Dianna Agron Vs. Emma Roberts: Romantic Updo Hair Battle

Tue, May 21, 2013 1:03pm EST by 1 Comment
Emma Roberts Glamour These Girls

Dianna and Emma both rocked romantic, retro updos at ‘Glamour’ mag’s ‘These Girls’ presentation in New York City on May 20. Which look do you prefer?

Dianna Agron and Emma Roberts both looked gorgeous for Glamour magazine’s event at Joe’s Pub in New York on May 20. We chatted with Dianna’s hairstylist so you can get her exact look! Plus, tell us which beauty look you prefer below!

Emma Roberts At ‘Glamour’s These Girls’ Event — Get Her Look

Emma wore a pretty ballerina bun in her hair, black mascara and a pretty pink lip gloss. Her porcelain skin looked flawless with an extremely subtle hint of blush.

Dianna Agron’s Sexy Hair — Get Her Retro Twist

Celebrity stylist Devin Toth for ted gibson NYC styled Dianna for Glamour magazine’s “These Girls” presentation at Joe’s Pub.

To get her sexy and sophisticated French twist, Devin started by giving her a blowout, using Build It Blow Drying Agent and a medium size round brush for maximum volume at the roots.

After creating a deep side part, he curled one inch sections of hair with a large curling iron. “This added some definition and elegance to the style.” Devin told HollywoodLife.com.

Using his fingers, he gathered hair back, away from her face to make the pretty French twist.

“The key to this style is to use a workable hairspray. I used Beautiful Hold Hairspray to help me shape and control the hairstyle without making it too stiff to touch.” Once the twist was in place, he secured with a few hair pins and finished the look with more Beautiful Hold hairspray.

Which beauty look do you like best, HollywoodLifers? Vote below.

– Dory Larrabee

More Dianna Agron Beauty News:

  1. Dianna Agron’s Super Sleek Bob: How To Get The Exact Look From Her Stylist
  2. Dianna Agron’s Retro Hair & Makeup: Get The Look
  3. Dianna Agron Is This Week’s Red Carpet Winner: Get Her Makeup Look

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