The Great Gatsby hits theaters tomorrow, and it's been a long time coming. With dazzling hair and makeup looks, the film promises to be a feast for the eyes. But if you can't wait another second for Gatsby inspiration, click through our slideshow of celebrities who have embraced the flapper feel.
Jennifer Aniston may have some of the most envied hair in Hollywood, but the actress herself once had a hair crush of her own. "I've been that person who brought in a picture to a salon. Mine was Valerie Bertinelli from One Day at a Time," she says. "She had that full Farrah Fawcett hair. I didn't come out with that, not even close." As the spokeswoman for Living Proof, Jennifer recently talked to us about her best hair moments (not the "Rachel"), the biggest styling mistake she ever made, and the women in Hollywood who inspire her beauty-wise. Plus, her longtime stylist reveals what's next for her famous mane. Read it all and more after the jump.
It was mere days ago that Anne Hathaway debuted her blond hair at the Met Gala, but the actress is already showing us that she knows how to style it. Anne stepped out last night with a very different hairstyle than she'd worn to the punk-themed Met Gala. Her pixie cut was blown smooth and silky, creating a slight wispy bang that swept across her forehead. Reminiscent of the look model Twiggy wore in the '60s, this demure coif was quite a departure from the high-volume bouffant Anne donned on the red carpet on Monday. With such diversity this early on, we're looking forward to seeing what Anne does next.
They say that Hollywood is a fickle place, and that couldn't be more true when it comes to stars and their hairstyles. Whether they're chopping at their length, opting for fringe, or taking a spin in the colorist's chair, leading ladies of Hollywood are always doing a quick hair changeup. Click through and vote on what you think of these recent style changes!
Every year, the Costume Institute Benefit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art beckons the best in the fashion industry. On this special night, A-list celebrities, superstar models, and fashion designers mix and mingle in honor of art. This year at the opening of the Punk: Chaos to Couture exhibit, the ladies paired their handpicked gowns with equally chic beauty looks. Click through to see the best hair and makeup moments from the 2013 Met Gala, and don't forget to zoom in!
And in case you missed it, you can still catch the Met Gala red carpet live stream replaying on Vogue.com.
The Costume Institute Benefit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art is synonymous with A-list stars in both fashion and celebrity. While some ladies played up the punk theme of the exhibition, Punk: Chaos to Couture, there were a few who kept it classic. Luckily, we've got the inside scoop on some of the best looks of the night, from Blake Lively's chic ponytail to Kerry Washington's rock-star smoky eye. Get a step-by-step guide to re-creating the top hair and makeup from the Met Gala when you click through.
— Additional reporting by Maria Del Russo
Still not willing to let go of your ombré locks? Lucky for you, this ever-popular and universally flattering hair color trend is still evolving, and Jada Pinkett Smith showed off a fresh way to rock the highlights that we're still loving. The actress stepped out back in April sporting a toned-down version of the colored ends, opting for chocolatey highlights that start a couple of inches from her roots. The highlights then slowly meander into full-on color at her ends.
Jada's ombré is still a great option for two reasons. First, the highlights start higher up on the hair, making them more subtle. Secondly, the less-contrasting color helps make this look the perfect transitional ombré. So put your anxiety aside; ombré isn't going anywhere.
Demi Lovato is giving blond hair a whirl. The singer debuted her lighter hue while receiving a special recognition award at the eighth annual National Children's Mental Heath Awareness Day. Demi isn't afraid of a hair change, though. She chopped off her hair earlier this year, joining the swarms of celebrities who are already loving the long bob trend. What do you think of her lighter locks?
For the 2013 Costume Institute Benefit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the stars took the punk theme to the extreme. Mohawks, smoky eye makeup, colored hair, and more rocker chic beauty looks were spotted on the red carpet. We count down the top five looks that had our jaws dropping and crown the biggest surprise of the night. On Jessica: Monika Chiang top, Club Monaco necklace, and Ella Moss jacket. On Allie: BCBG Max Azria jacket and top.