Rooney Mara's understated and sexy look has wowed on the red carpet this award season and the killer touch to every outfit has been her blunt and simple hairstyle. This is a great look for anyone who wants a low-maintenance, sleek 'do that never fails to impress. The key to this look is the blunt cut and heavy fringe. Choose a length that suits you and add a few long layers if you need to create body. Wear your hair pinned to the head, leaving out the heavy fringe to frame the top of your face. Try a bold, striking colour to complete the look – no subtle shades!
Olivia Wilde's blunt and sexy, messed-up do looks great and is easy to achieve. The jagged cut gives the style a textured look and feel. For the fringe keep it voluminous with a jagged cut, slightly feathered. Long layers around the face will help to create body. Her sombre haircut is really popular and gives texture and an edgy feel. Keep the look using a holding wax or gel.
Michelle's bold and sexy cut has transformed her into a style icon. A pixie crop is a great way to show off the angles of your face and is a much more versatile look than you may think. Michelle Williams' short do is tapered into the head through the back, with sides blending into the top, with a jagged cut. You can wear the style flat or messy, depending on the occasion or your mood.
Kate's dazzling mane is the cause of much envy. Keeping long hair well conditioned can be difficult but Kate Middleton manages to keep hers looking healthy and full of volume. To give your long hair a boost of shine and body, try a conditioning mask once a week. It is a great way to restore condition and beauty to your hair and will protect it from future damage. Middleton finishes her hair off with bouncy curls that never seem to lose their body. To achieve the same results use a voluminising blow-drying spray before you curl the hair.
The Saturday's singer Mollie King never fails to impress with her adorable and sexy, shoulder-length curls. To achieve the bouncy curls get a shoulder length, layered cut to just below your shoulders. Add a voluminising mouse before you curl and then tong the hair all in the same direction. Use smaller sections of hair around the face and the top layer of the hair. After spraying with hairspray and leaving to cool, tease the curls out with your fingers and style with a holding gel, to create your look. If you want laid-back waves, simply brush the curls until they are softer and less defined.