Paris Hilton Sophisticated Updo for Round Faces
Paris Hilton's glamorous updo is perfect for those with bangs who want chic, party hair. Get her look: 1. First, apply an anti-frizz serum, and blow dry your hair straight using a paddle brush (you're going to want to blow dry your bangs straight and to the side. too). 2. Then, create a side part (it should be pretty severe, here). 3. Then, keeping the part in tact, pull your hair back into a pony tail near the mid-back of your head -- making sure to comb the sides so they're super-sleek. 4. Take the tips of your pony and wrap them around the base and pin to secure. 5. Use a light finishing spray to complete the look. See More Paris Hilton Hairstyles
Paris Hilton Sophisticated, Braided Updo
Paris Hilton's braided, chic updo is the perfect sure-to-impress look for a prim and proper party. Get her look: 1. To get started, apply a straightening serum and blow dry hair straight with a paddle brush. 2. Then, use a comb to create a side part (you're going to want to part it pretty severely). 3. Next, pull your hair back into a tight ponytail below the crown of your head, making sure your side part does not get slicked straight back. 4. Take your hair in the ponytail and braid hair into tiny braids (you're going to want to make each the size of your pinky). 5. Take the ends of the braids and twist them around the base, and secure in place with pins. 6. Finish with a holding spray to keep flyaways at bay. See More Paris Hilton Hairstyles
Paris Hilton Blonde Half Updo for Round Faces
Paris Hilton's romantic half updo is an ideal look for a special occasion, especially for those with bangs. To get the look: 1. To get started, apply a straightening serum and blow dry hair straight using a paddle brush. You're going to want to blow dry your bangs straight as well. 2. Then, tease the hair at the crown of your head with a teasing comb (for this look, you're going to want to tease a lot). 3. Next, smooth the top layer of hair over the teased section, but make sure you don't slick your bangs back. Pin the hair into place at the back of your head. Note: you don't want to pull too much back -- stop about two inches above each ear. 4. Then, curl your ends with a curling iron, letting the ringlets cool and set. Then, mist with a finishing spray to hold the look in place. See More Paris Hilton Hairstyles
Paris Hilton Curly, Blonde Half Updo for Round Faces
Paris Hilton's glamorous half updo is a great choice for a formal, dressy function. A.K.A. the perfect wedding hair. How to do it: 1. To start, apply a smoothing cream and blow dry hair straight, using a paddle brush. 2. Then, tease the hair at the crown of your head with a teasing comb until you get the height you want (which for this look, should be pretty high). 3. Smooth the top layer of hair (from ear to ear) over the teased section, making sure it's perfectly straight and smooth, and secure with pins at the back of your head. 4. Next, with a slender curling iron, curl 2-inch sections, and let cool to set the curls in place. 5. Finally run your hands through your hair to loosen the ringlets, and mist with a holding spray. See More Paris Hilton Hairstyles
Mischa Barton Long, Curly, Sexy Hairstyle
Mischa Barton's sexy curls are a hot party look, from a prom to a wedding. Steal her style: 1. Starting with damp hair, work a volumizing mousse through your locks. 2. Part hair to one side, and, working in sections, blow dry hair with a diffuser and a large round brush. Pay special attention to the hair at the crown of your head, starting the brush at the root and slowly working it through to the ends, adding height and body to that section. Also use the round brush to blow dry the bangs forward, curling them under at the ends. 3. Once hair is dry, use a large-barrel curling iron or hot rollers to curl sections of hair all over sides and the back. 4. Finger comb the curls loose softly; you don't want to uncurl them, but you want to lift and separate them to add more body all over. If you want individual curls to stand out, apply a small amount of wax to your fingers and run it over those curls. Finish the look with shine spray to make it pop.
