The Globes Look of Tina Fey, Created by Richard Marin Using René Furterer Products

Tina Fey not only stole the show with her witty, hilarious performance as the co-host of the 71st annual Golden Globes, but her strapless Carolina Herrera dress and perfectly-styled hair also turned heads on the red carpet. Celebrity hairstylist Richard Marin helped Fey pull off the glamorous half-up/half-down look. "The René Furterer products made my night!" Marin says. "The layering of the products on Tina's hair worked beautifully and let me achieve the styles and textures I needed to create."

Marin offers the step-by-step to achieve the shown here look:
First, apply Fioravanti Shine Enhancing No Rinse Detangling Spray from roots to ends on towel-dried hair. Then blow-dry hair with the Remington T-Studio Silk Ceramic Dryer for ultimate shine and bounce. Apply Lissea Thermal Protecting Spray to prep hair for styling with the Remington T-Studio Silk Ceramic Multi-Style Wand to create relaxed waves. After pulling half of the hair off the face, pin it in place in the center at the back of the head. Finally, use Vegetal Finishing Spray to set the hair naturally, but still give it movement.

—Sarah Sin


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