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The grass is always greener on the other side. When it comes to prom, curly haired girls really do live on the greener side of the tracks. Here, Dobrev traded in her straight locks for soft ringlets. Her deep side part and side swept hairstyle is a red carpet ‘do!
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The Pretty Little Liars star demonstrates how to work beach waves on the red carpet. It may not be summer but add Aquage Sea Salt Texturizing Salt Spray to get that rough texture ($18, drugstore.com).
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The young trendsetter paired a center part with long loose waves that covered her eyes, creating a sultry look. To recreate, use a 1 inch barrel curling iron to get tight ringlets and then comb out with your fingertips.
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For the non girly-girl, go for intentional messy curls like Breslin's that will perfectly compliment an edgy dress or dramatic makeup, like her bright blue cat eyeliner.
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Ryan Seacrest's better half went old school with these 50s retro curls that pairs nicely with any knee length gown. Make sure to use a wide barreled curling iron and load on the hairspray to keep the curls in place.
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The Shake It Up star went with loose waves and even went as far as curling her long side bangs. Lesson learned: work the hair you have, even if you're letting it grow out.
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Olsen wore brushed out curls and a soft side part that gives off a "girls next door" vibe. For this breezy look, use just a spritz of hairspray to keep the curls but allow movement.
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It's always harder to find a prom hairstyle when your hair falls above the shoulders. McPhee, the star of new hit series Smash, proves that a few curlers is all it takes.
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Formal doesn’t have to mean perfect. The singer combed out her curls and went with a thick, wild mane. To copy, make sure to tease and brush the ringlets out for full volume.
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Old Hollywood has been gracing the red carpets, as seen on Selena. Recreate with loose, thick curls halfway down the hair and a deep side part.