Celebrities

Hair trends come and go, but the classic blowout is a beauty staple. Celebrities from A-list actresses, to runway models, to real-life royalty know that voluminous, luxuriously shiny locks never go out of style. Here to prove our theory is our list of our top ten favorite celebrity blowouts.1. Kate Middleton [Image: Mark Cuthbert/Getty Images] [pagebreak]2. Miranda Kerr

As the year draws to a close, it's time to start thinking about new hairstyles for the new year, but not without first taking a look back at some of the best looks of 2014. Celebrities paved the way for the biggest hair trends of the year, from bobs and lobs, to the new classic balayage; from intricate up-dos to rainbow-bright hues, and everything in between. It was a year of boldness, transformation and stand-out beauty, but these celeb looks truly topped our list of best hairstyles of the year!1. Beyonce's Wavy Bob

Celebrity hairstylist Christine Symonds recently worked with Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting for The People Magazine Awards on Thursday, December 18th in Beverly Hills, CA. “Kaley's look tonight was sexy and edgy," said Symonds. "Her dress was heavily embellished, so we kept the hair up and off her face with tons of texture."  See the how-to below to recreate the look in the salon!Get the Look:

Celebrity hairstylist Giannandrea recently worked with Karlie Kloss for The PEOPLE Magazine Awards on Thursday, December 18th in Beverly Hills, CA. “I decided to create a modern, effortless up-do for Karlie at The People Magazine Awards tonight," said Giannandrea. Below, he shares his tips on how to recreate the look in the salon.Get the Look:

Celebrity hairstylist Cervando Maldonado recently worked with Kirsten Dunst for the premiere of Unbroken on Monday, December 15th in Los Angeles, CA. Said Maldonado, "I wanted to create a soft, sleek chignon for Kirsten tonight." The result was a chic, low, twisted chignon that perfectly complemented Kirsten's romantic makeup.

Celebrity hairstylist Owen Gould recently worked with Chrissy Teigen for the Vince, ELLE + Step Up event on Wednesday, December 10th in New York, NY. Gould created a simple, elegant ponytail with soft volume at the crown to highlight Chrissy's cheekbones.Get the Look:1. Says Gould, "Chrissy's hair has natural texture so I enhanced that by spraying Sachajuan Ocean Mist on her damp hair and rough dried it using my hands. 

Celebrity hairstylist Jennifer Yepez recently worked with Karolina Kurkova for the Valentino Sala Bianca 945 Event on Wednesday, December 10th in New York, NY. Said Yepez, “Karolina's Valentino dress was beautiful and romantic so we wanted the hair to be modern and strong. We felt a center part with sleek shine would work best. We also wanted something special in the back so I created a beautiful braided bun."Get the Look:

Celebrity hairstylist Bryce Scarlett recently worked with Karolina Kurkova for IWC Schaffhausen’s Art Basel event on Wednesday, December 3rd in Miami, FL. According to Scarlett, “Karolina’s Delpozo look was strong yet feminine so we wanted to go with feminine, easy-looking hair. We decided on a very low loose pony."Get the Look:1. Says Scarlett, "I blew her hair out with Leonor Greyl Mousse Au Lotus Volumatrice, set it in soft waves, and then brushed them out.

Celebrity hairstylist Owen Gould recently worked with Kate Hudson for Chrome Hearts Celebrates The Miami Project During Art Basel on Wednesday, December 3rd in Miami, FL. Describing the inspiration behind the look, Gould said, "Kate and I decided a tousled topknot would work best with her outfit for the Chrome Hearts event. It’s also one of my favorite looks on her!"Get the Look:

Celebrity hairstylist Bryce Scarlett recently worked with Miranda Kerr for the Playing With Shapes Louis Vuitton Dinner on Tuesday, December 2nd in Miami, FL. “I was inspired to create her signature glossy bombshell waves, but a bit toned down and with more texture to complement the modern Louis Vuitton look she was wearing," commented Scarlett. See the how-to below to create this laid-back chic look.Get the Look:

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