Olivia Wilde’s Parisian Pretty Tresses At The 2011 Golden Globes
We’re still on the fence about the exaggerated, voluminous, princess-y skirt of the strapless, sparkling, two-toned Marchesa ball gown that Olivia Wilde donned to the 68th Annual Golden Globe Awards, but we’re leaning towards it having taken the ballerina and fairy tale motifs a bit too literally. Still, we were magnetized by the coquettish vibe of Wilde’s hair, which was styled by Terry Millet for Kérastase. Wilde’s golden brown hair was straightened but tousled ever so slightly for an effortless feel, while her side-swept bangs fell at brow level, adding a youthful zest.
Millet was inspired by the image of a young, charming Parisian girl, and so he added a bit of whimsy to the Cinderella-esque look. Millet began by applying Kérastase Résistance Mousse Volumactive to give Wilde’s hair more body while protecting it from excessive heat and preventing static from surfacing. He also smoothed a dab of Kérastase Résistance Care Volumactive, a leave-in conditioner that fortifies strands and gives them a fuller look, to wet hair. Next, he blow-dried Wilde’s tresses, using his own fingers as a brush for a carefree, spontaneous, even lackadaisical effect, turning to a round brush only when drying the ends.
Once he’d completely dried Wilde’s mane, Millet smoothed the Kérastase Elixir Oléo-Relax Serum onto her ends to lock out humidity and keep frizz at bay, then misted the Kérastase Double Force Hair Spray over her entire head to give the look hold.
Voilà! Trés jolie!