As the competition heats up, the remaining contestants brought their A-game to the Red Carpet Challenge.
In case you missed it here’s the shortlist of our fave moments of the night.
Fave Quote: ‘‘So, she’s not going to be pedestrian?” – Sir John, @sirjohnofficial, when asking Corey about the wow-factor his look was going to bring to the red carpet
Fave LOL Moment: Corey’s reaction to Sir John’s pedestrian comment. Somewhat confused about the comment all he could think about was a jay walker and how that did NOT sound appealing...HA! Us too, Corey!
Fave Drama-rama Moment: Danny’s @dannyjelacahair overly confident pre-photo shoot critique of the other looks…the claws are coming out!
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Loved Amanda and Nicoletta’s look as much as we did?
Recreate their red carpet style in four easy steps (of course).
The Inspiration: A combination of the classic silhouettes of the 50’s and 60’s with a modern organic twist. Given that the dress chosen was extremely elegant with a detailed high neck Amanda and Nicoletta decided the hair needed to be swept up and understated.
Step 1: The model’s hair had a natural wave so Nicoletta began by stretching out the texture and building in a foundation using Smooth for Sure Blowout Cream.
Step 2: Once the canvas was prepped she set the top of the hair in a Mohawk section from hairline to below the crown with hot rollers, lightly teasing the base of each roller with Workable Wear Shaping Hairspray prior to setting.
Step 3: Once the rollers were cooled she dressed the hair back into a French twist by laying a foundation of bobby pins and securing the twist with Style Stay Hard Hold Hairspray.
Step 4: Nicoletta finished the look by creating face framing pieces curled with a 1.5” curling iron moving away from the face dragging the ends straight. To add shine, she added a final layer of Flex Reflect Lightweight Shine Hairspray.