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Learn how to create the classic, chignon hairstyle that actress Charlize Theron wore on the Oscar Red Carpet and during the ...
show in 2010. Celebrity hair stylist Enzo Angileri shows SheSez's Linda Grasso exactly how he styled her hair that night.
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Linda Grasso: Okay. So, we are going to do an amazing updo, a beautiful chignon. How do you say that?
Enzo Angileri: A chignon, an updo chignon.
Linda Grasso: I got it right!
Enzo Angileri: You got it right. You said it just perfect.
Linda Grasso: Right.
Enzo Angileri: What I did the other day on Charlize, for the Oscar, I literally left a piece out here.
Linda Grasso: Did you leave it on or did you pull it out in here?
Enzo Angileri: No, I left it out.
Linda Grasso: Okay, so you started with an out then.
Enzo Angileri: Yes. I left it out just about this amount knowing that if at the end I think it’s too much, I can always take a little bit away.
Linda Grasso: Is it okay if you have hair that is a little bit longer than that piece or do you want to keep it to like a chin length piece that you’re moving out?
Enzo Angileri: No. I think if you have length hair that’s longer than this, you can still leave it out and then at the end, you’re just going to have to do a little bit of this. It’s easy with a rubber band and I’ll show you why because you block your hair from moving and then it becomes as simple as rolling it just like this. And then you start putting little bobby pins to block it, a little bit of hairspray for the small pieces. You can twist it this way and then turn it around and twist it one more time and then start putting little bobby pins and it becomes --
Linda Grasso: And do you pin around the end? See how the end is sticking out, would you also pin that?
Enzo Angileri: Yes. That’s why the preparation is very important. In this case, I would have taken the curling iron and make this curly. It’s cold unfortunately but this would be the right size to curl the end of this pony tail. That’s why I said preparation is so important because once these are curled then when I do the twisting, they will automatically fall into the ponytail. So, instead of sticking out, they will be --
Linda Grasso: Flip up.
Enzo Angileri: It will flip up and you it would be an easier time to just put it back in. Also, I like to say that this part here should not become too stiff or too hair salonish but I like the idea that looks deeper. It’s the proportion that is important and the result is not particularly to be too perfect.