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Chloë Moretz at the Billboard Music Awards

Jan Hillenmeyer | May 23, 2013 | 7:51 AM

Chloë Moretz at the Billboard Music AwardsActress Chloë Moretz was a presenter at the 2013 Billboard Music Awards where she walked the red carpet in gown of geometric lines softened by the simple natural beauty of her long blonde hair. Stylist Rob Talty of Magnet Agency used René Furterer products to create her look.

“Chloë’s look is all about gorgeous and effortless shine. She’s young and cool and I wanted to keep that overall fresh feeling with her hair as well,” says Talty.

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Wash hair with René Furterer OKARA Light Activating Shampoo and condition with René Furterer Repairing After-Sun Mask.

Spray hair with René Furterer Fioravanti Shine Enhancing No-Rinse Detangling Spray followed by René Furterer OKARA Light Activating Leave-In Fluid to add radiance and shine.

Apply a small amount of René Furterer Vegetal Mousse at the roots and blow dry each section with a T3 Evolution Long Life blow dryer and a round brush.

Make a center part and continue blow drying hair forward to ensure extra shine and softness at the ends.

“By lightly flicking the ends of each section back with a small Mason Pearson brush, I was able to create a soft frame around Chloë’s beautiful heart-shaped face,” says Talty.

Finish the style with a flat iron to add some movement to the hair.

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