Cat Deeley Medium, Curly, Blonde Hairstyle
Cat Deeley's tousled curls look gorgeous on medium length hair. See how to get them: 1. Right when you get out of the shower, part your hair down the center. 2. Apply setting spray to damp curls to add texture, and blow dry using a round brush to smooth out the top of your head. You can rough dry the bottom half of your hair. 3. Wrap small sections of your hair around a 1-inch curling iron to create waves. Continue until the entire bottom half of your hair has been curled. 4. Finger comb through your waves to break them up, and mist with lightweight hairspray to finish. See More Cat Deeley Hairstyles
Sarah Jessica Parker Long, Straight, Blonde Hairstyle
Sarah Jessica Parker's long, straight hairstyle is a fantastic casual, yet chic look. To get the look: 1. Shampoo and blow dry hair, making sure your hair is completely dry. Add straightening balm to damp hair before drying, especially if your hair has waves or curls in it, and part hair down the middle. 2. Choose a hair straightener that is best for your hair length and thickness. Spray 2-inch sections of hair with shine spray, wait for hair to dry, and smooth your hair in the straightener, gliding the iron down from the root of your hair to the tip. 3. Don't brush your hair after using the straightener, as brushing could cause frizziness. 4. Using a small amount of hair wax, style the front pieces of hair to frame face.
Molly Sims Wavy Updo
Molly Sims' updo is great for medium-length blond hair and really shows dimension and shine. Get her look: 1. Create a deep side part on clean dry hair. 2. Create waves in hair by using a "waver" on dry hair. These are like "crimpers" from the 80s but instead of crimping -- you get waves. 3. Spray all over waves with flexible-hold hairspray. 4. Pull hair back into a bun by making a ponytail and then twisting clockwise around it, pinning pieces in place with bobby pins. Leave plenty of strands out to frame your face and give it that messy feel.
Molly Sims Long, Blonde Hairstyle
Molly Sims' hairstyle is gorgeous for long, layered hair. To get her style: 1. Evenly distribute a dime sized amount of styling cream to damp hair. 2. Using a large-barrel round brush, blow dry hair -- beginning with the bottom layer and ending with top layers. 3. Rub a dab of pomade on your fingertips and rough up the hair at the roots. You want a bit of rock-n-roll feel here. 4. Spray some flexible hold hairspray for that extra holding power.
Kristin Chenoweth Layered Shag
Kristin Chenoweth's simple shag works best on thin hair. To get the look: 1. After you wash your hair, blow dry until slightly damp. 2. Rub gel on your palms, and then rake hands through hair. 3. Now blow dry for another 30 seconds using cold air to set the style and give you piece-y texture.
Kristin Chenoweth Curly, Formal Half-Updo
Kristin Chenoweth's curly hairstyle is a great choice for prom or homecoming. Steal her style: 1. To get the look, curl your entire head (make sure hair is dry) using a small-barreled curling iron. Spray each curl with hairspray after you release it. 2. Then pull back half of your hair with a clip or barrette. 3. Spray again with hairspray to keep the curls intact.
Keyshia Cole Funky, Blonde, Short Hairstyle
Keyshia Cole's funky pixie 'do is sweet and simple to style. 1. Apply a dollop of mousse to the length of your hair, scrunching it into the roots. 2. Using a vented brush, blow dry strands straight by lifting small sections and directing the hot air underneath, which will add volume at the roots. 3. For the front swoop, brush hair forward and against the scalp while drying. 4. Finish the style by rubbing a few drops of a shine serum between palms, then smoothing over hair.
Katie Cassidy Formal, Wedding Updo
Katie Cassidy's formal updo is an elegant choice for a bride or bridesmaid. Steal her style: 1. To get the look, apply a smoothing serum and straighten hair first with a blow dryer and then using an iron. 2. Next, tie hair up into a high ponytail, brushing out bumps as you pull up. Sleek is what we're going for. 3. Separate your ponytail into sections and smooth gel through each. Form a loop with each section, criss-crossing them over each other. Secure each section with bobby pins, tucking them into the bun so they're hidden. Save one last section to wrap around the base of the updo. 4. Mist generously with hairspray -- definitely don't want it falling apart on your big day.