Exaggerate the part of your hair to one side and add some thick curls to create this classic holiday hairstyle worn by the Duchess of Sussex. "You cannot go wrong by adding some volume for a more dramatic look," says hairstylist and blogger .
Whether your hair is short like Nicole Kidman's or long, try out a low, messy wrapped ponytail at your next Christmas party. First put loose curls in your hair, part wherever you want, and the pull it into a low ponytail. "A fine velvet ribbon is the perfect touch," Gillin adds.
What you'll need: Hair Ribbon ($10, )
This elegant style, rocked by Hailee Steinfeld, is as simple as clipping a barrette in place. "A barrette holding back a few strands of hair adds a pop of holiday cheer without being too over the top," says Gillin.
What you'll need: Barrette ($11 for 2, )
You can get this old Hollywood look in just 10 minutes by giving yourself some curls, setting a front wave with S-shaped pins, and then finishing it off with hairspray.
What you'll need: Curling Rod ($98, )
Part your hair in the center and move sections through a straightener for Gigi Hadid's simple and chic look. "Sleek straight hair is a g- to if you’re looking for an edgy look without taking attention away from a fun outfit or makeup," says Gillin.
What you'll need: Hair Straightener ($18, )
"The humidity in the air is gone making bangs much more tolerable," says Gillin. "They add warmth and cozy vibes to any winter look. Wear them sleek with your hair in a top knot or loose and free with beach waves." Jessica Biel even paired her with chic bangs.
"Glam curls as I call them are a tad more done than your typical beach wave, but still soft and inviting," says Gillin. "Leave them down by day and pull them half way up by night. A great work to play style!" Here, reality star Amanda Stanton wears long waves with a center part.
Nothing says simple and confident like natural hair – the simplest hair style of all. Seriously, you can literally wash and go. Rock an easy afro, like Viola Davis, or do a simple twist for added volume no matter what your hair type.
According to , the style director for Eufora International, Kate Winslet's textured ponytail is a great party hairstyle. To get the look, start by using a wand to add texture to the hair, curling away from the face. Then pull your hair back, then tie off using a neutral-colored hair tie. From there, add dry texture spray to the ends of the hair. Then take a wide tooth comb and push hair at the top of the head up towards the roots from the end, adding volume and height at the crown.
Ashley Graham's effortless waves are easily attainable and perfect for any occasion, especially a Christmas party. Next time you go to curl your hair, opt for a larger curling iron so curls are fall loose around your face, and instead of twirling each section in the same direction, alternate with different sections of hair to get this natural look.
Rachel McAdams' modern take on the French twist is "not your grandmother's French twist" according to Mirza. To recreate the look start by pinning the hair into three sections — the top, middle, and bottom. Also add some dry shampoo to absorb some of the hair's oils and to keep your hair smelling fresh and clean. Then, take the middle section, twisting it up and securing it with bobby pins to hold hair in place. From there, grab the bottom section, repeat twisting the hair up and pin it into the middle section. Finally, grab the top section and pull it over the middle and bottom sections, give it another twist and secure it with pins.
If you have natural curls like Halle Berry, this is a no-heat hairstyle, but if you need help getting a wavier texture, curl your hair before pulling it back into a high ponytail. Once it's slicked back, spray and tease the hair to up the volume. Finally, pin sections of the hair piece by piece around the top of your head until you have your desired shape for a salon quality updo with little to no hassle.
To get Charlize Theron's look, secure a low ponytail and twist the end around the base, securing it above the nape of your neck. Use smaller bobby pins and a hairnet in a matching color to hold it in place.
What you'll need: Bobby Pins ($6, )
For Carrie Underwood's glam look, start with clean, blown-dry hair, then use your fingers to part your hair on the opposite side of your usual part. This creates instant volume along your hairline and crown — strands that are always parted the same way tend to lie flat over time. Grab the front section (the hair around your forehead and 1" in toward your crown) and place a 1" barrel brush behind it at the roots. Wrap the section clockwise around the brush. With your blow dryer set to medium and pointed at the brush, pull your hair through the brush, swooping it down over your forehead and up around your ear. Repeat until your hair is smooth. Add a touch of sparkle by clipping a jeweled barrette onto the side-swept section, holding it in place just above the top of your ear.
To get the look of Kate Middleton's sleek twist, gently brush back your hair and gather it at the nape of your neck. Using your fingers, split hair into two sections. Gather each section into two low pigtails, securing each with a clear hair elastic. Twist each pigtail so it begins to move in toward the other. Continue twisting until the pigtails are tightly wound and begin to bunch up on top of one another. Tuck in the ends under the twists and secure them with bobby pins.
Another Kate Middleton look we love? This braided twist. On day-old hair that has been blown dry, make a natural side part by raking your fingers through hair. Create a French braid with three 1" sections of hair along your hairline. To do, take the left section and cross it over the one in the center. Then, take the right section and cross it over the ones in the center.
As you continue to work back in the opposite direction of your part, gather up two more small sections of hair (one along the hairline at your temple, another at your ear) to create a thicker French braid. Secure the braid with a small, clear elastic band, leaving about 3" of loose, unbraided hair at the end. Take the end of your braid and the rest of your hair and sweep it into a ponytail. Twist it clockwise into a bun just above the nape of your neck and secure with bobby pins.
Downton Abbey's Joanne Froggatt rocked this sweet braid at the 2015 Golden Globe Awards. To recreate the same look, part hair down the middle and braid each side, then secure the braids across your head like a headband.
A deep side part and loose curls gathered into a low ponytail create the illusion that Scandal star Kerry Washington is rocking a wavy bob.
An effortless-looking low bun like Selena Gomez's draws all eyes to your face, while graphic earrings help frame your features perfectly.
The Danish Girl actress Alicia Vikander wears a half-up hairdo with big waves. Try this look by clipping your strands back with a sparkly statement clasp for extra holiday pizazz.