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The star gave her new fringe an edgy spin thanks to stylist Renato Campora, who snipped choppy imperfect bangs, then prepped her hair with Vidal Sassoon Pro Series Mega Firm Hold gel (to fight frizz and keep her style locked in), before twisting her locks back and securing them at the base of her neck.
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mane man Peter Butler didn’t want to fight with that gorgeous red Givenchy gown to be the focal point, so he created a soft updo by twisting a side-parted fishtail into a chignon. To add some texture, he misted her hair with Leonor Greyl Laque Souple. (And he actually confessed to re-coiffing the star three times, saying the “third time was the charm!”)
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According to Mara Roszak, who styled the star, “Michelle wore a one-of-a-kind gown by [Rosie Assoulin], so I chose to highlight the classic dress by creating an effortless bun parted in the middle for a cool, modern feel.” The secret to keeping every hair (and that Ana Khouri tiara) in place all night long? A blast of L’Oréal Paris Advanced Hairstyle Lock It Weather Control hair spray.
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While this style isn’t exactly groundbreaking for , it’s still worth seeing from all angles just because it’s so freaking pretty. Her stylist Kylee Heath started with squeaky-clean hair (she shampooed with Head & Shoulders Smooth & Silky), blow-dried with a round boar-bristle brush, then added a slight bend to the front layers with a curling iron.