Hair by Marc Anthony Hair Care
Eleven days of film, fashion and hair at the 36th Annual Toronto International Film Festival. Taking cue from the ever chic celebrities’ personalities and wardrobes, Marc Anthony stylists created hair that was truly individual. We wanted hair that was much like the vibe of Toronto itself – both glam and relaxed at once. Here are five favorite styles directly from Marc Anthony’s International Styling Team and how to get the looks.
Juno Temple – Modern Brigitte Bardot
We used a bit of Dream Waves Beach Spray to start, adding a bit of texture. Next we sprayed Pro Finish Ultimate Hold Hairspray all over. We took large uneven sections and loosely wrapped them around a big barrel curling iron (in alternating directions) and let them fall loosely when finished. Dropping the curl at the crown area gave this look a natural finish.
Once all hair was curled running Moisture Gloss Diamond Shine Finishing Glosser through with fingertips broke it up to give it a messy sexy finish.
Mira Sorvino – Sleek Blowout
We decided to do a simple blow out with a medium round natural bristle brush. Before blowing out, adding some Instantly Thick Hair Thickening Cream just on the roots created some volume on top.
When each section of hair was dry, we rolled it up into a ‘roller’ shape and pinned it in place – this allowed the hair to set slightly giving it a little volume and longer staying power.
After removing the pins we added a small amount of Hair Thickening Cream on our fingertips and ran it through the hair for a natural finish.
Robin Wright – Short Polish
This cut manages to be short and long in feeling at the same time. We added Hair Thickening Cream all over and then used our fingers to dry it roughly so that the finished look had a sexy natural feeling.
Analeigh Tipton – Messy Bun
This look could be full, smooth or textured; however you like it. First we curled the hair loosely by wrapping it around a large barrel curling iron. Mismatched sections worked because we wanted the look to have a very natural finish.
Once it was all waved we separated the hair from ear to ear at the crown level to create two sections. Gathering the bottom section at the back, we made a loose bun. The idea was to focus on shape more so than the hair, so once happy with the shape we began to pin.
To blend the front section we pulled it back to meet the bun, pinned it in place and sprayed with Pro Finish for hold. We blended the loose bits into the bun without much worry for pieces of hair that drifted since this looked best with a good level of messy.
Brie Larson – Pretty Twist
We began by spraying hair with Pro Finish all over. Then we took a medium barrel curling iron and curled the hair in random sized sections to keep it natural looking.
We gathered and pinned the hair into a messy twist but did not tuck in the left over top piece. Instead we left it out and worked the loose waves into a soft top, pinning it in place. Pro Finish then set the look for all night Red Carpet glam.