Paris Hilton Wavy, Funky, Party Hairstyle
Paris Hilton's super-wavy hair is perfect for a party, or if you like to rock the boho look. What to do: 1. If your hair isn't already wavy or curly, apply a curling cream (apply a defrizz serum if you're a curly girl) and blow dry hair with a diffuser -- no brush needed because you're going to want it somewhat messy. 2. When your hair is completely dry, part your hair directly down the middle, making sure to part your bangs too, if you've got 'em. 3. Take a 1-inch barrel curling iron, and curl random sections throughout your hair to add some extra oomph. 4. Then, gently brush the curls to get a more wavy -- less ringlet -- look. 5. Finish with a light holding mist to keep waves in place, but don't overdo it. Then add a stretchy headband across your forehead for some added glam. See More Paris Hilton Hairstyles
Paris Hilton Blonde, Party Updo
Paris Hilton's playful, bow-inspired updo will be the hit of the party, especially if you're looking to make a big statement. But unless you're rivaling Rapunzel in hair length, you'll need a hairpiece to get your bow the size of Hilton's. How to do it: 1. First, apply a straightening cream to damp hair and blow dry your hair straight with a paddle brush. 2. Next, rub a dollop of pomade or serum through your hair for added glossiness. 3. Then, pull your hair back into a tight ponytail, right below the crown of your head (you're going to want to make it pretty high so everyone can see you're a present). Make sure you don't have any stray hairs or bumps -- the goal here is smooth. 4. Now, the tricky part. Divide your ponytail into three sections: right, left and middle. Loop the right section around, front to back, and secure in the middle near the hair tie and do the same for the left side. 5. Take the middle section and loop it up and back, and secure with pins in the back by the hair tie. Alternately, head to a wig shop and get a bow hairpiece and attach it to your ponytail, tucking your ends underneath it. 6. Mist with a mega-hold spray to keep the bow secure. See More Paris Hilton Hairstyles
Mischa Barton Long, Tousled Updo
Mischa Barton's casual updo is perfect for work or after-work dinner plans. To get the look: 1. Prep for the hairstyle by applying a texturizing lotion to wet hair. 2. Use a large round brush to add volume while blow drying hair. 3. One hair is dry, gather it up from the front and sides and pull towards the back. Twist hair twice and pin into place, or, secure first with an elastic band, twist and then pin into place for extra hold. 4. You're going for a casual look, so don't worry about a few hairs out of place. In fact, that's the idea here. Pull a few random strands here and there, and touch them up with a hair straightener or a curling iron (depending on the look you want). Set the look with a light misting of hair spray.
Mariska Hargitay Layered Hairstyle with Long Bangs
Mariska Hargitay's style is a perfect choice for fine, straight hair. What to do: 1. This look is all about the cut, so take this picture to your stylist and ask for a short, layered bob with long, sideswept bangs. 2. To do this 'do, use mousse at the roots of your hair and blow dry hair up at the roots to get some volume, then style straight. 3. Fix your bangs by holding them to one side, between your second and third fingers, as you dry. 4. For the finishing touch, put a little wax on your fingertips and piece out the ends of your hair. Keep the wax just on the ends or your style will fall flat.
Mandy Moore Short, Straight, Funky Hairstyle
Mandy Moore's short, piecy hairstyle is good for a fun, casual night out. To get the look: 1. Spray leave-in conditioner on hair, and part it to one side. 2. Blow dry with a small round brush to smooth hair out. 3. Using a generous amount of hair wax, sculpt hair in directions you want it to lay. Pull out strategic pieces and wax them individually, then push them into the position you want them to lay. Finish the look with a medium-hold hairspray.
Mandy Moore Short, Brunette, Sexy Hairstyle
Mandy Moore's adorable razored, short 'do is chic and sexy. Steal her style: 1. With a short cut, it's especially important that you use a styling mousse on wet hair, so that the look doesn't go flat. Working a dollop of mousse through hair before your blow dry will add volume, especially to the top. 2. Part hair to the side. Using a small round brush, blow dry small sections of the front and side under (pull brush through hair with brush under hair). For the back of hair, blow dry with brush on top of hair, which will help add volume and achieve the piecy look at the ends. 3. To finish the look, use hair wax to arrange pieces of bangs, and to sculpt ends of hair in back. Lock in place with a light-hold hairspray.
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 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 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.
Kirsten Dunst Short, Sexy Hairstyle
Kirsten Dunst's slick pixie works best for fine hair -- if hair is too thick or textured, it'll stick up like a Chia Pet. To get her look: 1. Use a fine-tooth comb to style hair while it's wet and clean. Then while it's still wet, rake it with your fingers to create some chunky texture. Air dry. 2. When it's totally dry, add grooming cream (a pea size at a time) and style it into a chic, side-slicked look, bangs included. 3. To finish, spray your fingertips with hairspray and glide them along your bangs to help keep them in place.
Jewel Tousled, Blonde Hairstyle for Fine Hair
Jewel's messy, medium-length, party-perfect hair looks like it has lots of volume, even though it's really super-fine. To get the look: 1. To start, apply a volumizing cream to your hair, and blow dry hair upside down (without a brush) so it gets lots of texture. No worries if it's messy. 2. Once your hair is dried to the max, run your brush through to tame it down a bit. Then, take your curling iron and curl a few random sections. 3. When the curls set, run your hands through your hair to loosen them. 4. Then, make a swooping side part almost all the way to the back of your crown. 5. At the back of your crown, use a teasing comb to pump up the volume, then smooth over the top layer. 6. Finish off with a holding spray, and you're ready to step out.