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    Posted: December 25 2010 at 8:20pm

How to style your hair like kristen stewart

Kristen Stewart's hairstyle

If you want Kristen Stewart's hair (aka Bella Swan hair)

If you have wavy hair, this style can be achieved by getting your long hair layered (but make sure you ask your stylist for LONG layers, or you'll end up with something totally wrong! - bring this photo just to make sure you get the right look).

TO style this cut yourself, if you have wavy hair or some wave, towel dry your hair then use a SCRUNCH product in your hair that will help hold or create the curl. there are a ton of these on hte market. The purple Aussie scrunch spray is pretty good (not the best) but it's cheap. You can blowdry your hair on low while scrunching your hair with your hand to create waves. If you have a diffuser for your blowdryer (basically waht this does is take away the wind, but give you the heat to dry your hair) that works even better. Crunch your hair with your hand as you blow dry. Once it gets more dryhairspray it just a bit while you scrunch to hold the waves.                                       

Now if you don't have wavy hair this look can be achieved with a blowdryer and a curling iron. Add a product to had body or volume, then to make your hair thicker if it's not thick, flip your hair over while you blowdry it. And blow dry it from back to front then do the right /left sides with your head upside down. THis will make it look thicker and a bit poufy which you can calm down later.

When dry, run your fingers through your hair, to even out the strands, then use a big or medium curling iron to make spiral curls. Depending on your hairtype, either brush these out or run your fingers through your hair so they are not ringlets. This will also determine how curly you want it, use a brush if you want less curly hair.

TO get the effect of height and some distance from your hair to the top and sides of your hair, put your blowdryer on low then hairspray your hair on top and sides while blowing it just a little bit. Style wiht your fingers.

You can experiment with all of these hairstyles so they look best on you. But mostly, the secret to all the TWILIGHT looks is product. WHile they all look so natural, there's a lot of curling and blowdrying going on behind the scenes.

Oh an if you're hair looks a little frizzy after this and not healthy, you can curl the ends with a curling iron and/or add some finishing cream to JUST THE ENDS of your hair. (not all over b/c sometimes that stuff can make your hair go flat.)

Hope this helps. I think another key to this hairstyle is the cut. Make sure your stylist sees a photo and gives you LONG LAYERS that AREN'T CHOPPY. Make sure you say that to him/her when you get your haircut. TO be really safe say SUBTLE LONG LAYERS. And hope they understand what "SUBTLE" means. AND bring in the photo just to be safe.

PS if your hair isn't thick, dying it auburn will give it a little more thickness because actually the damage dying your hair does, creates a good thickness courseness to your hair, which works nicely for these looks. Her color is an auburn color, but know, when you first get your hair dyed it will be a lot darker, then the color will fade to a lighter auburn. This photo looks as if her hair was a lot darker (say in the movie) and has faded with washing to this nice shade.

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Good luck!

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