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Get Marion Cotillard's TIFF Hair

  |   By Stephanie Gray

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The Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) is in full swing here in the city. A-list celebs -- from Matt Damon and Ben Affleck, to starlets like Carey Mulligan and Blake Lively are buzzing around town from premieres to the afterparty's. Hollywood is definitely here. Of course, it wouldn't be a party without gorgeous dresses, pretty makeup and sexy hair -- and we love to get wedding inspiration from the red carpet. One lovely actress who always seems to get it right is Marion Cotillard, who was here for the premiere of her movie Little White Lies. She wore a perfect little black dress by Lefranc Ferrant, and Dior shoes. Her hair was styled by Robert Vetica, who achieved the sweet, Holly Golighty-esque look she wore on the red carpet. Something you can see yourself wearing on your wedding? Read on to see how Vetica styled this fresh look.

1. First Vetica blow dried hair with a Moroccanoil Treatment to smooth and protect locks from the heat of the dryer.

2. After making a low, side part, he blow dried her hair from the part to the side, and did a bit of back combing to add some fullness at the crown.  Then he sprayed Moroccanoil Luminous Hairspray to help the teased hair stay in place.

3. Then he re-wet her bangs and restyled them, adding just a bit of Moroccanoil Hydrating Styling Cream to give her hair a touch of weight and hold them in place.

4. He swooped up the hair into a high ponytail placed just below her crown.

5. Last, he wrapped the base of the ponytail with her own hair to cover the elastic. "This gave the ponytail more swing, thanks to its greater width," says Vetica.

{Joe Scarnici/Getty Images Entertainment/Getty Images}

This article was originally published on Sep 13, 2010
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