Get Emma Stone's Hairstyle From The 2012 MTV Movie Awards

Get Emma Stone's Hairstyle From The 2012 MTV Movie Awards. If you missed all of the fashion lo...

Get Emma Stone's Hairstyle From The 2012 MTV Movie Awards. If you missed all of the fashion looks from the red carpet, check out my latest newsletter covering all of the latest, hairstyles, makeup and beauty looks. Emma looked incredible wearing a black and ivory dress, and her hairstyle was kept in a twisted updo. Look below to see how Celebrity Hairstylist Mara Roszak created her perfect do. I love that unexpected pop of pink on her lips!



“I wanted the style to feel like a twist on a simple updo with strong elements of fun and femininity,” says Mara Roszak on the inspiration for this look.

STEP BY STEP LOOK:
1. Enhance the brightness and vibrancy of blonde hair by washing with Clairol Professional Shimmer Lights Shampoo and Conditioner.
2. Apply a golf ball sized amount of Sebastian Professional Mousse Forte to the lengths of towel dried hair.
3. Loosely twist random 1-inch sections of hair towards the back, bobby pin in place, and blow-dry. Once the hair is dry, remove the pins and let the twists fall out.
4. Emulsify a dollop of Wella Professionals Texture Touch in palms and apply to the lengths of the hair for added texture.
5. Then twist the hair on either side of the forehead, connecting at the back of the head. Bobby pin the twists in place, criss-crossing the pins to ensure a secure hold.
6. Gently tease the rest of hair and pin it up into a messy bun, allowing pieces to fall out naturally.
7. Finish the style with a spritz of Wella Professionals Stay Firm Finishing Spray.


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