Mischa Barton Long, Curly, Romantic Hairstyle
Mischa Barton's pretty curls frame her face and show off her bright eyes and big smile. To get the look: 1. As always, when volume is key, apply volumizing mousse to wet hair at the roots. Blow dry with a diffuser and a large round brush, creating body and waves. 2. Part hair slightly to one side, and, using a large-barrel curling iron, curl 2-inch sections of hair all over the sides and back of head. Don't curl the bangs. 3. From the middle of your head on each side, gather a 1- or 2-inch section of hair towards the back of your head, halfway down between your crown and the nape of your neck. Form it into a ponytail and secure it with an elastic band or a pretty clip. 4. Lightly separate curls with your fingers; don't break up the curls, but break large sections of curls into several smaller ones, pointing in various directions to create a fuller look. 5. Use a straightening iron to smooth out your bangs, sweeping them off to each side of your head. Set the whole look with a medium-hold hairspray.
Michelle Williams Blonde Updo
Michelle Williams gets her bohemian on with this braided bun. To steal her style: 1. Start with wavy, blow dried hair. (Sleep in braids if your hair is straight, then undo.) 2. Tease roots at the crown and spray with volumizer for lift. 3. Leaving out front section (including bangs and strands that will frame your face), loosely braid one side of your hair back toward the nape of your neck and secure with an elastic -- any kind. 4. Repeat on the other side. 5. Join the braids and wrap them into a bun, tucking ends under to hide the elastics. Pin into place. (If your hair isn't long enough to make a bun, cross the ends up and into the opposite braid, the pin them so the ends are hidden. Set with hairspray.
Mandy Moore Long, Tousled Updo
Mandy Moore's chic updo works for a casual or more glam event. Steal her style: 1. Use a volumizing spray before blow drying hair with a diffuser, for maximum body. 2. Part dry hair on the side, pull it back into a ponytail halfway between the crown of your head and the nape of your neck and secure it with an elastic band. 3. Twist the end of the ponytail around the base of the ponytail loosely, and secure it into place with bobby pins. It's okay if it looks slightly messy; this is not a sleek look. In fact, you can even massage the bun with your hands to make it looser and more messy. 4. Using a small amount of hair wax, smooth down any hair strands that are flying out on the front and sides of your hair, and use hairspray to lock the look in place.
Lindsay Lohan Romantic Updo for a Wedding
Lindsay Lohan's side chignon works great on day-old hair. To get the look: 1. Gather hair into a side pony, leaving half of your hair out at the front. Secure with an elastic. 2. Curl ponytail with a 1-inch curling iron. 3. To get a bit of texture, grab random sections of the ponytail and tease them with a comb, then gently smooth out with a brush. Mist with hairspray. 4. Tie the ponytail into a knot, pinning into place with as many pins as it takes. If a few strands pop out, leave them. You want a slightly messy finish. 5. Part the front of your hair in the center and gather the sides loosely back, wrapping ends that are long enough around the elastic to cover it. Pin into place. 6. Set with more hairspray.
Lindsay Lohan Romantic, Brunette Updo
Lindsay Lohan's wispy low bun is perfect for date nights. Steal her look: 1. Blow dry hair straight with a round brush and apply shine serum. 2. Backcomb (tease) hair at the crown of your head and set with hairspray. Smooth the top with a comb or paddle brush. 3. Pull hair back into a ponytail at the nape of your neck, securing with an elastic and leaving out 2-inch sections (to frame your face) plus a 1-inch section of hair underneath. 4. Wrap the sections of hair that were left out of the ponytail around a one-inch curling iron. 5. Start making a bun by pulling the ponytail through the elastic -- but not all the way through. The end of the pony should be sticking out of the bun, close to your neck. 6. Wrap the section that was left out beneath the ponytail around the elastic to disguise it. Secure with a bobby pin.
Lindsay Lohan Red Updo for Prom
Lindsay Lohan's classic backswept 'do really showcases the face. What to do: 1. Make sure your complexion is perfect, since there's no hair to hide behind (kidding). Start by backcombing (teasing) dry hair all around the crown. You should look a bit like you've been electrocuted. 2. Using a boar-bristle brush, smooth teased hair back into either a high bun or a French twist and pin into place. (Angle pins up for the best hold.) 3. Mist all over with strong-hold hairspray.
