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Thursday 2 October 2014

Diane Kruger’s slick style revealed

Diane Kruger
Diane Kruger
Diane Kruger
Diane Kruger
Diane Kruger

Diane Kruger's hairstylist Adir Abergel has revealed how he created the Hollywood beauty's recent red-carpet look.

The German actress picked a daring black Thakoon dress to attend the Hollywood premiere of her newest film The Host earlier this week.

Diane turned heads in the frock which boasted sheer panels along the bottom and at the side, and she finished off her sexy look with slicked back hair.

The beauty's hair stylist Adir Abergel revealed why he chose to create the polished runway-inspired style.

“[I] wanted a clean, A-line look with shine and sophistication to complete her red carpet outfit," he revealed in an interview with Beautyhigh.com.

Abergel also explained how to re-create the look. The tresses expert insists the right preparation is paramount to achieving the perfect style.

He applied Fekkai Full Blown Volume Styling Whip on freshly-washed hair, before creating a "deep side part on Kruger’s preferred side".

He then blow dried Diane's hair using a large round brush that created "volume and shine" and combed her locks away from the face and tucked it behind both ears "once the hair was dry".

Abergel then used a tiny amount of Fekkai Brilliant Glossing Cream and "smoothed it over the top section of Kruger’s hair and down to her ears to create added shine."

The hair expert advises to "avoid the ends of the hair to differentiate the texture from the top section and the ends."

The style is best finished with a spritz of Fekkai Sheer Hold Hairpsray for a lightweight hold.

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