Nicole Richie Long, Tousled, Wavy Hairstyle with Bangs
Nicole Richie's boho waves have an earthy vibe to them. See how to get the look: 1. Rub curl enhancing cream through damp hair and blow dry with a diffuser to bring out your natural texture. 2. Use a 1-inch curling iron and curl the bottom half of your hair in sections. 3. Slightly finger comb them to loosen them into waves, and apply styling wax to the ends for a piece-y effect. See More Nicole Richie Hairstyles
Uma Thurman Romantic Updo
Uma Thurman's wavy chignon is a sexy way to wear wavy hair. Steal her style: 1. Work a curl-enhancing lotion through damp hair and blow dry with a diffuser, scrunching as you go. 2. Wrap the very top layer of your hair, and any strands that usually frame your face, around a half-inch curling iron to get more structured curls. Mist with hairspray. 3. Using fingers, comb and gather hair into a loose ponytail at the nape of your neck, securing it with an elastic. 4. Loop the pony into a bun, tucking in any loose ends. Pin into place with bobby pins that match your hair color. If pieces pop out, smile and let them be -- the messier, the hotter. 5. Mist with firm-hold yet touchable hairspray and pull a few face-framing tendrils out in front if you like. See More Uma Thurman Hairstyles
Olsen Twins Romantic, Curly Hairstyles for Prom
The Olsens' tight tendrils are perfect for a party or a dressed up event. Steal their styles: 1. The night before, create random 1-inch sections all over head. With each section apply a curling mousse and twist hair into tight buns, securing with bobby pins. 2. The next morning, take a blow dryer to your little buns and blast them with hot air until the bobby pins are hot to the touch. 3. Let your little buns loose and spray entire heard upside down with a strong hold hairspray. 4. If any curls need further definition (they should be pretty bouncy already) go ahead and hit some with a small-barreled curling iron.
Mandy Moore Long, Tousled Updo
Mandy Moore's chic updo works for a casual or more glam event. Steal her style: 1. Use a volumizing spray before blow drying hair with a diffuser, for maximum body. 2. Part dry hair on the side, pull it back into a ponytail halfway between the crown of your head and the nape of your neck and secure it with an elastic band. 3. Twist the end of the ponytail around the base of the ponytail loosely, and secure it into place with bobby pins. It's okay if it looks slightly messy; this is not a sleek look. In fact, you can even massage the bun with your hands to make it looser and more messy. 4. Using a small amount of hair wax, smooth down any hair strands that are flying out on the front and sides of your hair, and use hairspray to lock the look in place.
Lindsay Lohan Curly, Blonde Ponytail
Lindsay Lohan's blonde ponytail has a Taylor Swift-like sweetness -- great for meeting the parents. What to do: 1. Coat hair with a heat-protective, texturizing spray. 2. Wrap 1-inch sections of hair around a half-inch curling iron to get tight, spiral curls. Continue until your whole head of hair is done. 3. Finger-comb curls to stretch them out, then mist with hairspray. 4. Gather hair into a side ponytail, leaving out a handful of tendrils to frame your face. Secure beneath one ear with an elastic. 5. Wrap one tendril back and around the elastic to cover it. Secure beneath your ponytail with a bobby pin.
Kate Bosworth Wavy, Formal Half-Updo
Kate Bosworth's wavy hairstyle can be done on naturally wavy hair or straight hair. What to do: 1. If your hair is wavy, apply a curl enhancing cream to start. If you hair is straight, apply a styling mousse to hold curls better instead. Blow dry with a diffuser to bring out curls. 2. Curl your hair using a curling iron, but leave out the ends -- you want a messy look. 4. Now pin hair back into a half updo. 3. Don't forget to pull out some strands near your ear and curl them.
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.
Julianne Hough Blonde, Curly Half Updo
Julianne Hough's curly half updo is perfect for those who have long hair and an oval face, and want a formal style for their next big occasion. How to do it: 1. To get started, rub a curling cream through your damp hair, making sure to get the tips, too. 2. Then, blow dry your roots with a diffuser -- don?t use a brush, just your fingertips. 3. Once hair is completely dry, section off hair and use a curling iron to create ringlets (spray hairspray before and after curling). 4. Next, create a side part, extending all the way to the back of your crown. 5. Pull back half of your hair on both sides of your face and join the two sides. Twist around the tips into a neat bun and pin to secure. 6. To finish, mist hair with a light-hold hairspray.
Jessica Simpson Edgy, Blonde Updo
Jessica Simpson's messy look is just what is in order for drinks with the girls. Messify your look with these tips: 1. Using a large-barrel round brush, blow dry hair. 2. Create a loose French twist by pulling hair toward the nape of your neck, twisting counter clockwise, pulling ends toward the ceiling and using bobby pins to secure in place. Don't worry about loose ends or flyaways -- the messier the better, we say. 3. Pull a few face-framing pieces free along with a few from the top for that extra-messy feel. 4. Finish with shine spray all over.
Angelina Jolie Wedding Updo
Angelina Jolie's loose French twist is ideal for medium to long hair. 1. Roller set dry hair with big hot rollers (apply them all over your head) for about 10 minutes and let loose once they're cool. This will help hair keep its hold as well as create those loose curls coming out the top of the twist. 2. Comb hair smoothly back from your forehead and to one side on the back of your head. Pin hair flat down to one side against scalp. 3. Take hair from the bottom and start twisting up, counterclockwise so you are twisting over the bobby pins already in place. Twist all the way up, pinning as you go (tip: if you crisscross the pins, the twist will stay better). 4. Once secure, fluff out the curls coming out of the top of the twist. 5. Pull out a couple of pieces around your face and spritz your entire head with medium hold hairspray.
Angelina Jolie Sexy Updo
Angelina Jolie's messy twist is super sultry for medium length hair. 1. Apply a volumizing mousse and blow dry hair using a large barreled round brush, lifting at the roots to create volume. 2. Finger brush dry hair away from forehead and to one side on the back of your head. Pin hair down to one side against scalp. 3. Take hair from the bottom and start twisting up, counterclockwise so you are twisting over the bobby pins already in place. Twist mid way up, pinning as you go. 4. Once mid-way up the twist, pull the ends (that are pointing towards the ceiling) down and tuck them into twist and secure. 5. Come back to the front of your hair and mess things up a bit with your fingers, making hair loose from your pinned twist and pulling out random pieces near your face - it will look like you just got your hair done but then rolled in the hay for an hour - super sexified.
Adrienne Bailon Long, Tousled Updo
Adrienne Bailon's sexy updo is the perfect look for a casual summer evening. 1. Use a volumizing spray before blow drying hair with a diffuser, for maximum body. 2. Part dry hair on the side and pull it back into a twist. Secure it into place with bobby pins. 3. Sweep the bangs off to one side, and, using a large-barrel curling iron or hot rollers, curl for five to 10 seconds. You want a slight wave in the bangs, not a full-on curl. 4. Using a medium or small-barrel curling iron, add curls to small sections of the hair hanging down in back. Create a mixture of waves and slightly tighter curls; you want your hair to look like it's totally natural (yeah, yeah, it's that whole looks easy but actually takes a ton of work deal). Use a medium-hold hairspray to secure the style in place. Link See More Adrienne Bailon Hairstyles