Every time I hear Paris Hilton’s “Stars Are Blind,” it’s stuck in my head for days. I’m sure the new mom, singer, actress and entrepreneur’s 22 million Instagram followers feel the same way. At tonight’s Grammy Awards, Hilton stunned on the red carpet in a sparkly Celine gown and her signature long, blonde strands. These are the details on her look.
Her Skin Prep
To prep her skin for the red carpet, Hilton went to Sliving Day Spa in LA (her own private day spa run by Dr. Chris Gojdz) for a few different treatments. To firm and de-puff, she opted for a Cryo T-Shock facial, which is different than traditional cryo facials in that it applies collagen-boosting cold and thermal heat. Hilton also received an Intraceuticals Oxygen Facial, which she’s been a fan of for a long time. It uses pure oxygen to deliver active ingredients deep into the skin for intense moisture and a major glow, and many celebs are fans.
A couple weeks ago, Dr. Gojdz revealed on Instagram that he has “been taking care of Paris’s appearance for three months” and they see each other “every few days at her residence in Beverly Hills,” where he “created the first private aesthetic medicine clinic in Los Angeles just for her use. We have purchased the best equipment for taking care of face and body skin. The same ones I offer patients in my clinics. Everything in accordance with my vision of taking care of a natural look.”
He also announced he will have a part in Paris’s “next TV show, which is scheduled for the second half of the year. I will show how I take care of her appearance, what treatments allow her to keep her natural and fresh look. Many celebrities have already taken an interest in my innovative idea of private clinics in their residences. The American Dream is happening right now.”
Her Hair Prep
For her hair, celebrity hairstylist Eduardo Ponce gave her waist-length, sleek strands with an adorable mini top knot and straight curtain bangs. Before blow-drying, he applied FEKKAI Clean Stylers Straight Balm ($26), which claims to reduce blow-dry time by 30 percent and give hair that “liquid glass” look that’s trending right now. “The straight balm is a blow-dry game changer,” he says. “It cuts blow dry time drastically and gets your hair straight and frizz-free.”
Once dry, he straightened her hair and used FEKKAI’s Brilliant Gloss Anti-Frizz Serum ($28) in between sections. “Once straight, I created a half-up style using a cocktail of the Anti-Frizz Oil Serum and Clean Stylers Glossing Cream+ ($28) to mold and create her top knot,” Ponce explains.