Victoria Monét may get it from her mama, but an appointment with celebrity hairstylist Davontae’ Washington before the 66th Annual Grammys didn’t hurt! The “Best New Artist” winner (her album Jaguar II won Best Engineered Album and Best R&B Album, too) looked incredibly chic in an effortless, piecey “French roll.” Everything was elevated by the monochromatic dressing, with hair and nails to match.
The Tease connected with Washington and he spilled on the formula for Monét’s “Bronze Melt” color using Wella color as well as exactly how he styled using Wella haircare products. Scroll for the complete step-by-step!
Get the Look:
The Hair Color
- “To attain the ideal ‘Bronze Melt’ color for Victoria Monét, I initiated the process with a root touch-up using Wella Professionals Koleston Perfect 4/0.
- Subsequently, I applied small, weaved sections with Wella Professionals Welloxon 30vol for highlights and utilized Koleston Perfect 5/71 with Welloxon 20vol for lowlights.
- After carefully monitoring the foils for 30 minutes, I shampooed her hair with Wella Professionals ULTIMATE REPAIR Shampoo at the bowl to remove the lightener and toned it with Koleston Perfect 8/3 and Welloxon 10vol.
- After her color was complete and post shampoo and conditioner, it was time to style.”
- “The first product I used was Wella Professionals ULTIMATE REPAIR Miracle Hair Rescue and a water spray bottle.
- After spreading the product with a brush for detangling, I blow-dried the hair and curled it with a 2-inch barrel for texture.
- Applying texture spray, I brushed the hair back, creating an effortless French roll, and secured it with pins. To complete the style, I used gloss spray and hairspray for a polished finish and control over flyaways.”