Tinx Wears Hidden Crown Hair Extensions

Hailey Hoff

Glam objectives! Christina “Tinx” Najjar was among the many stars to step out for Elton John’s annual AIDS Basis Academy Award Celebration at West Hollywood Park on Sunday, March 12 — and movie star hairstylist Laura Rugetti caught up with Us Weekly’s Trendy concerning the secrets and techniques behind her look.

The social media sensation, 32, wore a gold sequin Magda Butrym robe, dreamt up by the TikToker’s go-to stylist, Lauren Jeworski. To enhance the assertion quantity, her glam squad used Hidden Crown extensions from the hairstylist’s up-and-coming collaboration with the model.

The clip-in highlighted extensions she used are named “Sundown,” part of the gathering launching later this month. They subtly lightened Tinx’s pure brunette hair, including what Rugetti described as an “additional pop of blonde.”

“We didn’t wish to take an excessive amount of away from her costume, so we wished to present a extremely easy wave, utilizing Hidden Crown clip-ins to present a pair extra inches,” Rugetti tells Us. She describes the coiffure as “stylish” and “basic.”

To carry the look to life, Rugetti began with the aforementioned Hidden Crown extensions for “additional size and quantity.” Then, she used the GHD Basic Curl 1″ Curling Iron ($174, initially $205) to present her natural-looking waves earlier than finishing the look with Sebastian Shaper Plus Further Maintain Hairspray ($22) and Unite Hair Oil ($46).

The imaginative and prescient for Tinx’s make-up took cues from her hair. Celeb make-up artist Hailey Hoff enhanced the social media star’s pure options for the social gathering. On her Instagram Story, she revealed that their imaginative and prescient was “very refined, understated glam.”

It’s no secret that The Shift writer was completely happy together with her look, too. She took to her Instagram Story to reward her glam squad, writing: “I’m in whole awe of all of you and admire your work.”

Tinx was in good firm for the occasion. Different movie star attendees included Brooke ShieldsChrishell Stause, and Saweetie, amongst others.

For these new to the annual affair, it’s a fundraiser devoted to offering remedy for susceptible communities impacted by HIV and AIDS. Final 12 months — for the occasion’s thirtieth yearly run — it raised a whopping $8.6 million.