While there's no denying a red carpet celebrity hairstyle can inspire a great look for a big event, a simple 'do from a celebrity can also be just what you need to inject some star style into your hair for everyday wear.
Selena Gomez - Pinned Back
For a look that's low on fuss but high on the cinch factor, follow the hairstyle lead of Selena Gomez and take a front section of your hair and pin it back using hair pins. This easy style not only gets the hair off your face, it's also great for hiding bangs (or styling your hair while you grow out your bangs) and allowing you to show off your face while taking what would normally be a boring down and out hairdo and giving it some style.
While pulling your hair into a ponytail is usually the easiest way to tie your hair back without a lot of effort, go the celebrity route like Brittany Snow and try plaiting your hair into a loose, chic side-style instead and reap the rewards of a great carefree hairstyle with a soft romantic vibe.
This is one for those with naturally curly hair or wavy locks. Fergie looks great showing off her natural texture and so can you by scrunching your curls or waves with some hair mousse to create a style that requires you to make the most of what nature gave you and not fight your natural hair type.
Jamie Chung - Easy Top Knot Updo
If you have medium to long hair then it doesn't get any easier than grabbing your great length and piling it on top of your head in an easy top knotupdo. Jamie Chung shows how it's done with her great look. To re-create, just make sure your hair is smooth at your roots and then brush your locks on top of your head and secure it in place with hair pins. The key to this look is carefree, so even if the texture of your hair or your bun is a little messy, the hairstyle still looks great.
The final everyday celebrity hairstyle idea we have is a red carpet staple. The faux bob is the ultimate way to give your look a boost and try a popular hairstyle without having to cut your tresses! Just simply tuck your length up into itself at the nape of your neck and allow any bangs and front sections of your hair to fall forward to create a shoulder skimming faux style, à la Vanessa Hudgens.