Emilia Clarke’s ‘Breakfast At Tiffany’s’ After Party Hair — Stunning

Thu, March 21, 2013 9:35am EST by Add first Comment
Emilia Clarke Breakfast At Tiffanys Hair

After the opening night show on March 20, ‘Breakfast At Tiffany’s’ star Emilia Clarke pulled her hair up and back into a chic chignon. A far cry from the 1940’s inspired waves she wears in the show!

Emilia Clarke, 25, wear retro waves as Holly Golightly in the Broadway adaptation of Breakfast At Tiffany’s, but at the opening night after party, Emilia stunned with her hair pulled back, a dark smokey eye and a red lip!

Emilia Clarke At The ‘Breakfast At Tiffany’s’ After Party

Instead of pulling her hair back in a sleek and clean ballerina bun, Emilia teased her hair, creating massive volume and texture for her updo. From the front it looks messy and sexy, but from the back, it looks polished and sophisticated.

Although it looks complicated, it’s easy to do. Just tease hair near the front and crown of your head. Slightly brush back but keep hair full. Secure with a clear elastic into a high ponytail. Twist the ponytail around itself and it will automatically create a pretty look. Secure with bobby pins.

Emilia Clarke As Holly Golightly — Get Her Look

In the Broadway show, she wears a deep side part with vintage 1940’s waves. Get her show look with these expert tips from Umberto Beverly Hills:

“Apply a drop of Roman Oil Serum to dry hair to smooth flyaways and eliminate frizz. After pinning hair, use Regular Hold Hairspray to keep strands in place, then Shimmer Shine Spray to add shine.”

Did you love Emilia’s hair at the Breakfast At Tiffany’s after party, HollywoodLifers?

– Dory Larrabee

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  3. Emilia Clarke: Holly Golightly in ‘Breakfast At Tiffany’s’ On Broadway — Get The Look

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