Get The Look: Gina Rodriguez’s Hair At The Grammys

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The Grammy’s, also known as “music’s biggest night,” brought out some of the most memorable fashion moments of the 2015 awards season so far this past weekend. The show has a

Gina Rodriguez on the Grammy red carpet

Gina Rodriguez on the Grammy red carpet

history being just a little bit more sexy, glamorous, and edgy when it comes to fashion choices than other awards shows.

Recent Golden Globe winner and Jane the Virgin actress Gina Rodriguez was one of the presenters at this year’s Grammys. For the night she upped the sexy and brought out her inner diva with her form fitting gown and full bodied tresses.

The genius behind Gina’s amazing tresses was Celebrity hairstylist Paul Norton.

“Gina’s form fitting low cut gown made me instantly want to see her hair down with a wild, fuller, more ‘disco’ kind of curl. So I instantly invoked the diva’s from Studio 54,” Norton said.

Norton shared his process for achieving Gina’s look, which is sure to be a great addition to every girl’s arsenal of hair tricks. This look is especially perfect for those days you are looking to give your hair some fullness and a little extra va va voom, and who does not need that?

4How to get Gina Rodriguez’s hair look:

  1. Paul started the process by blowing Gina’s hair out with a cocktail of Joico JoiWhip and Joico Heat Set with a round brush until fully dry.
  2. Next he took sections starting from the bottom to the top and sprayed each section with Joico IronClad to protect the hair from the heat.
  3.  He then took one inch sections again starting from the bottom and used a 3/4 size Marcel iron and wrapped each section leaving the ends out. This is what “gives a more edgy modern vibe to this studio 54 inspired look,” says Paul.
  4. Once the entire head was curled, he used his fingers to comb through the hair and break up the curls and bring them to life. “Once the curls started to ignite, I then had Gina flip her head upside down and sprayed an ample amount of Joico Flip Turn to insure the fullness and longevity of the style,” says Paul.
  5. For a volume in the top section Paul took horizontal sections and back-combed them at the roots to balance out the look.
  6. Once done, Paul suggests taking a step back to see if there are any areas that needed a little extra detail. If there are switch to a one-inch Marcel iron and take random two-inch sections throughout the hair, and wrapping them around the iron and curl them in the opposite direction of the existing curls. According to Paul, this really helps amp up the texture.
  7. Paul’s new favorite weapon is Joico’s all new Hair Shake that is not even out on the market yet. He uses this to on the entire head and then scrunches sections in his hands, “to give it a nice sexy messiness!” he says.
  8. Lastly, he seals the deal with a final spray of Joico Flip Turn to keep the looking amazing all night long.

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