We Tried It: 3 Hairstyles from Kate Middleton’s Royal Tour

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We Tried It: Kate Middleton Royal Tour HairSamir Hussein/Wireimage. Inset:Tim Rooke/Rex USA;Courtesy Brittany Talarico

What it is: Being a total fangirl and bringing pictures of your hair idol Kate Middleton to the blowout bar so you can get her look (pegged to her current Royal Tour hairstyles of course)

Who Tried It: Brittany Talarico, Associate Style Editor

Why She Tried It: Because the only thing that excites me more than this gif of Prince George is Kate’s hair

How crazy is it on a scale from 1 to Ridiculous? If you’re getting one of her looks recreated at a blowout bar, it’s a zero. They’re super easy for any hairstylist to master. If you’re doing it on yourself, I’d say about a 3.5-7.5, all depending on your hair type, and how good you are with a curling iron and bobby pins.

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How to Get Prim’s Braid from Hunger Games: Catching Fire

I’m definitely gonna try this braid. Will post pic soon!

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Prim braid how-to Catching Fire

In the first Hunger Games film, we were all about Katniss’s braid. But that’s so 2012 (even Jennifer Lawrence thinks so — have you seenher new pixie?). This year, the District 12 braid we most want to wear is seen on her little sister Primrose Everdeen, and in our new special issue (on stands now) we give you the steps to recreate the updo. Don’t worry — it’s less complicated than it looks.

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9 Totally Amazing Dos That Are Still Not as Totally Amazing as Connie Britton’s Hair

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Connie Britton hairEvan Agostini/Invision/AP

We want to talk about a lot of things that happened at Wednesday’s CMA Awards. Specifically, there’s Taylor Swift‘s version of red carpet camouflage and everything Brad Paisleysaid and, please, we beg you, don’t even get us started on Carrie Underwood‘s wardrobe changes again.

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Hair Bow



I wanted to write something on the wall,

but my hand refused to cooperate..

so i let my hair do the talk,

wishing you would take me out for a walk…




Wanna know how to make the perfect hair bow?

1 Place the gathered hair in the center of the ribbon and tie a single knot to secure it.

2 Make two loops, cross one loop over the other, and pull the loop on top through the hole you’ve created.

3 Straighten out the ends and tighten so the two loops are on top and the two tails on bottom.

(instructions from ehow.com)