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wanted to know how Cheryl gets so much volume, how Pixie gets her
shiny locks or how to achieve Kesha's messy 'dos? Then follow our
top tips and make your own glamorous hair statement.
Iíll show you step-by-step how to achieve the most talked about celebrity
hairstyles from glamourous red carpet updos to the hottest catwalk
Charlene Wittstock arrived at Fashion Monaco with Prince Albert
II of Monaco sporting a neat, sleek up do.
To copy this style it is best to have 'day old' hair!
Brush through and spray dry shampoo directly
on to the roots. Not only does this make you feel a
bit fresher, the product adds volume to your roots.
Now, depending on where you hair lies, create
a left or right parting. If your hair will only part
in the middle just brush it all back.
With your parting ready, create a three inch
wide section from the parting down to your ear. Clip
or tie this piece up out of your way while you create
With the rest of your hair, spray a firm hold product
like gel spray or hairspray (e.g. Hair
Jamm Juuce Stuck Up) and brush through, gathering your
hair at the centre nape of your neck.
Now for extra gloss, spray it with shine spray (e.g.
Glistening Spray) and brush through again.
Tie your section in a band and on the last turn, only
pull your hair half way through.
With the looped hair, spread out the section and start
by clipping the two ends to your head.
You can do the bun as small or large as your like -
just play with it and see what works best for you.
Now just neaten the bun up by securing the top and
bottom with grips.
* With the remaining front section of hair you had
earlier. Brush it through, apply some serum (e.g.
Revlon Professional Pro You Shine Seal) and, using your
hands, run it flat along the side of your head. For an extra
bit of glamour, incorporate it into your bun, it gives a pretty
Mlatem is a stylist based in South Wales. She specialises in artistic looks
and originality and has had a passion for hair since receiving her first
barbie doll! A trained journalist, Hannahís day job is writing for daily
and weekly papers but her true flair is for hair. Her work has been featured
in fashion shows, model shoots and weddings. Hannah also works alongside
renowned celebrity stylist Phillip Mungeam at The Room in Usk, South Wales.