Saturday, October 15, 2011

Ashley Greene Hairstyle

Girly braids exude a kind of grown-up sexy appeal when you combine them with sensual, voluminous waves like Ashley Greene.

Get her look: Make a side part and braid a small section of hair along the hair line and secure it with a clear elastic or bobby pin. For long-lasting curls, first spritz sections with hairspray, then wrap hair around a large-barrel curling iron.

A half-up keeps things cool and girly in summer! We love Ashley Greene's extra-romantic half-up that is pretty enough to wear to a wedding party or a big date.

Get her look: Blow-dry hair using a large round brush, wrapping sections around the brush and blast with hot air to create soft waves. Pull hair at the sides back into a half-up and secure with bobby pins or a pretty clip.

When you've got statement earrings and/or gorgeous makeup like Ashley Greene's, an understated pulled-back style lets you show them off. For a timeless look, try the "Twilight" star's low textured chignon.

Get her look: Add texture by curling hair using a large curling iron. Pull hair back, twist into a low bun and secure with bobby pins. Spray hairspray all over for extra hold.

An elegant half-up gets a dose of glamor and feminine appeal with soft waves. Try Ashley Greene's romantic 'do, which has extra height at the crown and visually elongates a round or square-shaped face.

Get her look: Curl hair using a curling iron and tease the crown to create the volume. Pull hair from the front and sides back, letting bangs fall out, twist and secure with bobby pins. With the palm of your hand, push the hair up from the back to add height at the crown. Style bangs to one side, and finish with hairspray all over.

Looking for a hairstyle that portrays effortless elegance? Try a sleek chin-length bob. Ashley Greene wears hers with a long side-swept fringe, which flatters all face shapes.

Get her look: Spritz styling water onto damp hair and blow-dry with a flat brush, rolling under at the ends to achieve the roundness in this 'do. Create a zigzag side part, and push hair behind one ear.

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