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Celebrity Inspired Spring 2013 Hair Updos: Tutorials

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Spring is here and with the change in weather it may be time to try different hairstyles for the upcoming change in climate. With the layers of clothing slowly coming off as we approach summer how will you make your look seem more interesting? Most celebrities are turning to updos for the new season. Whether you pair your look with a floral dress, hair accessories, rocking heels, or combine them all together for a unique look, you will be ready for any event.

For events such as weddings or even dinner with girls, try the topknot updo. It is elegant but can be casual if you decide to tease your hair in the process. Throw in a classic ribbon headband, which were seen on the models in various colors at the Louis Vuitton show and you will be ready with a runway look.

For more elegant events such as ceremonies, garden parties, or picnics, try the twisted ponytail. A deep side part will give your roll more width and if you are looking to hide the elastic band bring your twist to wrap around it rather than combining it with the rest of your ponytail. If you want to be really bold give it some volume and go for the updo Selena Gomez wore for the MTV Movie Awards.

For date night try the loose low bun, whether you center it or style it off to the side, you can add a headband to go for a sweet look or even try a chignon for a sexier look.

Recently the hair style that seems to be heating up the red carpet lately is the crown braid. For those who are going for the bohemian look this is a perfect hairstyle to not only accentuate your look but come rain or shine this hairstyle will keep your hair in place for the long day ahead.

For more spring updos check out this slide show of your favorite celebrities with their updos on the red carpet.

Which updo will you try? Leave us a comment below.

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