4 Glamorous Gatsby-Worthy Hairstyles to Try This Weekend

4 Glamorous Gatsby-Worthy Hairstyles to Try This Weekend
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After what feels like the longest, hype-iest wait in centuries (or, uh, since the '20s?) Baz Luhrmann's The Great Gatsby is finally here, bringing with it a heavy dose of glitz, glamour, and gush-worthy hair and makeup looks.

Dying to get in on all the Jazz Age-y action? These four throwback looks will have you feeling like a flapper in no time.

Amy Adams' finger-wave updo:

4 Glamorous Gatsby-Worthy Hairstyles to Try This Weekend

Even though these classical finger waves look complex, they're definitely not hard to create on your own. Don't believe it? Then check out our step-by-step DIY tutorial, here!

Jaime King's gilded headband

4 Glamorous Gatsby-Worthy Hairstyles to Try This Weekend

Give polished curls a dash of Roaring '20s glamour with gilded accents—bedazzled barettes, gem-encrusted bobby pins, or like in King's case, a golden rhinestone headband.

Emmy Rossum's alluring waves:
4 Glamorous Gatsby-Worthy Hairstyles to Try This Weekend

Want waves that catch shine like Rossum's? Hair designer Kerry Warn used John Frieda products, such as the Frizz Ease Curl Controller Corrective Styling Gel ($7.99 at Amazon.com), to give the leading ladies in Gatsby a luminous look with day-lasting hold.

Katy Perry's glitz-adorned faux bob:
4 Glamorous Gatsby-Worthy Hairstyles to Try This Weekend

Tap into Gatsby-era glam with a faux bob a la Katy Perry. According to Blowtique’s creative director and celebrity stylist Rhona Kane, a look like this is pulled off best when hair has a bit of texture in it. Her product recommendations? Oribe Apres Beach Wave and Shine Spray ($37 at Oribe.com).
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