Lindsay Lohan Chic, Red Updo
Lindsay Lohan's easy updo is a fast way to hide bad hair days. Tips to get her look: 1. Part your hair to the side and brush it all back into a low ponytail. 2. Wind the ponytail into a bun, tuck in ends and pin the bun into place. 3. Tuck any loose layers up front behind your ear (pin if necessary) to show off your face. 4. Mist with hairspray to set.
Lindsay Lohan Blonde Updo
Lindsay Lohan's blonde, side chignon is both classy and sexy. Steal her style: 1. Spray hair with texturizing spray and roll wide sections up to your crown with large Velcro rollers. Blast with a blow dryer for about two minutes, then finish getting ready while hair cools. 2. Take out rollers, mist with hairspray and part hair to the side. 3. Drape hair back and secure into a low, loose side ponytail, leaving out a 1-inch piece at the nape of your neck. 4. Curl the ponytail with a curling iron and tease a few strands for staying power. 5. Tie the ponytail into a knot, pinning the bun neatly into place at the nape of your neck. 6. Wrap the piece you left out over the elastic to cover it and secure the piece beneath the bun with a bobby pin. Set with hairspray.
Lindsay Lohan Medium, Wavy, Brunette Hairstyle
Is that Lindsay Lohan or Liz Taylor? This classy 'do is a hit at cocktail parties. To get the look: 1. Start with a medium-length, layered cut. 2. Work mousse through damp hair and part hair to one side. 3. Blow dry roots, building volume by pulling hair in the opposite direction you want it to end up. Using a medium-sized round brush, flip bangs out toward one side. Alternate flipping in and out with the rest of your hair. 4. Set waves with strong-hold hairspray, and don't be afraid to run your hands through your hair once in a while.
Lindsay Lohan Long, Wavy Half Updo
Lindsay Lohan's sexy half updo is all about illusions. Sexify your look: 1. Set hair with large rollers and release when cool. 2. Backcomb (tease) hair at the crown and set as you go with lots of strong-hold hairspray (or if you're a sucker for time-consuming hair experiments, stick a prop in there like a Velcro roller or a Bumpit and cover with teased hair). 3. Smooth top of hair over with a brush to cover the evidence. 4. Fasten long, wavy, clip-in extensions from ear to ear. This makes it look like you still have a lot of hair once you put the other half up. 5. Leaving a few face-framing pieces out, brush sides of hair back to cover the extension clips and pin into place. (Angle bobby pins up toward the center of your head.) 6. Set with more hairspray.
Lindsay Lohan Long Ponytail
Lindsay Lohan's bushy, side ponytail is a great way to salvage day-old curls. What to do: 1. If you're starting from scratch, set hair with hot rollers first, then release when cool. If you already have day-old curls, spritz roots with dry shampoo and brush through strands. 2. Part and brush hair neatly to one side, and create a ponytail behind one ear with a pretty elastic. (Only have ugly elastics? Leave a piece of hair out of the pony to wrap around the elastic instead, fastening the "cover-up" in place with a bobby pin.) 3. Pin bangs behind your ear (or as close as possible) and set the style with firm-hold hairspray.
Lindsay Lohan Curly, Blonde Ponytail
Lindsay Lohan's blonde ponytail has a Taylor Swift-like sweetness -- great for meeting the parents. What to do: 1. Coat hair with a heat-protective, texturizing spray. 2. Wrap 1-inch sections of hair around a half-inch curling iron to get tight, spiral curls. Continue until your whole head of hair is done. 3. Finger-comb curls to stretch them out, then mist with hairspray. 4. Gather hair into a side ponytail, leaving out a handful of tendrils to frame your face. Secure beneath one ear with an elastic. 5. Wrap one tendril back and around the elastic to cover it. Secure beneath your ponytail with a bobby pin.
