Here are some prom or wedding updo hair style pictures in which celebrities show you how they wear their hair up for a special occasion. All you need to do is add a few flowers or pearls or other hair jewelry and you'll be ready for your special day! Take the photo to your hair stylist if you can not do it yourself.
Here are some of your favorite celebrites in updo hair styles:
Halle Berry's updo hairstyle utilizes a braiding technique which is similar to the one used to create cornrows. The braids are then coiled and secured to the top of the head. Bobbie pins may be used for this purpose. The best thing to do is to take this picture to a hair salon that specializes in braiding, to create this updo for you, as only a pro may be able to make it look as good as Halle's does.
Halle Berry's Second Updo Hair Style
Halle Berry's second updo hairstyle is parted in the middle and slicked down into what may be a low chignon perhaps. (A chignon is a bun, shaped like a donut that was popular in ancient Greece and Rome and is worn for formal occasions now. To get Halle's slicked down look, her hairstylist Oscar James uses John Frieda Frizz-Ease Relax Texture Correcting Serum.
Jane Seymour's Updo Hair Style Calista Flockhart's Updo Hair Style
Jane Seymour's Updo Hair Style
Jane Seymour's updo hairstyle consists of a loose high ponytail which appears to be twisted into tiny knots, the ends of the hair are left straight and loose. Take this photo to your hairstylist to get a similar interpretation. The bangs can be curled under with a medium barrel curling iron or ceramic straightening iron (if you curve it as you run the hair section through it).
Calista Flockhart's Updo Hair Style
Calista Flockhart's updo hairstyle has a lot of height on top which can be achieved by back combing. To back comb, also known as "tease", run a comb briskly up and down a hair section while you pull it taut. The hair can then be gathered into a french twist. Bring this photo to your hair stylist for a similar interpretation. The long chin-length bangs are parted on the side and slightly curled
Angelina Jolie's Updo Hair Style Angelina Jolie's Updo Back View
Angelina Jolie's Updo Hair Style
Angelina Jolie's updo hairstyle consists of long, almost chin-length face-framing bangs which are parted in the center. The rest of the hair is gathered into a loose high pony tail, which can be secured with a Blax Elastic (a favorite elastic of celebrity hair dressers for loose or tight ponytails and minimal hair damage, as they are plastic and can be cut out of the hair).
Angelina Jolie's Updo Back View
The back of the hair is then twisted into small, messy coils. These can be held in place with bobbie pins and hair spray. The finishing touch is a shiny metalic barrette. Don't forget the dangling earrings.
Jennifer Lopez's Updo Hair Style Jennifer Lopez's Updo Side View
Jennifer Lopez's Updo Hair Style
Jennifer Lopez's updo hairstyle looks like it was set in medium to large sized rollers first (you can use either gel, steam, or electric rollers). The hair is parted in the middle, and the back of the crown is back combed for height. The bangs are long, straight, chin length and curled slightly under at the ends.
Jennifer Lopez's Updo Side View
The hair is twisted into medium sized loose, messy coils on the back. Bring this photo to a hairstylist to get a similar interpretation.
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Researched and Compiled by Celebrity Beauty Secret Goldmine
Additional Resources: Mane man: celebrity stylist Oscar James—here with adoring fan Vanessa L. Williams—solves your hair dilemmas - strands, from Essence, March 2002, by Pamela Edwards