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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
Fiery redhead Rhianna looked gorgeous as she performed for
the Today Show in New York recently. Her quirky style, which
wasn't a far cry from Poison Ivy in Batman, is simple but
fun to copy.
Rhianna's clipped in her long extensions to be able
to pull this off, and it looks great with curled hair.
If you are lucky enough not to need long extensions,
after blow drying, loosely curl your hair with straighteners.
Clamp the hair in the irons, about half way down the
length, twist 90 degrees and slide down to the ends.
The quicker your slide them, the looser the curl.
Once you have curled all your hair, apply a small
amount of wax (e.g. Revlon
Professional Discipline Wax) on your hands, rub
it between your palms until it is even and lightly run
your fingers through your curls.
The wax gives a good definition to your curls, while
separating them out and adding volume.
Now for the fun bit! To create the 50s style rolls
on the front, firstly, part your hair.
With the first section, run your hands down the piece
of hair until you get to the ends.
Now hold the tip between your index and middle finger.
Start rolling the hair towards you and keep going.
The wax that you applied earlier will stop any stray ends
and smooth your hair.
When you get to the top, secure with grips from the
bottom of the roll to disguise them.
You can make them as wide or narrow as you like. If
you want them wider, just fan out the section with your hands
and grip in place.
Do the same for the other side. It doesn't have to
be a mirror image both sides. That's what makes it cute and
unique. Have fun with it!
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.