15 Emmys Hairstyles You Can Master at Home
We know you’re prob sufficiently starstruck after your big Emmys viewing party, and pining over all that glam that our favorite celebs rocked on the red carpet. Now it’s time to be your own superstar. We pulled together 15 tutorials to help you master photo-ready hair in a heartbeat. Pair with a great Emmys-inspired dress for show stopping fashion, find your wedding ‘do inspo below or just give yourself a reason to get dolled up this weekend ;)
4. Braided Bun: Love braids? Teyonah Parris’s braided bun is a great way to incorporate braids into your nighttime look. Pair it with something bright for a super fun Teyonah-inspired look. (We know we will be!) (via The Shine Project)
10. Tousled Beach Waves: Kristen Wiig‘s tousled beach waves were super casual, but she proved that when paired with a fancy dress and the red carpet, they can be perfect for any occasion. (via The Small Things)
12. Parted Updo: Not only was Taylor Schilling one of the best dressed, her hair was one of our faves. This parted updo is the perfect solution for all of you short-haired girls looking for a great updo style. (via The Beauty Department)
14. Floppy Low Bun: Lizzy Caplan’s floppy low bun is clean and classy. Pair with your favorite drop earrings for a standout look. (via Ma Nouvelle Mode)
Which of these ‘dos will you try next? Tell us in the comments below and Tweet us YOUR pick for Best Hair at tonight’s Emmys @BritandCo!
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