VMA's How-To: Britney Spears

It has been 10 years since Britney Spears has graced the stage of the MTV Video Music Awards, and tonight, the "Queen of Pop Music" makes her epic comeback with bombshell hair from award winning products from ColorProof Evolved Color Care and Bio Ionic.
 
Celebrity stylist, Lorenzo Martin, first worked his magic with ColorProof's care and styling products that contain the most premium formulations specifically designed to preserve color treated hair. He then used the power of Bio Ionic’s highest performing conditioning tools (found at Sephora) that use natural volcanic rock minerals to infuse moisture back into the hair for a hydrated, healthy, and vibrant finish.
 
Below, find the step by step “How To” from Lorenzo along with the products used by ColorProof and Bio Ionic.

“GET THE LOOK” FROM LORENZO MARTIN: 
 
Step 1: I began styling by using the ColorProof Evolved Color Care LiftIt Color Protect Foam Mousse on wet hair from roots to ends.
 
Step 2: I followed by blow drying her hair with the Bio Ionic Ultralight Speed Dryer until the hair was smooth. This dryer is a conditioning tool that actually adds moisture back into the hair, instead of drying it out.
 
Step 3: I wrapped hair around with the Bio Ionic Long Barrel Curling Iron and left the ends out adding a little shake at the end to loosen the curl. This tool is specifically designed for long hair, so it worked great with Britney’s look tonight.
 
Step 4: For final touches, I used the ColorProof Evolved Color Care PowderFix Texturizing Powder for added volume and a little ColorProof Evolved Color Care HumidityRx Anti-Frizz WeatherProof Spray to keep her hair picture-perfect in the NYC humidity.
 

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