Sharon Osbourne Short, Red Hairstyle
Sharon Osbourne's sophisticated style looks great on short hair. See how to get it: 1. Mist damp hair with volumizing spray and blow dry each section using a round brush to add volume. 2. Rub a bit of styling wax between your fingertips and piece out the layers of your bob to add movement. 3. You can either tuck your hair behind your hears or let it fall forward. See More Sharon Osbourne Hairstyles
Lindsay Lohan Red, Wavy Half Updo
Lindsay Lohan's half updo is a little bit country, a little bit rock 'n' roll, and perfect for wavy or curly hair. To get the look: 1. Work a bit of curling lotion through damp hair and blow dry with a diffuser, scrunching any natural waves to make the most of them. 2. Using a wet comb and some gel, slick hair back on the front and sides, poofing hair up at the crown (you can tease it to get the job done) for a heightened effect. 3. Pin hair in place with bobby pins and set with strong-hold hairspray.
Lindsay Lohan Red Updo for Prom
Lindsay Lohan's classic backswept 'do really showcases the face. What to do: 1. Make sure your complexion is perfect, since there's no hair to hide behind (kidding). Start by backcombing (teasing) dry hair all around the crown. You should look a bit like you've been electrocuted. 2. Using a boar-bristle brush, smooth teased hair back into either a high bun or a French twist and pin into place. (Angle pins up for the best hold.) 3. Mist all over with strong-hold hairspray.
Lindsay Lohan Chic, Red Updo
Lindsay Lohan's easy updo is a fast way to hide bad hair days. Tips to get her look: 1. Part your hair to the side and brush it all back into a low ponytail. 2. Wind the ponytail into a bun, tuck in ends and pin the bun into place. 3. Tuck any loose layers up front behind your ear (pin if necessary) to show off your face. 4. Mist with hairspray to set.
Lindsay Lohan Long, Wavy, Red Hairstyle
Lindsay Lohan's long, layered style is an easy way to make straight hair look glam. To get the look: 1. Start with a cut that has layers from your chin down. 2. Apply mousse throughout towel-dried hair and volumizing spray at the crown. 3. Blow dry, smoothing long bangs with a large round brush. 4. Pin the very top layer of your hair into large pin curls (or put them in Velcro rollers) while you curl the rest in different directions with a 1-inch barrel curling iron. (Or if your arm is screaming bloody murder, clip in long, wavy extensions to fast-track the look,) 5. Release the pin curls, mist with light, non-crispy hairspray, and scrunch curls all around with your fingers.
Lindsay Lohan Long, Tousled, Red Hairstyle with Highlights
Lindsay Lohan's long, layered style is a great choice for hair that's at least chin-length (she uses extensions, and so can you). Steal her style: 1. Apply a straightening balm (if your hair isn't already straight), then blow dry with a large round brush, curling ends in. 2. If you're using long extensions, clip them in just under your top layer of hair and all the way around your head so no one will be the wiser. 3. Wrap 1-inch sections of your hair and the extensions (if they are human hair) in vertical spirals around a curling iron. If you're using synthetic wavy extensions, just curl the layer of hair that's actually growing from your head until it matches.
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.
Debra Messing Long, Red, Wavy Hairstyle
Debra Messing's sexy side part and shiny waves make for a fabulous down-'do for proms or other parties. Get the look: 1. To get this look, start by applying a volumizing mousse to towel-dried hair. 2. Next, blow dry hair using a large round brush. Lift hair at the roots as you dry to build lots of bouncy volume. Nothing looks sexier than super bouncy, "I-just-stepped-out-of-a-hair-commercial" locks. 3. Once hair is dry, spray 2-inch sections with a styling spray. Then, hold a large-barreled curling iron vertically and curl 2-inch sections of hair up to about two inches from the top of your head. 4. When all sections have been curled, rub a small drop of shine serum between your palms, then finger through your waves to break them up and add luster.
Debra Messing Long, Curly, Red Hairstyle
Debra Messing's tight spiral curls are easy to create if you have naturally curly or wavy hair. Here's what to do: 1. Start by working to enhance your hair's natural texture. First, evenly distribute a good amount of curl enhancing cream throughout damp hair, and then gently shake strands to bring out curls. 2. Next, use a diffuser to blow dry your roots. Keep your hands out of your hair -- unless you actually like hair that resembles Brillo. 3. Once roots are dry, divide your hair into small, 1-inch sections. Wind each section around your pointer finger to create a curly-cue, then pin in place on your scalp. 4. Leave curls to set until they're completely dry, then remove pins and release ringlets. Mist hair with an anti-frizz, shine boosting spray to finish.