We love the contrast between Dianna Agron's soft makeup and tousled updo with messy fishtail. Use Fekkai COIFF Bouffant Lifting & Texturizing Spray Gel ($25, nordstrom.com) to create texture and pin the back into a chignon.
Disney's Bella Thorne styled her bangs perfectly to blend into the updo. She kept it loose and let some soft curls fall in front. Apply a shine serum such as Suave Professionals Keratin Infusion Smooth & Shine Serum ($5, drugstore.com) for a glossy finish.
Coca Rocha went retro with this fuller updo and deep red lip. To recreate this chignon, place hair in ponytail, slide fingers down to the tip of the strands and roll hair upward. Secure with bobbi pins.
Nina Dobrev's side bun is a romantic look for date night. A trick to getting the side knot to stay in place all night: curl your hair before you pin it in place. Protect your hair with TRESemm Thermal Creations Heat Tamer Spray ($4, target.com).
When we first saw Rachel Bilson's updo, we thought she cut her hair! But no, the actress went with the newly popular faux bob. To get the look, first curl your hair, tie it at the very end of the strands, roll it under the elastic and tuck toward the nape of the neck. Make sure to spread the hair evenly around the head.
The French twist is a tried and true updo. To stay clear of the overly formal wedding look, copy Zoe Saldana's softer version. Create body throughout using Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray ($39, barneys.com) and keep front strands out to soften the look.
Jennifer Morrison's topknot works so well because of its volume and the fact that it's not placed directly on top of the head. To get a voluminous knot, use a heat-protective texturizer such as Wella Professionals Velvet Amplifier ($15, amazon.com), curl and then tease before wrapping into a bun.