We’re used to seeing the pretty with long, cascading waves, which is why we’re especially surprised by (and into!) the high, full bouffant she sported at the A.C.O.D. Sundance premiere, with its loose tendrils in the front and retro volume in the back.
The jury’s still out on Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters, but we are unreservedly in favor of the super-romantic updo the film’s star wore to its Hollywood premiere. The golden leaf headband woven into her curly bun is sure to be stuck to a thousand bridal inspiration boards.
She sticks with one color for her dress and shoes, but the Glee gets a little crazier with her hair at the People’s Choice Awards. Her updo features several small braids circling her head and creating a complicated plaited bun in the back.
The trick to making a ballerina bun look polished and not straight-from-spin-class? The Modern Family star knows: Ensure it’s sleek, placed right and voluminous. (One of these $12 tools wouldn’t hurt either.)
This isn’t a style many girls could pull off, but at age 14, we say this headband-adorned pigtail-bun combo is totally cute. (However, we doubt most teens are sporting Dolce & Gabbana hair accessories!)
There are so many things we love about Nikki’s super-smooth, side-parted updo with an elegant twist at the Twilight: Breaking Dawn premiere, but chief among them is that we bet you could do this yourself with lots of glossing serum, hairspray and patience.
Some of you thought the dress was better from the back and we happen to think her hairstyle is too. For London’s BBC Radio 1 Teen Awards, Taylor complements her bangs by looping those long locks into an intricate low bun.
We forgive the for her extensions misstep (see how the ponytail falls a bit, well, short in some areas) since her side braid and black-and-white outfit look so cool at the Environmental Media Awards in Burbank, Calif.
And we thought her dress was the most intricate part of Brittany’s look! The actress attends the Hollywood premiere of Pitch Perfect sporting an elaborate, triple-braided and woven updo with messy tendrils pulled out in front.
Earlier on her royal tour of Asia, the said she was afraid her hair might poof up, but at a stop in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, she clearly has nothing to worry about: Kate wears a low twisted chignon without a hint of frizz or a single piece out of place.
Say hello to your new favorite done-in-30-seconds hairstyle! Tousled on top, twisted in the back and with loose, romantic tendrils in front, the tennis ace’s low bun is a simple, stylish do that works day or night, at work or on a date.
Part topknot, part beehive and 100 percent retro-fabulous, the do – created by twisting a thick lock of hair around the front of her high chignon – is the perfect way to accessorize a funky vintage-feeling dress.