MET BALL 2014: Sarah Silverman Ornate Bun How-To

By Lauren Quick | 05/06/2014 10:46:00 AM

 

Sarah Silverman was once, twice, three times a lady at the 2014 Met Ball. Nothing says "elegance" like a sleek bun. Celestine Agency Stylist Brett Freedman shares how he styled  Silverman's hair.

click image to zoomLarry Busacca/Getty ImagesComedian Sarah Silverman attends the "Charles James: Beyond Fashion" Costume Institute Gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 5, 2014 in New York City. (Photo by Larry Busacca/Getty Images) GET THE LOOK

STEP 1: Start with wet hair. Prep hair with Paul Mitchell mousse from root to ends to give hair texture/grip, then use a bit of Sebastian Professional Cellophanes Clear on the ends to seal and add shine.

STEP 2: Blow dry the hair using a T3 Anti-Gravity 2.5-inch Barrel Brush and T3 Evolution LongLife Dryer. Go section by section, up and away from the face in order for hair to be sleek but maintain body.

STEP 3: Once dry, use T3 Voluminous Hot Rollers to add volume and to create bend at the ends. This ensures that when styling the woven bun, hair will bend naturally into place with fewer flyaways.

STEP 4: After about 30 minutes, rollers should be cool. Brush out hair with a T3 Paddle Brush.

STEP 5: Create a deep side part using hte T3 Rat Tail Comb and comb the hair toward the nape of the neck.

STEP 6: Tilt the head (chin up) to gather the hair at the nape of the neck securely with a black CyndiBands elastic hair tie.

STEP 7: Once secured, wrap the hair up and around. Secure with pins until an ornate bun is created.

STEP 8: Finish the look with a bit of Freeze It hairspray and lightly press the flat end of the rat tail comb against any flyaways.

 

 

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Lauren Quick

Lauren Quick, Assistant Editor for Modern Salon | Salon Today | First Chair

Lauren has been Assistant Editor since January 2014. Lauren attended the University of Missouri School of Journalism and is an avid Tigers fan. Her emphasis area was magazine journalism, specifically editing, and she obtained minors in sociology and Spanish. Lauren was a department and web editor for Vox magazine and a reporter for the Columbia Missourian newspaper before she worked at Modern Salon.

She grew up in Springfield, Mo., and now lives in the Chicago area with her wheaten terrier, Lucy. You can e-mail Lauren at lquick@vancepublishing.com or connect on Google+.

 


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