Liv Tyler Long, Wavy Hairstyle with Bangs
Liv Tyler's barely-there waves are a great way to dress up heavy, straight styles on blah hair days. To get the look: 1. This is an easy one. Start with straight, shiny, clean hair and make a deep side part. 2. Curl the entirety of your bangs around a 1-inch curling iron for a quick second and let loose. Sweep bangs to the side. 3. Now curl 2-inch sections of the top layer of your hair around the iron to create random ringlets. Leave most of your hair straight. 4. Set ringlets with hairspray.
Kelly Rowland Straight Hairstyle with Bangs
Kelly Rowland's luxe blow out can be worn to a job interview ... and out for drinks to celebrate landing the gig. Get the look: 1. Apply conditioning, straightening balm to damp hair and blow dry straight with a paddle brush. Blow dry the bangs separately, see next step. 2. Switch to a Mason Pearson-style boar-bristle brush. Blow the bangs to the left, and the right, a few times, then direct them forward with a natural bend. 3. Curve the ends of your hair under using a flatiron. 4. Finish the ends with a dab of grooming cream.
Jennifer Aniston Long, Wavy Hairstyle with Bangs
Jennifer Aniston's wavy style is great for softening a longer face and for achieving a fun, youthful look. Get the look: 1. Shampoo and towel dry hair. 2. Spray on a leave-in conditioner, turn head upside down and blow dry on a lower setting to achieve full body, with minimal heat damage. 3. Once hair is thoroughly dry, make a deep side part and sweep hair and bangs over to one side (to whichever side your hair falls naturally). 4. Use a large-barrel curling iron to quickly wrap and unwrap sections of hair and bangs. Don't leave hair wrapped around curler for long; you want waves, not tight curls. Tousle and arrange strands with your fingers and lightly mist with a holding spray. See More Jennifer Aniston Hairstyles