Belfast Telegraph

Friday 9 October 2015

Sienna Miller’s sleek hair secrets

Published 02/03/2013

Sienna Miller
Sienna Miller

Hairstylist James Brown has let fans in on how to recreate Sienna Miller’s sleek Golden Globes look.

The pretty actress worked a sleek style on the red carpet, with her blonde locks slicked back into a bun at the nape of her neck.

Hair guru James Brown has shared his tips on recreating her elegant look.

“Blow-dry with a large round brush until hair is smooth and straight. Use straightening irons to get rid of any volume,” he explained to the British edition of Glamour magazine.

“Smooth a 10p-sized blob of frizz-controlling serum into mid lengths and ends. Brush your hair until it’s sleek and at its shiniest.”

The next step of the blonde beauty’s look was to get the bun just right.

Luckily James has let fans in on the tricks for keeping the look neat and precise.

“Gather hair into a low ponytail at the nape of the neck and tie with two elastic bands. Match your hairbands as close as possible to your hair colour,” he revealed.

“Split your ponytail into two. Wrap one side clockwise and the other anticlockwise until you’ve run out of hair. Secure with bobby pins and finish with a strong hairspray.”

Sienna rocked the look with a beautiful, floral Erdem dress.

The star is known for her love of messy up-dos but James is pleased he managed to talk her into something new.

“Sienna is always ultra organised and [handed] me over some references of beautiful, dishevelled up-dos,” he recalled.

“But me being me, I talked her into... the opposite!”

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