hair cool, and as he took the pin curls out, let the hair fall naturally into place with a messy center part.
For Anne's makeup, Chanel makeup artist Kate Lee used Fluid Iridescent Eyeshadow in Sand ($32) on her eyes, and on her lips she used Rouge Coco Lip Colour in Mademoiselle ($32) topped with Coco Shine in Bel Ami (available in April).
Party season is upon us and that means it's time to bring out the glamour and sparkle. That's why I've gathered together some of my favorite celebrity hair and makeup looks from recent weeks worthy of any festive soirée. From bedazzled lashes to shiny, sexy hair, here are five great options to try right now.
The Internet was in a tizzy yesterday after Kristen Stewart debuted a new hair color, a gorgeous coppery shade that the majority of you were loving. Want to get the look? Stewart's main stylist, Adir Abergel, worked with Clairol Celebrity Stylist Marie Robinson to create the new color. To recreate the '50s-inspired hue at home, they recommend Fekkai Salon Color in 6R Copper-Lucy ($30). If you don't think box color can do the trick, look at these before and after photos — you might change your mind.
You never know what kind of look Kristen Stewart will pull out on the red carpet, and that's why we love her. Last night at the Eclipse premiere, she gave a fresh twist to an elegant updo. Her stylist, Adir Abergel, created a soft take on the pompadour, looking to the styles of the 1950s for inspiration. To re-create the look yourself, all you need is five key tools and products: a volumizing whip, a round brush, hair dryer, some pins, and hairspray.
Find out how to get Kristen's updo when you read more.
Last week, we noticed that Kristen Stewart was sporting extensions. But after seeing her hair at the MTV Movie Awards, we've almost forgotten that her length isn't all her own. Fekkai stylist Adir Abergel used extensions to create Kristen's high, textured ponytail for the event. It looked so natural that it was impossible to tell where the extensions began.
Instead of a traditional clip-in hair fall, Kristen is wearing track extensions — just a simple length of hair. Abergel wrapped the track around her own natural ponytail so that her shorter hair wasn't visible, and then pinned the track to the base of her ponytail. He covered the track completely by wrapping a piece of Kristen's hair from underneath around the track and then pinning it. To keep it all in place, he added Fekkai Coiff Sheer Hold hairspray. So whether your hair is all yours, or you're using extensions like Kristen, that's the secret to a neat, perfect ponytail.
For the premiere of The Runaways, Frederic Fekkai stylist Adir Abergel gave Kristen Stewart a punky pompadour. It's an unusual hairstyle that was perfect for the opening of a movie about rock 'n' roll.
If you're interested in going rocker chic, too, we got the breakdown from Abergel. So to find out how to get the look, just keep reading.
Marisa Tomei didn't pick up another Oscar last night, but when you already have an Academy Award at home, perhaps some of the pressure is off. (Maybe? Wishful thinking?) No matter, Marisa looked beautiful in her Versace gown, which inspired Fekkai stylist Adir Abergel to create this soft and cascading hairstyle.
For step-by-step instructions on re-creating this look at home, read more
Anne Hathaway's alabaster skin, raspberry lips, and pulled-back chignon were a hit last night. I already gave you the details on her classic makeup, and now I've got the how-to on that right-on-trend slick, chic hair. Adir Abergel of Frederic Fekkai styled Hathaway's hair with clean lines and clean texture. Take a look at his technique below:
Apply Coiff Bouffant Lifting & Texturizing Spray Gel ($23) from roots to ends. Next, comb hair into a very deep side part and thoroughly dry with a large round brush. Then, gather hair in a low ponytail, applying Magnifique Ultra-Light Finishing Creme ($23) for shine and texture. Secure with an elastic holder at the nape, and tuck the ponytail underneath. Some bobby pins and hair pins will keep it in place. To complete this old Hollywood look, spray it with Fekkai Sheer Hold Hairspray ($23).