1.KRISTIN CAVALLARI’S TINY BRAIDS
Cavallari’s tiny plaits are easier to twist into second-day hair, so skip the shampoo and pull out a few face-framing tendrils when creating this style. “The undone appearance keeps her updo from looking too coiffed or ready for prom,” said Cavallari’s hairstylist Marcus Francis.
2.GABRIELLE UNION’S CURLY PONYTAIL
Full curls like Union’s look too busy when swept into a high pony, so keep the style low, and leave out the hairspray. As the structured ringlets fall, a new, laid-back look takes shape.
3.JENNIFER MORRISON’S HAIRLINE BRAID
Morrison’s stylish hairline braid is an easy way to dress up a ponytail. A deep side part works best when starting your plait so you have more hair to work with, and make sure to secure your braid with a bobby pin to keep it from losing its shape.
4.RACHEL MCADAMS’S TWISTY UPDO
An intricate style like McAdams’s can be easily achieved by sectioning hair off, starting at the bottom, then twisting upwards and securing hair as you go. This makes placement of each piece easier from every angle.
5.KATE BOSWORTH’S BUMPED-UP CROWN
Create volume like Bosworth by blowing hair out in two-inch sections with a round brush. Once you’re finished, flip your head over and give strands a blast of volumizing spray at the root to create extra lift.
6.OLIVIA PALERMO’S SHORT SIDE BRAID
It’s all about the imperfections. Don’t worry if loose strands fall out of your plait-the appeal is in the carefree, tousled appearance.
7.THANDIE NEWTON’S SIDESWEPT STRANDS
Newton’s perfectly straight hair has a relaxed vibe when swept over her shoulder. The effect is more graphic with super-sleek texture, so blow hair out with a round brush, then touch up any areas with a flat iron as needed.
Source: In Style