Hair How To: Vanity Fair Hollywood Issue
If you can tear your eyes away from a nearly topless Olivia Wilde (there's barely any fabric covering up her breasts!), you'll notice that the up-and-comers on the cover of Vanity Fair's 17th annual Hollywood issue have some seriously stunning hair.
"I was inspired by polished, classic movie star styles of the 1930s," hairstylist Oribe tells UsMagazine.com of the looks he created for the 15 cover celebs. For the women, it was all about waves, curls and old Hollywood glamour, while the men wore their hair in side parts for a groomed, Clark Gable effect," he says.
To get the style seen on Anne Hathaway, Jennifer Lawrence, Olivia Wilde and Mila Kunis, curl sections of hair with a 1 to 1.5-inch barrel curling iron, spraying each piece with hair spray along the way (Oribe used his own Soft Lacquer Heat Styling Spray). After making each curl, roll it up and pin it to your head to lock in the shape. Let your hair set, then release the curls and gently brush them out.