Miranda Lambert's CMA Bombshell Blowout Styled by Johnny Lavoy Using S – SAVE ME FROM

Miranda Lambert's CMA Bombshell Blowout Styled by Johnny Lavoy Using Save Me From Hair Repair

Miranda Lambert made history alongside Save Me From at the 54th Annual Country Music Awards as the most Nominated Artist with the healthiest hair on the CMA carpet. From the red carpet to her acoustic performance, Lambert rocked a polished, bombshell blowout styled by celebrity hairstylist, Johnny Lavoy using Save Me From Hair Repair.

Johnny Lavoy, one of the most sought-after celebrity hairstylists in the industry, selected Save Me From as his secret weapon to lay the foundation and style for Lambert's healthy hair.

Laying Down The Foundation For Healthy Hair 

Lavoy shares how to get the hairstyle Lambert wore as she not only kicked the night off early with her win for Music Video of the Year, but also for wearing her healthiest hair on the red carpet. 

"I wanted to give Miranda a polished bombshell look for the CMA carpet," says Lavoy, whose work has created iconic hairstyles for Lady Gaga, Ariana Grande, Gloria Estefan, among others. "To get the look, I wanted a healthy smooth foundation."

From her perfectly polished hair style to the importance of priming the hair with clinically proven hair care, "Hair prep starts a day early. Save Me From helps lay down the foundation." Lavoy explained as he planned for Lambert's hairstyle the next day, "I always make sure Miranda is stocked and prepped with my favorites, Save Me From Chemical Conflict and Thermal Obsession."

Achieve Miranda's Polished CMA Carpet + Performance Look with Save Me From 

"I chose Save Me From Age Acceleration to enhance volume and revitalize Miranda's hair. It's great because not only will it soften the hair, but it also gives me some volume. As a pro tip, I recommend using ½ to 1 pea size amount on clean, damp hair focusing application mid shaft to roots. Then, blow dry lifting hair up to add volume," says Lavoy, who's also worked as the lead stylist on several seasons of Project Runway.

He continues, "Next step is a classic round brush blow out to give the hair shiny bounce. Then to get the soft relaxed wave, I went in with a large barrel curling iron and put in a soft bend by alternating the barrel up and down." As Lavoy's final steps, he says, "I then used a boar bristle paddle brush to brush the style in place. Then, I finish and hold with hair spray."