Wedding season is here! Whether you're celebrating as a bride or guest, scroll down to check out the top celebrity looks to get you inspired.
Mane master Adir Abergel, who counts Bosworth as a client, loves crafting "cool, modern" updos. Mixing different types of braids together is one of Abergel's favorite ways to impart these attributes. A prime example: Bosworth's single braid loops around the side of her head, joining a mass of knots and plaits at the back.
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The Glee star favored a variation of Kardashian's dual-texture look at a Fox event earlier this month; two braids met at the nape of her neck in a plaited chignon.
Beyoncé's lacquered ponytail and extreme side-part are simple yet sophisticated. "You should always place a deep side-part above the highest point of the brow-this way, it creates a linear appearance and draws attention to your eyes," says Abergel.
Party in the back! Cotillard's bun reaches epic proportions, but somehow doesn't appear overdone. Add a sparkling headband, and her pouf is picture-perfect.
Kruger's loosely rolled locks aren't just a Cannes 'do-they're a should do! Classically beautiful from the front, the hairstyle is deconstructed and modern in the back.
Black headbands, à la Pinto's, have been taking over Hollywood lately-and Guido welcomes the return to simplicity. "I personally love drugstore headbands because they're normally very basic," he says. Basic is especially important when wearing a teased bouffant like Pinto's; in general, the busier the hairstyle, the less busy accessories should be.
"Placing a chignon off-center adds softness," says celebrity hairstylist Mara Roszak. Add a statement hair accessory to the mix, and you've got a winning look: "Her Cartier headband was one of a kind-with such an important piece of jewelry, we wanted to keep the hair understated yet modern and romantic," says Moroccanoil coiffeur Enzo Angileri, who created Theron's stunning hairstyle for this year's Golden Globe awards. After spraying Moroccanoil Frizz Control on Theron's damp hair, he blowdried it and used a curling iron to enhance her natural waves. With the headband in place, he then pinned her tresses into a textured side-roll.
Wen's neck-grazing hair knot is simple yet sophisticated, parted cleanly on the side and wrapped over one ear.
"I wanted to recall old-Hollywood glamour-soft and feminine," says Roszak about the side-parted updo she crafted for Kunis. After curling sections with a one-inch-barrel curling iron, Roszak used her fingers to separate and pin waves at the neck.
Whether her hair is long or short, Johansson isn't afraid to play with texture. Teasing and curling hair is all in a day's work for the spotlight-stealing actress-and the results are as great for an aisle as they are for a red carpet.
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