'Tis the season for countless holiday parties. Here, find a little hair inspiration for your next shindig.
As the holiday season gets into full swing, there will be a flurry of occasions for you to get dressed up and go out for some celebratory cheer. Whether it's a swanky office party, chic cocktails at the latest hotspot, opening night of The Nutcracker or a black tie New Year's Eve shindig, you'll want to put your best face forward—and a fabulous look should start with good hair.
We look back at a few red carpet looks for hair inspiration—from the grey haired to the long and curly. Toronto-based hair and makeup artist, Tana D'Amico chips in with some tips on how to achieve some of these looks. The hair and makeup pro not only worked on several Zoomer magazine cover stars but also worked on such celebrities as Marissa Tomei during the Toronto International Film Festival.
Here, find a little hair inspiration from these nine stars.
DIANA ROSS, 73
When the legendary entertainer appeared at the American Music Awards in November to accept the Lifetime Achievement Award, she not only performed a medley of her classic hits, she also sported one of her enduring style signatures—a billowing cloud of curly hair. Even decades later, the diva's big mane of hair remains part of her glamorous repertoire.
But if you're lucky enough to be endowed with soft curls, you probably know that it can easily go from fab to frizz.
"As with any curly hair," D'Amico says, "mega moisture is key at all times such as a good shampoo and conditioner that boast words on the bottle as softening, moisturizing and shine." She recommends Renewing Argan Oil of Morocco Conditioner.
To keep those curls intact—and the frizz at bay—she also suggests using a diffuser; an attachment for your hairdryer. To achieve that level of volume Ross sports, use the diffuser with your head upside down. Any styling product, such as Redken Curvaceous curl refiner, should be scrunched throughout the hair before using the diffuser.
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