How To Fake A Fuller Hairline, According To Jen Atkin

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While Rihanna clearly stole the show at the 2017 Met Gala, there were other head turning looks on the carpet. The stars paired with designers to create memorable moments. However, Jen Atkin and Kendall Jenner's work together should go unnoticed. Atkin faked a fuller hairline on Jenner at the Met Gala, and it was not obvious in the least. While Jenner's dress and red lip was clearly the star of her ensemble, the hairline trick used by Jen Atkin is can't miss.

How exactly did Atkin fake a fuller hairline on Jenner, though? As it turns out, she used a bit of makeup to do it. According to a post on Jenner's website, Atkin utilized the Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Palette in dark brown to fill in parts of Jenner's hairline. The reason? Apparently, by filling in the hairline, hair will photograph more full, and on the carpet at the Met Gala, there is no shortage of cameras snapping her picture.

If you love the overall hair look, though, Jenner and Atkin also spill the beans on how they achieved the messy but chic vibe to her tresses. The Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Palette isn't the only product Atkin used, though. She shared her secrets over at Jenner's website.

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What are some of the other products used?

1. OUAI Wave Spray

Wave Spray, $24, Sephora

Atkin used the Wave Spray on Jenner's damp hair.

2. Bumble & Bumble Gel

Gel, $26, Sephora

This Bumble & bumble gel was also added to Jenner's damp hair.

3. Paul Mitchell Awapuhi Wild Ginger Finishing Spray

Finishing Spray, $17, Amazon

To set the hair, Atkin used this Paul Mitchell finishing spray.

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To see the other products Atkin used on Jenner's hair head over to Jenner's site. May we all be able to recreate Atkin's looks because it's hard to deny how gorgeous they are.