Kate Bosworth Blonde Updo
Kate Bosworth's Blonde Updo is a super cute way to style medium-length hair. See how to get it: 1. To get Kate Bosworth's hairstyle, start by applying smoothing cream to damp hair. Blow dry straight using a round brush. 2. Leaving out a 2-inch section of hair near your face on both sides of your hair, brush the rest of your hair back into a low ponytail. Secure it with an elastic. 3. Bring the remaining sections of hair down below your pony, and pin them under the elastic to hide them. 4. Mist all over with lightweight hairspray to finish. See More Kate Bosworth Hairstyles
Chloe Sevigny Medium, Blonde, Updo Hairstyle
Chloe Sevigny's Medium, Blonde, Updo Hairstyle is an easy take on a classic updo. Steal her style: 1. To get Chloe Sevigny's hairstyle, part your hair in the middle. 2. Apply smoothing cream to damp hair and blow dry straight using a round brush. 3. Leaving a few pieces to frame your face, take the rest of your hair and create a low bun in the back. Secure with an elastic band. 4. Mist your entire hairstyle with medium-hold hairspray to finish. See More Chloe Sevigny 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 Blonde, Prom Updo
Kate Winslet's 'do is an Oscar favorite -- but you can wear it anywhere. What to do: 1. Apply mousse to damp hair and blow dry with a round, mixed- or boar-bristle brush. 2. Work styling gel through hair (from ear-length down). 3. Part hair in the center and brush back into a low ponytail, leaving out some strands out near your temples. Secure the pony at the nape of your neck with an elastic. 4. Braid or twist the ponytail to wrap it around the base. Secure with bobby pins. 5. Twist the hair you left out back and over the top of the bun. Pin into place. 6. Tame flyaways with finishing cream and apply hairspray for extra hold.
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.
Kate Bosworth Sophisticated Updo
Kate Bosworth's tight bun looks great on both short and long hair. Steal her style: 1. If you have short hair, apply a generous amount of gel to slick back the shorter strands. If you have long hair, you shouldn't have a problem with getting all of your hair to stay in the bun. 2. Pull hair back into a tight bun, and bobby pin any stray strands. 3. Use the tail of a comb to pull the top of your hair up (but nothing too drastic, OK?) and smooth on a frizz-fighting product to tame flyaways.
Julia Stiles Party Updo
Julia Stiles' uber-casual updo would be great for a casual get-together. Steal her style: 1. Blow dry damp hair straight using a paddle brush. 2. Tease the hair at the crown for a little extra volume. 3. Pull back hair into a French twist by twisting all your hair to the right while pulling the ends of your hair up toward the ceiling and pinning in place. The messier the better in this step. 4. Loop ends over and tuck into French twist, pinning in place and use a bit of spray shine to glam it up a bit.