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Best of Red Carpet Hair and Style July 2016

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It's the time of year when we start to see summer blockbuster films released and fittingly there have been several high profile film premieres over the past week or so offering up a ton of hair and style inspiration.

In London stars arrived for the UK premiere of The BFG, the much loved children’s book adapted for the big screen by legendary filmmaker Steven Spielberg.

34-year old actress Rebecca Hall showed of a classy outfit at the event in Leicester Square, wearing an unusual origami inspired dress which featured a drop waist and a sleeveless design.

Her short dark hair was worn in a messy, tousled style which added extra edge to the look and showed of her beautiful Dior earrings.

Meanwhile over the pond at the American version of the BFG premiere in Hollywood, Great Gatsby and The Night Manager star Elizabeth Debicki looked stunning in a elegant black gown.

In both her famous aforementioned roles Elizabeth has worn a similar short style, and it is a distinctive look that really works for her.

At the BFG premiere her short blonde cut was styled into a neat and tidy parting on one side with waves adding texture and intrigue. Her hair was paired with minimal make-up that showed off a naturally beautiful complexion.

Another premiere to take place in the US during the past few days was for upcoming film Bad Moms starring the gorgeous Mila Kunis.

While Mila is known for he long dark hair, for this event she changed things up and wore her hair pinned up to create a faux short bob.

The new short hair was styled into waves and added a cool and chic look that matched her cotton poplin jumpsuit designed by Ulla Johnson.
While we all look and admire the styles of celebrities like Mila, there is nothing more fun than trying to create your own red carpet worthy hair! For a helping hand visit the Neal & Wolf online store where you can find luxurious yet affordable styling and hair care products for all hair types.

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