Renée Zellweger stopped by the Late Show With David Letterman last night to promote her upcoming flick, New in Town. Even though she's a city girl forced to adjust to small-town life in the movie, in real life she's looking cosmopolitan with this simply chic pin 'n' twist hairstyle.
Easy enough to do before work on a busy morning, but polished enough to last for a night on the town, this hairstyle is versatile and fun. Grab some bobby pins and learn how to replicate it when you
- Part where you normally would before using a comb to tease the hair at the crown of your head.
- Gather your hair as if you were making a low ponytail. Twist the hair so the ends point upward, leaving a couple loose tendrils to frame your face.
- Create a French twist. This should leave half of the ponytail twisted against your head and the other half flopping freely.
- Use bobby pins (with your other hand) to clip hair right above where the twist ends until it's secure enough that you can let go.
- Tuck the loose hair, small pieces at a time, so that all the ends are pinned. To get a carefree effect like this, crisscross and pin them randomly.