How to Recreate Margot Robbie's Subtle S Waves

Margot Robbie is no stranger to bold red carpet looks, but the actress kept things fairly simple at the Los Angeles premiere of Bombshell.

Styled by Moroccanoil celebrity stylist Bryce Scarlett, Robbie hit the red carpet with a fresh, platinum bob with relaxed waves. "For Margot's premiere look, we wanted to contrast the elegance of her gown with a relaxed S wave," Scarlett says. "The subtle, polished waves frame her face perfectly while embracing her natural texture."

Here, Scarlett shares the step-by-step instructions so you can recreate the look yourself.

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  • On damp hair, use a dime size amount of Moroccanoil Treatment Light to provide the perfect foundation for styling.
    • Next apply Moroccanoil Volumizing Mousse at the roots on damp hair and comb fingers through for added body.

    • Next diffuse and dry hair using a Moroccanoil Professional Series Tourmaline Ceramic Hair Dryer to smooth out natural curls while maintaining relaxed and natural waves around the frame of the face using a Moroccanoil 35MM Boar Bristle Round Brush.

    • Once the hair is fully dry and blown out, use the Moroccanoil Professional Titanium Ceramic Iron to create S body waves throughout in one inch sections, to give a blended look of natural and polished waves.

    • Then spray Moroccanoil Dry Texture Spray at the ends to for added volume and definition to the style.

    • Finish the look with Moroccanoil Luminous Hairspray Medium to provide a long lasting, weightless hold.

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