With every awards show that we watch, we daydream about what our ideal gown and hairstyle would be. Our one rule: complete syngery between the hair and the dress. Here are the four stars that made it work from head to toe at Saturday's Screen Actors Guild Awards.
Kate's messy but elegant updo complimented her dress' plunging back-and her pendant accessory dazzled us. To banish back breakouts, start in the shower and use your fingers or a body brush to gently rub a 2% salicylic acid cleanser into your skin. During the day, wear loose-fitting, breathable fabrics, like linen and cotton. At night, dab a benzoyl peroxide spot treatment onto body blemishes. See more tips on how to keep your back bacne-free.
We're a fan of glistening waves any day, and Sherri does it right. We think her dress is a bit casual, but we love that it hugs her curves in all the right places while she worked it on the red carpet all night. To get waves like Sherri's, wash and deep condition hair so you get a healthy, glossy shine. Next, dry hair with a round brush. Then use a large curling iron and, alternating two-inch sections, roll hair around the barrel in one direction and then again in the other direction to create a ripple effect. Once you're done, spritz everything with an aerosol shine spray.
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When you wear an off-the-shoulder gown, your hairstyle is essentially decided for you. Here's how to create an elegant side pony:
1. Apply moose or curling gel to damp hair, like Bumble and Bumble's Curl Conscious Curling Foam.
2. Flip your hair forward and blow dry with a diffuser.
3. Loosely gather your hair into a low ponytail, and pull slightly to one side. Try Goody Ouchless Hair Elastics to keep hair snug, without pulls or rips.
The print surprised us, but the bombshell hair and plunging nekline couldn't be better. To get Anna's half-up Bridget Bardot-inspired hairstyle, start by getting all your tools ready. "For this look you'll need an extra-hold mousse and hairspray, plus a good 2-inch round brush, a 1-inch barrel curling iron, a rattail comb, and bobby pins. Read the rest of the how-to here.