Rachel Weisz's Wavy, Tousled, Brunette Updo
Rachel Weisz's faux bob shows off all your layers. Steal her style: 1. Rub texturizing cream through dry hair and part your hair to the side. 2. Curl the bottom half of your hair to add some texture, and finger comb them out into waves. 3. Bring all of your hair up so that it bunches at the back and falls right below your chin, and tuck the ends under and pin them down. 4. Let any loose pieces of hair fall out around your face, and re-curl them for a romantic effect. 5. Mist your finished look with a frizz-minimizing hairspray. See More Rachel Weisz Hairstyles
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.
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.)