Zooey Deschanel Long, Curly Hairstyle with Bangs
Zooey Deschanel's fairytale curls would look gorgeous with a floor-sweeping gown. Steal her style: 1. Rub a few drops of shine serum through your hair for smoothness, and blow dry straight using a paddle brush. 2. Curl the bottom half of your hair in sections with a 1-inch curling iron and leave out the ends. Let each pretty curl fall into shape, rather than breaking them up with your fingers. 3. Use a round brush to blow dry your bangs straight (curl them inwards for a few seconds to get a slight lift), and arrange them across your forehead. Mist your curls with a light-hold hairspray. 4. Does your hair look more like Snow White's than Rapunzel's (a.k.a.: is your hair too short)? That's what clip in extensions are for, princess.
Ashley Tisdale Long, Brunette Ponytail with Braids and Twists
Ashley Tisdale's twisted side pony has lots of flair -- so prom-perfect. Steal her style: 1. Apply a volumizing foam to your hair and section off a large strand of hair to the front of one side. 2. Twist the section loosely as you pull it back over your ear, and tighter as you get near your neck. 3. Now gather the rest of your hair and combine it with the end of the strand, and tie it into a low, side pony. 4. Curl the ends of your pony using a 1-inch curling iron, and wrap a strand of hair around the base and tuck the end into the elastic for a flawless finish.
Mischa Barton Long, Curly, Sexy Hairstyle
Mischa Barton's sexy curls are a hot party look, from a prom to a wedding. Steal her style: 1. Starting with damp hair, work a volumizing mousse through your locks. 2. Part hair to one side, and, working in sections, blow dry hair with a diffuser and a large round brush. Pay special attention to the hair at the crown of your head, starting the brush at the root and slowly working it through to the ends, adding height and body to that section. Also use the round brush to blow dry the bangs forward, curling them under at the ends. 3. Once hair is dry, use a large-barrel curling iron or hot rollers to curl sections of hair all over sides and the back. 4. Finger comb the curls loose softly; you don't want to uncurl them, but you want to lift and separate them to add more body all over. If you want individual curls to stand out, apply a small amount of wax to your fingers and run it over those curls. Finish the look with shine spray to make it pop.
Mila Kunis Wavy Ponytail
Mila Kunis' style is so easy. If you can do a ponytail, you have this look nailed. What to do: 1. Blow dry your hair straight. Add waves by curling your hair with a medium-barreled curling iron, from below the ears down. 2. Make a side part and pull your hair back into a low ponytail, just above the nape of your neck. 3. Secure with a hair band. Then, take a small section of hair from your ponytail and wrap it around the band. Hide and secure the end of this section with a bobby pin below your ponytail. 4. Mist the front of your hair with hairspray and smooth any frizzies with your hands.
Milla Jovovich Long, Straight, Brunette Half Updo
Milla Jovovich's half updo is a glam look for those with straight, long hair without bangs. 1. If your hair isn't already straight, work a smoothing cream through your damp hair and blow dry hair straight using a paddle brush. 2. Then, go over your hair with a straightener -- the straighter the better for this style. 3. Make a part directly down the middle of your head with a comb, stopping right in the middle of your crown. 4. Next, take the hair in the back, and tease it to get a bit of height, then smooth over the top layer. 5. Grab the smoothed and teased portions, along with a few pieces from each side of your head, and pull them to the back of your head and secure with pins. 6. Finally, add a little bit of sparkle with a jeweled headband.
Lisa Kudrow Romantic Updo
Lisa Kudrow's style is an easy, casual-meets-glam look for any event. What to do: 1. Dirty secret: If your hair is just a little dirty (like washed the day before), it'll hold better. 2. Gently tease the hair around your hairline with a bristle brush. Smooth the front of your tease job and put your hair in a high ponytail. 3. Curl your ponytail, section by section with a medium-barreled curling iron. The trick: Wrap hair from the roots down and stop an inch or two from the ends. 4. Comb through the curls, one by one, and pin into place. 5. Finish off with a mist of hairspray.
Lindsay Lohan Romantic Updo for a Wedding
Lindsay Lohan's side chignon works great on day-old hair. To get the look: 1. Gather hair into a side pony, leaving half of your hair out at the front. Secure with an elastic. 2. Curl ponytail with a 1-inch curling iron. 3. To get a bit of texture, grab random sections of the ponytail and tease them with a comb, then gently smooth out with a brush. Mist with hairspray. 4. Tie the ponytail into a knot, pinning into place with as many pins as it takes. If a few strands pop out, leave them. You want a slightly messy finish. 5. Part the front of your hair in the center and gather the sides loosely back, wrapping ends that are long enough around the elastic to cover it. Pin into place. 6. Set with more hairspray.
Lindsay Lohan Romantic, Brunette Updo
Lindsay Lohan's wispy low bun is perfect for date nights. Steal her look: 1. Blow dry hair straight with a round brush and apply shine serum. 2. Backcomb (tease) hair at the crown of your head and set with hairspray. Smooth the top with a comb or paddle brush. 3. Pull hair back into a ponytail at the nape of your neck, securing with an elastic and leaving out 2-inch sections (to frame your face) plus a 1-inch section of hair underneath. 4. Wrap the sections of hair that were left out of the ponytail around a one-inch curling iron. 5. Start making a bun by pulling the ponytail through the elastic -- but not all the way through. The end of the pony should be sticking out of the bun, close to your neck. 6. Wrap the section that was left out beneath the ponytail around the elastic to disguise it. Secure with a bobby pin.
