Spring Hair Trends 2013:
Stylist Secrets to Our Favorite Celebrity Updos
Jessica Paré's Regal Bun
Perhaps as a nod to the swingin' '60s wardrobe she sports on Mad Men, Jessica Paré balanced her mod makeup with a timeless oversized updo. "I wanted the hair to feel timeless and regal, like that of Grace Kelly," said her hairstylist Marcus Francis, who prepped the star's look by misting Phyto's Actif Volumizing Spray ($29; sephora.com) from roots to ends. He directed her strands upward and away from her scalp as he blow-dried to increase root lift, then fastened hair into a high ponytail. Francis then teased the ponytail in small sections, misting Oribe's Dry Texturizing Spray ($39; oribe.com) in conjunction with L'Oreal Elnett Hairspray ($15; ulta.com) for long-lasting hold. He molded hair into a round shape with a boar bristle brush, then rolled the remainder of the ponytail underneath to form the large bun. A metallic headband finished the look and added a touch of sparkle. Try on Jessica Paré's hair here! On your phone or iPad? Head over to your desktop to use our Hollywood Makeover Try-on Tool.
At the Louis Vuitton Art Basel Beach Barbecue event, Michelle Williams (in head-to-toe Louis Vuitton) was the epitome of chic, effortlessly styling her stripe tiered skirt with a slouchy blue sweater, the brand’s signature checkered clutch and mustard yellow sandals.