Malin Akerman Medium, Curly, Blonde Hairstyle
Malin Akerman's Medium, Curly, Blonde Hairstyle is perfectly imperfect. See how to get the look: 1. To get Malin Akerman's hairstyle, part your hair down the center. 2. Mist damp hair with texturizing spray, and blow dry roughly using your hands. 3. Once your hair is completely dry, wrap sections of it around a 1 1/2-inch curling iron to get loose waves throughout your hair. 4. Mist all over with lightweight hairspray to finish. See More Malin Akerman Hairstyles
Kate Winslet Wavy Half Updo
Kate Winslet's wedding- and prom-friendly half updo is super flattering for almost anyone, without looking too young or old. Steal her style: 1. If your hair is too short, get some extensions to help you fake this 'do (your hair should be at least six inches long, though). 2. Work styling lotion through slightly damp hair, comb through and set your entire head with pin curls. Do this by wrapping sections of hair around your finger and then pin them to your scalp. (You can also use hot rollers on dry hair.) 3. Release and finger-comb waves. 4. Touch any curls up with a curling iron if needed. Pull the top section of hair back and pin into place, leave a face-framing piece on each side of your head.
Erika Christensen Curly, Blonde Hairstyle
Erika Christensen's spiral curls are simple to recreate on medium to long hair of any texture. 1. To start, apply a curl-enhancing mousse from roots to tips before blow drying, especially if your hair has looser waves or is on the straight side. A quick, rough blow dry is fine. 2. Section dry hair and spritz each section with a light-hold hairspray. Put down the Aqua Net, unless you want curls that crunch. 3. Wind each section around a thin-barreled (think 1-inch or less) curling iron, starting at the ends and working up. Hold the iron vertically and don't curl hair too close to your scalp (leave the top quarter of each section straight) in order to avoid searing your skin or looking like little orphan Annie. 4. Gently finger comb each section to break up and blend the ringlets. Try not to over-work or tease your hair, which can leave curls looking poodle-like. 5. Re-mist strands with a light-hold hairspray.
Debra Messing Long, Curly, Red Hairstyle
Debra Messing's tight spiral curls are easy to create if you have naturally curly or wavy hair. Here's what to do: 1. Start by working to enhance your hair's natural texture. First, evenly distribute a good amount of curl enhancing cream throughout damp hair, and then gently shake strands to bring out curls. 2. Next, use a diffuser to blow dry your roots. Keep your hands out of your hair -- unless you actually like hair that resembles Brillo. 3. Once roots are dry, divide your hair into small, 1-inch sections. Wind each section around your pointer finger to create a curly-cue, then pin in place on your scalp. 4. Leave curls to set until they're completely dry, then remove pins and release ringlets. Mist hair with an anti-frizz, shine boosting spray to finish.