See all the showstopping hairstyles from the Teen Choice Awards 2017

Amra | 14 August 2017
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The best thing about these star-worthy beauty looks? You can totally rock them too! 🌟

 

Yesterday, the 2017 Teen Choice Awards took place in the heart of Los Angeles. Notable actors, actresses, musicians and vloggers all attended the star-studded event, dolled up from head to toe. While only a select few won the signature surfboard-shaped awards, just about everyone brought their A-game — especially when it came to their hair.

For those of you who haven’t had a chance to see them, fret not: we’ve got all the mane details right here, so grab a cup of tea and get ready to be inspired.

Teen Choice Awards 2017: 5 looks you’ll want to rock

 

side shot of lucy hale with slicked back strands at the teen choice awards
Now that’s what we call a winning hairstyle! Credit: Rex by Shutterstock

Lucy Hale’s slicked-back ‘do

Let’s face it, Lucy Hale‘s mane game is always on point – and last night was certainly no exception. The Pretty Little Liars star rocked up to the event with a slicked-back short hairstyle that gave off a tonne of Basic Instinct vibes.

With a look this cool, it’s no wonder Lucy won the award for Choice Drama TV Actress. Oh Lucy, you never fail to impress us!

gigi gorgeous on the teen choice awards red carpet with pearl hair accessories wearing white
Forget about pearl earrings, it’s all about pearl hair accessories! Credit: Rex by Shutterstock

Gigi Gorgeous’ pearl hair

Lucy Hale wasn’t the only star rocking wet-look strands to the event. YouTube star Gigi Gorgeous also donned a glossy swept-back style, but chose to adorn her tresses with a fitting hair accessory to match: pearls!

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Editor’s tip: Envious of Gigi’s super shiny locks? A quick allover spritz of the Toni&Guy Finishing Shine Spray and you’ll be blinding people with your dazzling sheen!

side shot of Bella Thorne with glitter in her hair teen choice awards red carpet
When in doubt, just use glitter! Credit: Rex by Shutterstock

Bella Thorne’s glitter hair

If you’ve been paying close attention to the runways and red carpets this season, you’ll know that there’s been a renewed love for glittery hairstyles. So, when we spotted Bella Thorne sporting the trend on the Teen Choice Awards red carpet, we could’t help but stare!

Instead of keeping the glitter just along the roots, the star’s covered half of her tresses and face with it, for a mystical mermaid effect. Now that’s what we call a perfect festival hairstyle – thanks for the tip, Bella!

paris jackson with short hair updo hairstyle on the teen choice awards red carpet smiling
Who wouldn’t want to look like they’ve stepped out of a fairy-tale? Credit: Rex by Shutterstock

Paris Jackson’s ethereal updo

Paris Jackson turned up to the fun-filled event ready to get everyone talking, debuting a new chocolate hair colour that looked as delicious as it sounds.

Just like Ashley Tisdale, Paris is proving that getting dark hair in the sunny season is totally acceptable — especially when you choose to fashion your hair into a romantic updo, like she has. Oh la la!

zendaya with curly shag hairstyle at the teen choice awards
Get into the ’70s groove with a curly shag hairstyle! Credit: Rex by Shutterstock

Zendaya’s curly shag

When you’re bored of wearing your hair sleek, simply give it a ’70s upgrade by wearing it big and beautiful, just like Zendaya did for the event. Impressive, right?

Paring her groovy curls with subtle make-up and a glitzy jumpsuit, Zendaya slayed this vintage look with total ease, making us all very envious of her voluminous style.

VO5 Big Volume Mousse

Editor’s tip: Don’t have naturally full locks and want to give this look a whirl? You’ll need a little extra help from a body-boosting styling product, like the VO5 Big Volume Mousse.

 

So, which one of these non-boring looks will you recreate? Let us know by directly tweeting us @AllThingsHairUK, we love hearing from you!

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