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Emma Stone Hair Style Alert: dramatic new ‘do at Paris premiere of ‘The Amazing Spider-Man’


Faux bob, fingerwaves and platinum color add up to Femme Fatale

Emma Stone has done it again–turned the fashion world upside down with one of her mini makeovers. She made a Grander than Grand Entrance to the Parisian premiere of The Amazing Spider-Man. We’re calling the look “Retro Glam,” but other critics are saying it’s Goth, too washed-out, even vampire-ish. The naysayers are mainly referring to her makeup and the gown’s color, Black, which Em usually avoids on the Red Carpet.

How did Emma’s hairstylist Mara Roszak achieve the look?

Before she did a thing, Mara looked to the Gucci gown for inspiration, and she got it immediately! The Paris location also sparked her imagination, knowing that “I wanted to go for something really glamorous with a classic feel,” she told elle.com.

Hairstyling started with rough, air drying and mousse. Next she used a 1″ barrel-size curling iron on small sections of hair, followed by a pin-curl set. The hair was spritzed with a light hairspray, and allowed to sit for about five minutes. Using a gentle touch when brushing out the curls was key in maintaining what Mara calls an “S”-wave. Around the face, Mara used wave clips to hold the shape of the style until it was time for the final shaping and spraying. She lightly teased hair above the neck and then secured one side under, double-crossing the bobby pins for added hold. Finally, “I sprayed all over with Moroccanoil Finishing Spray.”

Check back later for updates on Emma’s ever-changing mane!


To get the complete step-by-step of Emma’s hair, makeup and other stuff before the premiere, go to elle’s exclusive behind-the-scenes diary.

Sources: PacificCoastNews, elle.com, Getty Images

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Who has the best hair in MAXIM HOT 100?

Do you agree with MAXIM’s picks for their HOT 100?
More important: what do you think about their hair?  

Although our HOT 100 would be different from MAXIM’s, their infamous list always draws us in. This year it’s even more interesting because the rankings are based on Readers’ Opinions for the first time in one hundred years of Hot 100 history. This year we were pleasantly surprised by another first: Stephen Colbert placed Number 69 on the rankings (thanks to a massive write-in vote campaign)

Now let’s get to the meat of the matter. Help us choose the HOTTEST HAIRSTYLES from the MAXIM 100. For the complete list, click here.

 

Source: maxim.com

Related: Hot 100 in Under 100 Seconds video

Emma Stone’s hair color: strawberry blond, more or less ? You tell us!

Is Emma’s strawberry hair color more blond or more red?

It’s a trick question: we think the answer depends on the lighting, angle, fashions, whether she’s in- or outdoors and how her hair is styled–up or down.

In the end, Emma’s color-of-the-moment doesn’t matter…it’s always pretty, flattering–simply stunning in strawberry blond, copper, red, auburn, platinum, etc. For years now, Emma Stone has been a leading–if not the leading–trendsetter in hair color–for celebs and real women alike. She changes the hue so often we’re not sure what it is today. The strawberry blond in question (above) refers to Emma’s hot look at the annual Met Ball on May 7th.

We could search photos all day and might not find the color du jour, but we’d rather spend our time learning how Em keeps her hair healthy and natural-looking through the wash-and-wear of color changes and constant styling.

As usual with the rich and famous, Miss Stone has an advantage with help from Tracey Cunningham, Redken’s Colorist of the Year Award for 2011. Tracey has worked with stars such as Charlize Theron, Cameron Diaz, Reese Witherspoon, Jennifer Lopez and Emily Blunt and Sofia Vergara. She’s popular because of her ability to maintain healthy hair through the coloring process. Some of her secrets are as simple as using a temporary product like Redken Shades EQ Cream to get rich color and radiant shine. Some celeb-style colors–namely single process–can be achieved at home. But highlights, lowlights, platinum, etc. are best left to salon colorists.

Return to realhairstyles.net soon to find out how to do Emma’s Met Ball style (complete with a custom-made, designer hair ornament).

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