Kim Kardashian Chic, Formal, Black, Wedding Updo
Kim Kardashian's Chic, Formal, Black, Wedding Updo is a gorgeous hairstyle that will stay in place for hours. Steal her style: 1. To get Kim Kardashian hairstyle, start with wet hair. Flip your hair over, and brush all of your hair into a ponytail at the top of your head. 2. Once you've secured the ponytail tightly with an elastic, flip your head back up. Wrap the bottom of your ponytail around the elastic to form a ballerina bun. Use hairpins to secure the bun into place. 3. Mist your updo generously with strong-hold hairspray to keep it in place. See More Kim Kardashian Hairstyles
Kim Kardashian Long, Chic, Curly Hairstyle
Kim Kardashian's slicked-back look works best on unwashed hair. See how to get it: 1. Apply a dollop of styling mousse to the top of your hair and brush it back well. 2. Bring back the very top layer of your hair (like you would for a half-updo) and secure it in place at the back of your head using bobby pins. 3. Use a 1 1/2-inch curling iron to curl the rest of your hair. Spritz the curls with spray gel and tousle them for a more modern spin on this romantic look. See More Kim Kardashian Hairstyles
Thandie Newton Black, Curly, Romantic Hairstyle
Thandie Newton's curls look so romantic when they're worn with a pretty dress. Steal her style: 1. If you've got a head full of natural curls, apply smoothing cream in sections, gently shaking each to let hair form into curls, and let hair air dry. 2. If your hair isn't naturally curly, mist with a heat protectant spray and use a 1/2-inch curling iron to curl all of your hair. 3. Now put a dallop of styling cream on your palms, rub them together and gently scrunch your curls to add a messy feel.
Zooey Deschanel Long, Curly Hairstyle with Bangs
Zooey Deschanel's fairytale curls would look gorgeous with a floor-sweeping gown. Steal her style: 1. Rub a few drops of shine serum through your hair for smoothness, and blow dry straight using a paddle brush. 2. Curl the bottom half of your hair in sections with a 1-inch curling iron and leave out the ends. Let each pretty curl fall into shape, rather than breaking them up with your fingers. 3. Use a round brush to blow dry your bangs straight (curl them inwards for a few seconds to get a slight lift), and arrange them across your forehead. Mist your curls with a light-hold hairspray. 4. Does your hair look more like Snow White's than Rapunzel's (a.k.a.: is your hair too short)? That's what clip in extensions are for, princess.
Ashley Greene Curly Half Updo for Prom
Ashley Greene's voluminous updo is so sexy and prom-perfect. Steal her style with tips from Herbal Essences celebrity stylist Charles Baker Strahan: 1. Spritz hair with a texturizing spray and use a diffuser to create a lightly tousled base. 2. To keep height in the crown, push hair forward and backcomb the hair underneath. It might look too tall, but it should be much larger than you think it should be. 3. Flip hair back down and set a front part. Spray some hairspray on a boar bristle brush and lightly smooth the top area. 4. Now work the sides back, smoothing hair from the sides only. (Don't deflate your volume up top.) Secure the pieces with bobby pins at the back of your head. 5. Use a medium sized curling iron to curl the bottom half of your hair, and set the look with a strong-hold hairspray.
Anika Noni Rose Layered Updo
Anika Noni Rose's chic updo can be yours with a little help (and tons of hairspray). Steal her style: 1. Tease the top section of your hair until it's got a fair amount of height, then smooth over the back section and pull the sides back tightly into a ponytail. 2. Now take a small barreled curling iron (or use your fingers) and style any loose strands or bangs near your forehead. Use hairspray to keep it in place. 3. Dowse the style fiercely with hairspray. (Really, this is no time to mist ladies.)
Rosario Dawson's Wavy Updo
Rosario Dawson's soft style works best on hair with chin-length layers. They will look like your "ends" once your hair is pinned up. To get the look: 1. If you have fine hair, wash it the day before. (It will be less likely to slip out of place.) 2. Style your hair into a messy side part. 3. If you don't have natural waves, add them by twirling large 2-inch sections around a 1.5-inch curling iron. Focus on hair from the eye-level down. 4. After, gather hair into a ponytail, but secure it very low, below the shoulders. 5. Roll the ponytail under and pin it to the back of your head, so the elastic is out of sight. This creates a "faux bob" look. 6. Pull out any of your chin-length layers that got stuck in the ponytail and pin up any longer layers that fell out so you have chin-length hair all around.
Keyshia Cole Long, Formal Updo
Keyshia Cole's sleek bun with its crown of curly-cues is perfect for weddings and proms. Get her style: 1. To create this look, begin with flat-ironed, perfectly straight strands. Brush hair back into a high ponytail and secure with an elastic band. 2. Separate the hair coming out of the ponytail into several thick sections. Twist each into a cinnamon bun-like (mmmmm, sticky buns) shape and pin in place at the base of the pony. 3. Spray the style with a strong hold hairspray to secure.
Jennifer Connelly Curly, Wedding Updo
Jennifer Connelley's updo is a classic and sophisticated style for curly girls going to any formal occasion. 1. Mist hair with a curl-enhancing spray, then scrunch strands while diffusing to boost natural waves. 2. Use your fingers to rake hair back into a loose ponytail, then twist pony into a bun and pin in place. 3. Set style with a mist of light-hold hair spray. Try to avoid the shallaced-look, though, as loose and natural are the keys to this look.
Angelina Jolie Romantic Half Updo
Angelina Jolie's lightly tousled half updo is perfect for a date or the prom. 1. For straight or slightly wavy hair, start by towel drying hair and apply a lightweight texturizing product while hair is still slightly damp. 2. Roughly blow dry with your head upside down (for volume) while gently finger combing. 3. Once hair is fully dry, section off your scalp into two parts by parting horizontally from ear to ear. Make sure to not brush your hair and to pull it away from your face with just your hands - you want it to look slightly messy. 4. Finally secure the top section with a barrette and spray with a medium hold hairspray.