Celebrities’ hair looks amazing all the time we see them on social media or on the red carpet. And we believe that they spend a lot of time on their hair with their own hair stylist. However, it is not that difficult at all to recreate your favorite looks of a celebrity. Today, we will show you how to recreate our top 3 hairstyles from this year’s Met Gala, all with only 3 steps.
1. Kim Kardashian: sleek high ponytail
Kim is well known for her sleek high ponytail. It looks like she put a lot of effort on it but it is actually super easy to pull off. Here is how:
Step 1: Straighten your hair and your Vietnamese real hair extensions. The key to this look is that really sleek, straight hair, so start by straightening your own hair, and your Vietnamese virgin hair extensions.
Step 2: Part your hair and clip your hair extensions in. You can start by creating a section at the crown of your head and flip this section upside down toward the front of your face. Then take your hair extensions and clip them upside down on the flipped section. Take another weft and clip it normally on the other section. These wefts will create that added length and volume in your ponytail for a dramatic effect like Kim’s hairstyle. If you want even more length and thickness, you can clip another weft and stack it on top of each of these wefts.
Step 3: Pull all your hair into a high ponytail at the crown of your head and secure with an elastic and you are done.
2. Amanda Seyfried: tight curls with tiara
This is a super princess-like hairstyle. It is elegant and beautiful. Let’s learn how to do it.
Step 1: Part your hair in the middle and curl your hair. The key to Amanda’s curls is that they are all facing the same way, giving the hair that royal, regal look. When curling your hair, be sure to curl all the strands the same way to achieve this look. For the pieces around your face, wrap the hair around the wand at your temples and curl the hair facing away from your face.
Step 2: When you finish curling your hair, leave them for a few minute to cool down. You can also curl some Vietnamese hair extensions and clip them on your hair in this step to add the voluminous look to your hair.
Step 3: Wear your tiara. Once you are finished with the curls, then it’s time to put on your crown, and you’re good to go!
3. Gigi Hadid: pinned back waves
Clearly, the pinned back center part is making a comeback in a big way and it is surprisingly easy to do.
Step 1: Section your hair into 2 parts from the middle. Clip in hair extensions to both side of your head to add more volume to it. This extra hair will also help the pins hold and prevent them from slipping and sliding.
Step 2: create loose waves with a large barrel curling wand. The trick to creating effortless waves is to start wrap your hair around the curling wand at different heights, as well as to wrap some hair strands facing toward your face, and some strands facing away from your face.
Step 3: Now use some bobby pin and pin two side of your hair by pulling your hair tightly behind your ear and secure it. And that’s it