Face it, when it comes to glamorous hair, celebs — for the most part — do it best. Since most of don't have a hair and makeup team waiting on us, take inspiration from these beautiful looks you'll want to tackle this fall.
Blake Lively's Natural Glamour
It's no secret that Blake Lively's hair is one of the industry's best and most coveted manes. And while a lot of it has to do with the Rapunzel
It's no secret that Blake Lively's hair is one of the industry's best and most coveted mains. And while a lot of it has to do with the Rapunzel length and golden hue, for the most part, it's really all about the healthy shine and softness. To channel Blake's easy glamour, use a luxurious hydrating mask and leave it on over night, at least once a week. The results? Super soft gorgeous hair that will leave even Blake looking at you.
Blake Lively at the Chanel Fine Jewelry's 80th anniversary Image via Blue/WENN.com
Nina Dobrev's Retro Do
Headbands played a big role in creating retro poofs this fall season—for further proof, check out Oscar de la Renta's runway show. While the ladies at Oscar showed off sparkling gems and satin bands, do like Nina Dobrev instead and opt for a plain thick band that takes a cue from this fall's retro trends.
Nina Dobrev at ELLE's 19th Annual Women In Hollywood Celebration Image via Adriana M. Barraza/WENN.com
Emma Watson's Sweet Updo
While sexy is all the rage, sweet can sometimes upstage even the sultriest of 'dos. For instance, Emma Watson's lovely half updo which incorporates retro waves gives Old Hollywood hair a fresh and unique turn. Perfect for shoulder length locks, Emma's feminine hairstyle requires a curling iron, styling cream, and pretty hair clips.
Emma Watson at the Gala Screening of 'The Perks of Being A Wallflower Image via WENN.com
Lea Michele's Sexy Part
A well-placed part can do wonders for your look. Case in point, Lea Michele's seductive side part which gives this young starlet a more mature and sultry image. Give your hair this seductive treatment by spritzing on some volumizing spray before blow-drying. Now part, flip for drama, add hairspray, and you are on your way.
Lea Michele at the Premiere Screening of FX's 'American Horror Story Image via FayesVision/WENN.com
Rachel Bilson's Faux Bob
Leave it to trendsetting Rachel Bilson to give the faux bob a new look. To get her look, leave a front section of your hair loose before securing the rest into a tight and sleek bun. Now, take that front section, blow-dry it, and tuck the bottom part into the back of your hair, creating a modern and sexy half faux bob.
Rachel Bilson at CW Summer 2012 Press Tour Image via FayesVision/WENN.com
Rihanna's Sophisticated Crop
The ever-changing artist shocked her style fans by chopping off her long colorful tresses. The verdict? A sophisticated pixie cut that took Rihanna from girl to woman. If you are going to follow suit, do like Rihanna and complement your mature cut with classic red lips and a glowing complexion.
Rihanna image via Rob Rich/WENN.com
Alicia Keys' Creative Updo
While Alicia Keys' intricate updo might seem difficult to emulate, here are some pointers on getting it done the easy way. Leave a section of your hair out and proceed to brush the rest into a high sleek pony tail that you will pin into a ballerina top-knot. Now, take that loose section and braid upward, securing it over the sleek bun. To give your 'do extra staying power, try it on unwashed hair, which is always the best way to secure and hold.
Alicia Keys image via DJDM/WENN.com
Nicole Richie's Side Parted Bun
Easy as 1-2-3, Nicole Richie's side parted bun demands only a few minutes of your time and effort. Make sure to part your hair with a comb for a precise line and to secure your bun at the nape of your neck for easy glamour. Keep frizz and strays at bay with a grooming cream, and voila! glamour is your name.
Nicole Richie at the 2012 NCLR ALMA Awards image via FayesVision/WENN.com
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