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The Emmys: Ellie Kemper's Sleek '60s Style, Hair by @ChristianMarc

Anne Moratto | September 20, 2016 | 2:14 PM
Photo By Photos from @christianmarc

At last night's Emmy Awards, Ellie Kemper was nominated for her role in The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt.  Christian Marc (@christianmarc) was the artist behind her red carpet hair, which had a '60s vibe and was pulled together with product from UNITE


  1. Prepped hair using the Unite 7Seconds Leave-In Detangler and added Blow&Set Lotion throughout her hair before blow drying. 
  2. When halfway dry,  used the Unite Boosta Spray in her roots to create volume and texture.
  3. Once the blowout was finished,  sectioned the hair with a low side part, slick on the side using Unite Blow&Set Lotion.
  4. For the finishing touch, used the Unite Texturiza Spray to add more volume and control.
  5. To set the hairstyle, used Unite MaxControl Spray. Finished off the look with 7Seconds Glossing Spray before she left for the red carpet.”


Photo by @christianmarc

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