Back of How-To: Rachel McAdams's Romantic Neo-Victorian Updo A taste for the old-fashioned, more accurately 19th century and Victorian fare, is becoming more and more pronounced of late, and I can only guess that Sherlock Holmes is going to turn the softly lapping wavelets of the trend into a full-on tsunami. Rachel McAdams got started early, arriving at the film's premiere in beautifully deconstructed Victorian hair. Her style was formal yet slightly undone, like a lady preparing for bed who's taken her chignon down, and it was utterly romantic. To find out how you can get this ahead-of-the-trend look, just read more. Begin by spritzing on a volumizing spray on wet hair, like Mark Mega Volume Root Lifting Spray ($5). Then blow-dry, scrunching to create even more volume. For thicker or curly hair, try Tommy Guns Clever Curls & Waves Texture Spray ($10), which will give the hair a smoother texture, all while making your strands more manageable. Once the hair is dry, use a fine-toothed comb to backcomb, alternating sections of your hair from the crown forward. For extra hold on fine hair, use hairspray on each section you tease. Pull hair back, bringing it in relatively snugly on the sides but keeping it loose on top. Plait a soft but secure braid from the nape of your neck down. Spray the braid with a shine mist like Victoria's Secret So Sexy Brilliant Shine Mist ($10) to make the style look glossy and healthy. View 3 Photos › Front View Three-Quarter View Back View Image Source: WireImage Comments PeachyKeen19 7 years I think Rachel has such a great, fun style and I loved her whole look at this premier. Thanks Bella for sharing this with us :) tropicalsiren 7 years Love this style, she looks so pretty. braids of kinds and sizes are my to go style if im not wearing my hair down.