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Get Rosie Huntington-Whiteley's loose waves

BeautyBy Sunday World
Get Rosie Huntington-Whiteley's loose waves

Wavy hair never goes out of fashion, and whether celebs are rocking beachy waves or sleeker loose curls for the red carpet; mastering the look is definitely worthwhile.

The 2016 Golden Globes were no exception with Rosie Huntington-Whiteley showing off the relaxed hairstyle - as well as a massive engagement ring from new fiancé Jason Statham! The laidback look meant her gold Atelier Versace dress could do all the talking, with a little help from her sparkler. She also rocked a glowing complexion, bronze eye make-up and natural lips.

The pros at Nicky Clarke Electricals think the model got it spot-on with her hair on the big night, with her blonde, shoulder-length locks styled into glamorous tousled waves.

Here's a step-by-step guide from the hair heroes on how to replicate the style.

Step 1: Create an off-balance centre parting and take sections starting at the face working backwards.

Step 2: Take each section, comb through and wrap around the Nicky Clarke Diamond Shine Pro Salon Waving Wand to about ear level.

Step 3: Keep the wand horizontal at all times as this will give the look more width when waving.

Step 4: Leave the waves you have created loose in order to cool down.

Step 5: Finger through and fix with hairspray.

GHD's large-barrelled Soft Curl tongs and the Babyliss Curling Wand are also top choices when it comes to waves.

If you're after a more curled look, make like Lady Gaga at the Globes and channel some retro waves rather than the loose variety. The singer looked anything but eccentric at the glitzy bash! Instead she was reminiscent of old-school Hollywood glamour, with a touch of Marilyn Monroe about her. She also chose an Atelier Versace gown, though couldn't have looked more different to Rosie in her shoulder skimming, floor-length, black velvet number. Her platinum blonde locks were teased into retro curls, which the experts at Nicky Clarke reveal are easy enough to do at home.

Step 1: Using your brow as a guide, make a diagonal parting to just in front of the crown.

Step 2: Take a triangular section half way up the parting and comb across to the top of the brow of the opposite eye – this is your fringe section.

Step 3: Apply Nicky Clarke Classic Compact Rollers. For the front fringe section: bring hair out at 90° from the forehead and wrap the hair around the roller backwards ensuring its flat, then keep on wrapping to the ends. Use the clips to hold in place. Leave in for at least 15 minutes.

Step 4: Gently remove the rollers, mist with hairspray and follow with a gentle comb through. For a different look, clip your fringe.

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