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Oscars' How To: Adam Driver's Polished Textured Waves by Amy Komorowski

Monday, 10 February 2020 16:52

Styled using American Crew, celebrity groomer, Amy Komorowski created Adam Driver’s long and polished hair look that perfectly complemented his classic, sleek ensemble on last night’s red carpet. Amy used products meant for volume, texture, shine, and hold. Learn HOW TO!

While hair was still wet, Amy started with a combination of American Crew Boost Powder ($17.95 at AmericanCrew.com) and Fiber Grooming Foam ($17.95 on AmericanCrew.com) – a recent launch from the brand formulated specifically for longer hair just like Adam’s, which created long lasting volume and fullness to the top of the hair.

Then, while blowdrying, Amy created even more texture by twisting and scrunching the hair with her hands, further enhancing its natural wave. She then sculpted Driver’s final look using an American Crew classic, Molding Clay ($17.95 at AmericanCrew.com) – a product that provides both a strong hold and a medium shine finish.

To keep the look in place all Oscars ceremony long, Amy finished the style with Alternator Finishing Spray ($14.95 at AmericanCrew.com).

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