Miranda Lambert’s Hair and Make up during the CMA: What’s the Secret?

Miranda Lambert

Miranda Lambert showed a really new look when she walked on the red carpet during the 49th County Music Awards. She arrived in her pink-dipped hair and a fresh and glowing face. This is really the perfect hair and make up that you should try wearing for the holiday parties. In this article, the hair and make up team of Miranda will share the secrets to achieve her glam look. Check out the easy tips and products that you should need here! For Miranda’s locks, I dip-dyed the ends a fun pastel pink! After this, I blowdried the hair until smooth using Oribe volume spray— this stuff really gives the hair a sleek look. To finish the look, I used a Pro Beauty Tools flat iron and hairspray for hold,” Lambert’s hair stylist, Johnny Lavoy, shared to us. The Oribe Dry Texturing Spray can be purchased at a price of $42 while Oribe’s Maximista Thickening Spray is for $32. The L’Oreal Advanced Hairstyle Sleek It Strand Smoother Serum Spray costs $5 and the Rusk Freezing Spray is $11 only.

Miranda Lambert

Meanwhile, the make up artist, Moani Lee, said that she had to consider Miranda’s new hair look before deciding the right make up for her. “Miranda’s skin is flawless and I wanted to focus on her glow by keeping the makeup fresh, understated and chic. With the gorgeous pink hair ‘do Johnny Lavoy crafted and the stunning Versace dress styled by Tiffany Gifford, I wanted to make sure we focused on a fresh classic look that would highlight all her amazing features best,” Moani said.

Here are the products (with their prices) used by Moani Lee for Miranda during the CMA:

Miranda Lambert s Makeup

Skin – Airbrush Flawless Finish for $45 and Light Wonder Foundation for $45 Cheeks – Filmstar Bronze and Glow for $68 and Cheek to Chic in Love Is the Drug for $40 Eyes – The Golden Goddess Luxury Eyeshadow Palette for $52 and Barbarella Brown Rock N Kohl Eye Pencil for $27 Lips – K.I.S.S.I.N.G. Lipstick in Penelope Pink for $32

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