Kirsten Dunst Short Hairstyle with Bangs
Kirsten Dunst's short look requires long, thick, deep-set bangs that are tapered at the outer edges. 1. Use spray gel on all hair except your bangs. Blow dry hair using a vent brush. (It will retain more body than with a natural bristle brush.) 2. Mist bangs with setting spray and comb down. Then blow dry and brush 'em a few times to the opposite side you want them to fall. Then blow dry them the other way until bangs are feathery and in place. 3. Use maximum-hold hairspray to keep bangs in place.
Kate Bosworth Chic, Straight Bob
Kate Bosworth's sleek bob is a stunning look for your next party. How to get it: 1. To get the look, apply a heat protecting spray first. Then blow dry hair straight. 2. Now straighten your hair with a flat iron, turning the ends under. 3. Tuck one side of your bob behind your ear. 4. Finish with a shine serum or spray.
Jessica Stroup Brunette Updo
Jessica Stroup's chic updo works perfectly on straight, layered hair with long, sideswept bangs. Steal her style: 1. If your hair is already straight, great. If not, just blow dry it straight with a paddle brush (use straightening balm if necessary). 2. Gather hair into a bun, either straight back or to the side, leaving your bangs and a few side pieces out. Secure with an elastic and bobby pins. 3. Make a deep side part with leftover pieces and flatiron them until they are super sleek. 4. Mist with shine spray if you want an extra glossy finish. Then set the entire look with hairspray.
Jessica Stroup Brunette Bob
Jessica Stroup's choppy, textured bob is edgy and imperfect -- is that you? See what to do: 1. Make sure hair is cut into a texturized bob that ends just below the chin. 2. Blow dry hair straight and part very deeply to the side with a comb. You may need to hairspray the part into place. 3. Work texturizing balm through fingers and smooth through random strands of hair to give the rest of your bob a piece-y look.