Hair and There: Celeb Styles You May Have Missed This Week
Hair today, gone tomorrow. It’s not easy keeping up with the latest in style and celeb news, but we’re here to help. See what inspiring looks and celeb hair stylist tips you’ve missed this past week.
Bun’s the one
Ladies night! The hottest and most talented women in the biz turned out for Elle Magazine's Women in Hollywood event, and it seemed many of them were in sync with their hairstyles. Here are a few of the celebs who went with the classic bun on the red carpet, each with its own twist.
Actress Zoe Kazan rocked a heavy fringe with her twist on a sky-high bun, knotted and tucked into itself for a chic red carpet look.
With a similar twisted bun, Mary Elizabeth Winstead added some extra intrigue to her red carpet style with a neatly placed pin curl in front, complemented by her glam red lipstick and heavy lashes. Pinup much?
“Cougartown” star Busy Phillipps took the more casual approach with her bun, placed lower and smoothed back with a lovely middle part. No frizzies here!
*Want more? Check out this 5-minute how-to for a soft and simple updo from a MODERN Facebook fan.
How-to: Rashida Jones’ fishtail braid
While most of the ladies on the Women in Hollywood red carpet went for sleek updos, Rashida Jones’ fishtail braid caught our eye. Her stylist, Rob Talty, told Who What Wear he was looking to create a “cool vibe that exuded effortless and playful glamour.” What products did he use to build and finish the look? Oribe Foundation Mist, Okara Active Light Activating Leave-in Fluid and Bumble and Bumble Surf Spray. See Who What Wear for the full how-to.
*Take the classic fishtail braid up a notch by turning it into a romantic updo. Click here for the how-to from a MODERN Facebook fan.
Heidi Klum’s sexy hair how-to
How often do we get a celeb style how-to video with the celeb herself? Stylist to the stars Eric Gabriel demonstrates how to create a sexy side part with client Heidi Klum, who has a strong middle part, as his model. It’s almost like she does this modeling thing for a living. Click here to view the video on Heidi's AOL blog.