AnnaLynne McCord’s Curly Bun: Get The Look

Mon, July 30, 2012 10:51am EDT by Add first Comment
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The starlet let her natural hair texture shine at the CBS, Showtime and The CW 2012 TCA summer tour party in Beverly Hills July 29. Here’s how to snag her style!

AnnaLynne McCord, 25, looked like a classical Greek goddess in a shimmering Stop Staring dress, with her bouncy curls all done-up in a top knot. Working with, not against, your natural texture in the summer is the best way to keep your hair manageable and give it a much-needed break from heat styling.

To keep your curls as frizz-free and as delicate as AnnaLynne’s, try taming them with a super lightweight gel like DevaCurl AnGEL Light Defining Gel. Wash your hair as you normally do. If you have major trouble with frizz and static, try drying it with a cotton t-shirt instead of a terrycloth towel, which helps cut down flyaways. Scrunch a dollop of gel into your damp hair to enhance your curls and allow the product to absorb. This formula won’t dry sticky or crunchy, so your curls — rather than your gel — will be the star!

Gather your hair into a high, effortless bun. Pull out a few tendrils to frame your face, wrapping each strand around your fingers to set the corkscrew curl look.

HollywoodLifers, would YOU try AnnaLynne’s look?

– Kristine Kowalski

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