When it came to Hough's strands for the night, hair stylist Jill Buck had so much fun. And like us, she couldn't get over the star's uncanny resemblance to Tinkerbell.
"Julianne is always excited to try new looks, so when I brought up the idea of bangs, she was all about it," she told InStyle. "The key factor in tonight's look was the amount of hair I used and positioning of the bangs to keep it looking real. With a small ponytail pulled back tight and holding just the crown section of her hair and not the sides, I secured it tight and used this as the 'bangs' for added thickness. For people with thin hair, this is where a clip-in helps to make the pony thicker."
Buck then flat-ironed the hair in the pony with her T3 micro iron and used Unite's Glossing Spray. "This actually ends up being the underside of the hair that lays face up, so it's important to flat iron," she advised. "I then manipulated the hair to have some sections shorter and the sides longer to create a full fringe, and I pinned flat to secure. The remaining hair I pulled into a really high ponytail and secured with my original ponytail. Dividing the hair into 3 parts, I looped and swooped the hair to create the top knot."
Then she smoothed hair with her Marula brush and added generous amounts ofR+CO.'s strong hold hairspray for the finishing touches. "The key to this look is to keep manipulating the bangs until they look real."
Makeup artist Spencer Barnes finished the look off with strong brows, long lashes, a dewy complexion, and rosy pink lips. "Makeup by #PeterPan #ineverwannagrowup!" is how he captioned a picture of the final look on Instagram. "Don't ya just love Jules's new freckles?" Adorable!
This article previously appeared on InStyle US.