Celebrity Hair: Sexy Summer Updos!

As these sexy Latina celebs know, there’s no better time to master an updo than this summer. Why? Because it makes you look hot, but keeps you cool. Here are five trends to try. 

1. Summer Hair: Eva Longoria Parker

Eva Longoria Parker’s Low Side-Bun

The off-centered bun has been hot all summer, and Eva spices it up even more with a little braid that runs across the back of her head. Here’s how to create the look yourself: Put all of your hair into a low side ponytail, then pull out the one-inch section of hair that’s closest to your face. Pull out the same amount of hair on the other side. Twist the ponytail into a chignon, braid the two loose sections of hair, then pin them together right above the bun.

2. Summer Hair: Lea Michele

Lea Michele’s Pinned Curls

This style looks intricate, but it’s a cinch to do. Just tie your hair into a ponytail that sits at the back of your head, then wrap each one-inch section around two fingers and attach the roll to your head with a bobby pin (place each one at a slightly different angle). Don’t worry about the rolls staying tight; it looks better messy, with a few of the ends sticking out.  

3. Summer Hair: Eva Mendes

Eva Mendes’s High Bun

This is the ultimate stay-cool style! Brush all of your hair up on top of your head, smoothing the sides as much as you can, and gather it into a high ponytail. Then wrap the tail around and pin the ends underneath the roll.

4. Summer Updo: Joanna Garcia

Joanna Garcia’s Bumped-Up Updo

The secret to getting all that volume on the top of your head is teasing it at the roots. Gather your hair at the crown of your head and tease each two- to three-inch section. Now pull it back and gently brush the top layer of your hair so it’s smooth, then pin it into a low bun.

5. Summer Updo: Cameron Diaz

Cameron Diaz’s Middle Part Pony

Add some glam to your casual summer ponytail: First, part your hair in the middle from your forehead to the crown of your head. Now, gather the hair at your crown, and tease the roots. Once it has some lift, smooth the top then twist once (which keeps the hair pushed up) and pin. Pull the rest of your hair back, and tie all of it into a ponytail. 

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