With her breezy, braided ponytail and icy purple smoky eye, Kristen Stewart's Kids' Choice Awards hair and makeup was not only envy-inducing, but also easy to re-create at home. Get the full breakdown of the cool-girl style when you keep reading.
Just because the topknot trend has been around for a while doesn't mean it has to be boring. Just ask Kaley Cuoco. The Big Bang Theory actress added a subtle twist to her topknot at the HSUS Genesis Awards Benefit Gala, creating a folded-over coil with some serious panache.
Re-creating this look is a snap. After misting your hair down with some hair spray for grip, smooth it into a high ponytail. Divide the ponytail into two equal sections and twist them around each other, forming a rope look. Secure the ends with a thin elastic. Pull on the ponytail to thicken it and add some texture before wrapping it around the base of your ponytail. Pin where needed, add some more hair spray, and you'll have a twisted look worthy of a double take.
By now, most of the Internet has heard of Tori Locklear — the girl whose YouTube video of herself burning her hair off has gone viral. But Internet fame does have its upsides: this morning, Locklear got a lesson in proper curling technique from celebrity stylist Ted Gibson on the Today Show. "I think that women don't necessarily know that the hair has to be 100 percent dry," Gibson said. Get all of his insight when you keep reading.
Sometimes translating a hairstyle from the runway to a real-life look can be tricky, especially after seeing it on picturesque models. But at the Dannijo show, we were able to get tips on how to re-create the sexy, messy chignon seen on the catwalk — in 30 seconds to boot. Johnny Stuntz for LUXHAIR WOW shows us how to get the look in this Beauty Beat.
Gracing the cover of Glamour, Zooey Deschanel smoldered with her signature vintage look. But there was a twist in the inspiration for the cover — the rodeo. "That was photographer Ellen Von Unwerth's first impression after seeing the wardrobe selection for the shoot and knowing Zooey's personality," said celebrity hairstylist Roque, who worked with Oribe to create her cover look. "It's great to take retro inspiration and modernize it."
See how you can pull off the look with Roque's tips.
Edgy, blunt-cut bangs, like the ones Taylor Swift has made part of her signature look, are a fun way to change up your look. But if you don't have time to hit the salon every four weeks to maintain them, why not take the styling into your own hands? We headed to The Private Room in Beverly Hills, CA, to get all the details on how to trim bangs like Taylor's at home.
Brigitte Bardot's big and sexy coiffure is perhaps one of the most oft-copied Old Hollywood hairstyles around. And in next month's issue of Vanity Fair, modern-day starlet Jennifer Lawrence does her own of-the-moment take on Brigitte's classic coiffure. "The Bardot thing can be very overdone, so we wanted to change it up a bit," said celebrity stylist Oribe, who created Jennifer's cover look. To learn his soft, pretty version, just keep reading.
From her chic wardrobe to her gorgeous, flowing hair, Kate Middleton is a classic beauty. And since she recently debuted bangs, we've been even more envious of the Duchess of Cambridge. That's why we headed to The Private Room in Beverly Hills — a salon that specializes in different types of hair fringe — to learn how to get bangs that mimic Kate's. See how in today's hair tutorial.