The talented young actress was honored with the Outstanding Performer of The Year Award at the 28th Santa Barbara Film Festival on February 2 in Santa Barbara, California. Her California casual hairstyle looked so silky and chic: here’s how YOU can copy it!
Jennifer Lawrence must go through HOURS of hairstyling getting all done up during awards season. Still, her hair is shiny, smooth and healthy! Her long, loose waves look so touchably smooth, we can’t imagine how she kept herself from constantly running her fingers through her long layers!
Jennifer Lawrence’s Effortless Waves—Try The Look!
Jennifer, 22, has ends that look shiny and healthy—no small accomplishment when you consider how often her hair goes through stressful styling! This low-key look is just polished enough to work for her big award ceremony moments, but it’s also a great style to rock when you want to give your tresses a break from heavy styling.
How To Get Loose Waves Like Jennifer Lawrence
To copy Jennifer’s tousled waves, towel dry your hair most of the way. This will avoid unnecessary heat damage before you even start. To activate your curls and tame frizz, smooth some lightweight mousse like Pantene Silky Moisture Whip Moisturizer + Styler through the body of your hair, starting at your ends. Scrunch as you go for volume and well-defined curls. This fun mousse has the texture of airy whipped cream and will leave your hair silky soft and moisturized, not crunchy or sticky.
Sure, you already know how important it is to moisturize your skin, but what about your poor, tired hair? With constant moisturization, your hair will gradually become softer and more manageable, which will also help you cut down on your styling time!
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— Kristine Hope Kowalski
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Check out recent video of Jennifer Lawrence below!