Venice film Festival 2017 has begun which means lots of glamorous models and actors were striding the red carpet. L’Oréal Paris done its best to make these all beautiful people look even more charming. Get yourself inspired by the best L’Oréal Paris red carpet hairstyles from Venice Film Festival 2017.
Renata Kuerten’s natural hairstyle inspired by Antonio Cofone. Used products are a smooth control gel-cream Liss Control + set up with Infinium hairspray.
Rita Hayeklow’s middle part ponytail inspired by Fabrizio Pecoraro. The hairstylist created soft waves using a brush, a phon and the thermodynamic Pli of Tecni.Art. Lastly, a spray Shower Shine made the hairstyle look even more shiny.
For Isabella Ferrari’s look a soft short hairstyle was chosen. It made Isabella’s face look more framed. This hairstyle is inspired by Daniela Del Priore. To get voluminous hair, the hairstylist chose mineral powder fixing hairspray Crêpage De Chignon and Liss Control + for hair protection.
Modern Samurai’s hairstyle for Bianca Balti inspired by Davide Andena. To create the look Davide lessened the the hair volume with Tecni.Art Constructor, then applied Liss Control + on the lengths for the glossy effect. Last Touch was made using Wet Domnination Shower Shine for extreme brilliance.
To highlight Marta Pozzan’s asymmetrical neckline, the hairstylist Vito Satalino chose a high ponytail hairstyle. Vito used an a conic curling iron and the Tecni.Art’s Constructor Thermo Protector to create gorgeous waves. For getting an even greater look, he played with a 50s volume on the front using the 60s babe Savage Panache. Lastly, the hair was fixed using Infinium Pure.
For this red carpet look, Caterina Shulha asked the hairstylist to give her a lighter look than the previous ones. The hairstylist Vito Satalino chose a soft sided hairstyle that framed the actress’ face. Vito was using Liss Control + to get the smoothness and Mythic Oil Original Oil for extreme finished glossy look.
Silvia D’Amico and her red carpet’s low and messy ponytail. The hairstylist Maria Rita Solfanelli used tapered curling iron and Tecni.Art Constructor. She pinned the ponytail leaving a few loosey bangs that framed her face. To achieve this finished glossy look he used a spray Shower Shine.