Hollywood Icon-Inspired Hairstyles
The Icon: Grace Kelly
Classic styles you can take from the red carpet to the ceremony aisle.
Her elegant updo is refined, but still has a quirky quality thanks to a sideswept, swirled bun.
-- Heather Levine
Create The Look: Grace Kelly
The Must-Have Tools: Sta-Rite hairpins ($2, SallyBeauty.com) will hold delicate swoops and loops. You'll also need a tail comb to create a precise part. Try the sleek Diane D40 tail comb ($6.50 for 12, Amazon.com).
Add Sparkle: Pop in a pair of crystal hairpins, $75 each, ReginaB.com.
The Icon: Audrey Hepburn
A sophisticated high bun, complete with a bit of embellishment, is always charming.
Create The Look: Audrey Hepburn
The Must-Have Tools: Elastic bands are the base for any bun. Clear ones like Snag-Free hair elastics ($3.50, Sephora.com) are invisible in photos! Plus, you can't create an updo sans bobby pins. Invisipins ($3, RickysNYC.com) will match your hair color.
Add Sparkle: Go all out with a crown, or choose a simple comb, $115, Tejani.com.
Create The Look: Bridget Bardot
The Must-Have Tools: Start with a great blowout. A tourmaline-infused blower like the T3 Featherweight hair dryer ($200, T3Micro.com) adds shine. Velcro rollers kick up the volume. Ricky's NYC Fusion Self-Grip rollers ($7, RickysNYC.com) cling to your strands, so you won't need clips.
Add Sparkle: Secure strands with a jeweled bobby pin, $68, JenniferBehr.com.