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Love It or Hate It? Maria Bello's Sectioned Updo

Love It or Hate It? Maria Bello's Sectioned Updo

At the Los Angeles premiere of The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor, actress Maria Bello looked like a Roman goddess in an ethereal white gown, tanned skin, and an interesting sectioned updo. I used to wear my hair like this in grade school and secure each section with a small, colored hair clip. This look is, of course, more sophisticated, but I like that it also has an element of flippant edginess, too. Do you?

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me-n-myself me-n-myself 7 years
love it, beautiful updo
me-n-myself me-n-myself 7 years
love it, beautiful updo
kristin-louise kristin-louise 7 years
its so out dated looking like late 90s something britney or christina would have done with their hair like 10 years ago yuck.
Briandiesel Briandiesel 7 years
i like it very much- its different
TheMissus TheMissus 7 years
I don't like it... But I think it's because I don't find her attractive.
roxtarchic roxtarchic 7 years
i dont think her skin looks very good... i've seen her look sooo much better, altho i do kind of like the hair look... could use some earrings tho... something simple.
roxtarchic roxtarchic 7 years
i dont think her skin looks very good... i've seen her look sooo much better, altho i do kind of like the hair look... could use some earrings tho... something simple.
dootsie dootsie 7 years
I'd like it more if the sections weren't quite so poufy on top.Still, she's freaking gorgeous.
dootsie dootsie 7 years
I'd like it more if the sections weren't quite so poufy on top. Still, she's freaking gorgeous.
Soniye Soniye 7 years
bobby pins are here friend.I don't think it's flattering on her, though.
Soniye Soniye 7 years
bobby pins are here friend. I don't think it's flattering on her, though.
joygwilson joygwilson 7 years
no, not the best way to do an updo at all! very high school. she is way to mature for a hairstyle like this!
emalove emalove 7 years
I'm undecided on the do, but I think she's lovely.
misfitgirl misfitgirl 7 years
P.S. - I wish she had some earrings on! Maybe it's too buys with the rest of the dress.
misfitgirl misfitgirl 7 years
I used to do this when I had a short, chin-length bob in high school, so only the top half. Secured with those teeny butterfly claw clips (shudder). It was trendy at the time! Anyway... I would probably begin with some sort of texturizing product. A good way to do this style is to section your hair, beginning right in the center on top. Part down each side to create the section (~1 inch, or whatever size you'd like...it looks like hers may be slightly larger). Then you twist each section over the tail of a comb, kind of like as if it were a curler (it has to be one of those combs with the very thin point on the end). Then you slowly pull out the comb and fasten with a bobby pin pointed inward. Since this is fully up, you can do this for the top half of your hair and just pin the bottom up straight, or you can continue your whole head. Curl the ends (or curl beforehand and touch up the ends as necessary) and you should have an approximation of this hairdo. Hope that sort of makes sense!
misfitgirl misfitgirl 7 years
I used to do this when I had a short, chin-length bob in high school, so only the top half. Secured with those teeny butterfly claw clips (shudder). It was trendy at the time! Anyway... I would probably begin with some sort of texturizing product. A good way to do this style is to section your hair, beginning right in the center on top. Part down each side to create the section (~1 inch, or whatever size you'd like...it looks like hers may be slightly larger). Then you twist each section over the tail of a comb, kind of like as if it were a curler (it has to be one of those combs with the very thin point on the end). Then you slowly pull out the comb and fasten with a bobby pin pointed inward. Since this is fully up, you can do this for the top half of your hair and just pin the bottom up straight, or you can continue your whole head. Curl the ends (or curl beforehand and touch up the ends as necessary) and you should have an approximation of this hairdo. Hope that sort of makes sense!
fleurfairy fleurfairy 7 years
Bella, tell us how to do this hairstyle!
arcticpuppet arcticpuppet 7 years
I don't even know who that is, but her hair looks beautiful.
AmberHoney AmberHoney 7 years
Cute, I wish I knew how to do it, I'd do it!
stephley stephley 7 years
what the heck has she done to her face? It looks blotchy under the make-up and tightened.
nyarce nyarce 7 years
LOVER HER!
nyarce nyarce 7 years
LOVER HER!
carhornsinapril carhornsinapril 7 years
not a fan.
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