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HOW-TO: Sleek Look for Olivia Wilde

Jan Hillenmeyer | December 5, 2012 | 8:44 AM

Celebrity stylist David Babaii created a simple, sleek and perfectly straight look for Olivia Wilde for her red-carpet appearance at the Hollywood premiere of Deadfall. Her beautiful, rich brunette tresses withstood a rainy night.

“The right products and straightening techniques make it easy to have your client keep that just out of the salon look,” Babaii says.

HOW-TO: Sleek Look for Olivia WildeGET THE LOOK: Using his arsenal of It&ly Hair Fashion products, Babaii applied Pure Water Drops serum to tame frizz and create extreme shine.

After blow drying hair with a round brush until completely dry and straight, Babaii used the It&ly Hair Fashion Italian Racing Red 2-inch Digital Iron for maximum smoothness.

Taking small, thin sections, he applied and combed in It&ly’s Pure Texture before running the iron through each section.  This step creates a long- lasting finish and combats moisture and humidity.

Babaii created additional interest with a side part and finished with It&ly’s Pure Definition Hair Spray.

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