Sigourney Weaver Short, Tousled Bob
Sigourney Weaver's tousled look is a great choice for short hair. Steal her style:1. Right when you get out of the shower, part your hair down the center. 2. Apply texturizing mousse to damp hair and let it dry naturally. 3. If you want to add some more flair, wrap sections of hair around a 2-inch curling iron. 4. Spritz your waves with anti-humidity hairspray to finish. See More Sigourney Weaver Hairstyles
Nikki McKibbin Short, Red, Funky Hairstyle
Nikki McKibbin's short and sassy hairstyle is a perfect fit for fiery redheads (natural or otherwise). Use a temporary hair dye to get this vivid red shade, then use these tips to style:1. To get this look, start by applying a smoothing cream to damp hair.2. Next, use a vent brush to blow dry hair straight. Use the brush to flip the ends out in the back so hair looks fluffy and funky.3. Once hair is dry, create a zigzag part down the center. Gather small 1-inch sections along the part from the front to your crown into tiny ponytails. Secure with small elastic bands.4. Coat the surface of your hair with a shine serum to finish. See More Nikki McKibbin Hairstyles
Cynthia Nixon Short, Red Hairstyle
Cynthia Nixon's fiery bob is sexy, sophisticated and emphasizes her bright blue eyes. Get her look:1. Start by towel drying hair and prepping with a shine serum.2. With a flat paddle brush and a hair dryer, blow out hair straight.3. Once hair is 80 percent dry, create desired side part and using the same brush to create flip, brush hair out (rolling counterclockwise) while applying heat.4. Use a small amount of wax or pomade on the tips to structure and piece out wisps around face. A pretty pair of earrings doesn't hurt either for a dressed-up look.
Ashlee Simpson Red Bob with Bangs
Ashlee Simpson's gorgeous red hue is a mix of tones, that's why it looks so natural. Get the style here: 1. Shampoo and condition with a color-protective formula, a triple-must for red color since it fades way faster than others. 2. Blow dry hair using medium hold gel and a vent brush. Lift at the roots for volume and direct bangs to the side. 3. Run a flat iron from roots to ends. Curve the iron as you go to add a slight bend, so hair isn't stick-straight.4. Polish the ends with a little shine spray.