THE PRO TIPS DIY red-car­pet-wor­thy hair with Kim­ble’s ad­vice.

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RIGHT AN­GLE “Spritz Air­spray eight to 10 inches away from the scalp or hair, so the prod­uct has room to dis­perse. Pick up sec­tions of hair, spray through them and then let them fall. This gives it body and creates a nice tex­ture, es­pe­cially if you’re try­ing to get a good blowout; it gives it a par­tic­u­lar move­ment in­stead of look­ing per­fectly coiffed.” OS­CAR BAIT “Peo­ple don’t re­al­ize [that get­ting red-car­pet-ready] is a full col­lab­o­ra­tion be­tween the celebrity, the hair and makeup peo­ple and the wardrobe stylist and usu­ally takes a lot of plan­ning. We’ve been see­ing a lot of styles lately mix­ing hair­styles from the past and cre­at­ing a new twist for a fresh, mod­ern take on an old style. I pre­dict we’ll see more of this trend on the red car­pet [this year].” EV­ERY­DAY GLAM “Your hair should look good as long as you have a great cut and great colour—and it’s healthy. Healthy hair is eas­ier to style. You should have your hair cut and coloured at least two weeks be­fore an event. This gives the hair time to get the true colour and that lived-in look af­ter the cut.” n

Townsend al­ways sprays bobby pins with dry sham­poo be­fore putting them in hair. “It creates fric­tion so they don’t slip out.” Dove Re­fresh + Care In­vig­o­rat­ing Dry Sham­poo ($4.99). To add vol­ume, roughly dry hair, twist­ing sec­tions with fin­gers. Try Sch­warzkopf Pro­fes­sional BC Bonacure Hairther­apy Ex­cel­lium Plump­ing Spray ($16.95). For de­tails, see Shop­ping Guide.

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