For Lucy’s hair, celebrity stylist Scott Cunha wanted to create a beachy look with a little 60s Brigitte Bardot volume.
Step 1: First, he applied KMS California ADDVOLUME Root and Body Lift ($15.99, kmscalifornia.com) on damp hair at the crown.
Step 2: After blowing out her hair, Cunha used a 1 ½ inch curling iron on 1 inch sections of the hair, waving it and letting it set. Then, after shaking out her hair, Cunha scrunched the hair with KMS California HAIRPLAY Messing Creme ($18.99, kmscalifornia.com).
Step 3: He finished by pinning back one side of her hair.
Celebrity stylist Mara Roszak created a 60s-inspired hairstyle for Lily.
Step 1: Roszak started by applying Lenor Greyl Mousse ($46, leonorgreyl-usa.com) to her towel dried hair.
Step 2: She then set her hair in velcro rollers for extra volume and lightly sprayed L’Oréal Elnett Satin Strong Hold Hair Spray ($14.99, ulta.com) all over.
Step 3: She removed the rollers, then teased the hair all over before pulling the hair into a high pony and secured with an elastic. She tucked the ends of the pony under, creating a bob shape and added a simple black headband.
Step 1: Stylist Marcus Francis started by applying Rene Furterer Vegetal Mousse ($23, beauty.com) to the hair, combing it through from roots to ends before blow drying it with a medium size round brush.
Step 2: Using two different size curling irons (3/4″ and 1 1/4″), Francis wrapped random pieces of hair from roots to ends in different directions, as well as created bends in the hair by wrapping around the iron once. He finished by spraying each section with Davines Structuring Mist hairspray ($24.83, drugstore.com).
For makeup, Carola Gonzalez used Lancôme Color Design Lipcolor in Red Haute ($22, sephora.com) on Kerry’s lips.
Celebrity makeup artist Mai Quynh put a pop of color on the eyes and left the rest of her face soft and natural.
Step 1: Quynh evened out Chloë’s skin tone with Lancôme Teint Visionnaire in 100 Ivoire N ($60, ulta.com), as well as translucent powder.
Step 2: She swirled Lancôme Blush Subtil in Soft Pink ($30, macys.com) onto the apples of her cheeks.
Step 3: She finished her look with Lancôme Le Stylo in Turquoise and Sapphire ($26, lancome-usa.com) on her eyes.
Celebrity hairstylist Clyde Haygood created glossy, glamorous loose waves for Naya’s walk down the red carpet.
Step 1: Haygood applied Frizz-Ease Hair Serum Original Formula ($9.99, ulta.com) to Naya’s wet hair before blow-drying.
Step 2: Next, Haygood used a curling iron with a 1 ½ inch barrel. After wrapping each section around the iron, he pinned each curl with a duckbill clip and sprayed Frizz-Ease Moisture Barrier Firm Hold Hairspray (5.99, ulta.com) to set.
Step 3: Once the curls cooled, Haygood carefully brushed hair out and spritzed Frizz-Ease 100% Shine ($5.99, ulta.com) throughout for definition and added shine.