Kate Bosworth always turns heads on the red carpet and we’re not just talking about her killer fashion sense. This #ModayMUSE we’re having a flashback of Kate’s effortless updo in 2010 at the 27th Annual Night of Starts at Cipriani, Wall Street.
But one thing we loved even more then her neon orange Prozena Schouler T-shirt dress, how DIY’able this distressed updo is! Stylist Marshall Lin of the Frédéric Fekkai Salon in New York City, breaks down how he created Kate’s style—and how you can get it at home.
Start with volumizing spray: First, use a lifting hairspray on on half-dry hair
Diffuse and add texture: Blow-dry hair with a diffuser for added volume.Use a classic brush to comb the hair all over to create texture. Fluff with your fingers. Massage the scalp with your fingertips to create more body
Create a low chignon: Make an off-center ponytail at the nape of your neck and wrap up the loose hair in a messy bun, securing it with a few bobby pins.
Loosen up: Once the bun is secure, pull out a few strands framing the face for that subtly untamed look that Lin was going for: “High fashion, but still wearable.”