Friday, June 29, 2012
By Julie Wiegan
Emma Stone wore a loose, textured, twisted bun created by hairstylist Mara Roszak for the Los Angeles premiere of The Amazing Spider-Man last night. “Emma’s Chanel dress had a sleek shape with a skirt that belled out,” Roszak said. “Since the dress was so feminine and had such a really cool structure, I knew the hair couldn’t be too done. I felt it should play against the dress and look sleek in an effortless, textured way.”
1. Roszak applied Moroccanoil Treatment Light to damp hair, starting first on the ends and working her way up. In addition to protecting the hair, it added a natural-looking shine, while eliminating frizz.
2. She then made a deep side part before blow drying with a Moroccanoil XL-Pro Paddle Brush. Although she typically uses a round brush, she didn’t want to completely eliminate the texture in the hair this time. She wanted Stone’s hair to have movement and body, and not look super sleek.
3. After hair was dry, she sprayed Moroccanoil Luminous Hairspray Medium to give her strands a little bit of texture and grip, for extra hold when he puts her hair up.
4. She then pulled her hair low to the nape of her neck and twisted it into a little knot, tucked the ends under, and crossed two bobby pins to hold it. She wanted the tight, knotted bun to look simple: not too perfect or overdone.
5. Roszak loosely pulled back her long bangs to the side and pinned them back to blend them into her hair and leave a nice soft shape on the sides of her face.
6. When the style was pinned and secure, she sprayed Moroccanoil Luminous Hairspray Strong onto her fingertips and roughed up the hairstyle a bit with her fingers. She randomly and loosely pulled at the hair at the top of the head to give it a bit of extra body and free up the texture.
7. She then sprayed the entire style again with Moroccanoil Luminous Hairspray Medium and finished with a light misting of Moroccanoil Glimmer Shine Spray. She added a Cartier diamond brooch to the side and back of the knot.