To achieve the retro wave, Gibson began by prepping the hair with Ted Gibson Build It Blow Drying Agent ($20) with his Hairsheet styling sheets ($15) to add texture. He then blow-dried Marion's strands with a large round brush. Once dry, he pulled her hair over to the top right side, securing it with an elastic. After twisting the hair and pinning it into itself, he finished with a few spritzes of hair spray. The result was a chic look with a nod to yesteryear.
Marion Cotillard continually nails beauty looks that are elegant with a surprising twist. And no one knows this better than celebrity stylist Ted Gibson. "I love working with Marion," Gibson said. "She always challenges me to style her hair differently." For the Rust and Bone premiere at the Toronto Film Festival last night, Gibson pulled hairstyle inspiration from Marion's couture Dior gown, opting to style the actress's hair in a '40s-inspired roll.