Kristen Bell stepped out Thursday at Dolby Theatre for the premiere of Disney's "Frozen 2." The 39-year-old actress stunned in a Christian Dior gown and a subtle sleek bob.
We caught up with Bell's go-to hairstylist, Jenny Cho (she's also worked alongside Scarlett Johansson and Rosie Huntington Whiteley), and luckily, with her help you don't have to spend a fortune on this do'. The celebrity hairstylist revealed her favorite drugstore beauty buys and told us exactly how to achieve the "Frozen" star's sleek and soft bob.
“For tonight’s look on Kristen, the Dior dress and the dusty rose color called for a low-key hair do. I recently cut Kristen’s hair into a blunt bob. I love how modern it feels. In order to keep that as the theme for her, a center part tucked behind the ears with barely any texture and few loose strands out in-front the ears felt balanced and fresh with the dress.”
"[My] favorite Suave product that I like to use on Kristen is the Firm Control Mousse which gives her hair such a great amount of bounce and control to keep the flyways down and tamed," Cho exclusively told AOL.
See the full step-by-step breakdown from Jenny Cho below so can get Kristen's "Frozen" waves at home!
1. To create this look, start with freshly washed hair using the Suave Professionals Rosemary Mint Shampoo and Conditioner to nourish the hair. It is Paraben free and is super gentle on all hair types. It gently cleanses and increases manageability for the hair.
2. Apply Davinas Spell Mousse all over for even distribution then apply a dime size amount of the Suave Professionals Sleek Anti-Frizz Smooth & Shine Cream from the mid shaft to the ends. Continue to apply as needed.
3. Part the hair in the center and loosely dry the hair from the nape using your fingers so the product can be evenly distributed in the hair. Slightly scrunch the hair to bring out any natural texture.
4. Starting from the nape, mist the Suave Professionals Flexible Control Finishing Hairspray to each section of the hair and slightly flat iron the hair.
5. Make final touches by adding a dime size amount of pomade to the palm of your hands and separate pieces of the hair for a lived-in bob.