Several celebrity stylists used Moroccanoil products to get stars looking glamorous for the 52nd-annual Grammy Awards. Here's how they did it:
Jennifer Lopez, styled by Robert Vetica
For Jennifer Lopez's 70's-inspired hair, featuring lots of volume and texture, Robert Vetica applied Moroccanoil Treatment to wet hair and blow-dried it with a large round brush, creating a center part. Working from back to front and lifting her hair away from her head, Vetica used a 1-inch curling iron on sections of hair, dragging the curled spirals down. After the curled hair set, he finger-brushed the look and applied Hydrating Styling Cream to hold the set and add additional texture. Finally, he brushed out the hair, then back-combed underneath for maximum fullness and volume. Vetica finished with Luminous Hairspray for free-moving, shine-enhancing hold.
Pink’s look, created by Marco Santini, was a shimmering vision of modern glamor and sophistication—both before AND after her water-soaked aerial performance. Santini wanted a style with a "unique, flowing shape that emphasized volume, height and the illusion of movement." Santini started by applying Moroccanoil Treatment throughout the singer’s damp hair to create a silky-smooth shine, then worked the argan oil-infused Hydrating Styling Cream from the roots through the ends for lift and hold, as well as create a “grip” for his brush while blow drying shape and direction. After Pink’s cropped locks were blow-dried, Santini misted new Luminous Hairspray on the outer layer and saturated several layers inside the hair from root to end. He then brushed the sides of Pink’s hair back and sculpted a rockabilly fold toward the nape of the neck. Santini finished the look with a light mist of Glimmer Shine Spray all over the hair (from a distance of 10-12 inches) for an instant boost of shine. The final touch to Pink’s Grammy look was a star-shaped diamond brooch that was fastened to the front of her hair for an elegant touch.
Glee star Lea Michele went sleek and sexy with her new look from Mark Townsend. “Since the Grammys are the biggest night in music, I wanted to give Lea a little rock-n-roll edge, so we went with straight hair that had great shine, with a full, side swept bang to complement her Ramona Caveza dress, “ Townsend said. He started by adding a few drops of Moroccanoil Treatment to Michele's wet hair, blow-dried it with a large round brunsh, then flat-ironed it with a slight bend on the ends for some movement. Next, he mixed Hydrating Styling Cream and Glimmer Shine Spray in his hands and raked them through her hair for amazing shine with a light, natural hold. To add a little texture, Townsend sprayed Sally Hershberger Genius Spray Wax all over. To finish, he sprayed Luminous Hairspray on a natural bristle eyebrow brush, brushed down any flyaway hairs and ran the brush through her bangs to keep them swept to the side.