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Brooklyn Decker Wears Sexy Updo at 'Battleship' Premiere

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Brooklyn Decker (Getty Images) Brooklyn Decker arrived at the South Korean premiere of Battleship wearing a sexy style complete with vibrant pink strands. The loosely pinned updo was also a great way to take advantage of her hair's wavy texture. To recreate her look, begin with naturally wavy or curly tresses or add some bend to hair with a curling iron or hot rollers. Next, section out a few strands around the face. Then, begin by drawing back one and two-inch sections and pinning them...Read Full Story

Lauren Conrad Wears Pretty Pinned-Up Hairstyle

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Lauren Conrad (Getty Images) Lauren Conrad wore her hair in a sweet and simple updo while signing copies of her new book The Fame Game in NYC. It's an easy look to duplicate and only involves four steps. To begin styling, part hair to the side and section out bangs and a few longer tendrils around the face. Next, gather a three-inch by three-inch section of hair from the middle of the back of the head and secure it in a loose ponytail about two inches below the back hairline. Then...Read Full Story

Karolina Kurkova Wears Adorable Heidi Braid

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Karolina Kurkova (Getty Images) Karolina Kurkova's Heidi braid is a great way to putting up really long locks. The look has a cool, effortless vibe and is very easy to duplicate. In fact, there are really only two steps!To recreate Karolina's 'do, finger comb hair back to the nape of the neck. Next, regularly braid long strands and secure the ends with a hair elastic. Then, simply wrap the braid around the head and insert u-shaped hair pins to keep it in place. Keeping a few tendrils...Read Full Story

Taylor Swift Wears Her Hair in Twists and Braids

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Taylor Swift (Getty Images) Taylor Swift wore her hair in a creative combination of twists and braids and twisted braids at the 2012 Kids' Choice Awards. The accomplished celeb is known for making the most of her ultra-long tresses by wearing a variety of cool updos. To recreate her look, begin by sectioning out bangs and a few wispy strands around the face. Next, draw hair back to the nape of the neck and begin braiding about five or six random two-inch sections and secure the ends with...Read Full Story

Lucy Hale Wears Sweet Side-Swept Updo

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Lucy Hale (Getty Images) Lucy Hale's simple 'do involves a long side-swept bangs section and a sleek French twist. To recreate her style, begin by making a deep side part and sectioning out bangs and a few face-framing strands. Next, smooth the rest of the hair back, twist it and pin it in place vertically running from the nape of the neck to the crown. Once the twist is secure, spritz with lots of maximum hold hairspray. To style the bangs section, curl two-inch sections with a medium...Read Full Story

Ellie Kemper Wears Adorable Updo

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Ellie Kemper (Getty Images) Ellie Kemper's updo is effortlessly adorable and easy to recreate. To duplicate her 'do, begin with straight, wavy or curly tresses—the style lends itself to a variety of hair textures. Next, section out bangs and some long tendrils along the front hairline. Then, finger comb hair, tousle it to create a messier texture and draw it all back into a loose ponytail at the middle of the back of the head.The last steps are to backcomb the ponytail, twist it loosely...Read Full Story

Molly Sims Wears Lovely French Braids and Bun

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Molly Sims (Getty Images) Molly Sims' adorable 'do involves three French braids blended into a braided bun. To recreate her look, begin by sectioning out a swath of hair about three inches along the center of the front hairline and running down the middle of the back of the head. French braid this section all the way to the back hairline and use a clip to hold the braid in place. Then, on either side of the head along the temples, create two more French braids. Once all three braids are...Read Full Story

Kate Winslet Wears Retro-Inspired Faux Bob

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Kate Winslet (Getty Images) Kate Winslet (Getty Images) Kate Winslet hit the red carpet wearing a chic 20s-inspired "bob." However, her longer lengths required some styling to create the illusion of a much shorter 'do. To duplicate her look, begin with smooth tresses. Blow drying damp hair with a large round brush will help get strands sleek while adding a bit of wave and curl at hair ends. Make a deep side part and section out bangs or shorter layers around the face. Then, draw hair back...Read Full Story

Nina Dobrev Wears Side-Swept Updo

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Nina Dobrev (Getty Images) Nina Dobrev's easy style features a pretty mass of pinned-up curls. The elegant 'do could be paired with an ultra-casual ensemble as easily as a formal gown. To recreate her look, brush hair until smooth, make a deep side part and draw tresses into a ponytail behind one ear. Next, if hair is straight, use a large-barreled curling iron to curl two-inch sections of the ponytail. Then, tousle the ponytail and start taking small sections, twisting, looping and...Read Full Story

Amy Adams Wears Updo With Loose Tendrils

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Amy Adams (Getty Images) Amy Adams' simple updo worked perfectly for the red carpet. To recreate her look, begin by sectioning out bangs and two -inch sections of hair along the temples. Next, finger comb hair and loosely draw it back to the nape of the neck. Twist hair and position it vertically, running from the nape of the neck to the crown and secure it with u-shaped hair pins. Leave the ends of the twist loose and if hair is straight, add a few bends with a medium-barreled curling...Read Full Story