Natalie Portman Medium, Romantic, Brunette Hairstyle
Natalie Portman's brunette hairstyle looks chic and romantic. Steal her style: 1. To start, part your hair down the center. 2. Use a 1 1/2-inch curling iron to curl the bottom half of your hair -- twist the barrel outward to create volume at the sides of your head. 3. While curling, make sure you leave out your ends for a casual feel. 4. Comb through your curls with your fingers, and mist them with finishing spray. See More Natalie Portman Hairstyles
Malin Akerman Wavy, Blonde, Chic Hairstyle
Malin Akerman's soft waves totally work for straight or wavy hair. Get this look at home: 1. To give your hair volume apply a mousse or volumizer before you dry. If you have wavy hair, use a paddle brush to blow dry it straight. 2. Once your hair is totally dry, make a side part. Then, curl the bottom section of your hair with a medium-barrel curling iron. You can pin the curls as you go or just leave them loose. 3. Once the curls are cool, keep away from the brush (that's an order!). Simply separate them into waves with your fingers. 4. Smooth on a drop of shine serum and you're all set. See More Malin Akerman Hairstyles
Kirsten Dunst Tousled Updo
Kristen Dunst's side-set chignon works well with fine hair that's layered. If some pieces slip out, that just makes it look better. To get the look: 1. Apply thickening spray and blow dry with a vent brush. (This will add volume, but not puffed-out volume.) 2. Blow dry bangs to the side. 3. Brush hair back and create a side ponytail behind your earlobe. Wind the tail into a bun and anchor it with bobby pins. 4. Mist allover with flexible-hold hairspray.
Kate Winslet Wavy Half Updo
Kate Winslet's wedding- and prom-friendly half updo is super flattering for almost anyone, without looking too young or old. Steal her style: 1. If your hair is too short, get some extensions to help you fake this 'do (your hair should be at least six inches long, though). 2. Work styling lotion through slightly damp hair, comb through and set your entire head with pin curls. Do this by wrapping sections of hair around your finger and then pin them to your scalp. (You can also use hot rollers on dry hair.) 3. Release and finger-comb waves. 4. Touch any curls up with a curling iron if needed. Pull the top section of hair back and pin into place, leave a face-framing piece on each side of your head.