Like many of you, we can’t believe the Twilight saga is coming to an end. We’re going to miss our favorite brooding vampire, ridiculously ripped werewolves and sparkly vampires so much. But, what we can definitely say we wont miss are the bad hair do’s. Let’s take a walk down memory lane together!
1. Male Ponytail: James Twilight
Who can resist James and his signature one-liner: ”You brought a snack”? No one! Who can resist his greasy looking male ponytail? Everyone!
2. Dreadful Dreadlocks: Laurent Twilight, New Moon
We loved Laurent and his frilly old-world style so much we were sad to see him go in New Moon. The untamed dreadlocks however…not so much.
3. Mullet: Aro New Moon
We thought Aro was the oldest vampire alive. So why is his haircut stuck in the early 90′s?
4. Wigging Out: Jacob Black Twilight, New Moon
Even if you’re Team Jacob, you have to admit, Edward Cullen’s fluffy coiff was MUUUUCH better than Jacob’s over-the-top wig. Did anyone else cheer in New Moon when he finally became a werewolf, thereby inheriting the power to cut his hair?
Are you going to see Breaking Dawn Part 2 this weekend? Let us know what you’re favorite or least favorite style moments are.
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Jennifer Lawrence is definitely my new hair icon! The braids, the bangs, the updos! The girl goes from tomboy to Hollywood glam effortlessly! And how gorgeous was her gold braided updo at the Hunger Games premier? It sent me digging through my jewelry box for gold chains.
How to get Jennifer Lawrence’s updo: Getting her look is actually quite simple. It’s really the gold embellishments that make it look so much more intricate than it really is. Jennifer is using two gold beaded headbands woven into her braids. You can actually just use two gold rope chains.
Start by gathering your hair into a low ponytail and secure it with a hair tie. Gather the chain with your hair and braid your hair neatly. Tie the ends with a rubber band. Go back and widen the braid by tugging each side slightly. From there, you’re just doing a simple wrap-around. Wrap your braid around your ponytail (Princess Leia Style) and secure it with bobby pins. Now take your other chain and wrap that around the outer perimeter.
Voila! Simple, right? I know… Please feel free to tell me what a genius I am for dissecting this one.
What will you do with all the extra time I saved you?