Hair Breakdown | SAG Award Nominee Julie Bowen


Celebrity Stylist Jill Crosby, from Cloutier Agency, shares her red carpet hairstyling secrets for actress Julie Bowen from this years SAG Awards. 

  1. To complement her beautiful beaded dress, I wanted to create an elegant and simple look. Starting with wet hair, I applied a volumising mousse and blew out using my T3 PROi Dryer and a round brush. I then created a deep side part. 

  2. Next, I prepped the hair with a small amount of oil and used the T3 SinglePass 2 flat iron to create lift at the root and a beautiful shine for a sleek look.

  3. I pulled the hair into a very low ponytail, keeping the left side tight to the side of the head and the right top bang out. To create a side sweep of her top bang, I quickly blew out with a round brush and pinned to the side while make-up was being applied.

  4. Because Julie’s hair is only chin length, I built her low chignon using hair extensions. I prepped the hair pieces with dry shampoo to provide more of a ‘grip’.

  5. I then rolled and pinned the extensions to her ponytail until I created the shape I wanted.

    Tip: I love to use matte bobby pins as they provide a better grip and don’t show! 

February 01, 2016 by T3 Haircare

Hair Breakdown | Golden Globe Winner, Rachel Bloom

Golden Globe Rachel Bloom

By Creighton Bowman, Celebrity Stylist, Tracey Mattingly Agency

To begin, I applied Volume Builder by Matrix from root to end and blew out the hair using the T3 PROi dryer.

I then created a deep side part, and using 2-inch vertical sections, I waved the entire head with the T3 Whirl Convertible Styling Iron.

For an undone textured look, I passed the T3 SinglePass 2 flat iron over large sections to give the hair a “next day” look.

Golden Globe Rachel Bloom

Hair Breakdown | Golden Globe Nominee, Sarah Hay

Golden Globe Sarah Hay

By Megan Lanoux, Celebrity Stylist, Exclusive Artists Agency

To begin, I prepped hair with a smoothing cream and sectioned in preparation for blow-drying with the T3 PROi Dryer. Once hair was dry, I used the T3 SinglePass 2 flat iron at the root, as I wanted it as smooth as possible before curling.

After sectioning the hair into 5 parts, I started at the nape of the neck, and curled the hair away from her face with the 1.5" barrel attachment of the T3 Whirl Convertible.

I pinned each curl to her head as I went, to allow for cooling. After 20 minutes, I unpinned the curls and brushed out the hair with a boar bristle brush to smooth and break-up the curl.

Golden Globe Sarah Hay

January 15, 2016 by T3 Haircare