It's hard to believe that Scarlett Johansson is going through the sting of a divorce. Last night at the Golden Globe Awards she looked stunning in a blush-toned Ellie Saab gown and her hair was a picture of 1940's perfection. Styled by Robert Vetica for Moroccanoil, together they decided on an elegant, soft updo, with Van Cleef & Arpels diamond and platinum brooches.
Robert began by blow‐drying Scarlett's hair with Moroccanoil Treatment (£29.85) for shine and flexibility. He directed the hair away from her face and gathered it at the nape of her neck. Next, he curled small sections of hair starting at the bottom using a ½ inch barrel curling iron until he reached the crown. Then he curled the rest away from her face and set the curls with Moroccanoil Luminous Hairspray (£17.85).
To finish, he brushed her hair up and away from the her face and and then back-combed it all for volume and shape. He attached the brooches and carefully brushed the tops of the curls, backcombed the roots of the crown for extra height and then doused hair once again in hairspray. Lastly, he used some Moroccanoil Glimmer Shine Spray (£18.25) for shine.