Kristin Cavallari Long, Layered Hairstyle
Kristin Cavallari's layered look gives off a sweet, yet flirty, impression. Steal her style: 1. To get the look, apply styling cream and blow dry hair, flipping out your shorter layers with a round brush. 2. Use a curling iron on your longer layers to create a more dimensional look. 3. Finish with a shine serum or spray.
Keira Knightley Curly Hairstyle with Bangs
Keira Knightley's medium-length, curly style with choppy bangs is sexy for a hot date. Steal her style: 1. Start with dry hair and section out 2-inch random pieces covering your entire head. With each piece glide on a bit of mousse and twist the section into a tiny, tight bun, securing with a bobby pin. Leave out your bangs. 2. With a blow dryer, apply heat to tiny buns until bobby pin is hot to the touch. 3. Once buns are dry, let loose and spray with a flexible-hold hairspray. 4. If bangs aren't already straight, blow them out with a flat brush and apply a very small amount of pomade for that piecey look. Warning: Don't go overboard with this or bangs will look greasy.
Fergie Straight, Edgy, Half Updo
Fergie's sky-high 'do is super dramatic. Pump up the volume and get ready to rock and roll. Get your height on with these tips: 1. To get the look, apply a smoothing cream and blow dry your hair straight. 2. Once hair is dry, separate the front section of your hair and pin out of the way. 3. Leaving your hair loose in back, pull the sides of your hair back and pin into a French twist. 4. Now, tease the front of your hair. To tease: Hold a small section straight up, then take a fine-tooth comb from ends to roots. Repeat until you have the fullness you want. Be patient, for a look this crazy high it's going to take a lot of teasing. 5. Using a brush, smooth the front of the backcombed section, creating a slight wave in front. Tuck the ends of this section into the top of the French twist. 6. For even more height, slide the end of a tail comb into the teased hair and lift. 7. Mist with extra hold hairspray.
Eva Mendes Braided, Funky Updo
Eva Mendes' crown of twists, with a trailing, textured braid down the back, is an offbeat look for proms and other dressy occasions. Turn some heads with these tips: 1. To get this look, start by misting damp hair with a texturizing spray before blow drying it straight with a round brush. Don't focus too much on sleekness when you're drying, as in this case, you actually want hair to look a bit ratty and rumpled. 2. When hair is dry, gather all of it into a high ponytail and secure in place with an elastic band. 3. Next, divide the hair that's coming out of the ponytail into four sections. Twist three of the top sections a few times, winding them casually around the base of the ponytail. 4. With the lowest, remaining section, braid hair loosely and secure at the end with an elastic band before pushing the braid over one shoulder. Massage the braid a little with your fingers to give it that loose, messy style. 5. Finish by misting the top of the style with a strong hold hairspray. Don't spray the braid -- it's supposed to look messy and fall as your night wears on.