Loved Corinne Bailey Rae, Rihanna and Adele’s Hair at the 2012 Grammy Awards? Recreate Their Looks with Tips from Ouidad Stylist Morgan Willhite

We’re a month away from Spring and what better way to kick it off than by trying a new hairstyle? Whether a night out or a new everyday ‘do calls for it, giving yourself a beauty boost is a great way to make that transition.

I know I wasn’t the only one who loved the hair at the 2012 Grammy Awards. Corinne’s always amazing curls, Rihanna’s new blonde locks and Adele’s classic Hollywood curls: all beautiful. I definitely want to try these looks for Spring and Ouidad Stylist Morgan Willhite is giving us the scoop on how to get their textured tresses. Get the tips below.

“Corinne Bailey Rae embraced her voluminous curls by pulling them together on one side, a great way for someone with a full head of thick curls to achieve a glamorous evening look. To replicate this look, first diffuse hair dry to get optimum volume and then brush smooth a section of the hair with a boar hair bristle brush and secure with two large bobby pins. Use the Ouidad Play Curl Volumizing Foam ($22) if you have fine or thin hair to give it some volume.”

“Rihanna opted for a ‘modern shag’ and proved that curly girls can rock bangs too. This style embraced her hair’s texture and color.  If you have wavy textured hair, this can be your new go to do!  A style like this is youthful, sexy and fun. Finish this look with the new Ouidad Climate Control Frizz and Flyaway Fighter ($22) to keep flyaways and frizz in check.”

“Adele went with smooth 50’s waves reminiscent of Marilyn Monroe. With her flawless fair skin, her soft waves suited her perfectly.  Her style can easily be achieved on all hair textures, from limp and straight to kinky and curly. First blow dry hair smooth, then use patterned rollers to achieve the desired look and finish with the Ouidad Shine Glaze Serum ($20) to give hair that polished sheen without a weighty or sticky feel.”

Visit www.ouidad.com for more information.

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