Hair Breakdown | SAG Award Nominee Julie Bowen

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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
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