Ashley Greene’s Sleek, Straight Hair: Get The Look From Her Stylist

Fri, November 16, 2012 3:42pm EDT by 4 Comments
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The ‘Twilight’ beauty’s sleek dark hair was so elegant at the screening of ‘The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2’ on November 15 in New York City! Here’s how you can recreate her exact look with tips from her stylist, Ted Gibson!

From textured, wavy styles to luxurious straight hair, Ashley Greene, 25, always hits the mark with her red carpet looks. Do YOU love this glossy style?

“To get this look for Ashley, I created the straightest hair imaginable. The straight hair worked because the color, neckline and length of this amazing Donna Karan gown were a party in and of themselves,” Ashley’s stylist Ted Gibson tells HollywoodLife.com.

“I started off with Ted Gibson Build It Blowdrying Agent on dry hair with Ted Gibson Fix It Gel on the mid shaft and ends. I blew her hair dry with a flat brush to create flatness at the scalp and flatness throughout the rest of the hair. I finished the blow dry, and then used my Ted Gibson flat iron to add shine and flatness to the hair. I used Ted Gibson Tame It Shine Lotion at the scalp and front of the hair. I only wanted that brilliant shine on the top of the head. I used Beautiful Hold Hairspray to hold that hair close to her scalp and it’s perfection.”

Ted absolutely gushed about Ashley and the hairstyles that he created for her. “I have had the honor of doing three Twilight premieres with Ashley — and this is the last one forever. It has been so much fun working with her on one of the highest grossing movies of all time. I have seen and experienced the growth of this amazing young lady. I love doing her hair. I love how I have changed her look from good to AMAZING!! I love my job.”

HollywoodLifers, do YOU love Ashley’s straight hair?

— Kristine Hope Kowalski

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