How to Get Kendall Jenner’s MET Gala Look

How to get Kendall Jenner’s MET Gala look

How to get Kendall Jenner's Met Gala look with Mark Hill

Kendall Jenner always looks amazingly polished and chic, whether it’s in her day-to-day street style, working it on the runway, or at a red carpet event, the Met Gala being no exception! Red carpet events are always a great source of inspiration for not only clothes but also makeup and hair, and at YCB we are always looking for an easy way to emulate red carpet chic.

Obviously we can’t have fabulous hairstylists like Tokyostylez, the master behind Kendall’s Met Gala hair, come and help us sort out bad hair days, so we have found a simple solution for all you YCB ladies.

To get Kendall slicked back pony tail, and keep your look for hours on end is easy with a few affordable products, here we have a few Mark Hill products that will create your look and also keep it slick backed, voluminous, and chic for hours.

Root Lift Spray Mark Hill

To start, add Root Lift Spray before you start brushing your hair, create a simple pony tail and secure it with an elastic band.

Mark Hill straightener

Then using your hands, start slightly pulling the hair on the top, to loosen it up and create more volume. Use the Salon Results Straightener to finish off the pony tail.


Finish off with Freeze Hold Spray, with it’s revolutionary formula, the spray will cool down the hair after using the straightener and hold everything in place.

To complete the whole Kendall Jenner inspired look, copy the glowing look created by Hrush Achemyan with Estee Lauder products, the brand of which Kendall is currently the face of. Start with a fresh dewy foundation and lots of bronzer and highlighter to get those killer cheekbones that all the Kardashians are known for. A simple shimmery brown eye and a pink lip are the finishing touches to you Kendall inspired look.

Jordan Harris

Jordan is a current university student and has enjoyed an international upbringing across Asia and the UK. Self-confessed handbag hoarder and stationary queen, she is pursuing a career in the world of journalism.