5 Amazing Wedding Updos From Every Angle
HOW TO GET IT: Part hair to the right, then start a braid near the nape of the neck, gradually making it larger and looser near the end. Create a thinner second braid just above the first, going in the direction of the left ear. "The idea is to keep the shape generous and flowing, so twist both braids together in a low bun," Theron's hairstylist Enzo Angileri said. "The style will look intriguing from every angle."
WHY WE LOVE IT: A deep side part and cheekbone skimming layers give Danes's hairstyle a sophisticated shape. Hairstylist Peter Butler teased the strands at the crown just enough to add lift and a tiny bit of retro sex appeal before pinning the length into a low, tidy bun.
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WHY WE LOVE IT: The loose braids on either side pull the hair off the face; a messy chignon and pulled-down flyaways feel pretty and windswept.
WHY WE LOVE IT: The multiple twists, created by hairstylist Mark Townsend, make the style more intricate; loose flyaways lend a relaxed vibe. "I must have used 100 bobby pins," Townsend laughed.