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  • Photographer: Mario Testino<br><br />
Featuring: Anne Hathaway
  • Photographer: Mario Testino<br><br />
Featuring: Anne Hathaway
  • Photographer: Mario Testino<br><br />
Featuring: Anne Hathaway
  • Photographer: Mario Testino<br><br />
Featuring: Anne Hathaway
  • Photographer: Mario Testino<br><br />
Featuring: Anne Hathaway
  • Photographer: Mario Testino<br><br />
Featuring: Anne Hathaway
  • Photographer: Mario Testino<br><br />
Featuring: Anne Hathaway
  • Photographer: Mario Testino<br><br />
Featuring: Anne Hathaway
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"A Breath of Fresh Air"

Oribe twisted Anne Hathaway’s hair into an updo for the November cover of Vogue. “The look we were going for was Audrey Hepburn‐inspired with beautiful hair that’s soft and easy,” says Oribe. “The shoot was very Parisian. It was shot in Paris with grown up, sophisticated clothes and I referenced Alexandre de Paris and the coiffed, beautiful hair he was known for.”

How to get the look:
1. Begin by blowing hair out, keeping its natural texture.
2. Then for added texture, apply Soft Lacquer Heat Styling Spray and use a 1 inch curling iron. Curl the whole head and brush the curls out.
3. Use Dry Texturizing Spray at the roots to get great texture when putting your hair up.
4. Pull hair up as if you’re pulling it into a ponytail, then twist it into itself and secure with a good pin or two. Don’t let it get too contrived. Push the hair around, pin it and tailor it to your face.
5. Spray hair with Superfine Strong to hold it in place.
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