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How to Get Angelina Jolie's Hair

How-To: Angelina's Angelic Curls

When Angelina Jolie swaps her straight hair for soft curls, it's a mane event indeed.

Last week, she, Maddox and Mr. Pitt went to a screening of Invictus where Ange showed off these pretty, loose spiral curls.

The look is perfect for Christmas parties and nights out, so here's a quick how-to on getting the look.

On wet hair, spray a high-hold styling spray like TRESemme 24 Hour Body Sculpting Spray Gel ($7.95).

Blow dry your hair, scrunching with your fingers as you go to create volume.

Keep reading . . .Once your hair is dry, separate it into six to eight large sections, using a clip to hold each section. Then, use a large curling iron (at least a two-inch barrel) to curl your hair, holding the iron parallel to your head as you curl to create spirals.

After creating each curl, pin it to the top of your head with a clip. This will help the curls set as they cool.

Let the curls down and loosen them a little by using your fingers to gently comb through your hair. Set with hair spray.

Stockists: TRESemme (1800 623 540)

 

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meeshee meeshee 7 years
you can get curls to look like this if you use a STRAIGHTENING iron... the small thin ones, like the chi or sedu. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fpl9KYzmJ6s for my hair at least (i have thick hair that is easily manageable) i curl my hair and then i actually comb through all the curls, and the curls actually remain intact but have a softer look. might not work for everyone though :/
flowergirl flowergirl 7 years
@flickster -- I like to curl my hair with curling iron parallel to my head and when I'm done curling & have let the curls cool, I flip my hair upside down and tousle the hair a little JUST at the roots. I've found that this helps shake out the curls gently so they look softer and more voluminous--rather than tube-like. That being said, can't help you with the frizz issue as my hair is not prone to frizzing.
franceslopez franceslopez 7 years
I'm not really loving it, maybe it's the forehead.
elizabethsosewn elizabethsosewn 7 years
I must be doing it wrong because every time i've curled my hair and held it parallel to my head i don't get, barrels. I get tubes. all of a sudden i have zero definition in the hair piece and it's just this long section of circular hair. Also, can SOMEONE address how to actually get rid of frizz for curling? i dunno if spray gel before blow drying works for everyone else, but it for sure does not work for me.
emalove emalove 7 years
I love her hair like this. Softens her a little bit.
sheacashmere sheacashmere 7 years
Oh my Gosh! Beautiful as ever! I don't think I have seen one picture of Angelina that I do not like. At times she looks too thin, but still stunning! Keep it up Angie!
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