Reese Witherspoon Blonde Bob
Reese Witherspoon's curls are one of the many ways to add retro-glam style to a short bob haircut. Steal her style: 1. Apply a volumizing mousse, then blow dry hair straight with a medium round brush (it's a slight helmet-head look, we know). 2. While hair is still warm, run an itty-bit of pomade between your hands and part bangs to the side, then create one large pin curl with them. Pin in place over your forehead. 3. With a 1-inch curling iron, work around your head to curl hair ends under. 4. Rub a some pomade or wax between hands and smooth over the rest of your hair, tucking select pieces behind your ears. 5. Release the pin curl and shape it to the side. Pin into place if it won't stay put. 6. Set bangs and curls with hairspray.
Jessica Stroup Straight, Brunette Updo
Jessica Stroup's sexy-yet-casual updo is super versatile for layered haircuts -- wear it anywhere. To steal her look: 1. Work curl-shaping gel through hair and blow dry with a diffuser to bring out wavy texture. Using a brush on your bangs only, sweep them to the side and flip them out. 2. Make a deep side part and gather hair into a side ponytail (leave out your bangs). Secure with an elastic. 3. Loop the ponytail into a knot and secure in place with bobby pins. 4. Pull out a face-framing tendril or two opposite your bangs. Set the look with hairspray. See More Jessica Stroup Hairstyles
Jessica Stroup Wavy, Brunette Bob
Jessica Stroup's wavy bob can be done with most any hair type, but it's best on naturally wavy ones. Get the look: 1. Make sure hair is cut into a long, angled bob that ends just below the chin. 2. Wash hair, work through with mousse and blow dry. 3. Using fingers, make large pin curls with 1-inch sections of hair and pin or clip into place. Hit hair with the blow dryer once more for a minute or two. Finish getting ready. 4. Release curls when cool, fluff with fingers and part hair to the side. Set with hairspray.
Drew Barrymore Short, Wavy, Romantic Bob
Drew Barrymore's short blonde bob is flirty, feminine and fun, and, best of all, good for formal or casual wear. Get the look: 1. Apply a volumizing mousse to wet hair, especially if your hair is not naturally wavy. The mousse will add body and make hair hold a wave more easily. Blow dry with a diffuser. 2. Make a dramatic part in hair, to one side. 3. Using medium-size hot rollers or a medium-barrel curling iron, roll 3-inch sections of hair for five to 10 seconds each. Unroll curls quickly and run fingers through them to loosen them into waves. Style them to frame your face and set look in place with hairspray. 4. For a funky accoutrement, add a bridal-style headpiece with netting, or add a sparkly barrette or flower in your hair. See More Drew Barrymore Hairstyles
Charlize Theron's Short, Edgy Hairstyle
Charlize's notice-me cropped hairstyle is all about the cut -- and great for those who have lots of fine, wavy hair. Just make sure you can afford trims every three weeks. Get her look: 1. Ask your stylist for a piece-y, texturized pixie -- like Audrey Hepburn's but about two inches longer. 2. Style hair with a pomade or texturizing balm. Just work a bit through fingers and shape sections the way you want 'em (in her case, inverted triangles). If only all hairstyles were this easy, sigh.
Charlize Theron's Short, Wavy Bob
Charlize Theron's classic Hollywood ringlets are just messy enough to be considered cool. Steal her style: 1. Start with a layered, chin-length bob (a great style if you're growing out a super-short cut). 2. Work volumizing mousse or spray through hair and blow dry with a small round brush. 3. Create one-inch-wide pin curls all over your head, or if you aren't that coordinated, set hair in curlers (think old-school Clairol Lock 'N Roll -- eBay anyone?). 4. Release when ready, shake it out and finger comb for a slightly messy look. 5. Part curls in the center and set with hairspray.
Charlize Theron's Curly, Sexy Updo
Charlize's upswept yet loose waves really draw attention to her eye makeup (hint, hint). Get the look with these tips: 1. Apply gel and blow dry naturally wavy hair with a diffuser. 2. Part hair in the middle and sweep it back into a bun. Secure into place with bobby pins, letting a few tendrils slip out for a messy look. 3. Hairspray side pieces into place, away from your face.
Charlize Theron's Blonde, Wavy Bob
Charlize Theron's waves make a simple bob more fun and flirty. Get wavy here: 1. Spray your hair with a thermal styling spray to protect it from heat and help your waves last throughout the day. 2. Make a deep side part. 3. Wrap 1-inch sections of hair around the outside of a large-barreled curling iron. The bigger the curling iron, the looser the wave will be. 4. After hair cools down and sets, run your fingers through your hair to loosen up the curls. You can use a curl-defining cream to add more texture. 5. Set with a finishing spray.