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These platinum locks are slicked back while the top has been backcombed and smoothed high for a voluminous finish. This fancy upstyle is best suited to complement a square or triangular face. This look can be re-created at home with the right tools and needs product for shine and hold.
Kristen Stewart goes for an elegant up-do here that is ideal for a formal night out. Kristen has a triangular face shape with a wide, high forehead and pointed chin that looks great with most hairdos, especially up-dos like this one. Her medium-thick tresses have been teased to create maximum volume at the crown of the head while the rest of her locks have been styled to the back. Overall, this hairstyle works well for her face shape and high forehead, and makes the most of her naturally wavy hair texture.
Kristen is a natural brunette and, thanks to her warm skin tone and green eyes, should stay in the warm spectrum of hair color. Here she goes for a platinum blonde tone that flatters her complexion and highlights her green eyes nicely. The golden base brings out her eye color and ensures that she doesn't look "washed out", as may brunettes do when they go from dark to ultra light hair.
Kristen Stewart is an American actress. Stewart began her acting career in 1999 with uncredited roles and a minor character appearance in several films before gaining prominence in 2002 for playing Jodie Foster's daughter in the thriller Panic Room, which garnered her a Young Artist Award nomination for Best Leading Actress in a Feature Film. She then went on to star in the hugely successful Twilight series.
- Face Shape
- Hair Density
- Hair Texture
- Under 21, 21 - 30, 31 - 40, 41 - 50, and 51 - 60
- Forehead Height
- 20 minutes
- Use a three-barrelled curling iron to achieve these waves on straight hair.
- Mousse, Gel, and Hair Spray
- Blow Dryer
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Apply styling mousse to damp hair, using your palm as a measuring guide, and evenly distribute it along the hair shaft. Styling mousse will add hold and can help achieve better results.
2. Flip Head and Use a Diffuser and Fingers
Tip your head upside down and move the diffuser up to the ends, motioning the diffuser to the scalp in circular movements. Make sure the blow-dryer speed is on low and try not to completely dry the hair off. Leaving a little bit of moisture will allow the hair to dry naturally.
Starting just above the crown take a section of your hair that is the same diameter as the brush. Place your brush underneath and at the roots of your section and then with your blow-dryer in front, drag the brush up and then turn it under when you reach the ends.
Pick up a small selection of hair from your mid section no bigger than your tail comb. Place your comb at the roots and then comb up and down until the hair is standing up by itself. Continue to the crown and finish at the sides. Repeat this step if you require more volume.
5. Style Bangs Straight Up Using Gel
Apply a small amount of gel to your fingers, then starting at your roots, apply the gel as you drag your hair in an upwards motion.
To finish, apply a minimal amount of hairspray from an arms length distance to the top, sides and back. Take care not to use too much or you will end up with a white, flaky residue which looks like dandruff.