Wavy Hair Style with 40's-inspired Look in Red
Jena Malone was the epitome of Hollywood glamour with her red locks, red Ungaro gown and red lips. On some people, the look can be overpowering, but Malone hits all the right notes with this screen-star look. Fortunately, we have all the details on how to create this look, just in time for your next glamorous get-together.
Malone's Tousled Bob
We think fellow redhead Rita Hayworth would approve of Malone's 40's-inspired waves. Her hairstylist Bobby Eliot says he used several Oribe products to create the style. He started with Oribe's Foundation Mist and then Plumping Mousse applied from roots to ends. Comb through the hair with a comb before mixing together dime-sized amounts of Oribe's Gold Lust Nourishing Hair Oil and Balm d'Or Heat Styling Shield into your hands before applying only to the ends.
Eliot then blow-dried Malone's hair, using his fingers as a "comb" to lift the hair at the roots. He gave special attention to her hair's ends using a Mason Pearson boar bristle brush. Once her hair was fully dry, he created an exaggerated side part in Malone's chin-length hair. He used a special curling iron called a Marcel iron to curl and set her hair. Eliot used a 1/2-inch Marcel iron for this hairstyle. After curling the entire hair, set with light misting of hairspray (Eliot used Oribe Superfine Hairspray). Give your hair 10 minutes or so to cool -- now may be the perfect time to start on your makeup.
Once your hair has set, lightly brush out the hair to keep the curls from looking too defined. If desired, you can lightly shape them away from your face in waves to truly replicate Malone's look. Finish up with a shine spray -- Eliot used Oribe's Shine Light Reflecting Spray on Malone's hair.
Go Red With Makeup Look
The star of Malone's makeup look is her red lipstick and glowing skin. The skin help came from Hourglass' mineral veil primer coupled with Giorgio Armani's Maestro foundation. Her cheekbones are slightly contoured with Charlotte Tilbury's Filmstar, highlighting and sculpting powder. Simply dust the bronze shade under your cheekbones and the gilded shade atop them to further define the face.
Malone's eyes are kept simple so as not to take away from her lips and hair. Her makeup artist Jenn Streicher used e.l.f. cosmetics baked eye shadow palette in Texas, using the light, sand-colored shade. The eyelashes are lined in a light brown shade on the upper and lower lashline. Don't forget a couple of coats of your favorite mascara!
The red lip look is actually a combination of two lip colors to create an ombre effect. The first lipstick is e.l.f. Studio Moisturizing Lipstick in the shade "Red Carpet." Streicher then used the brand's "Velvet Rope" lipstick applied just to the middle of the lips. Swipe on your favorite clear gloss, and you have Malone's "Mockingjay" premiere style down.