Unlock Celebrity Hair Secrets

Nicole Richie
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Unlock Celebrity Hair Secrets

01 of 07

Frame Your Face

Molly Sims
Jeff Bark/Ray Brown Pro.

Q: When I wear my hair up, I'd like to style it so it frames my face. But tendrils give me bad prom flashbacks. Is there another option?

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02 of 07

Play it Straight

Aisha Tyler
Jeff Bark/Ray Brown Pro.

Q: Sometimes I have to go straight from the office to a party. How can I perk up my hair after a long day?

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03 of 07

The Short Story

The Short Story
Lester Cohen/WireImage

Q: I'm growing out my short hair, and it's at an awkward in-between stage. How can I dress it up for a black-tie party?

A:Add a wavy texture and pin it up, suggests stylist Ben Skervin, who turned Keira Knightley's crop into a premiere-worthy updo. Make waves with a curling iron, then twist up small sections, anchoring each with a bobby pin. "You can pin the ends under or leave them sticking out for a messier effect," he says. "This style gives the illusion of length—you don't know where pieces end or begin—it truly looks like long hair that's all pinned up."

04 of 07

'Invisihold'

Eva Mendes
Jefery Mayer/WireImage

Q: I want my hair to hold but not look like it has been shellacked. Any tips?

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05 of 07

Endless Blowouts

Paris Hilton
Larry Busacca/WireImage

Q: I have multiple parties this week. How can I make my blowout last?

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06 of 07

Stand the Rain

Sienna Miller
Daniele Venturelli/WireImage

Q: If I get caught in the rain or snow, is it possible to save my hairstyle?

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07 of 07

Office Party

Nicole Richie
Amy Graves/WireImage

Q: My office is very conservative. How can I look stylish but still appropriate at our holiday party?

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