Gorgeous New Hairstyles Fresh-picked from the runways and the red carpet.

Take sections from behind your ears, wrap around your head (twist in the center, if you�d like) and bobby pin. So chic!

Sleek up your cropped cut

None of that shaggy bedhead this season�short hair is polished and sexier than ever. Mist shine spray onto your palms and lightly run them over your hair to give it a high gloss.

Go to new heights!

Try this dramatic Audrey Hepburn-ish style for a major event. First, tease hair like crazy. Now take a section, pull it to the back of your head, roll under so it poufs up and pin. Do your whole head, smooth with a brush, add hairspray and slip on a thin band.

Do a better ballerina bun

A high knot is too little-girl; keep it below your crown. Gather hair, twist the tail, coil, tuck in the ends and pin.

Add some extras!
Three gorgeous ways to dress up your hair this season: bright barrettes, bold-print scarves and pretty jeweled pins.

Go for a glam pony

The trick to giving yours this smooth-as-glass look: Flat-iron your tail.

Define your part

There�s nothing wrong with a messy line, but a neat, clean, done-with-an-actual-comb one looks so crisp and fresh now. To do it, make your part when hair�s damp; smooth on gel; let dry.

Try a fresh twist

For the first look, brush hair smooth, loop your ponytail up and pin the ends under. For the others, leave those ends sticking out.

Add a flowery accent.

Try blossoms on a headband�an update on that old bloom-in-hair thing. Shopstyle.com has a huge selection.

Do face-framing swoops.
Don�t Natalie�s look so pretty?

Think half sleek�
Use a flatiron to straighten hair, clip it in the back and fluff it up

�or pouf the crown.
Tease up and down with a comb; pin.

Try a dressy pony.
An exceptionally smooth one (use gel) with hair around the elastic is elegant�not at all workout-y.

Go low.
Sweep hair to the side so it dips over an eye.

Be a body builder.Get Charlize�s heft, even if hair is thin, by twirling it with a big round brush as you blow-dry

Clip hair at your nape.
Then let it casually fall forward over your shoulders. Offset it with statement earrings.

Pin back bangs.
Back-comb for height.

Work contrasting color.
Mary�s revelatory blond-over-brown bob deserves an award or something. (Just see a pro for complex color like this.)

Fake a short cut.
Use a curling iron to create chic ringlets, gather at the back, tuck length up and under and pin.

Get all edgy-sweet.
Piecey bangs plus a braid gets you schoolgirl gone bad.
Make a top braid.
Starting one at the front of your hair, not the back, keeps it fresh

Borrow from a ballerina.
No, it�s not exactly breakthrough, but it�s amazing how a sleek bun is so sexy every time.


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