Saturday, February 20, 2010

Sebastian & Stila for Betsey Johnson Fall 2010


The beauty look at Betsey Johnson on Sunday was inspired by the “sexy cowgirls” in the 1971 French western “Les P├ętroleuses,” or “Petroleum Girls,” which starred Brigitte Bardot. The makeup was done by Sarah Lucero for Stila and the hair by Thomas Dunkin, who led the Sebastian Professional Stylist Design Team.

Dunkin used some of my favorite hairsprays like Sebastian Re-Shaper. He also used a lot of the new Volupt spray, made for blowing in big volume.

The Hair Look:

For a windblown, cowgirl look that's playful and sexy, Sebastian Professional lead stylist Thomas Dunkin suggests the following steps:

-Generously spray Sebastian Professional Volupt Spray throughout damp hair for workable volume and texture.
-Blow dry hair and set it with medium and large-sized Velcro rollers for height and body.
-Once the hair has cooled, remove the rollers and lightly cover hair with Shaper Zero Gravity to create added texture and separation.
-Create authentic cowgirl flair by separating hair into two loose, tousled pigtails and decorate them with torn fabric or thin leather ties. Finish with Re-Shaper.


How to Get the Look with Sebastian Professional:

Thomas Dunkin suggests combining stylers that work together to create volume and texture. Try:
-Volupt Spray - Volume-Building Spray-Gel ($19.95)

-Shaper Zero Gravity - Dry, Brushable, Lightweight Control Hairspray ($15.95)
-Re-Shaper - Brushable Humidity-Resistant Strong Hold Hairspray ($16.50)

For more information, visit sebastianprofessional.com.

Stila has put together the set of 3 eyeshadows used to make the smoky eye on it's website to buy. Here's more on the look :

Products used :


· Stila Eye Shadow in Chinois
· Stila Eye Shadow in Ebony
· Stila Eye Shadow in Espresso
· Stila Convertible Color in Gerbera
· Stila One Step Makeup




photos: Sebastian and Style.com

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