At the Third Person premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival, celebrity hairstylist Mara Roszak was in no mood to wait until Spring 2014 to try this look on Mila Kunis. Inspired by Mila's white Burberry dress, a centre-parted low pony only seemed fitting for the dress's deep V and sexy silhouette. To get this look, Roszak started by prepping Mila's hair with L'Oreal Elnett Heat Protect Spray. After blowing Mila's hair dry with a round brush, Roszak then created a middle part, teasing at the crown for volume. Next, Roszak sectioned the hair at the ears, pulling the back portion into a low ponytail. To make this look perfect, Roszak pulled Mila's sides back, wrapped them around the pony, and secured with bobby pins for a high-on-glamour finish.
To create Lily's shiny curls, Roszak first prepped her damp hair with mousse before rough-drying her hair. Next, she curled sections of Lily's hair with a 3/4-inch curling iron towards her face and set the look with pin curls. "The key is to create the perfect S wave in front of the face by manipulating the hair with a comb and pinning in place," Roszak explained. "Once the head was set, I sprayed all over with L'Oréal Extra Strong Hold Elnett Hairspray like Elnett Satin Supreme Hold Volume Hairspray ($3.99)." Lily completed the glamorous look with equally stunning makeup. She focused on a bright purple lipstick hue, balancing out the look with her signature bold brows and a silvery smoky eye complete with winged eyeliner.
To finish the look, she set everything with Elnett Strong Hold Hairspray like Elnett Extreme Hold Hairspray ($9.99). "Once the hair was all dry I unclipped the hair and gently brushed out the bottom of the hair for a soft waved look and sprayed with hair spray again." Roszak added a modern element to the look with pins. "With long black bobby pins, I created a slightly staggered look around the head, allowing the style to stay flat to the head, and also [created] a modern accessory with exposed bobby pins." She gave the hair one last does of shine with Moroccanoil Glimmer Shine Spray ($34.50) all over her head. Lily finished the look with flirty lashes and a bold red lipstick that matched her dress.
Zoe Saldana stepped, or should we say skipped, out in Berlin in this delightful Calvin Klein Collection ensemble yesterday. She was on press tour duty for Star Trek Into Darkness, joining co-stars Zachary Quinto and Alice Eve for the photocall in the German capital. Shirking off the traditionally staid vibe that a charcoal two-piece brings, Zoe — or should we say her stylist Mara Roszak, put a playful spin on things via this pleated skirt and crop-top combo. A pair of cut-out Jimmy Choo suede ankle booties and a bejewelled headpiece by Jennifer Behr (which, btw, you can still buy) finished off her femme look. We thought it was worth zooming in on, so step inside to see it up close, and from all the angles.
For the premiere of The Words, Zoe Saldana looked effortlessly sexy with red lipstick, heavy winged eyeliner, and a low ponytail. Inspired by Zoe's coquettish Ellie Saab dress, stylist Mara Roszak opted for an undone ponytail to complement the rest of Zoe's ensemble. Her look is easy to get at home, all you need mousse and hairspray!
Mara started by evenly applying John Frieda's Frizz-Ease Curl Reviver Styling Mousse on Zoe's towel-dried hair to build texture. Then, she braided Zoe's hair and left it until it was completely dry to achieve a natural, wavy texture. After the hair was completely dry, Mara broke up the waves and teased the roots.
To create the undone style, she pulled hair from each side of Zoe's face to the back of the head, allowing the sections to overlap, pinned them, and continued down the head until Zoe's hair was wrapped into a ponytail shape. A quick mist of John Frieda's Frizz-Ease Firm-Hold Hair Spray kept the look mussy yet polished.
At the Do Something Awards yesterday, Nikki Reed showcased just how much an up 'do can enhance your hair's texture and colour — real or not. All it takes is two mattifying products, some hairpins, and about five minutes of your time. Get the complete low-down below.
- Celebrity stylist Mara Roszak began by parting Nikki's dry strands straight down the middle, spritzing a texturiser, Bumble and Bumble Surf Spray ($44), all throughout.
- To add more texture, she then twisted the front sections of Nikki's hair, pinned them in place, and allowed them to dry.
- For even more fluff, Roszak applied a dry shampoo all over. To finish, she pulled the remaining hair low to one side, twisting it into a loose bun. After pinning in place, she then allowed a few pieces of Nikki's hair to fall out around her face for perfectly undone results.
When you're hot, you're hot, and right now, Emma Stone is on fire. At the LA premiere of The Amazing Spider-Man, Emma, dressed in a white and pink Chanel frock, looked radiant, almost ethereal, wearing black and white eye makeup — Revlon ColorStay crème gel eyeliner in Black ($24.95) and Chanel Illusion d'Ombre in Fantasme ($48) — with just a hint of pink on her cheeks and lips. "I wanted Emma's makeup to be effortless and elegant," said makeup artist Rachel Goodwin.
The same mind-set rang true when it came to Emma's hairstyle. Celebrity stylist Mara Roszak for Moroccanoil explained, "I felt it should play against the dress and look sleek in an effortless, textured way." To do this, Roszak spritzed Moroccanoil Luminous Hair Spray in Strong ($34.95) on Emma's blow-dried strands. She then pulled Emma's hair back low at the nape, twisted it into a knot, and tucked the ends under. A Cartier diamond brooch was attached at the back for a chic finish.
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Zoe Saldana walked the red carpet for the premiere of her new action flick Colombiana wearing a stunning, custom-made Balmain gown — and her minimal makeup and casual-chic hairstyle were a perfect balance to the ornate frock. Zoe's hairstylist Mara Roszak opted for a low, simple ponytail, artfully embellished with a chain.
First, Roszak applied Josie Maran Organic Argan Oil to Zoe's damp hair, then blow-dried it straight. Next, she sprayed the hair with Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray and added a bit of Oribe Pomade for a more natural, rough texture.
Roszak gathered Zoe's hair into a low, loose ponytail, twisting the sides back and securing with an elastic band. She wrapped a piece of hair around the elastic, along with a small piece of chain (even an old necklace will do!) and secured by crisscrossing bobby pins through it. Finally, she set the look by spraying Leonor Greyl Voluforme Setting Spray.
Friends With Benefits star Mila Kunis is glowing on the August cover of Flare magazine, shot in soft, romantic lighting by fashion photographer Tony Duran. Her beauty look was courtesy of Mara Roszak and Tracey Levy, the team that created her retro up 'do and neutral makeup palette for the 2011 Oscars. Mila's long and lustrous locks were blow-dried straight with extra volume added to her fringe, causing it to drape over her left eye. For her smouldering makeup look, Tracey opted for a subtle nude lipstick and a water-lined eyeliner teamed with a smoky eye in shades of soft beige, pale pinks and plum. What do you think of Mila's latest cover?
Celebrity hairstylist Mara Roszak was Mila Kunis' mane girl last night, creating the Black Swan actress' super-shiny curls. First up, Roszak applied TRESemmé 24 Hour Body Amplifying Mousse ($7.95) to Mila's wet hair. After parting it slightly off-centre, she then blew it dry with a medium-sized round brush. Next, Roszak sectioned off the hair, and used a one-inch barrel curling iron. When finished, she broke up the curls with her fingertips to create those stunning, effortless waves. Lastly, Mila's hair was sprayed all over with TRESemmé Extra Hold Hairspray ($7.95) to ensure that her chic style would last throughout the night. Voilà. Easy as.