Lindsay Lohan Wavy Half Updo with Bangs
Lindsay Lohan's half updo is perfect for a wedding. To get the look: 1. Set dry hair with jumbo hot rollers. Release, then mist with hairspray and finger-comb. 2. Tease hair at the crown until it's a few inches above your head, misting with hairspray as you go. 3. Smooth the top half of your hair (leave out about two inches on the front and sides) back over the crown of your head to form the half-up portion. Puff forward with your fingers and secure with bobby pins, hair combs or a decorative clip. 4. Spot-curl any sections that are left hanging and set with hairspray.
Kate Winslet Wavy Half Updo
Kate Winslet's wedding- and prom-friendly half updo is super flattering for almost anyone, without looking too young or old. Steal her style: 1. If your hair is too short, get some extensions to help you fake this 'do (your hair should be at least six inches long, though). 2. Work styling lotion through slightly damp hair, comb through and set your entire head with pin curls. Do this by wrapping sections of hair around your finger and then pin them to your scalp. (You can also use hot rollers on dry hair.) 3. Release and finger-comb waves. 4. Touch any curls up with a curling iron if needed. Pull the top section of hair back and pin into place, leave a face-framing piece on each side of your head.
Kate Winslet Blonde, Prom Updo
Kate Winslet's 'do is an Oscar favorite -- but you can wear it anywhere. What to do: 1. Apply mousse to damp hair and blow dry with a round, mixed- or boar-bristle brush. 2. Work styling gel through hair (from ear-length down). 3. Part hair in the center and brush back into a low ponytail, leaving out some strands out near your temples. Secure the pony at the nape of your neck with an elastic. 4. Braid or twist the ponytail to wrap it around the base. Secure with bobby pins. 5. Twist the hair you left out back and over the top of the bun. Pin into place. 6. Tame flyaways with finishing cream and apply hairspray for extra hold.
Kate Winslet Chic, Blonde Updo
Kate Winslet's chignon is sleek and perfect on the surface but unruly from behind -- just how we like it. Get the look: 1. If you're hair isn't naturally straight, apply straightening balm and blow dry it straight with a jumbo-sized round brush. 2. Work a palm full of styling gel through hair, slick hair (and bangs) back with a comb. 3. Gather hair into a ponytail and secure with a clear elastic just above ear level. 4. Twist the ponytail into a bun and pin into place, leaving the ends untucked. If a few pieces pop out, that's OK -- you want a little messiness back there.
Kate Bosworth Wavy, Formal Half-Updo
Kate Bosworth's wavy hairstyle can be done on naturally wavy hair or straight hair. What to do: 1. If your hair is wavy, apply a curl enhancing cream to start. If you hair is straight, apply a styling mousse to hold curls better instead. Blow dry with a diffuser to bring out curls. 2. Curl your hair using a curling iron, but leave out the ends -- you want a messy look. 4. Now pin hair back into a half updo. 3. Don't forget to pull out some strands near your ear and curl them.
Julia Stiles Party Updo
Julia Stiles' uber-casual updo would be great for a casual get-together. Steal her style: 1. Blow dry damp hair straight using a paddle brush. 2. Tease the hair at the crown for a little extra volume. 3. Pull back hair into a French twist by twisting all your hair to the right while pulling the ends of your hair up toward the ceiling and pinning in place. The messier the better in this step. 4. Loop ends over and tuck into French twist, pinning in place and use a bit of spray shine to glam it up a bit.
Jennifer Hudson Long, Curly, Formal Hairstyle
Jennifer Hudson's curly, side-swept, long hair is a glam choice for your next dressy event. Steal her style: 1. To get the look, apply a curling cream and blow dry your hair at the roots with a diffuser -- no need to brush. 2. Once it's dry, create a dramatic side part. With a teasing comb, tease the roots of the hair on the main side-part for some added height, then smooth over the top layer. 3. Using a curling iron, curl 1-inch sections, making sure to curl from top to bottom of the section. In the front, you