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Celebrity Hairstyle Hysteria: How To Have Hair Like Jennifer Aniston

12 Jul

Jennifer Aniston started a hairstyle hysteria with “The Rachel”. Since then, millions of women have flocked to salons with her photo in hand. Straight or wavy, short or long, Jennifer Aniston’s famous tresses continue to set trends. Find out how Jen gets those golden sun-kissed locks. Learn how to create her free-flowing curls and and her sleek, sexy look.
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Jennifer Aniston started a hairstyle hysteria with “The Rachel”. Since then, millions of women have flocked to salons with her photo in hand. Straight or wavy, short or long, Jennifer Aniston’s famous tresses continue to set trends. Find out how Jen gets those golden sun-kissed locks. Learn how to create her free-flowing curls and and her sleek, sexy look.

You will need


* 1 blow dryer with diffuser

* 1 volumizing nousse (if your hair is fine)

* 1 curling iron

* 1 flat, paddle brush

* 1 blow dryer

* 1 comb

* 1 flat iron

* 1 shine serum

* 1 hairspray (optional)



Step 1: The Color


Jennifer Aniston’s sun-kissed hair color is her signature statement; her style is quite simple. Golden highlights brighten her brunette hair, while beach blonde streaks frame her face. If your hair is a dark blonde to medium brown, you’ve got the perfect base for Jen’s color; simply add a few highlights or a gloss for shine. If yours is a medium brown or darker, you’ll need to lighten your base to a golden brown and then add blonde highlights on top of that.


Step 2: Making Waves


To create Jennifer Aniston’s waves, you’ll need a blow dryer with a diffuser. If your hair is fine, apply volumizing mousse to your hair before blow drying. Using the diffuser, scrunch your hair from the roots to the ends. Hold the blow dryer in place for about five seconds, then remove. You should see waves beginning to form. Continue to work the diffuser through the hair moving toward the crown, until the hair is dry.


Step 3: Defining The Curl


Jennifer Aniston’s hair is full of free-flowing curls. To get this look, use a curling iron with a barrel of an inch to two inches. Hold the curling iron at an angle. Starting about an inch from the ends of the hair, wrap the hair around the barrel, away from the face. Leaving the ends of the hair out of the barrel creates a more natural curl, not a tight ringlet.


Step 4: Loosen Up


America’s favorite friend never looks like she’s trying too hard. Run your hands under your hair and gently tousle the hair at the root. Now you’ve got a look that’s California-chic, just like Jennifer Aniston.


Step 5: Change It Up


What makes Jennifer Aniston’s long layered hair so great is its versatility. She easily transitions from tousled, wavy bed-head to sleek, straight and polished. To get Jen’s straight look, begin by blow drying your hair with a flat paddle brush. Hold the blow dryer at an angle above the brush, as you pull the hair down and away from your scalp. Do not bend the hair with the brush or curl it under, pull the hair straight down.


Step 6: Check Your Layers


When you’re going for a sleek, polished look, you can’t afford split ends or stray hairs. Jennifer Aniston keeps her face framing layers on the A-list with regular trims. Keep your layers clean with trims every two to three months.


Step 7: Flat Iron Finish


Flat iron your hair section by section. Run a comb through your hair, following with the flat iron. This will rid your hair of any knots that could catch in the straightener and damage your hair.


Step 8: Shine & Hold


Celebrities like Jennifer Aniston have stylists who know how to perfect hair with products. Here are two great tricks. Place a bit of shine serum or spray on your hands, then run your palms over the ends of your hair for a brilliant, smooth finish. Then calm any flyaway hairs with this trick – coat your hands well with hairspray, and press down the flyaway hairs. You’ll have sleek hair without stiffness.


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LeAnn Rimes Shows Off New Haircut By Celebrity Stylist Chris McMillan

13 Jun

LeAnn Rimes stepped out in Los Angeles and showed off a new haircut as she left a hair salon on June 11. The 28-year-old American singer and actress LeAnn Rimes looked fresh and stylish with her new shorter and layered hair style.

Newlywed LeAnn Rimes got her long blond hair chopped by celeb stylist Chris McMillan, who is also hairstylist of Jennifer Aniston.

Soon after leaving the salon, LeAnn tweeted: “Total new haircut! Love it! Thx my dear Chris McMillan for taking four inches off! I’m a new woman!!!’

