Mya geared up for the Grammys with a visit to the event's Westwood One Radio Remotes room wearing lipstick and hair right out of I Dream of Jeannie. Sure, the beehive/ponytail combination looks cute on her because she's adorable, but would you wear a modernized version of this retro style?
At the premiere of her new movie I Am Number Four, Dianna Agron started out on the red carpet wearing a pretty baroque updo, but as she walked on, it appeared to come tumbling down. It's possible she switched up the style mid-red carpet. However, if it was simply a slip of a few strands, Dianna handled it beautifully. Instead of freaking out, she just let her hair go, allowing it to cascade into a wavy ponytail.
In situations where your hair is falling out, your best bet is to let it do what it wants to do, try to make the new style look as polished and intentional as you can, and readjust a few bobby pins as needed. Most importantly, though, stay calm and confident. A big smile can help you carry off almost anything.
When creating Lea Michele's wavy hairstyle at the SAG Awards last night, Dove celebrity stylist Mark Townsend looked to another era for inspiration. "I went to Lea's dress [a beaded Oscar de la Renta] fitting and immediately knew I had to complement it with a modern take on '70s chic glamour. I drew a lot of inspiration from photos of Bianca Jagger," he said. To see how he accomplished Lea's sexy style, just read on.
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If you're looking for a hairstyle that's modern but still devastatingly pretty, look no further than Amy Adams's glass-smooth ponytail from the SAG Awards. Adir Abergel, the stylist who created the look, broke down what he did to create her sleek strands. To get the style on your own, just keep reading.
Jenna Fischer was a standout at the SAG Awards with her pretty deconstructed ponytail. Stylist Andy Lecompte, who created the look, added a few quick steps that will dress up an otherwise humdrum ponytail. To find out how it's done, just keep reading.
Rumer Willis has some truly perfect mermaid waves in her new ad campaign for Badgley Mischka, so we got the exclusive from her stylist, Riawna Capri, on how to re-create the style. The key, Riawna says, is "to utilize your natural hair texture then add a few curls over it." She has a bunch of other great, in-depth tricks for getting the wavy look right, so to see her advice, just keep reading.