Where: 2012 Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah.
Why: We love seeing the gorgeous Beverly Johnson in these long, layered curls. Get luscious curls of your own by layering long strands and curling with a 1.5" curling iron.
Where: 23rd Annual Producers Guild Awards in Beverly Hills, California.
Why: Davis has been wowing this awards season with her elegant, newly cropped coif. Get Viola’s look by asking your stylist for lots of wispy layers. Gently curl with a large curling barrel and finger fluff for fullness.
Where: A book signing for her new book at Barnes and Noble in Dallas, TX.
Why: What’s not to love about a sexy and chic side pony? Jennifer’s rippling waves add an extra touch of glam! For Jennifer’s look, experiment with ultra-long extensions and create easy waves by braiding your hair before you go to bed at night.
Where: Swarovski Press Preview in Beverly Hills, California.
Why: Tracee’s pretty, spongey curls are always at the top of our hair wish list. This look can be yours by doing a roller set. Apply a foaming setting lotion on your hair and stretch small sections around medium-sized magnetic rollers. Sit under a hooded dryer and remove the rollers for a full, bouncy ’do.
Where: HPNOTIQ Harmonie liqueur’s 2012 Kick Off Cocktail Party at the W Hollywood.
Why: Kelly’s new curls are giving us life! Get full details on how to rock Kelly’s curls here.
Where: The launch of ‘True Love in Pictures’ at Tiffany & Co. in New York City.
Why: We love that Solange’s TWA (teeny weeny afro) has blossomed into a halo of lush, soft curls. If you’re hair is Solange’s length and texture, try a wash-and-go by wetting your hair in the shower, applying your favorite defining lotion and allowing to air dry.
Where: The 23rd Annual Producers Guild Awards in Beverly Hills, California
Why: The birthday girl went for Old Hollywood Glamour in this super soft, curly ‘do. Alicia’s curls can be yours by creating a side part, forming a side-swept bang and curling your hair with curling irons
Where:Bravo’s “Watch What Happens Live” show in New York.
Why: We first saw Mary in this style at the Golden Globes and are still smitten over how amazing it is. Start this style by adding a side part in your flat ironed hair. Use a curling iron to spiral the ends of your hair upward. Grab a few bobby pins and create a loose roll-up, pinning each section securely as you go.
Where: Parklawn Elementary School in Alexandria, VA.
Why: Our First Lady can do no wrong when it comes to her hair. This layered, swingable bob is glam all day. Michelle’s shoulder-length bob can be yours by wrapping straight hair in a “doobie” at night and brushing into soft layers in the morning. For added height along the hairline, use a 1" flat iron to lift your roots.