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Celebrity Hair and Makeup Artist, Genevieve Garner, Shares How to Get Tiffany Smith's Textured Updo at DC FanDome

Actress, and writer Tiffany Smith hosted the DC FanDome where fans from all 7 continents joined live for the largest gathering of talent, announcements and content reveals in the history of DC! Tiffany Smith, the voice of FanDome, is a true fan of the DC brand, making a name for herself within the geek genre and is well known for her work on AMC's Geeking Out with Kevin Smith, Collider and Con Man.

 

For the FanDome host's gorgeous textured updo, celebrity hair and makeup artist, Genevieve Garner selected Save Me From as the foundation to prep the style + protect her hair from heat damage. When it comes to styling hair, there are so many ways to create texture and movement, but it always starts with having a solid foundation - especially for updos!


 

Genevieve Garner is one of the most talented artists in the industry, growing up with a father in the entertainment industry and at a very young age became fascinated with hair and makeup. Throughout her career, Genevieve has built an impressive roster of celebrity clientele such as Danielle CampbellChelsea KaneAli Ahn, and Brendan Hunt

From working on sets to major events, Genevieve is one of the best pros in the business, sharing step-by-step how she achieved this gorgeous style for Tiffany Smith as she hosted the 2021 DC FanDome!

 

Get Tiffany's Textured Updo in 6 Steps


Step 1: Starting with damp hair, Genevieve applied Save Me From Age Acceleration and Thermal Obsession with a little Nourishing Mist from Vernon Francois to help spread it evenly throughout the head. 
Step 2: Using a Dyson Hairdryer with a diffuser attachment, gently scrunch hair to achieve the most natural texture. 
Step 3: Once the hair was dry, Genevieve used the GHD Platinum Flatiron to smooth the pieces around her face and tame any unruly curls.
Step 4: Next, she sectioned the back of her hair from the front and tied a low pony with a small, clear elastic. Genevieve's Pro Tip: "Make sure to keep it a little loose so that you can flip it up and over to create a little twist and hide the band (think of those fun 90's hairstyles!) Once the pony is flipped you can pull the hair to make sure it is secure."
Step 5: Then, Genevieve pulled a few of the front pieces back and pinned them into the pony, making sure to leave out the face framing 'bangs'. 
Step 6: Finish with Redken 18 Control Addict hairspray and VOILA you have an easy, full of texture updo!

 

Check out Tiffany's Interview with Tom Welling and Michael Rosenbaum, celebrating the 20th Anniversary of the hit series, Smallville! 

 

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