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Intense shimmering copper reflections and a frizzy cut pony part flatter the face of Alexis Bledel (39, "Sin City"). Shape the lengths into waves with the styling iron and no longer comb them. Fog all around with gloss spray (e.g. from L’Oréal Professionnel).
With the chin-length bob in the undone look, the Californian actress (48) perfectly underlines her image as "Everybody’s Darling". The hair is blow-dried only with a round brush, giving it shine and a bold curl.
Looks more complicated than it is: First the hair of US actress Amy Adams (46, "Night at Museum 2") was shaped with surfers and fixed with hair lacquer (e.g. from Studio Line). Pull everything together loosely at the neck, fold in and fasten with a wide jewelry clasp.
For women with such distinctive faces as Anne Hathaway (38, Oscar for “Les Misérables”), the full pony part acts like a soft focus. Put push-up spray (e.g. from Wella) into the approaches. Blow-dry everything with the round brush from the upper vertebra onto the face.
The exact cut that film star Charlize Theron (45) got for her role in “Mad Max” makes it here: Everything is extremely short and feathery. Just pluck the tips with wax.
The classic long haircut of the London TV star Emilia Clarke (33, fantasy series “Game of Thrones”) is given more structure by anti-frizz gel (e.g. from John Frieda). Twist your hair on large heating rollers and, after cooling, style with the gel and a wide-toothed comb to the right.
Large heating coils bring movement into the long bob of film star Glenn Close (74, “A fateful affair”). After cooling, the only style with your fingers.
Halle Berry (54) looks cheeky with this styling. Knead the spray gel into dry hair. Pull up the top of the head section by section with your fingers and twirl up fringed.
This is how the pixie of US actress January Jones (43, “Mad Men”) is going out nicely: Top the pony part, style it backward and fix it with hair lacquer. Comb the sides strictly back with gel (e.g. from Schwarzkopf Professional). This half wet look creates a nice color contrast.
The braided hairstyle of Jennifer Lawrence (30, "Silver Linings") is Oscar-worthy. Curl your hair with the curling iron. Braid loose braids on the sides. Tie everything in the neck into a knot.
All around the hair of Hollywood star Jodie Foster (58, just honored with the Golden Globe for her life's work) is cut bluntly, from the middle part of the hair straight.
Ideal for blondes: All-round talent Julianne Hough (32, “Safe Haven”) has tucked the hair at the top, combed it back, and beat it over the back of the hand into a “banana”.
The simple knotted hairstyle of singer and actress Katharine McPhee (37, musical series “Smash”) is done quickly: comb everything back tight and pile it up loosely.
An ultra-long sloping pony and asymmetrical contours make the sleek look of Parisian actress Marion Cotillard (45, “La vie en rose”) look really glamorous.
Large layers, a long top, and short neck hair are the basis for the Garçon look by Michelle Williams (40, "The Fantastic World of Oz"). Knead in setting agent with a glossy effect (e.g. from taffeta). Blow-dry everything diagonally forward from the rear right vertebral point. Fix with varnish.
The British-Australian actress Naomi Watts (52, "The Impossible") shines here with an undone peg hairstyle. At the top, the hair is teased into a soft quiff, at the back of the head thin strands have been twisted, twisted, and fixed into a bun with needles.
This emphasizes the beautiful profile of Scarlett Johansson (36, "The Horse Whisperer"): Style your hair tight back, tease the top of the head vigorously and pin the ends loosely.
Ex-wrestler and George Clooney friend Stacy Keibler (41) has converted her long hair into a short look with large curls and side volume. Roll up the lengths over your fingertips and pin them invisibly on the side of the neck with hairpins.