Reese Witherspoon’s textured, collarbone-length bob with a soft, side swept fringe is sassy and sexy at the same time,” says White Sands Hair Care creator Fernando Salas of her look at the Water for Elephants UK premiere. Reese’s hair was perfectly paired with a fabulous blue corseted Stella McCartney dress and nude Louboutin heels
This is a great look for everything from party to picnic, and you can copy this look at home rather easily with these simple tips from Salas!
How to Style Our Favorite Reese Witherspoon Haircut:
1. Wash you hair with a sulfate-free shampoo and conditioner with color protection to ensure a frizz-free start, while also protecting your hue. “I like using White Sands Orchid Bliss Shampoo and Conditioner since this not only heals split ends, but really makes your color shine,” says Salas.
2. Show your inner chemist and make a do-it-yourself product cocktail using a leave-in shine serum and then misting a heat protectant spray over your entire mane. This will continue creating a glossy base throughout the day or night, and who doesn’t want healthy, shiny hair?
3. Section hair into back, sides and nape and begin drying with a round brush at the nape, working your way up. Pay special attention to the bang area as you get closer. It is easier to style an angled bang when wet as you have more control over the styling process. If needed, run a 1″ flat iron through to straighten any sections. (We love the CHI Red 1″ Ceramic Flat Iron!)
4. To get the same texture and movement her cut has, spray with White Sands Gluten Free UnderCover Styling Spray for a touch-ably tousled finish. Once worked through with your hands, this spray will also capture frizzy flyaways and create this piecey look without weighing down the hair.
HOT TIP: The sleek sex appeal of Reese’s hair is paired perfectly with her saucy trick of letting a strap fall off the shoulder in her corseted Stella McCartney dress. Don’t be afraid to try this yourself!
Love a longer look on Reese? Try your hand at recreating her gorgeous carefree waves.