Kate Moss Sleeks it Back

Kate Moss New Hairstyle

She may be a retired supermodel, but you would never guess by looking at her. Kate Moss isn’t exactly a cover girl anymore, but this is more by choice than anything else. She still keeps herself busy designing clothes and showing up on the town looking gorgeous as ever.. Kate was spotted arriving at the Dorchester Hotel in London for a night out on the town, and she decided to show off her puffy fur coat by going minimalist on her hair in a sleek pulled back bun. If you are running short on getting ready time for your own night out, choose a minimalist look with a bun like this and you will be en pointe for Fall’s hottest beauty trend. Complement your look by going a little wilder on the fashion, and you won’t need to spend hours on your hair to turn heads.

Yes, not only does this look effortless, but this look IS effortless to achieve with a quick and simple ponytail twist. You want to start off with clean shiny hair like Kate has here, and use some texturizing shampoo and conditioner that will hold the look. Then, Kate has simply pulled back her hair in a sexy ponytail. Take your ponytail and twist it into either a low bun at the back of your neck, or a high bun at the top of your crown, depending on your personal preference, and secure with a few bobby pins. You don’t want to fuss too much with product either here, as this clean and tidy. If you want to add a little extra shine, some glossing spritzes will do just the trick for a uber glam night out.

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Audrina Patridge Makes Up for Lost Time

Audrina Patridge Hairstyles

And though she may be a favorite on Dancing With the Stars for never missing a beat, Audrina Patridge from The Hills is just as human as the rest of us apparently and is prone to a late morning or two herself. Here she is seen rushing into the Dancing With the Stars rehearsal studios after running late, but she is certainly doing it fashionably. Arriving on set with supersized shades and squeaky clean hair, Audrina is not going to let a late morning frazzle her, and nor should you. Yes, even you can look this great after some morning rushing, and it’s easier than you think.

To get this look, you want to have a layered cut with long concave layers cut that angle toward your features rather than away from them. Use texturizing shampoo and conditioner to give your hair some bend, and blow dry your hair from roots to ends with a round and soft bristle brush. After your blowdry, you can run some styling pomade through your hair to give it some additional texture and movement. If you have a few extra minutes, you can quickly whip a curling iron to add some fluffy bend, but not too much. To do so, just use a 1 ½ “ curling iron but here you really just want to run the iron through your hair, and not focus too much on curl. Keep the curling on for just a second or two, and create a lovely, soft wave that will last all day. You will then brush these waves out for a soft almost ethereal look, and a sexy but not too fussy side part will add instant vamp appeal to your overall look of casual elegance.

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Supermodel Supermum Claudia Schiffer Takes Tots to School

Claudia Schiffer

Most of the time, seeing prints and florals put together makes one want to wince, but when you are looking at Claudia Schiffer in such a getup, you can’t help but wonder if this is one of those new trends you want to try. You don’t. Claudia Schiffer can pull it off because she is Claudia Schiffer, and if you were spotted toting your kids to school in an outfit like this, you might just get that sympathetic head tilt and frown. Or you could try the trend and see how it goes, but chances are you just won’t rock it the way Claudia Schiffer has here. With an easy breezy blowout hairstyle to boot, you can see why she is one of the most sought after supermodels still today, despite the fact that she is enjoying mommyhood to the hilt.

This is a very easy style and simply depends on a good cut, ask your stylist for face framing layers here, and a simple wash and go should do the trick. For added staying power during the day, use some texturizing serum before you blow dry, and blow dry with a round bristle brush, making sure you lift at the roots for volume, and frame your layers towards your face. Use a flat iron to sleek ends out if you prefer long and straight, and also use it on your bangs to sweep them over to the side. A sexy side part paired with an attitude of, your hair will go where your day does, will ensure this look lasts all day, and easily into the evening hours as well.

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Pink Rocks It As Usual

Pink Short Hairstyles

There is something about this girl that just makes you want to not mess with her. And it doesn’t seem to matter whether she is showing off her soft feminine side, her hard rocker side, or her everyday side here where she is toting a fashion mag while out and about in Beverly Hills. We know she is tough, she makes sure of that, but yet she can be just as girly as the rest of us. One more reason to love her. And this super short punky style is the perfect look if you are the kind of girl that likes to mix it up a bit, because believe it or not, there is a lot you can do with this look. Mess it up a million different ways or sleek it out a million different ways, in millions of ways this look is more versatile than long hair because it lets you become anyone or any style you want. Pink is seen here with her contemporary short hair sleeked down and framing her pretty face. But she is yet another girl that even with short punky locks, she seems to have a different look every day.

If you have super short locks, you can achieve this particular look by applying some volumizing mousse to freshly washed hair, and then comb your hair against your head in the sleek manner that Pink has done here. For a contemporary edge, comb some larger pieces in front of your ears framing your face. Allow your hair to air dry and the style will set as you combed it. After it has dried, apply just a smidge of pomade to your comb, and then comb the style yet again to set the style even stronger. If you want to get a little punky and edge this look up for evening, tweak some shine wax on the ends for a sleek, contemporary look.

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Jessica Biel Promotes The A Team

Jessica Biel How to Hairstyles

Oh yes, we know, we know, she is a supermodel for a reason. About a million reasons actually. Here is a girl that just can’t do ugly spotted in London promoting her latest work “The A Team”. Yes yes, a collective sigh runs rampant through all the men in all the land, waiting to see Ms. Biel in an action flick. No doubt it will be a good one, and one of the things that makes her so hot is that she makes it all look so effortless. Here she is looking glam as ever on the promotion circuit with a sexy do that actually is almost as effortless as it looks.

To get this look, first you want to have a layered cut with long concave layers that angle toward your features rather than away from them, but not too many layers, like our Jessica has here. Use texturizing shampoo and conditioner to give your hair some bend, and blow dry your hair from roots to ends with a round and soft bristle brush. After your blowdry, you can run some styling pomade through your hair to give it some additional texture and movement. Then, use a flat iron to put some bend and wave in your hair, but rather than focusing on the straightening, wind sections around your flat iron for just a few seconds to get what they call a “straight wave”. Keep the flat iron on for just a second or two, and create a lovely, soft wave that will last all day. You will then brush these waves out for a soft almost ethereal look, and a sexy but not too fussy side part will add instant vamp appeal to your overall look of casual elegance. For some extra staying power, finish the look with some extra hold hairspray or glossing serum, and you will have a hairstyle that will last all day, and all night.

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