How-To: Jessica Biel's Red Carpet Look

Macadamia Professional International Creative Director, Giannandrea, styled Jessica Biel for 2016 Vanity Fair’s Oscar Party. Here are the steps to her textured look:

1.)    Apply Macadamia Professional Foaming Volumizer from roots to ends of wet hair to create a voluminous base.

2.)    Blow dry mid-sized sections with a large Macadamia Professional 53mm Hot Curling Boar Brush to create a voluminous blowout.

3.)    Create a middle part and wrap small sections of hair around a 1” curling iron.

4.)    Once all the hair is in waves, use a flat iron to gently flatten the waves especially towards the ends yet keep the softness and volume up top. There should be no roundness at the ends.

5.)    Spray Macadamia Professional Style Extend Dry Shampoo at the crown for a dry texture finish and use Macadamia Professional Weightless Moisture Dry Oil Micro Mist from the mid-lengths to ends to create definition and shine.

6.)    Finish the look by spraying Macadamia Professional Tousled Texture Finishing Spray to the crown and through layers for light volume and texture.

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About Macadamia Professional: Macadamia Professional, The Oil Authority for Global Textures, offers salon quality hair care, treatment and styling solutions with transformational products that address the unique moisture and style control needs of each hair texture.  Each product contains Macadamia’s exclusive PRO OIL Complex, a blend of therapeutic Macadamia and Argan Oils, rich in Omega 7, 5, 3, and 9 fatty acids, which deeply yet weightlessly nourish and repair hair from the inside out, rather than just conditioning from the surface, to renew hair’s natural texture with healthy shine, bounce and manageability.

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