Lindsay Lohan Long Ponytail
Lindsay Lohan's bushy, side ponytail is a great way to salvage day-old curls. What to do: 1. If you're starting from scratch, set hair with hot rollers first, then release when cool. If you already have day-old curls, spritz roots with dry shampoo and brush through strands. 2. Part and brush hair neatly to one side, and create a ponytail behind one ear with a pretty elastic. (Only have ugly elastics? Leave a piece of hair out of the pony to wrap around the elastic instead, fastening the "cover-up" in place with a bobby pin.) 3. Pin bangs behind your ear (or as close as possible) and set the style with firm-hold hairspray.
Lindsay Lohan Wavy Half Updo with Bangs
Lindsay Lohan's half updo is perfect for a wedding. To get the look: 1. Set dry hair with jumbo hot rollers. Release, then mist with hairspray and finger-comb. 2. Tease hair at the crown until it's a few inches above your head, misting with hairspray as you go. 3. Smooth the top half of your hair (leave out about two inches on the front and sides) back over the crown of your head to form the half-up portion. Puff forward with your fingers and secure with bobby pins, hair combs or a decorative clip. 4. Spot-curl any sections that are left hanging and set with hairspray.
Katie Cassidy Formal, Wedding Updo
Katie Cassidy's formal updo is an elegant choice for a bride or bridesmaid. Steal her style: 1. To get the look, apply a smoothing serum and straighten hair first with a blow dryer and then using an iron. 2. Next, tie hair up into a high ponytail, brushing out bumps as you pull up. Sleek is what we're going for. 3. Separate your ponytail into sections and smooth gel through each. Form a loop with each section, criss-crossing them over each other. Secure each section with bobby pins, tucking them into the bun so they're hidden. Save one last section to wrap around the base of the updo. 4. Mist generously with hairspray -- definitely don't want it falling apart on your big day.
Kate Winslet Chic, Blonde Updo
Kate Winslet's chignon is sleek and perfect on the surface but unruly from behind -- just how we like it. Get the look: 1. If you're hair isn't naturally straight, apply straightening balm and blow dry it straight with a jumbo-sized round brush. 2. Work a palm full of styling gel through hair, slick hair (and bangs) back with a comb. 3. Gather hair into a ponytail and secure with a clear elastic just above ear level. 4. Twist the ponytail into a bun and pin into place, leaving the ends untucked. If a few pieces pop out, that's OK -- you want a little messiness back there.
Julianne Hough Blonde, Curly, Romantic Updo
Julianne Hough's curly, romantic hair with ringlets can be done even if you have straight hair. Here's what to do: 1. First, work a curling cream through your damp hair (make sure to get the sections underneath, too). 2. Then, blow dry your roots using a diffuser -- don?t use a brush, you're going to want to keep the curl, not smooth it out. 3. Once hair is completely dry, section off hair and use a curling iron to create ringlets (spray hairspray before and after curling). 4. Create a side part, and pin the ends of your hair into a loose bun. 5. Pull out the ringlets in the front and finish with a light-hold hairspray.
Jessica Simpson Wedding Updo
Jessica Simpson's classic and sophisticated updo is great for straight, long hair with no bangs. What to do: 1. Pull dry hair back with a hair band in a ponytail, leaving a little volume at the crown. 2. Smooth flyaways using just a dab of styling paste rubbed between your palms. Don't use too much -- your hair will end up looking greasy. 3. Tease the base of the ponytail and then smooth top portion by gently brushing with a boar-bristle brush. 4. Twist ponytail to the right and then loosely twirl ponytail clockwise around the base, then pin into place with bobby pins. 5. Finish with maximum hold hairspray and then a bit of shine spray for that extra glimmer in the moonlight.
Jessica Simpson Sophisticated Ponytail
Jessica Simpson's ponytail is a new twist on an old standby and is especially cute with long bangs. To get the look: 1. Spray hair with a volumizing spray, then blow dry hair in sections using a medium-barrel round brush. The more volume you can create at the root here, the better. 2. Tease your hair at the crown, brush over gently to smooth top layer and let bangs fall forward to the sides your face. 3. Pull hair into a low ponytail at nape of neck and secure with hair band or clip. 4. Finish with medium hold hairspray used sparingly in the crown area (where you teased).
America Ferrera Long, Straight, Brunette Half Updo
America Ferrera's partially pulled back hair is sexy and ultra romantic. This works great if you have layers cut around your face. 1. Start by blow drying your hair straight. 2. Separate out the pieces around your face. 3. Backcomb (tease) the hair at the crown of your head, then smooth the front of this section with a brush. 4. Pin this section in back with a couple of bobby pins. It's cool if the bobby pins show. Or, if you want somethin' a little glitzier you can slide in a barrette. 5. Spray a little hairspray on your hands and separate out the strands around your face. 6. Wash your hands (obviously).