LeAnn was all smiles while debuting her new choppy bob style hairdo as she walked back to her car from Chris McMillan salon. She was looking fab in casual ensemble including white top, blush pink blazer and skinny jeans accessorized with fringed bag and cool sunglasses.

What do you think of LeAnn’s new haircut hit or miss?



Celebrity Hair: Oprah Winfrey’s Hairstyles Through The Years

25 May

She may be known as the Queen of All Media, but Oprah Winfrey is just as famous for her ever-changing hairstyles. From curls to short bobs, the talk show titan continuously keeps her fans guessing. Flashback through the years to see her many styles.

Celebrity Hair: Dianna Agron Cut’s Off Her Long Blonde Locks

12 May

We’ve always loved Dianna Agron’s (Quinn) flowing blonde locks, but it looks like the actress was ready for a bit of a change! Having just wrapped Season 2 of Glee, Dianna jumped into stylist Theodore Leaf’s chair to get her long, blonde hair chopped off.

Want to see the new look for yourself? You can watch the haircut as it happens in this video Dianna posted to her Tumblr on May 12. Then check out this photo of the final result, and let us know: Does Dianna’s hair look better long and girly or sexy and short?

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Beauty: Low-Maintenance Hairstyle’s Men Love On Women

7 May

Straight Up Sexy

Why Guys Love It: From an evolutionary perspective, guys subconsciously like hair that looks clean and healthy, like Anna Faris’s blond locks. “Hair that’s in top condition shows that you have a balanced diet and good health — signs of an ideal mate,” says biological anthropologist Helen Fisher PhD.

How to Get It: Work a silicone-based straightening serum through damp hair before blow-drying. Clip locks in 4-6 sections depending on how thick your hair is. Then tackle one at a time with a paddle brush and a blow-dryer equipped with a nozzle pointed straight down. Finish with a light shine spray.

photo credit: Steve Granitz/WireImage.com

Why Guys Love It: Every guy drools over Megan Fox for her smoking bod and luscious lips, but they’d also love to run their fingers through her smooth, shiny hair. “Shine draws guys in because it’s a sign of youth and vitality,” adds Fisher.

How to Get It: Apply smoothing cream to damp hair. While blow-drying, use a medium-sized round brush and work from the bottom layers up. Pin the top portion out of your way and point the nozzle down to flatten the cuticle. When your mane is dry, mist on a thermal-straightening spray (the kind heat activates like Dove Heat Defense Therapy Mist, $5). Glide a flatiron over strands to kill any flyaways and seal in silkiness. Rake a tiny drop of shine serum through ends with your fingers for a superglossy movie-star finish.

photo credit: Steve Granitz/WireImage.com
Sexy Shag

Why Guys Love It: Jennifer Hudson shows off her neck and frames her face with this short bob. “Short and choppy, the new bob accentuates your cheekbones and eyes,” says celeb stylist Oscar Blandi.

How to Get It: Start with a protective styling spray to maintain shine like Got2b Guardian Angel Protect N’ Blow Out Lotion and Gloss Finish, $6. Then, divide hair into two-inch sections and blow-dry straight. Finish by using a flat-iron to flip out your ends slightly.

photo credit: Steve Granitz/WireImage.com

Pretty Pixie

Why Guys Love It: “Confident chicks don’t need to hide behind long hair,” says salon owner Roy Teeluck. Plus, soft, face-framing bangs come across as supersensual. Ginnifer Goodwin’s peekaboo fringe is flirty and mischievous.

How to Get It: Use a lightweight smoothing styler and a natural bristle brush to blow-dry hair smooth and forward. For control, spread a wax-based pomade in your palms, then pat it from roots to ends. Tuck extralong pieces behind your ear with a bobby pin.

photo credit: Jeff Vespa/WireImage.com
Bad Girl Bump

Why Guys Love It: The small pouf (and we’re not talking The Snookie here) adds a subtle dose of glamour to any look. That’s why it’s such a hot red-carpet go-to. “Wearing your hair up bares your most seductive features, like your neck and shoulders,” explains celeb stylist Ken Paves. Hilary Duff looks pretty yet punk with this ‘do.

How to Get It: Part dry, straight hair from above the arches of each brow back to the crown to create a mini ponytail. Twist the top of the tail, and push hair forward to create volume, then secure with a large barrette or bobby pins. Gather the rest into a bun and mist with a holding spray (try Vavoom Shapemaker Shaping Spray, $15).

photo credit: Gregg DeGuire/WireImage.com

Why Guys Love It: Nikki Reed’s bun looks simple and elegant yet still touchable. The hair that falls into her face prevents the updo from looking too severe. “Men couldn’t care less if your strands are perfectly styled and neat. In fact, he might like you more with some wildness or bedhead, since it shows you’re carefree and relaxed,” says Fisher.

