“When I saw Kristen’s Chanel suit, I immediately looked at references of Betty Grable, Rita Hayworth, Bettie Page, and those famous victory rolls that framed their faces for inspiration. Kristen embodies individuality, independence, strength and authenticity, and the definition of this iconic style was the reminder of strength and determination. Rosie the Riveter was a reference in my mind, as well as the impact and symbol of women’s independence,” says celebrity hairstylist Adir Abergel.
To create this style, Abergel first saturated the hair with Virtue Volumizing Primer from roots to mid shaft to create memory and hold, followed by Virtue Healing Oil to protect, mend and add shine from the mid-lengths to the ends.
Next, he blow-dried the hair using his Ibiza round brush, and carved out the hair for the bangs, creating a V shape right in the front of the hairline. Then clipped away the bangs and curled the rest of her hair with a 0.25-inch curling iron, adding a few longer extensions—Extensionology Tape In Extensions—to add length, and pulled the hair into a high ponytail. To finish the look, Abergel rolled the V-shape faux bangs into a classic pin-up bang.
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