Ted Gibson Details His Favorite A-List Hairstyles


With sought-after A-List muses as sources of inspiration, celebrity hairstylist Ted Gibson sets the stage for the looks we covet most on the most photographed manes.

Ted Gibson – Celebrity Hairstylist

Ted at his Starring salon with his husband and business partner, celebrity colorist Jason Backe.

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Sandra Oh

“The bangs were very important for this look. The right texture, the right volume and the right movement is what it’s all about. A great blowdryer, like the Turbo Power Twin Turbo 3900, is also essential.” ($289)

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Natasha Lyonne

“For this cover shoot, I cut Natasha’s hair into a Stevie Nicks–inspired, vibed shag. What helps keep it together is a really good, workable product with a lot of hold like my Starring Shooting Star Texture Meringue.” ($52)

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Chloë Sevigny

“To play up her chic sailor-girl look, I created an S-pattern using a Hot Tools Pro Artist 24K Gold 1-inch barrel Marcel curling iron, then came back with a quarter-inch curling iron to define the ridges.” ($50)

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Melanie Lynskey

“I tucked Melanie’s center part behind her ears to open up her face and bring her beautiful eyes to the forefront. To give added luster and long-lasting control, use a cream shine product like Kiehl’s Creme with Silk Groom.” ($26)

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Sydney Sweeney

“On Sydney, the name of the game was volume. This sleek, modern take of a ‘60s backcomb calls for fullness, so we did a volume blow-dry using Aveda’s Control Force Firm Hold Hair Spray.” ($35)