2014 GOLDEN GLOBES: Robin Wright by Paul Norton

By Chandler Rollins | 01/13/2014 9:11:00 AM


click image to zoomRobin Wright | Photography: Jeff Vespa | WireImage

On the Golden Globes red carpet, House of Cards actress and winner Robin Wright rocked a hairstyle that combined uptown panache with downtown edge, courtesy of celebrity stylist Paul Norton. Norton reveals that Joico hair products served as his “power tools,” enabling him to get Wright ready and into the limo in record time!

“I was inspired by Robin’s dress,” says Norton. “It was a beautiful, sparkling, nude Reem Acra gown.” To achieve the look, he prepped damp hair with Joico Smooth Cure Shampoo and Conditioner to control flyaways and keep hair “high-def worthy.”


STEP 1: After a quick trim to freshen her undercut, he applied Joico’s JoiWhip firm-hold design foam and blew the hair dry with a small Mason Pearson brush.

STEP 2: Next, he applied Joico Texture Boost dry spray wax to select sections throughout the hair lengths and began pinching and directing the hair forward. In the fringe area, he swept the hair to one side, exposing the cropped side.

“This gives the hair a nice edge, while keeping it super sexy and alluring with bangs that cascade over the brows,” says Norton. For long-lasting, yet touchable hold and a mega boost of shine.

STEP 3: Norton finished the hair with a final mist of finishing hair spray.







ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Chandler Rollins

Chandler Rollins, Associate Editor | Modern Salon | Salon Today | First Chair

Since October 2013, Chandler has worked at Modern Salon Media producing print and online content. For MODERN SALON magazine, she contributes to the Style Watch, Ask the Experts, Modern Man, Face and Body, Product Spotlight and Goods. On modernsalon.com, Chandler assists with posting blogs and articles, the Product section and product reviews.

You can contact Chandler on Google+ or through email at crollins@modernsalon.com


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