How to Get It: Make a low side ponytail, leaving a few pieces loose around your face. Twist the length of your ponytail, and wrap it into a figure-eight shape — smoosh it up against your scalp, and tuck the ends into the loop. Insert a few hairpins or tiny barrettes to lock it all in place. Finish with a mist of light-weight hair spray that’ll give you extra hold minus any stickiness, like Paul Mitchell Worked Up, $15.

photo credit: Lester Cohen/WireImage.com
Sexy Side Pony

Why Guys Love It: “An assymetrical updo is universally flattering for all face shapes because nobody’s features are perfectly aligned,” says NYC celeb stylist Nathaniel Hawkins. That means a side pony is an easy way to make sure no one notices your flaws. America Ferrera’s look is soft without looking sloppy or overdone.

How to Get It: Rub on a smoothing gel like L’Oreal Professional Texture Expert Gelee Riche, $20 through wet strands. Blow-dry hair over to one side to create hold. Then use your fingers to gather hair low under the ear and secure with an elastic band (keep it loose so the bun doesn’t look too prissy).

photo credit: Dimitrios Kambouris/WireImage.com
Schoolgirl Pony

Why Guys Love It: Play up your naughty cheerleader with Michelle Trachtenberg’s easy updo. The look works best when the pony is a bit relaxed. “Loose hair with tons of movement is such a hot look,” says Tresemme stylist Nathaniel Hawkins.

How to Get It : Set hair with styling cream then curl with a medium barrel iron from ears to ends. Using a fine-tooth comb, sweep hair up, secure it directly above your crown, then wrap a few strands around the elastic. Mist on hair spray for hold.

photo credit: Lester Cohen/WireImage.com

Summary: Even when it’s a special occasion, you don’t want to look like you spent a few hours with your blow dryer and straightening iron. Guys are most turned on by low-maintenance styles that feel natural. Try one of these and we bet your hair isn’t the only thing he touches.

Celebrity Style: Check Out Jennifer Aniston’s New Haircut

17 Apr

The A-list actress stepped out at a photo call for her new movie, Just Go With It, sporting a swinging cut several inches shorter than the signature long layers she’s had for the last several years.

Despite the fact that Aniston’s new hairstyle is bound to garner attention from her fans, she admits the so-called ‘Rachel’ cut of the nineties is something she’d rather forget.

“How do I say this? I think it was the ugliest haircut I’ve ever seen,” she told US Allure magazine. “What I really want to know is, how did that thing have legs?”

The cut was originally created by Aniston’s current hairstylist Chris McMillian, who Aniston jokingly refers to as “the bane of (her) existence” for starting the trend.


What do you think of Jennifer Aniston’s new haircut?

Celebrity Hairstyle Makeover’s find your best Do

2 Feb

Emily Blunt

Emily Blunt kicked off February by changing her hair to a caramel color, a significantly lighter shade compared to her dark brunette hue.

Ashlee Simpson-Wentz

Ashlee Simpson-Wentz chopped off her long brunette locks last year in favor of a blond pixie. In late January, she lightened her look even more with a bleached hue.


Abbie Cornish

“It feels good! It feels natural!” Abbie Cornish told InStyle of lightening her locks from dark brown to a lighter shade in January.


Kate Beckinsale

Kate Beckinsale changed her brunette look into a bright shade of sunny blond in January.


Lauren Conrad

The reality star turned fashion designer kissed her sunny ombre strands goodbye in January in favor of a taupe-y brown.

Jennifer Love Hewitt

In January, Highlighted ginger strands took the place of the actress’s signature chestnut brown.

Khloe Kardashian

Khloe Kardashian flirted with a a vibrant auburn hue in the first weeks of January, but changed her hair back to her lush brunette strands after a few weeks.

Summary: Celebrity hairstyles,I never get tired of them. Whether they’re long, medium, or short hairstyles, curly, straight or wavy hair, up, down or in-between, I seriously love them all.

The best way to find a new hairstyle is by seeing what our favorite celebrities are wearing.

Most of the time that’s how most of us find our new looks. So if your still kind of weary about trying something new.

Find and online virtual makeover website and see how well you will look with your favorite celebrity hairstyle.

Don’t be afraid of change!

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