Wedding Hairstyles Inspired By Celebrities

Whether you are a bride-to-be, a bridesmaid-to-be or even a guest at an upcoming wedding, take some inspiration from these celebrity hairstyles, perfect that big day.

One hairstyle that always seems to be in fashion is the classic and timeless bun, perhaps because it works well with all hair textures.  Lauren Conrad pulls off this playful hairstyle so well, with a side part and sweeping fringe it is chic and elegant, especially teamed with a bright bold lipstick.

Wedding Hairstyles Inspired By Celebrities

If you have short hair, this tousled wavy look like Victoria Beckham is perfect for a wedding day.  Whether you’re looking for a casual or more formal look, this hairstyle can suit every occasion – you just need to accessorise with the right jewellery or headpiece.

Wedding Hairstyles Inspired By Celebrities

Emily Van Camp looks stunning in this simple free flowing bridal hairstyle.  Her wavy locks have been pulled back on one side only and secured with a couple of clips before it has been swept over one shoulder.  You could try this hairstyle with a headband for a more playful look.

Wedding Hairstyles Inspired By Celebrities

Halo braids are trending at the moment and even if you have shoulder length hair they can be executed easily by a hairstylist who knows what they’re doing.  This hairstyle worn by Julianne Hough is great for bridesmaids wanting a romantic and timeless look.

Wedding Hairstyles Inspired By Celebrities

This half-up half-down hairstyle worn by Dianna Agron would be perfect for a bride, especially worn with a veil for a touch of sophistication.  Team with two diamante hair clips and you have an extremely elegant look.

Wedding Hairstyles Inspired By Celebrities

If you’re looking for a polished yet simple bridal hairstyle, look no further than this one worn by Eva Longoria.  With a sweeping side fringe and tousled up do at the back this hairstyle would work well with a veil for a chic look.

Wedding Hairstyles Inspired By Celebrities

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Get the Look: Sarah Hyland’s Glam Side-Swept Hairstyle

Modern Family actress Sarah Hyland rocked one of the most stunning side-swept hairstyles we’ve seen in a while on the Hunger Games: Catching Fire premiere red carpet in L.A. earlier this week. Not only an elegant formal hairstyle, this is a great choice for wedding hairstyles if you’re opting for a romantic dress and pretty makeup.

Here’s how celebrity hairstylist Ryan Richman created the look in just a few easy steps.

1. On damp hair, generously apply Living Proof Prime Style Extender to lock in your style. Blow dry hair straight, section by section.

2. Set a heavy side part to your desired side. Using a 1″ barrel curling iron, curl each section in the same direction.

3. When finished, gently brush out your curl into a uniformed wave.

4. Spray with Bumble and Bumble Spray de Mode Hairspray or your favourite hairspray for lasting hold.

5. To complete the look, use a bobby pin to secure the hair behind one ear.

What do you think of Sarah Hyland’s elegant hairstyle?


Get the Look: Angelina Jolie’s Easy Chignon

Angelina Jolie’s low-key chignon at the Governors Awards in Hollywood is such an elegant hairstyle that’s perfect for work, dinner and parties. This chic chignon would also make a beautiful wedding hairstyle for brides and bridesmaids.

To replicate the look at home, forget fiddling around with bobby pins – we’ve found a genius hair tool that will make styling your hair into a chignon a breeze (it also works for top knots and buns). Scunci Pin Twirls, RRP $9.95, come as a set of curly pins and they’re really easy to use. Just follow these easy steps.

1. Pull hair together at the nape of the neck.

2. Twirl hair into a tight bun and tuck in the ends.

3. Swivel one pin twirl in from the top and the other from the bottom of the bun. Do not connect them.

That’s it! The pins are comfortable and keep your chignon secure and in place all day.


Are you a fan of Angelina Jolie’s chic chignon?

2 Easy Spring Races Hairstyles

With the Spring Racing Carnival almost here, there is no better time to start thinking about the final touches of your race day look. Whether you’re there for the horses or to simply socialise and check out the latest trackside fashions, gorgeous hair is the perfect complement to any races outfit.

Here are two great Races hairstyles from Herbal Essences that you can recreate at home in just a few easy steps.

Look 1: The Sleek Ponytail 

Simple, yet stylish, the sleek ponytail is the sophisticated hairstyle that’s a true race day classic. Add a fresh flower for extra “wow”. To complete the look you will need a hair elastic and bobby pins.

1: Wash hair with Honey I’m Strong shampoo and conditioner.

2: Apply Dangerously Straight Leave-In Conditioner throughout hair from root to tip.

3: Blow dry straight with a round brush.

4: Comb hair into side ponytail and secure with elastic.

5: Add a fresh flower and pin into place.

6: For a glossy finish, use None of Your Frizzness Smooth Luvin’ Serum to smooth any flyaway’s and spray with Set Me Up hairspray.


Look 2: Loose Waves 

Feminine, fun and fuss-free, loose waves is the perfect hair-down look to carry you into the night. Best complemented by a bright head piece to stand out from the crowds. To complete the look you will need hair tongs and bobby pins, plus Tousle Me Softly hairspray for flexible hold and a violet scent.

1: Wash hair with Tousle Me Softly shampoo and conditioner.

2: Use Tousle Me Softly mousse on wet hair and scrunch mid lengths to ends.

3: Flip head upside down and blow dry with a paddle brush.

4: Tong the hair in 1 inch sections, starting at the front and working your way to the back.

5: Spritz Tousle Me Softly spray gel onto hair and run fingers through. Add your headpiece and secure with bobby pins.

6: Finish with Tousle Me Softly Hairspray.

Which is your favourite races hairstyle?

Get The Look: 1920s Waves Like Christina Hendricks’ Emmys Hair

Need wedding hair inspiration whether you’re the bride or a guest? We think these flapper-inspired, 1920s waves, like Christina Hendricks showed off at last month’s Emmys, are the perfect elegant hairstyle for medium to long hair. Simply pair with a feminine dress, antique jewellery and a vampish red lip.

We asked celebrity hairstylist Dario Cotroneo to share his how-to to recreate this gorgeous hairstyle in just 4 easy steps.

1. Section a side part from the hairline to the crown area. Then section hair at the back of head into three even sections.

2. Begin each section in the back area by backcombing the roots and spray with Thermal Image from Wella. Place the hair under the MYCURL and roll up horizontally. Starting from the mid lengths area, secure the first strap then continue rolling the MYCURL to the roots and secure the second strap. Then clamp the irons over the MYCURL for 15seconds. Repeat for the other two back sections.

3. Divide the front sections into two sections on both side of the face, roll in two Large MYCURLs on both side sections away from the face without the backcombing, spray with Thermal Image from Wella and roll a Large MYCURL into the hair horizontally from the mid lengths and secure with straps around the cheekbone area. Then clamp irons over the MYCURL for 15 seconds. Allow hair to cool down for 20 minutes.

4. After hair has cooled, remove all MYCURLs and lightly brush hair forward from the mid-lengths to ends in order to separate the curls, and then spray some shine spray for a glossy finish. To keep your style looking polished and groomed, around the face and on the top layer, spray hairspray onto a makeup brush and brush around the parting and around the face.

Are you a fan of this 1920s hairstyle?