A middle part and loose ringlets make it feel even more fance Photographer: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg via Getty Images U.S. End with a misting of hairspray over your entire style. Melania's Michael Kors outfit for husband's first joint session of Congress left everyone talking. Then, use your fingers to brush the spirals into looser waves. And with Allen's DIY spin, it seemed like a way to bump my rookie hairstyling skills into red-carpet-level finesse-or at least look like it, for cheap.First, a rundown on the updo. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below There's no rule that updos HAVE to have loose tendrils-Amy Adams is proof that sweeping all of your hair away from your face looks pretty and fresh.
Advertisement - Continue Reading Below Basic Ballerina Bun star Emily VanCamp never overthinks her red carpet looks. Just tease your pony before pinning it into a bun to recreate the lead's I-didn't-even-try-to-look-this-good texture. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below Advertisement - Continue Reading Below The Loose Sweep For a style like Olivia Palermo's, simply part your hair down the center-letting some wispy pieces fall around your face-and gather it in a low knot. The whole vibe was very Cindy Lou Who.As I found out, a twist per side doesn't really fly if you have thick hair. Next, pin one-inch strands of the remaining hair around the mini-bun in various directions, weaving a few strands in and out of the other strands to create a layered effect. While Wood's pearls logically gave a detailed visual guide to where each pin should go, my thick, curly hair wasn't having it-his offhand twists looked spontaneously beautiful and undone, but my barely affixed sections looked insane. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below Glam Side-Pony Start by using a one-inch curling iron to curl your hair away from your face. The more I look at my photos, the more it reads alien princess. Remembering those two things-and getting lots of help from no-show bobbies-brought the styling time down to about five minutes. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below Advertisement - Continue Reading Below If your hair is ultra-thick, you can twist it into a big, top-of-the-head bun for a style like Lauren Conrad's. An elegant updo gets a youthful update with thick, eye-grazing bangs. The wispy tendrils and imperfect topknot are what keep this look from being too precious. Photographer: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg via Getty Images U.S. REUTERS/Yuri Gripas FLOTUS joins in the singing of the National Anthem at a Fourth of July picnic on the South Lawn of the White House in Esteban Cortazar. Given that a good percentage of my life is devoted to watching and listening to hairstylists do their thing, I'm somehow still incredibly bad at doing my own hair. I was expecting to fail.Pearl hair accessories have existed in plenty of different iterations over the years, but they always feel fresh-they've shown up everywhere from Chanel's runway to Asos and Jen Atkin's Chloe + Isabel collection. By fun, I mean disastrous on the first three attempts. Let long pieces escape from your pony, like Lucy Hale did. We especially love that America Ferrara rocked this look with a classic matte red lip. Tease one section to create volume, then pin it against your scalp to create a mini-bun. Instead, dividing each half into a top and bottom section, then twisting the top ones back first was much easier. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below The Breezy Bun The secret to model Selita Ebanks' gorgeous 'do is to load your hair with texturing products to help it maintain a piecey, three-dimensional shape. Wood's description of the model's hair twist sounds like literally the easiest thing in the world: "I started off on one side coiling and twisting her hair away from her face. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below Advertisement - Continue Reading Below Teased Topknot We love Hayden Panettiere's messy update on a basic ballerina bun. Concave hairstyle. Mandy Moore has worn them hair-charm-style, while Ariana Grande has stuck them on either side of her part. How to do a flip hairstyle.
Updo for Older Women Age Over 60: Slightly Bouffant Updo.Sweep about three-quarters of your hair into a low pony over your right shoulder, leaving the remaining hair to fall over it. To score this cool bun, secure hair into a low ponytail and divide it into two equal sections. Use a curling iron to create spirals before pinning them in place. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below The Slicked Style A sleek chignon like Thandie Newton's will never go out of style. Moving to the other side, he coiled and pinned in a different pattern, then twisted up the ends and intertwined them "to create this really easy, organic, not over-styled shape."Beautiful. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below Model Kate Upton makes an old-school updo look on trend with a deep side part and loads of piecey layers. Melania Trump attends the official reception for the partners of the NATO chiefs at the Royal Castle of Laeken, wearing a black lace Dolce & Gabbana dress. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below The Sidewinder Zoe Saldana's low, side bun is a must-try