Hair crush: get Emma Stone’s lovely looking locks with our how to

We have to admit, that when it does to style crushes - Emma Stone is never very far from the top of our list! Whilst out and about promoting her new film, Spiderman 2, the actress has wowed in some gorgeous outfits. Although we love her looks, its her hair that we can't take our eyes off!


by Matilda Stanley |
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One day its poker straight and shiny, the next day its glossed up Hollywood curls - both suiting her beautifully!

Her longer bob length auburn hair, is perfect for spring and we love how much she chops and changes when it comes to styling. Get the look with our simple, Stone inspired hair how to!

Straight talking -


When it comes to keeping hair super sleek, its all about the preparation. Use a smoothing shampoo and conditioner, and then just before blow drying rub a little frizz fighting serum through your damp locks. Use a barrel shaped brush to keep hair taught and hanging the right way whilst blow drying in a downwards motion. Run over your freshly dried locks with straighteners, avoiding getting too close to roots and it can cause hair to look a little flat. Rub a pea sized amount of finishing oil through hands and then lightly sweep over your finished look to flatten down any flyways whilst boosting shine.

Tigi Bed head Straighten out Serum £10.95

Bumble and Bumble Straight Shampoo £20

GHD Ceramic Barrel £14

L'Oreal Extraordinary Oil £8.49

hello curls -

Volume without any frizziness is key to this look. Wash with a bounce boosting shampoo and rake through a curling cream through your wet tresses before blow drying upside down - scrunching hair up as you go along. Once dry, use a fat curling tong to take section of hair and ringlet. Ensure each curl is facing the same way to keep it looking chic and then finish with a little shine boosting hairspray to hold.

Aussie Aussome Volume Shampoo £4.69

Frizzease Six Effects Curling Serum £6.29

Lee Stafford big Fat Tong £29.99

Tresemme Extra hold hairspray £5.25

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