Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show Hair Tutorial

by on Tuesday, November 29th, 2011

Below are the tutorial steps and product suggestions you need to get the official look of the Victoria’s Secret angels during their latest fashion show.


Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show Hair Tutorial

HAIR that’s bouncy! Because you’re kind of like a mermaid angel…thing!

See all the outfits! >> Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show 2011 Pictures of Alessandra Ambrosio, Miranda Kerr, More

The idea for the Victoria’s Secret Fashion show hair was for it to have body and be tousled and glamorous but no tight curls allowed. The hair for the 2011 show was done by Orlando Pita.

1: Curl hair with a 1-inch or 1 1/4-inch barrel curling iron. As you do this make sure you make the curls turn outward (or alternate, having your hair closest to your face turning outward first. And don’t be afraid to muss up your hair after you’ve curled it. Perfection is boring.) Normally you alternate curling inward and outward, and the hair towards your face is always supposed to be curled inward. But this is a little bit more rebellious of a look. It also helps give the movement in the hair as the VS models walk the runway.

Get the Makeup Looks! >> Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show Makeup Tutorial

2: Get volume and texture with the addition of the VS So Sexy Style Clean & Go Dry Shampoo ($14, and then use a shine spray. I find that I don’t need to use a shine spray anymore now that I use this fantastic blow dryer with a powerful motor for my annoyingly thick hair (listen, yes it IS annoying when you shower in the morning and then you have wet hair in the winter that needs to be dried before you leave.)

Candice Swanepoel above and Adriana Lima below.

But I also love the Eufora Pure Polish Drops to give some shine and take away frizz. A bottle of that stuff lasts basically forever.

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