Marion Cotillard’s Oscar Hair
Academy Award winner Marion Cotillard, who nabbed the Best Actress award last year for her performance as Edith Piaf in La Vie En Rose once again made a splash on the red carpet (though this time it was because she looked so stunning in her Haute Couture Dior dress, instead of last year's questionable, fishscale-like silver gown). But apparel debates aside, the one area where Cotillard hit the perfect notes both times around was her hair.
This year, celebrity stylist Robert Vetica once again tended to Cotillard's tresses for Oscar night, creating a modern take on the French twist which he says was inspired by the Cecil Beaton's portraits of fashion icons of the 40s and 50s.
Here are the steps Vetica took to create the look:
1. Vetica blow-dried Cotillard's with a round brush, applying Moroccanoil Hydrating Styling Cream to detangle strands and prevent frizz. He then created a low, side part.
2. Next, he teased the hair, focusing particularly on the crown and the back of the head.
3. The teased hair was then brushed and shaped it into a full French Twist, which he rolled and pinned in place. To lift the crown and add volume, he used a rat tail comb.
4. To give the sophisticated, demure look long-lasting shine, Vetica finished with a light spray of new Moroccanoil Gold Glimmer Shine.
Now, like Cotillard, you too can look like an icon from a bygone era, an artist's muse, and a cinematic queen all at once.
Moroccanoil Hydrating Styling Cream, $24, and Moroccanoil Gold Glimmer Shine, $30. Visit Moroccanoil.com