Behind the scenes, Oribe set the hair first before the makeup team got to work, calling the experience a group effort. "Everything works together to make it a great shoot," Oribe explains. "From being in Paris and working at the [Hôtel de] Crillon to seeing the beautiful clothes — the look just comes together from this inspiration. On top of everything, Anne is a major movie star, and all of these aspects propel you to tell a great story with her," he says.
Get Oribe's tips on how you can get Anne's classic-meets-modern hairstyle with lots (and lots) of modern texture, just keep reading.
- Blow hair out, keeping its natural texture.
- To add even more texture, apply Oribe Soft Lacquer Heat Styling Spray ($42) and use a one-inch curling iron to curl the entire head of hair.
- Brush the curls out, and then spritz with the brand's Dry Texturizing Spray ($39) at the roots for even more — you guessed it . . . texture. (I told you so.)
- Next, pull the hair up like you would do when creating a ponytail. Twist it into itself, securing with pins as needed.
- The less perfect, the better. Manipulate the hair around to get the look you want, tailoring it to your face.
- Use hairspray to give the style hold.