Meghan braved the cold and rainy weather in New York City as she performed during Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade! Get her exact hairstyle below!
You know you have a good hairstylist when your strands still look amazing despite being outside in the rain and wind! Meghan Trainor rocked a flawless blowout during the Thanksgiving Day parade on Nov. 27 and we have her exact hair how to — and her miracle styling product that’s only $5.99!
Meghan Trainor’s Thanksgiving Beauty — Exact Hair How To
Celebrity hairstylist Natasha Leibel used Garnier products to weather proof Meghan’s hair. Natasha told HollywoodLife.com about the inspiration:
“We wanted to create a glamourous holiday look festive for the occasion, with a slight edge inspired by Garnier’s irreverent brand essence.”
The night before, Natasha applied Garnier Fructis Marvelous Oil Deep Nourish 5-Action Hair Elixir to Meghan’s dry hair. “With Meghan performing outside in New York’s cold, dry weather, I wanted to prep her hair the day before to create shiny, nourished strands.”
Sleeping with this lightweight oil is an amazing and affordable overnight mask!
Meghan Trainor’s Thanksgiving Hair — How To
On the morning of the parade, Natasha shampooed and conditioned Meghan’s hair and then used Garnier Fructis De-Constructed Beach Chic Texturizing Spray for body and texture. “Because, as you know, it’s All About That Bass!”
Natasha blow dried with her hands to create lift in the hair and then used a large round brush to section hair, and set each section with a clip.
Then she used Garnier Fructis Volumizing Anti-Humidity Hairspray over the clips to create waves.
Once hair was cool, Natasha took out the clips to reveal tons of body in her hair. Then Meghan flipped her hair over her head and Natasha used Garnier De-Constructed Texture Tease Dry Touch Finish Spray throughout the hair.
This ensured the texture and volume stayed during Meghan’s outside performance. She finished with Garnier Volumizing Anti-Humidity Hairspray to hold the look.
Did you love Meghan’s pretty blow out during the parade?
— Dory Larrabee-Zayas