Get the Look: Hilary Swank’s Wavy Locks

By  January 25, 2008

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You don’t need an updo to make jaws drop on the red carpet—at least according to Hilary Swank, who sported elegant, wavy tresses at the Academy Awards this year. Though this fresh style has the I-just-let-it-air-dry appearance, achieving sexy, undulating tresses is anything but a wash-and-go deal. Fortunately, Mark Townsend—the celebrity hairstylist who did Nicole Richie’s hair for the new Jimmy Choo campaign—comes to the rescue with tips on how to get this loose-locked look. Give these steps a whirl, and accolades will surely follow. —Amy Gurvitz

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