The Volumizing Spray Behind Bebe Rexha’s ’70s-Inspired Grammys Blowout

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On the Grammy Awards red carpet, Bebe Rexha, nominated for Best Dance Song, leaned into two of the biggest trends right now: Barbiecore and the Farrah Fawcett-inspired blowout. Recently, people have been getting curtain bangs and layers galore to get the movement and volume seen in the ’70s. Rexha’s hair is a masterclass in how to nail the trend.

Rexha strutted onto the scene in a Barbie pink dress and gloves to match. Her hair had the perfect flow to it—courtesy of Cesar Delon Ramirez. “Bebe Rexha’s glam for today’s Grammy Awards red carpet was inspired by the iconic styles of the 70s,” says Cesar. “Jerry Hall, Farrah Fawcett and Jaclyn Smith have always been a huge influence in my work. I wanted the hair to give gorgeous, retro blonde bombshell and compliment the vintage silhouette.”  

Cesar began by applying UNITE BLOW&SET Lotion ($31) on a damp Wildform Wig to help set and hold the shape. “This heat-activated styling lotion is designed to lift, hold and sculpt any hairstyle or texture, plus provides UV and thermal protection,” says Cesar. Using a small ceramic round brush, Cesar dried and smoothed each section.

Once the hair was dry, Cesar sprayed the key ingredient onto the root area: UNITE TEXTURIZA Spray ($38). He explains that this helps give hair the volume and grip it needs for a look like this. With a T3 1.5 Inch Ceramic Curling Iron ($170), Cesar curled and over directed each section forward. He then clipped it while it cooled and set. Once it was set Cesar sprayed the hair with Lé:Play Hairspray ($33) so it looked “soft and bouncy with a satin finish” and lasted all evening.

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