Walking down the red carpet is hard enough when the weather is good, but add some rain and it becomes even harder. Stars who walked the red carpet at the 2010 Golden Globes braved the rainy weather at the suspense of their outfits and hairstyles. Some celebrities, such as Leona Lewis and Emily Blunt, enlisted the help of Laini Reeves to help tame their frizz-prone hair. Reeves used her secret weapon, LIVING PROOF NO FRIZZ to ensure frizz free, gorgeous hair for both stars.
For best actress nominee, Emily Blunt, Reeves used NO FRIZZ, WAVE SHAPING CREAM FOR MEDIUM TO THICK HAIR ($24) to Emilyâ€™s freshly cut, wt hair to prevent frizzing. To add wave and body to Emilyâ€™s hair Reeves added a bit of LIVING PROOF FULL ($24). Reeves finished Emilyâ€™s look with a curling iron and flat iron
For Leona, Lewis who was nominated for best original song, â€œI Want to Come Homeâ€ from Avatar, Reeves created a romantic down-do that was inspired by her glamorous purple dress.
Since Leonaâ€™s hair is extremely thick, it styles better if itâ€™s not freshly washed. Reeves used NO FRIZZ STRAIGHT MAKING SPRAY ($24)Â on her dry hair, to prevent fly-aways and prevent frizzing in the rain. Reeves then finished off Leonaâ€™s hair with a curling iron and flat iron.
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