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Julianne Hough's Epic Flip Tail Braid
This Is How You Do Julianne Hough's Epic Flip Tail Braid
This Is How You Do Julianne Hough's Epic Flip Tail Braid
 
     
 
Dance moves aside, the reason we tune into Dancing With the Stars every week is to admire Julianne Hough’s epically pretty hairstyles. From loose waves to tiara adorned updos, we’ve never seen a style on Hough we haven’t liked, but we’re head-over-heels with the braided top knot the judge wore on this week’s show.
 
Celebrity hairstylist Chad Wood pulled the inspiration for the style from where else, but the fashion week runways. “My inspiration was from looks I had pulled from a couple of Paris runway looks that I made my own. I wanted something different and fresh that nobody would expect, whilst still polished and clean,” Wood said of the top knot.
 
To create Hough’s flip tail braid, Wood blow-dried her hair away from the face and ran Alterna Haircare Caviar Style Luxe Shape Versatile Crème Gel ($28; ulta.com), a cream gel that holds hair without sacrificing movement. Next, he grabbed his trusty Mason Pearson Brush ($230; nordstrom.com) and pulled Hough’s hair into a high, tight pony, securing it with an “S” hook elastic at the base.
 
Once the pony was set, Wood braided the tail and spritzed it with IGK Intern Flexible Hold Hairspray ($29; sephora.com) to hold the plait in place. After the braid was done, he flipped it up towards Hough’s face and circled the end back, almost creating a loop, and secured it with bobby pins.
 
Read more at: This Is How You Do Julianne Hough's Epic Flip Tail Braid
 
 
You're Going to Want Julianne Hough's Hair Knot
You're Going to Want Julianne Hough's Hair Knot
You're Going to Want Julianne Hough's Hair Knot
 
We can't believe it's that time of the year again. And no, we are not just talking about the end of summer. Actually, as upsetting as the arrival of September can sometimes be, it also signifies one thing that we're very excited about—award season is upon us. And you know what this means—an endless mileage of red carpet, and with it, a bottomless pit of beauty inspiration for all of us to admire.
 
And if the Creative Emmy Awards held over the weekend are any indication of what's to come, then prepare to be blown away. One of our favorite looks of the night was from none other than Julianne Hough, and while this will be a shock to approximately no one, it's her hair that got us excited. 
 
Read more at: You're Going to Want Julianne Hough's Hair Knot
 
 
The Real Reason Julianne Hough Dyed Her Hair Red
The Real Reason Julianne Hough Dyed Her Hair Red
The Real Reason Julianne Hough Dyed Her Hair Red
 
 
 
Julianne Hough is no stranger to the salon chair.
 
The former Dancing With the Stars judge has seen the full color spectrum, going from brunette to as far as icy-platinum blonde. Although we've seen the Safe Haven actress sport many variations of blond, she has never tried fiery locks…'til now.
 
In February, Julianne debuted new red tresses on Instagram, captioning the photo with: "I've seriously talked about doing this for 6 years, ask anyone who knows me."
 
While speaking to E! News about AbbVie and SpeakENDO, an online resource for Endometriosis, which Julianne was diagnosed with 10 years ago, the actress-dancer also opened up about her ever-changing hair—and how red is a true reflection of where she is in life right now.
 
"It's funny because a lot of people are like, ‘Oh, you changed your hair—how do you feel?'" she exclusively told E! News. "And I'm actually reversing it and saying, ‘I'm actually feeling this way so I changed my hair so that's actually the reason why. I've been on this discovery and this journey of myself, just self-love and care, and I've always felt like a redhead."
 
In the past, every time the Footloose actress wanted to go red, she would let her public image get in the way, scared that people wouldn't associate her with a hair color other than blond.
 
"I'm like, ‘Why am I doing what everybody knows me as and why am I making what people think a thing?'" she explained. "If I want to do something, I'm going to do it. At this point in my life I feel so grounded, I feel so myself, I feel very happy, and this is how I feel! I want to express that through my hair. I want to express that outwardly."
 
Newly married and taking new strides in her career, Julianne is ready for a new chapter.
 
"Sometimes maybe I feel this way, but maybe people need a visual connection to see the change as well," she said. "I think that's the first thing people do when they break up with somebody, right? It's literally a chapter closed, and something else is opened when you're ready, and you feel free and that's how I felt. I'm done with the chapter of doing things for other people. Bam!"
 
Even a hair transformation can be a life metaphor, according to the star. As anyone who has color-treated their hair knows, the process takes commitment, constant maintenance…and patience.
 
"Honestly, I was really blessed because my dad has amazing hair. Even though his brothers are all bald, he's got a great head of hair. My mom has great hair, too, so that was fortunate. I also have great people: One of my best friends [Riawna Capri] is my hairstylist, and she takes her time," noted Julianne. "I think that's the thing. There are metaphors in everything. It's like you want the quick fix? It's not going to be a quick fix. You have to take the time. You have to have care with it; otherwise, it will go crazy.
 
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Julianne Hough Faced Her First Wage Battle at Age 11
Julianne Hough Faced Her First Wage Battle at Age 11—and She Won It in the Best, Sassiest Way
Julianne Hough Faced Her First Wage Battle at Age 11—and She Won It in the Best, Sassiest Way
 
These days, Julianne Hough’s life is filled with Instagram-worthy getaways and glitzy red carpet events. But that may be because the 29-year-old star, who rose to fame alongside her brother Derek on Dancing with the Stars, started her hustle early. The first time she had to shake down an employer to get paid? At the ripe age of 11.
 
Hough was living in England at the time and began dancing at age 9. “My partner and I were supposed to be paid 250 pounds for a show that we were doing,” she says. “Our coach told us to make sure that the woman in charge actually paid us that, and warned us that she would try to cheap us out. Sure enough, when she handed us the money, there was only 100 pounds there. I looked at my partner and he was like, ‘I’m not doing it.’ So at 11 years old, I walked up to this scary woman, tapped her on the shoulder, and said, ‘Excuse me, miss. You promised us 250 pounds, and there's only 100 pounds here. I'm not leaving until I see my money.’ Having the guts to do that at 11 said a lot about who I was and who I have become.”
 
Read more at: Julianne Hough Faced Her First Wage Battle at Age 11
 
 
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