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Game of Thrones' Rose Leslie's Premiere Updo

Lauren Salapatek | April 4, 2013 | 11:51 AM

Game of Thrones' Rose Leslie's Premiere UpdoRose Leslie, John Snow's potential new love interest on the HBO series Game of Thrones, wore her red hair pinned up into an upstyle for the season premiere event in Hollywood recently. MODERN caught up with stylist Mirza Batanovic, Eufora Global Educator, who provided us a step-by-step for the look. "If you have naturally curly hair, skip the blow dry! Allow your hair to dry naturally and use a boar bristle brush to brush it out when dry. Then add Eufora Pure Polish and do the sections the same way. By using your natural texture the updo will look effortless and save you time." Try the style below.

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STEP 1: Blow dry hair and use Eufora's Formation Mousse for natural volume and texture.

STEP 2: Split the hair up into six sections starting with a middle part from front hairline to nape. Then split those two halves into three sections on each side - three on the right three on the left. 

STEP 3: Spray Eufora's Details Dry Spray Wax to add definition and texture, without weight, and to control fly-aways. 

STEP 4: Take one section at a time (starting in the back at nape) and spray it with Eufora's Details; rake through hair with fingers and twist the ends until the hair coils onto itself; once that happens pin that section in the middle back of the head and secure.

STEP 5: Repeat step 4 on every section, always pinning the twists close together. Once all of the hair is secured, take a soft bristle brush and run it across the top of the head from side to side to create a messy texture on top and Spray with Eufora's Elevate Finishing Spray or Illuminate Shine Mist.

For more information about the products, visit www.eufora.net.

Game of Thrones' Rose Leslie's Premiere Updo

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