Celebrity hairstyles to make your own
Celebrities are constantly featuring flawless, chic new hairstyles. But wait, you don't need a team of highly trained stylists to pull off the looks you see in magazines or movies. Your own two hands and a few carefully chosen products will do! With these easy tips, you too can recreate some of the most fashionable celebrity hairstyles around.
Royal Lustrous Locks
Who doesn't envy long, spiraling hair? Thankfully Princess-worthy locks are perfectly attainable for just about anyone. Work some Garnier Curl Construct Mousse into damp hair and flip your hair upside down to blow-dry. This will add volume to your hair, giving it the appearance of more luxuriant mass. Use hot rollers to divide your hair into sections and wait for them to completely cool before removing. Next, brush out the curls with a boar bristle brush. A spritz of hairspray will keep things in place.
We love red carpet-inspired loose waves but you don't actually have to be a star to achieve casual, long-hair-don't-care perfection. Start with damp hair and rough dry, using your fingers to scrunch and add volume, focusing especially on your roots. When your hair is mostly dry, pick up the flat iron and take a section of hair. Clamp it in the flat iron, turn it slightly away from your face, and slide it down to the end to create waves that naturally drift to the sides. The top layer should be styled away from your face. With the lower layers, mix up the direction of the curl for a more natural look. Remember, it's not supposed to look too polished, so when you've finished curling, spread your hair away from your head and tousle it, using a texture spray like De-Constructed Texture Tease to complete the look.
Leading Lady Lob
This one's great for ladies with shorter hair. Lobs, or long bobs, are trending, and no one does it better than celebrities with short, wavy locks. For those of you with naturally curly or wavy hair, just let your hair air dry and do a little tousling, and maybe even style some strands away from your face with a curling iron. Got straight hair? No problem. With a little Fructis Texture Tease and a large barreled curling iron, you can easily work in the loose waves that make this lob look so great.