Emma Stone’s Easy, Breezy Hair At ‘The Croods’ — Get Her Exact Look

Tue, March 19, 2013 10:04am EST by Add first Comment
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Emma Stone’s hair looked effortlessly cool at ‘The Croods’ premiere in New York on March 10. Hairstylist Mara Roszak tells you how to get the exact look below!

Emma Stone, 24, always looks great on the red carpet and we especially loved her romantic braid at the AMC Loews Lincoln Square 13 theater on March 10. Wearing a Lanvin dress and luxe false lashes, Emma’s hair really brought her look together. Celeb hairstylist Mara Roszak used Moroccanoil products to make Emma’s hair red carpet worthy and shares her expert tips below!

Emma Stone’s Pretty Braided Updo — Get Her Exact Look

“Emma’s look was fresh and fun, from the bow on her dress to her layered jewelry. I decided to create a textured updo that wasn’t overly serious and had a loose, comfortable feeling,” Mara tells HollywoodLife.com. 

Here’s how to get the exact look:

“I first applied Moroccanoil Curl Control Mousse to Emma’s damp hair and rough dried. This helped lock in moisture and ensured a smooth, soft definition to her waves.

Using a 1” curling iron, I touched up her natural texture, rotating the barrel in the direction of the wave.

I braided one side back and pinned it in place. On the other, I twisted the hair back, pinned it, and continued twisting and pinning sections until all of her hair was up. I allowed some pieces to fall free and softly frame her face.

I then sprayed Moroccanoil Luminous Hairspray Strong on my fingertips and lightly rubbed it into the pieces to separate and create a bit of texture.

To finish, I sprayed Moroccanoil Luminous Hairspray Medium all over to ensure a natural-looking hold,” explains Mara.

Do YOU love Emma’s romantic braided updo, HollywoodLifers?

– Dory Larrabee

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