Actress Vivica A. Fox’s waist-length spirals were absolutely stunning at the premiere of ‘Joyful Noise.’ You can get Vivica’s lush look by rocking some fierce extensions from the Vivica A. Fox Hair Collection.
Teyana Taylor appeared on the red carpet for BET’s ‘The Game’ And ’Let’s Stay Together’ series premiere wearing full, touchable curls. Get the look at home by setting your hair overnight on satin-covered foam rollers. After removing the rollers, finger-fluff your spiral for intense body.
Viola Davis was stunning in her signature bob at the the 2012 Golden Globe Awards party. You can rock Viola-like curls by hot curling your short hair with 1" irons. If you’re not a fan of heat, try sleeping with magnetic rollers for big, banging curls in the morning.
When Wendy Raquel Robinson stopped by the ESSENCE office this week, we couldn’t stop staring at her swingable, layered hair and side-swept bang. Too fierce! Wendy’s hot tresses can be yours by asking your stylist to add soft layers the next time you’re due for a haircut. For added bounce and body, set your hair on wide hot rollers.
What’s not to love about Christina Milian’s long, rippling waves at the NBC Universal 2012 Press Tour All-Star Party? Get Christina’s curls at home by spiral curling your hair in small sections and separating the curls to create fullness.
Brandy went for blunt cut bangs and bone straight strands at the BET’s ‘The Game’ And ’Let’s Stay Together’ series premiere. If you’re thinking about cutting bangs, always cut the hair dry and snip your ends vertically so your hair has a softer edge.
Rashida Jones took on the side braid trend in a very fierce way at the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital’s 50th Anniversary Gala. This easy style can be yours by bringing all of your hair to one side and creating a loose braid and the end with an elastic band. Sexiness in seconds.
We fell in love with Tia Mowry’s two-toned spiral curls at the BET’s ‘The Game’ And ’Let’s Stay Together’ series premiere. Spiral curls can be created by separating your hair into small sections with duck bill clips and using a 1.5" curling iron to curl each section.
Queen Latifah rocked sweet, loosely curled locks when she arrived at the Los Angeles premiere of ‘Joyful Noise.’ The Queen’s loose curls can be yours by applying a heat protectant to the hair and wrapping your hair around a 2" curling wand. Finish off with a light spritz for long-lasting hold.
Tamera Mowry looked stunning in a fierce, loosely pinned topknot 2012 at People’s Choice Awards at Nokia Theatre. Get Tamera’s topknot at home by smoothing flat-ironed strands into a high ponytail at the crown of your head. Separate the hair into 4 sections, and loosely wrap each section individually around in a bun. Secure with bobby pins and you’re out the door looking glam!