Demi Lovato slayed the red carpet at Sunday’s Billboard Music Awards in a sheer animal-print Dior gown with a plunging neckline and a thigh-bearing slit. Exuding confidence, the singer chose to go with an 80’s inspired slicked back hair ‘do. Celebrity stylist, César DeLeön Ramiêrz, created a “glossy healthy moisture rich look” for the evening, playing with texture and body. César shares his step-by-step secrets with Beauty Undercover below:
César prepped Demi’s hair with BioSilk Hydrating Therapy Moisturizing Shampoo and Conditioner. On toweled dried hair, he evenly applied BioSilk Silk Therapy Beach Texture Spray for body and texture. With a flat brush and the BioSilk Titanium Blow Dryer he directed all the hair back and away from the face for “controlled volume and to create a tousled slick back look.” Once hair was dried, he layered BioSilk Style Glazing Gel in small sections from the bottom to the top of the head and brushed each section back. While applying the gel, he set the hair “with its natural texture in clips to create the ultimate wave,” then used the diffuser to dry on low hear. Once dried and set, César removed the clips and finished the look with BioSilk Silk Therapy Finishing Spray.
Millions of onlookers cheered as Prince Harry married his American love, Meghan Markle, Saturday morning at St. George’s Chapel of Windsor Castle. The newly-named Duke and Duchess of Sussex beamed as they exchanged vows. Dressed in an elegant white gown of double-bonded silk cady, designed by Clare Waight Keller for Givenchy (see below), the Duchess’s veil featured distinctive flora embroidery, representing the 53 Commonwealth Countries, secured by Queen Mary’s diamond bandeau tiara.
Ms. Markle’s hair was styled by Serge Normant, with make-up by long-time friend and make-up artist Daniel Martin. “I was really flattered to know that I was going to be a guest at the wedding and to be able to share this incredible moment with her,” Martin said on Friday’s episode of ABC’s 20/20. “I didn’t assume anything, [so] when I got the invitation, of course, I was flattered and so stoked.” Martin gave Markle a smokey eye, with luscious lashes, and completely the look with a girlish peachy-pink lip. Foundation was light, as not to cover Markle’s freckles, and the future Duchess enjoyed a beautiful bridal glow.
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