Jenni "Jwoww" Farley Long, Curly Half Updo with Highlights
Jenni "Jwoww" Farley's Long, Curly Half Updo with Highlights is a gorgeous way to style your hair for a fancy occasion. Steal her style: 1. To get Jenni "Jwoww" Farley's hairstyle, start by parting your hair to the side. 2. Use a teasing comb to tease the top section of your hair for more volume. 3. With a 1-inch curling iron, curl the bottom half of your hair. Use your fingers to mess up your curls for a bit of extra texture. 4. Pull all of your curls to the side, and secure it with a barrette. Mist all over with strong-hold hairspray to finish. See More Jenni "Jwoww" Farley Hairstyles
Lo Bosworth Romantic, Curly, Brunette Half Updo with Highlights
Lo Bosworth's Romantic, Curly, Brunette Half Updo with Highlights is a sophisticated look for your next party. Steal her style: 1. To get Lo Bosworth's hairstyle, part your hair down the center to begin. 2. Apply smoothing cream to damp hair, and blow dry using a round brush to smooth out the top half of your hair. You can let the bottom half of your hair dry naturally for more texture. 3. Use a 1-inch curling iron to curl the bottom half of your hair in large sections. Don't separate the curls with your fingers, just let them slip off the barrel and fall over your shoulders. 4. Gather the top section of your hair back into a loose half updo, and secure it with a clip or bobby pins. Let a few pieces of hair fall out around your face for a romantic touch. See More Lo Bosworth Hairstyles
Vanessa Hudgens Wavy, Tousled Half Updo with Highlights
Vanessa Hudgens' Wavy, Tousled Half Updo with Highlights is an easy way to style day old waves. See how to get it: 1. To get Vanessa Hudgens' hairstyle, part your hair messily down the center. 2. Rub texturizing mousse throughout your unwashed hair and let it set. To touch up your waves, wrap them around a 1-inch curling iron. 3. Mist your waves with spray gel, and use your hands to scrunch them to add shape to your look. 4. Leaving your bangs out, bring the top section of your hair back into a half updo. Secure it with a clip or barrette. See More Vanessa Hudgens Hairstyles
Ashley Greene Long, Sophisticated Half Updo with Highlights
Ashley Greene's warm highlights look so natural on a brunette. Steal her style: 1. Rub texturizing mousse through dry, unwashed hair and comb it through to bring out your natural texture. 2. Secure the top half of your hair in a half undo with a clip or barrette. Leave out a few pieces of hair around your face and sweep your bangs to one side. 3. If you want to add a bit more flair, curl the very ends of your hair. 4. Mist hair with a lightweight hairspray to finish.
Rachel McAdams Curly Half Updo with Bangs
Rachel McAdams' sideswept curls are a sophisticated and simple look for formal affairs. How to do it: 1. Start by blow drying hair straight using a round brush. Use a vent brush to blow dry your bangs forward and slightly to one side. 2. Once your hair is dry, wrap a small section of hair from ear-level down around a medium barreled curling iron, twisting the iron to about six inches from the top of your head. Hold in place for a few seconds before releasing the ringlet. 3. Repeat previous step until all sections are curled. Mist ringlets with a soft hold hairspray, then run fingers through the curls to separate strands. 4. Gather your hair to one side, and pin the top half of hair at the back of your head.
Olsen Twins Straight Half Updos
The Olsens' messy half tied-up hairstyles are great for a casual night on the town. Get the look: 1. Start by prepping damp hair with a smoothing cream. 2. Next, blow dry hair while brushing up and under with a medium-barreled round brush to create volume and bounce. 3. Once hair is dry choose a part: either straight down the middle like Ashley or slightly to the side like Mary Kate. 4. Leaving the front layers of your hair out (about three inches down the line of your part), pull back the rest with your hands and secure with a small clip just above the nape of your neck. Remember, the messier the back the better.
Nicky Hilton Straight Half Updo for Oval Faces
Nicky Hilton's straight and silky half updo works well for day and nighttime events. What to do: 1. To get the look, apply a straightening serum to damp hair and section off hair with clips. 2. Next, with a round brush, dry in 2-inch sections. Pull the brush gently through the hair and twist the brush under slightly at the end so the tips don't look severely straight. 3. When your hair is completely dry, apply a shine serum, making sure it's applied throughout the hair. 4. Next, take about four inches of hair at your forehead and pull it forward. Then, with a teasing comb, lightly tease the hair at your crown -- more teasing equals more height. 5. Then lay the front hair over the teased section, making sure it's pulled straight and sleek (you want it to be fly-away free) and secure in the back of the crown with a few bobby pins. 6. Finish off the look with a holding spray, making sure to get the bouffant, and the rest of your hair, too.
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.
Julianne Hough Blonde, Curly Half Updo
Julianne Hough's curly half updo is perfect for those who have long hair and an oval face, and want a formal style for their next big occasion. How to do it: 1. To get started, rub a curling cream through your damp hair, making sure to get the tips, too. 2. Then, blow dry your roots with a diffuser -- don?t use a brush, just your fingertips. 3. Once hair is completely dry, section off hair and use a curling iron to create ringlets (spray hairspray before and after curling). 4. Next, create a side part, extending all the way to the back of your crown. 5. Pull back half of your hair on both sides of your face and join the two sides. Twist around the tips into a neat bun and pin to secure. 6. To finish, mist hair with a light-hold hairspray.