Get the Look: Those worrying about a teased-bangs revival can breathe a sigh of relief. A combination of blow-drying and air-drying creates a great, balanced style. Use a little straightening balm and blow-dry heavier bangs so they lie straight.
Get the Look: Take curly hair from day to night by spritzing with a refreshing, enzyme-rich spray to bring back the bounce.
Get the Look: Spray hair with styling spray and roll halfway up with hot rollers — the bigger the better. Then, while they're still warm, spritz with hair spray. Take curlers out immediately.
Get the Look: To achieve an updated version of this style, wrap up sections of hair in hot rollers, mist with a setting spray, and — after two minutes — remove from the rollers from the back of your head. After five minutes, take out the rest.
Get the Look: Apply antifrizz styling cream from the ends up to mid-lengths, so there's more product on the bottom and less as you go up with nothing on the roots. For best results, put down the blow-dryer and let it air-dry!
Get the Look: "We've done the stringy layers for so long," Lecompte says. "When you cut the hair above the bust, it bounces up and looks thicker and healthier."
Get the Look: Today, her look has evolved into a more refined style, so focus on soft, shiny waves curled away from the face.
Get the Look: To refresh slept-on curls like Jessica's, use a few sprays of leave-in conditioner mist.
Get the Look: Go easy on the shampoo in the shower. The more natural oils left in this type of hair, the better.
Get the Look: The secret to stopping frizz involves a few products: a leave-in conditioner, a deep conditioner, and a styling product involving silicone. All either keep the hair moisturized or protect the cuticle from moisture.
Get the Look: Add some bling to your locks. It's been said that she demanded Max Factor sprinkle real gold dust onto her hair so that it would sparkle on film.
Get the Look: Lecompte suggests using 1" to 1 1/4" hot rollers, curling sections away from the face. Loosen the waves with a detangling brush ... and you've got liftoff!
The Gossip Girl star, who plays Blair Waldorf on the hit show, and new Herbal Essences spokesgirl chats about red-carpet survival, styling shortcuts, and, of course, the best headbands.
"I relate to Blair's classic style, but I'm not afraid of sweatpants every once in a while." —Leighton Meester
Get the Look: Try a straight-down-the-middle part to really make waves.
Get the Look: Once you've curled everything with a large-barrel curling iron, section out bangs from the rest of your hair. Use the curling iron to "wing" the ends out. Set with hairspray.
Get the Look: Tease or back-comb hair (gently!) at the roots. Don't overdo it as you are just creating a light cushion and a little lift at the roots. Grab a section of hair at each temple and sweep it back off the face. Use a small elastic to secure the hair at the back of the head. If your hair is layered, like Jolie's, pull a few pieces out to frame the face.
Get the Look: Deep-condition hair at least once a week and use a wide-tooth comb to detangle hair while still in the shower. (Hepburn swore by cold showers, too.)
Get the Look: If your hair is already curly, winding small sections around your index finger and rolling them all the way up your scalp should do the trick. If you have naturally straight hair, use a thin curling iron — held vertically — instead of your finger.
Get the Look: To avoid unwanted pouf, let hair air-dry as long as possible and then blow-dry with a diffuser. (If you don't have a diffuser, aim the blow-dryer nozzle downward, in the direction hair grows.)
Get the Look: Opt for a comb over a brush, and choose a wide-tooth comb to remove tangles better than those with medium or fine teeth.