By Jackie Fields
February 13, 2012 12:00 PM


Texture is key to glamming up your cut. Here’s how stylists keep their stars sexy

1 Jessica’s Piecey Bob

Bangs and soft layers give Szohr’s bob movement.

Straighten Your Mane

Szohr’s stylist Dena Carini applies a smoothing fluid on damp hair to tame her curls.

Pick up the Pieces

After spritzing hair with a waxy spray, use fingers to separate your ends.


Lazer Straight Relaxing Fluid, $26.25, and Tricky Lite Finishing Spray, $31;

Use this waxy spray to give hair definition

Wella Professionals

Ocean Spritz Beach Texture Hairspray, $16; for salons

FHI Heat

Platform 1″ Styling Iron, $145;

This lightweight gel adds body

2 January’s Sexy Style

Jones’s mod bob gets a shot of glam with a teased crown and a dramatic part.

Start with the Side Part

“A deep side part makes fine hair look fuller,” says her stylist Renato Campora.

Pump Up the Volume

Apply volumizing gel to wet hair. Then, after flatironing, back-comb the crown.

Frédéric Fekkai

Coiff Bouffant Lifting & Texturizing Spray Gel, $25;


No-Frizz Rat Tail Comb, $5.99;

3 Ali’s Wavy Crop

Larter’s chic, graduated cut works for straight or wavy styles.

Add Texture

Larter’s stylist Andy Lecompte rough-dries her hair with a beach spray.

Smooth the Waves

Part hair into sections, then bend hair with an iron to give it a “loose crimp,” says Lecompte.

An iron can add the perfect amount of curl