Celebrity Style

Oscars 2016: Emma Roberts' Parisian Loose Bun by Giannandrea

Jamie Newman | March 1, 2016 | 1:47 PM
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Emma Roberts' bun at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party was the perfect paradox of elegant and undone, put-together and effortless. 

Inspired by chic women in Paris, Giannandrea, International Creative Director for Macadamia Professional, created this look for Roberts. 

To get the look, first apply Macadamia Professional Blow Dry Lotion from mid-lengths to ends. Blowdry mid-sized sections with a small round brush, lifting the crown area up for extra volume. Direct bangs frontward and to the side for a side-swept look.

Then, make a messy, deep side part and keep any face-framing layers up front. Gently gather hair at the nape of the neck into a tight, small bun. Secure the bun with black pins, making sure the pins are visible. 


Spray Macadamia Professional Flex Hold Shaping Hairspray to secure the look and finish with a light mist of Macadamia Professional Weightless Moisture Dry Oil Micro Mist over the entire style to smooth frizz and add shine.


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