Spring Hair Trends 2013:
Stylist Secrets to Our Favorite Celebrity Updos
Naomi Watts' Faux Sideswept Bob
In addition to the slight 1920s vibe, we love how Naomi Watts' temporary bob allows you to flirt with a shorter style without the commitment of actually cutting your hair. Her hairstylist Giannandrea Marongiu looked to screen sirens like Carole Lombard as reference for a look she described as "a bit more modern than Old Hollywood." To enhance Watts' dynamic blonde shade, Marongiu prepped her strands with Matrix's Blonde Care Flash Filler ($16; matrix.com for locations), followed by a generous amount of the Matrix Amplify Foam Volumizer ($15; matrix.com for locations). She blow-dried the star's hair using a round brush, parting it to the side, then formed a soft wave using a half-inch curling iron. Matrix's Design Pulse Mega Dust ($15; matrix.com for locations) was sprinkled onto a boar bristle brush and worked through Watts' strands to add texture and hold. Marongiu fastened hair into a ponytail halfway down the length, then began rolling hair upwards to create the faux bob. She anchored the style into place with bobby pins, and to finish, shaped the waves to frame Watts' face. Try on Naomi Watts' hairstyles here! On your phone or iPad? Head over to your desktop to use our Hollywood Makeover Try-on Tool.
Evangeline Lilly swept onto the red carpet at The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug premiere in a black slightly sheer Alberta Ferretti gown with a lace overlay and tiers of tulle at the skirt, keeping all accessories to a minimum, save for studs and a gold bracelet.