Wearing a soft, champagne-colored Versace gown, she looked red-carpet perfect.
The “Conviction” actress’ gorgeous hair was designed by leading Hollywood stylist, Robert Vetica, who was inspired by the sensual lines of her dress and the hairstyles of iconic 60’s Hollywood siren and Bond girl, Ursula Andress.
Vetica shared how he created the beautiful look:
“I started by blow-drying Hilary’s hair using Moroccanoil Treatment to instantly condition, bring any dry ends back to life and make her hair easier to style. It also gave the hair a brilliant, natural-looking shine.
After the hair was dried, I did a full head set by curling 1” by 1” sections of hair, starting at the nape of the neck, then pinned to the head. These were real,full base curls, not spiral curls. I continued section by section until I reached the crown, then finished the sides and top of the head. When I finished, it had the look of a 60’s roller set, which could have been done using hot rollers.
I gave the set a good spray of Moroccanoil Luminous Hairspray and let it sit for 20 minutes, to insure a good, healthy-looking set.
To finish, I removed the set and gave it a good brushing. Next, I took a small amount of Moroccanoil Hydrating Styling Cream to give the hair a touch of weight and ensure body.
I then gave the hair a good backcombing at the root and sprayed again. I brushed out most of the backcombing except at the crown, running my fingers through the hair to loosen it up. I then backcombed a bit more at the crown, gave it another spray and lightly brushed over the top.
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