Paris Hilton Long, Straight, Blonde Hairstyle with Bangs
Paris Hilton's trendy, straight hairstyle works well for those who have razored bangs and want a dramatic 'do for a night out. Steal her look: 1.If your hair is wavy or curly, work in a smoothing cream to damp hair and blow dry straight using a paddle brush, making sure to blow dry your bangs, as well. 2. Next, heat up your straightener and touch up any pieces that may still be frizzy, and to insure your hair is uber-straight. 3. Brush bangs forward, and use a comb to create a center part about 2-inches back from your forehead and bring it all the way to the back of your crown. 4. Finally, apply a little shine serum to complete the look. See More Paris Hilton Hairstyles
Mandy Moore Long, Straight Hairstyle with Bangs
Mandy Moore's trendy style is perfect for a casual or more formal event, and her bangs soften her square-shaped face. To get the look: 1. Rub styling mousse throughout damp hair, focusing on the roots, to add extra volume. 2. Using a medium or large round brush, blow dry 1- to 2-inch sections of hair under (with the brush underneath the hair as you pull it through). Focus on the roots and the top layers, where you want the most volume. 3. With a hair straightener, smooth out any waves, curls or frizziness to help shape your look. 4. Using hair wax, separate bangs and arrange them all across your forehead and guide ends of hair under. Set the look with a light-hold hairspray.
Lindsay Lohan Long, Layered, Brunette Hairstyle with Bangs
Lindsay Lohan's multi-level waves are great for growing out a layered cut. To get the look: 1. Work a volumizing mousse through damp hair and blow-dry with a large round brush, flipping bangs in and layered ends out. 2. Smooth with shine serum and spritz with hairspray for a smooth finish. 3. Clip in long, wavy hair extensions at ear level. You want the clips to be hidden beneath the top layer of hair, which should match the color of the extensions perfectly. 4. If necessary, spot-curl to better blend the extensions in with your own hair (make sure you can heat-style your extensions before you put that blazing-hot curling iron on them). Or if you have time and a friend who's talented with shears, trim extensions to blend in with your layers.
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.