Top 10 Half-Up Hairstyles

Top 10 Half-Up Hairstyles
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  • Top 10 Half-Up Hairstyles

    A little up and a little down. It's the perfect in-between for when we want to dress up our hair without going too formal. Recreate these simple styles we loved from the red carpet. 

    Amy Adams

    To keep hair off your face, copy Amy's style by pinning back 1-inch sections behind the ears on both sides. 

  • Top 10 Half-Up Hairstyles

    Emmy Rossum

    Classic half-up with height on top. Before pinning in place, backcomb the top few inches of hair. When pulling the hair together in the back, push up and then pin. 

  • Top 10 Half-Up Hairstyles

    Miranda Kerr

    The easiest way to dress up hair—go side-swept. Twist a bottom piece below the ear, pull to the nape of the neck, and pin in place.

  • Top 10 Half-Up Hairstyles

    Julianne Hough

    Works for a bob too. Copy Julianne's by exaggerating the side part and contrasting the textured waves with sleekness.

  • Top 10 Half-Up Hairstyles

    Alexa Chung

    For a formal occasion, skip the updo. Instead curl the hair in ringlets and pin back front sections.  

  • Top 10 Half-Up Hairstyles

    Katy Perry

    Take a page from Katy's book. Enjoy voluminous hair without it all up in your face by pulling front pieces back with a bedazzled headband. 

  • Top 10 Half-Up Hairstyles

    Kiernan Shipka

    Go messy-chic with texture on top. Use a texturizing spray or dry shampoo before pulling up. Roughen up even more by brushing your fingertips through the front pieces. 

  • Top 10 Half-Up Hairstyles

    Lucy Liu  

    Try the opposite with sleek hair on top and voluminous texture throughout the rest of the hair. In this case, it's best to pin the hair up and finish with a texturizing spray on the loose pieces. 

  • Top 10 Half-Up Hairstyles

    Rachel Bilson

    Copy Rachel's boho look with loose waves, center part and front pieces loosely pinned in the back of the head. 

  • Top 10 Half-Up Hairstyles

    Taylor Swift

    Texture up those bangs with a pomade and pull back strands haphazardly. The messier, the better. 

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A little up and a little down. It's the perfect in-between for when we want to dress up our hair without going too formal. Recreate these simple styles we loved from the red carpet. 

Amy Adams

To keep hair off your face, copy Amy's style by pinning back 1-inch sections behind the ears on both sides. 

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