Get The Look: Olivia Munn’s Hair At The American Cinematheque Awards

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It has been quite busy in Hollywood with award show nominations coming out, which remind us award season is just around the corner. To kick off the busiest time in Hollywood, The Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles hosted the 27th American Cinematheque Awards honoring Jerry Bruckheimer on Thursday, December 12.

The stars came out for the event and dressed to the nines for the red carpet. One particularly memorable look of the night was Olivia Munn, who looked elegant and sexy. Her look for the night included a gorgeous black and white patterned high slit dress, gold and black strappy pumps, bold red lips, and sleek yet voluminous hair.

To get the secret to Olivia’s beautiful hair, we went to the source celebrity stylist, Mika Fowler. Mika Fowler is responsible for some of the best hair cuts and styles on Hollywood’s leading ladies. She shared the secrets of what she did to achieve Olivia’s look, which will be great for the Christmas and New Year’s parties coming up this season.

To recreate Olivia’s look, follow these easy steps:

First, blow dry your hair straight with a large round brush to give your hair volume at the roots. As a reminder from Mika, ladies don’t forget to use a thermal protectant spray so you don’t damage your lovely locks.

Next, spray your hair with a holding spray and gather your hair into 1 inch sections. Curl the ends up to the mid point of your hair with a 1¼ inch barrel curling iron. This creates a soft bounce and cascading wave effect. To make this look modern, you want to make a deep part in your hair. Brush the hair lightly to separate the curls.

Joico Power Spray

Finally, finish the style off using Joico’s Power Spray, which will give you that perfect weightless hold that will get you through the night looking flawless.

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