Glam Slam: Kristen Stewart's Rock & Roll Style
We all know that Kristen Stewart has been making plenty of headlines lately, so it must have been especially tough for her to face the press to promote her new film, “On The Road,” at the Toronto Film Festival.
She was a total pro though, sporting her signature edgy style, including her hair. Here’s how you can achieve the same perfectly messed up coif:
WHO: Celebrity Hairstylist Giannandrea
“For Kristen’s red carpet look, I wanted to evoke a rock and roll princess!”
GET THE LOOK:
“I started on wet hair using ECRU Marine Thickening Balm throughout the whole head from scalp to ends in order to build fullness and volume.
I then blew out the whole head using a medium size round brush. I waved the whole head in. Using a 1 1/2 –inch size curling iron, I curled large sections of the hair softly. I sprayed each section before curling with ECRU Sunlight Spray to set it and to give it a great texture.
I then brushed the whole head with a Mason Pearson brush to create volume. To add additional volume to the crown area, I back brushed the top section of the hair. I brushed back the sides and pulled the hair into a twisted small ponytail and placed it on the top part of the head (this ponytail will be covered later by the top part).
The top section of the hair was brushed lightly back to retain the volume and was then twisted into a high voluminous ‘rock and roll’ twist. I pinned the twist to the top of the crown covering the small ponytail (made from the sides). After pinning into place I gently brushed all the hair back placing it onto the left shoulder to give a voluminous textured brush feel.
I finished the look by smoothing all of the hair with my hands (the sides the top and the length) with ECRU Acacia Oil to give it a shine mostly to the sides.
It’s important to make it soft and not hard for that princess like results! Only the sides of the hair should be tight.”
-- Ryan Patterson
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