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
HOLLYWOOD glamour was in abundance at this year's Oscar ceremony.
The ladies took a trip back to the classics with their wave
Hailee Steinfeld framed her pretty face perfectly with a classic
updo which while looking impressive, is not difficult at all.
After washing, blow dry your hair in sections.
This ensures a glossy, sleek finish which is a great
base for this style.
When you're finished, blast your hair with a
cool shot (if you have one on your hairdryer) If not,
wait just a few minutes for your hair to cool and settle
Use a shine spray (e.g. Orofluido
Shine Spray) and comb through to the ends.
An easy shortcut here is to brush all your hair into
a pontytail, just on the crown and secure with a band. This
is a great cheat to make sure it holds through the night -
just like the Oscars!
Taking two inch sections and beginning at the top of
your ponytail, spray with hairspray, comb through and begin
to roll. A tip here is to flatten the section and roll it
around your fist. This makes sure each 'roll' is roughly the
Secure with pins and spray in place.
Repeat this step for the rest of your ponytail and
be creative about where you place the rolls. Entwine one or
two of your sections to add a bohemian flare.
As Hailee did, finish this classic style with an eye-catching
band or fascinator.
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.