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.
Jennifer Aniston Long, Wavy Hair with Highlights
Jennifer Aniston's beautiful waves highlight her, um, highlights, and frame her face in a style that makes her eyes and smile pop. Get the look: 1. Rub a generous amount of volumizing mousse into the roots of your towel-dried hair, or spray it with a volumizer. 2. Turn head upside down and blow dry with a diffuser, separating strands with your fingers and adding bounce to your strands. 3. When your hair is completely dry, part it in the middle and start twisting large sections of hair around a large-barrel curling iron. Vary which way you roll up the iron, and run fingers through your hair to loosen the curls. Varying the direction of the curls will help add volume and shape to your style. See More Jennifer Aniston Hairstyles
Jennifer Aniston Long, Tousled Hair with Highlights
Jennifer Aniston's long, wavy hairstyle is a versatile look that works for casual or formal occasions, and is perfect for showing off gorgeous highlights. Try these tips: 1. Shampoo and towel dry hair, adding in a volumizing mousse to the roots while it's still damp. 2.Turn head upside down and blow dry with a diffuser, tousling hair with fingers as you do. 3. Once thoroughly dry, part hair straight down the middle, and curl large sections with a large-barrel curling iron. 4. Don't brush hair; instead, shake the curls loose with your fingers. To polish the look, tuck a small strand from the front on each side behind your ears, and spray the whole 'do very lightly with hairspray. Remember, not too much hairspray -- this style isn't meant to look perfect ... let your beautiful waves do their thang. See More Jennifer Aniston Hairstyles
Jennifer Aniston Long, Straight Hair with Highlights
Jennifer Aniston's fun, sexy look is the perfect party 'do and a great style for a more formal daytime occasion. Get the look: 1. After applying smoothing cream to damp hair, part it down the middle. 2. Blow dry it with a diffuser and a round brush to add extra volume, starting with the hair closest to the scalp, where you want the most volume. 3. Touch up any waves or frizzy sections with a flat iron. 4. Finger arrange the front strands to frame your face. See More Jennifer Aniston Hairstyles
Jennifer Aniston Long, Sedu Hairstyle with Highlights
Jennifer Aniston's style is great for making an oblong-shaped face look heart-shaped. What to do: 1. Use a leave-in conditioner and blow dry hair. 2. Using the hair straightener that is best for your hair length and thickness, work with small, 2-inch sections and smooth your hair, gliding the iron down from the root of your hair to the tip. 3. Sedu styling rule no. 1: Brushes are a no-no. Your fingers are a yes-yes when it comes to styling. Once you've straightened all your hair, use your fingers to arrange the sections in front to frame your face and lightly mist with hairspray to make the sleek look hold. See More Jennifer Aniston Hairstyles
Jennifer Aniston Long, Wavy, Layered Hair with Highlights
Jennifer Aniston's long, wavy hair is great for those times when you don't want totally straight hair -- or totally curly hair. Steal her style: 1. Starting with damp hair, spray a volumizer onto the roots and scrunch it through hair. 2. Part hair slightly toward one side. Use a large round brush to blow dry sections of hair. Start at the roots -- which adds volume -- and slowly drag the brush from the top of the head to the ends. 3. Once hair is completely dry, add extra volume, and direct the waves, by wrapping a few large sections around a large-barrel curling iron, for just a few seconds. 4. Shake the curls loose with your fingers, styling the waves into the shape and direction you like. See More Jennifer Aniston Hairstyles
Jennifer Aniston Long, Straight Hair with Highlights and Layers
Jennifer Aniston's style is perfect for a super-swanky formal occasion or a regular ol' party. What to do: 1. Apply smoothing cream to towel-dried hair, and blow dry hair with a paddle brush to straighten it and add volume. 2. Part the back section of hair down the middle and the front section off to one side. 3. Using a straightening iron, smooth out 2-inch sections of hair, all over the head. 4. Set the look with a shine spray, and arrange hair with fingers, sweeping the front section across your head and tucking it behind your ear. See More Jennifer Aniston Hairstyles