Lifestyle Style 12 Star Hairstyles to Try in 2012 Wearing your mane the same way every day is so 2011. This year, make it your beauty resolution to turn heads with new dos inspired by Sofia, Taylor, Demi and more celebs! By Zoe Ruderman Published on January 9, 2012 11:00 AM Share Tweet Pin Email Trending Videos 01 of 12 SOFIA VERGARA Michael Tran/Wireimage Ultra sleek and straight locks, as seen on the Modern Family stunner at a New Year’s Eve party in Vegas, never go out of style and can be achieved with nothing more than a flat iron and a good smoothing product or shine-enhancing hair sheet. 02 of 12 TAYLOR SWIFT Rick Diamond/Getty The retro-inspired updo featuring pin curls adds old Hollywood glamour to her red carpet look for the CMT Artists of the Year. 03 of 12 DEMI LOVATO John Sciulli/Wireimage Hair chameleon Demi lets her waist-skimming mane take center stage, rocking a mix of tousled waves and soft curls in L.A. to celebrate her Seventeen magazine cover. 04 of 12 ROONEY MARA Villard/Sipa The severity and edginess of blunt bangs can be softened up by slicking them into a feminine but still unique side part, as the actress demonstrates on the red carpet at the Paris premiere of The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo. 05 of 12 GWEN STEFANI Jon Kopaloff/Filmmagic You’ll be sure to stand out this year if you try an off-center, fascinator-esque topknot, like the one wore to the Hollywood premiere of In the Land of Blood and Honey. 06 of 12 VANESSA MINNILLO Bill Davila/Startraks Demonstrating the perfect mix of a bump and a half-updo, looks fresh and fun for an appearance on Good Morning America. 07 of 12 REESE WITHERSPOON Jordan Strauss/Wireimage Also donning a topknot – though a much more traditional one – gives her characteristic pin-straight, perfectly blown-out hairstyle the night off at the LACMA Inaugural Art and Film Gala in Los Angeles. 08 of 12 MILEY CYRUS JB Lacroix/Wireimage A hair dryer and a shine-boosting product are all you need to rock super-sleek ponytail – perfect for showing off sparkly danglers – which she wears in L.A. for the American Giving Awards. 09 of 12 EMMA WATSON ChinaFotoPress/Getty At a Lancôme event in Hong Kong, the radiates edgy sophistication with her slick, deep side part, proving that girls with short manes can get glam hair too. 10 of 12 BROOKLYN DECKER Vince Flores/AFF-USA You won’t have to detag a single Facebook photo if you try out the milkmaid braid trend. Follow the model-actress’s lead and pull out a few face-framing tendrils to avoid a look that’s too severe. 11 of 12 ELIZABETH OLSEN Stephen Lovekin/Getty For a hairstyle that only looks like it took hours to create, emulate the actress’s side-parted updo with loose curls – it’s sultry and pairs well with a casual dress or formal frock. 12 of 12 ZOË SALDANA RD/Orchon/Retna No patience for curling irons? Follow Zoë’s lead and wear your mane in a classic French twist with lots of height at the crown and face-framing pieces.