Headed to an Oscars Party? Whitney Port Will Get You Glam In No Time

02/21/2014 at 09:30 AM ET

Whitney Port has had plenty of experience translating her low-key Cali vibe into a full, glammed up red carpet look, which is why she’s perfect to introduce the second part of her “Drab to Fab” series with Joico. After giving a model an N.Y.C. look from top-to-toe in the first installment, Port and Joico artistic director Damien Carney make over another lucky model into an easygoing glamour girl.

“The Hollywood glam is one of my favorites, because I feel like everyone wants to look like that, but they’re not really sure how to do it,” Port says in the video. “It’s really important to know you can wear something simple and black, something you have in your wardrobe, but accessorize with a little bit more of glitz and glam.” She tops a faux leather peplum top with emerald earrings and a dressy shoe, though notes that it’s just as easy to do this look with jeans as it is the skirt she chose.

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Then Carney grabs a large barrel curling iron to create “curves” in the hair, then “peppers” it with humidity blocker to keep it completely glossy. He breaks down the technique for you to give it a shot at home.

What’s your best technique for getting glam in an instant?

–Alex Apatoff

FILED UNDER: Beauty , Hair , Whitney Port

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