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September 14, 2021

EMILY BLUNT’S LADY LIBERTY PONYTAIL AT THE MET GALA 2021

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Emily Blunt by Laini Reeves (@laini_reeves) with Redken / Instagram via @laini_reeves

When you think of America, and New York, in particular, there is one iconic lady that comes to mind: The Statue of Liberty. Emily Blunt’s look at the Met Gala 2021 was inspired by none other than the lady in green herself. Emily’s insane Miu Miu headdress, in combination with a stunning sleek ponytail by celebrity hairstylist Laini Reeves (@laini_reeves) turned heads all night. Scroll down to see what Laini did to create this look.

 

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Emily Blunt by Laini Reeves (@laini_reeves) with Redken / Instagram via @laini_reeves

Products Used

HOW-TO STEPS

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Laini started with Redken’s Acidic Bonding Concentrate Shampoo and Conditioner to help strengthen strands and protect color. For extra conditioning and to add smoothness to strands, she followed up with the Acidic Perfecting Concentrate Leave-In Treatment.

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On damp hair, Laini sprayed One United Multi-Benefit Spray all over Blunt’s hair for added heat protection before using any hot tools.

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From there, she added Redken’s Oil for All Multi-Benefit Hair Oil to seal in moisture and make her hair look extra healthy before beginning to blow dry. Throughout the blowdry, Laini continued to layer Oil for All for added moisture and a sleek finish while flat-ironing.

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Laini brushed Blunt’s hair into a tight pony, adding in extra hair that blended with her natural color for seamlessly extended length.

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To keep Emily’s hair in place all night and tame frizz and flyaways, Laini finished with Redken’s Shine Flash for a weightless and glossy shine, and Triple Take 32 Extreme High-Hold Hairspray for hold and humidity protection.

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To top it all off, Laini secured a regal Miu Miu headpiece adorned with stars, crystals and pearls to Blunt’s hair. The dazzling piece was inspired by 1940s actress Hedy Lamarr, who graced the silver screen in the 1940s with a similar star-studded headpiece.

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