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Vanessa Hudgens’ Messy
1. Part your hair down the middle, leaving two sections.
2. Loosely braid each section. French, fishtail or classic—it’s up to you!
Pull one braid over to the ear opposite of the
braid and secure with a bobby pin.
Pull the second braid over top of the first
towards the back of the head, and secure with a bobby pin.
Use fingers to lightly muss and separate the
braids, and lightly spritz with hairspray for extra body and shine.
TRESemme Tres Two Ultra Fine Mist Hairspray, $6, beautyencounter.com
Emma Stone’s Fab Fringe
Comb your bangs so they’re flat and tangle-free.
Part your bangs into three sections. A large one
in the middle, and two smaller ones on the sides.
Set your straightener set to 170 degrees. Starting
from the roots of your center section, straighten away from your forehead and curve
the straightener inwards about halfway down your bangs.
Repeat step 3 for each side section, but instead
of inwards, curve towards the center to get that slightly rounded look.
Andis High Heat Ceramic 1'' Flat Iron, $17, target.com
Shailene Woodley’s Perfect
Use a comb to create a deep part on one side of
Run a nickel-sized amount of texturing mousse
through your hair using your fingers or a comb.
Allow your hair to air dry completely. Use a
thin flat iron to straighten out any pieces that need a little extra help.
Add a spritz of volumizing hairspray to give
your hair a bit more lift.
Living Proof Full Fhickening Mousse, $15, nordstrom.com
Lily Collins’ Messy Bob
Blow-dry hair with a paddle brush, letting it
fall into place in its own shaggy way.
Create an uneven part down the center of your
Finish hair by running a flat iron through
2-inch segments, flipping them gently out at the ends.
Spritz all over with texturizing spray to add
depth and dimension.
Infra Texture Dual Action Hairspray, $15, ulta.com
Demi Lovato’s hot
Make sure your hair is clean and dry. Otherwise
it’s look messy and clumpy. Yuck!
Choose what parts of your hair you want colored.
After spraying those areas, gently brush or comb
your hair to even out the color.
Beyond The Zone Color Bombz, $7, sallybeauty.com
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