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Josey Miller: It’s red carpet season. How to get your glam on? We stopped on to the Aveeno Beauty at the Sundance Film Festival to see how the celebs do it. Aveeno was unveiling it to new positively nourishing body washes and lotions with an experiential oxygen bar and had their celebrity hair consultant Patrick Melville on hand to show us how to get red carpet red hair. What’s hot?
Patrick Melville: A little full bigger hair. Big hair is in right now.
Josey Miller: And Melville says a great big hair look is oh so easy to attain. All you need is the right product.
Patrick Melville: Nourish plus volumizing foam is a great way to keep the hair little lift and little kick.
Josey Miller: How do you use it? Pump it into your hand and massage it into your hair.
Patrick Melville: Don’t be afraid to use the product and let it get to the roots, dabbing around the part area around the hairline.
Josey Miller: Then turn your head upside down and run your fingers through it while blow drying. Flip back up and you have instant red carpet glam. Slit looks also rule the red carpet. To get it…
Patrick Melville: We use the smooth shine cream, use a round brush, locks into moisture, hairstyling on a freeze and it gives you intense shine.
Josey Miller: Wallah! You and your looks are red carpet ready. In New York, I'm Josey Miller.