Get Marion Cotillard's Golden Globes Hair

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d39eb7655ff5b82c_marion-cotillardpreviewFor Marion Cotillard's Golden Globes hair, Robert Vetica wanted to give her a style that would complement her elegant yet slightly risqué  Dior gown. "I wanted a look that was glamorous, but with an edge," Vetica said. "I was inspired by the rock 'n' roll pompadours of the 50s, strengthened with a sleek, modern French twist."

Since shiny, healthy-looking hair was essential to the look, Vetica first applied argan oil-infused Moroccanoil Treatment to wet hair and blow-dried it straight using a diffuser to keep a bit of natural texture. He then pin-curled the entire head front to back, so that hair would easily flow back and up into the pompadour shape. After releasing the pin curls, he ran Moroccanoil Hydrating Styling Cream through the hair with his hands. After brushing back and up, he back-combed the top and pulled the sides back tight, leaving some volume on top. Next, he twisted the hair into a tight French twist, which was asymmetrically attached with eye-catching diamond hair clips created by Chopard. He finished the look with a light misting of Moroccanoil Glimmer Shine Spray to give Cotillard's hair a beautiful, naturally luminous shine.

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