• Kate Hudson Joins the List of Leading Ladies Who Shaved Their Heads for Roles

    Kate Hudson isn't the first to to go bald for her craft. Here are other actresses, from Demi Moore to Millie Bobby Brown, who have shaved it all off for a role.

  • Charlize Theron Wears a Totally See-Through Shirt — and It's Not a Wardrobe Malfunction

    Hollywood officially has an "it" bra. Charlize Theron rocked the Dior bra for a second “Atomic Blonde” premiere. She's not the first star to show off the look.

  • #CopyThat: Allison Williams's Cool Girl French Braid

    This has been an eventful year so far for Allison Williams. Although HBO's Girls, the show that introduced Williams to the world as Marnie Michaels, will be coming to an end, it doesn't look like the actress is slowing down anytime soon. The 28-year-old Williams made her feature-film debut in the highly successful comedy-horror flick Get Out. Let's also not forget that she recently underwent a major hair change, dyeing her brunette hair blond. At a recent screening for Get Out, Williams's hair was styled in an edgy version of the classic French braid, which incorporated twists and a pompadour that played up her bold hair color. Want to copy this cool-girl French braid? Watch the video above to follow Stunning Braids author and hairstylist Monaè Everett's simple steps to re-create this fun hairstyle. Step-by-step instructions 1. Using a rat-tail comb, part and clip away front piece of hair from the face. 2. Separate hair into three sections in the back for the braids and twists. 3. Apply an anti-frizz product such as Redken Outshine 01 Anti-Frizz Polishing Milk to the center section of hair, then create a French braid and secure end with clear elastic. 4. Smooth left and right sides of hair with a boar-bristle brush and twist back. Secure ends with an elastic, leaving some hair out. 5. Twist and tuck the ends of twists at the nape of the neck and secure with bobby pins. 6. Use a 1-inch curling iron to curl front piece of hair to create volume. 7. Set curl with a blast of hairspray (Everett used Oribe Superfine Hair Spray). 8. Take the curled section and pin it back into a mini pompadour to complete the hairstyle. Read more from Yahoo Style + Beauty: • Emma Watson's Elegant and Easy Updo Is Prom-Perfect • You'll Want to Recreate Lilly Singh's Metallic Bronze Eyes for Your Next Night Out • How to Get Perfectly Matte Wine Lips Just Like Ruby Rose Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyle and @YahooBeauty.

  • Mom and three kids adorably recreate Oscar Best Picture nominees

    Somebody give these kids an award! Maggie Storino and her three daughters — 5-year-old Sophia, 3-year-old Sadie and 8-month-old Sloane — have once again recreated this year’s Best Picture nominees ahead of the 88th Academy Awards this weekend. The group have been posting their adorable reenactments every year since 2011 on the Tumblr “Don’t Call Me Oscar.” It’s a good thing these kids aren’t in the actual films and that we aren’t part of The Academy because we’d never be able to choose a winner.

  • Movie producer exposes the ridiculous ways female characters are introduced in scripts

    Women in Hollywood are often victims of sexism, ageism, objectification and “can you believe she actually wore that?” However, as one LA movie producer has revealed, even on paper, actresses are unable to escape cliched Hollywood tropes. Ross Putman took to Twitter to share excerpts from actual scripts he’s read, detailing the absurd and, surprise, sexual ways female characters are introduced. To protect the anonymity of the writers, all female characters names have been changed to “Jane” and Putman writes in his Twitter bio, “Apologies if I quote your work.” 

  • An Ode to the Amazing Female Characters Created by the Coen Brothers

    Over the course of their 32 year tenure, screenwriter/director Joel Coen, and his producer/writer brother, Ethan, have created some of the most memorable female characters in film history. Strong, beautiful, and defiant they are often the backbone of the siblings’ dramatic period pieces and comedic capers. In honor of their latest cinematic release, Hail, Caesar!, out this weekend, we take a look back at the women who have shaped their films — and our lives. 

  • Now You Can Emulate Chewbacca’s Hair Routine

    Chewbacca appreciates good hair care. Yesterday, Allure published an interview with Maria Cork, the supervisor of hair in the special effects department for Star Wars: The Force Awakens, out this December.

  • Power and Beauty: Honoring the Black Women of Bond

    Berry, in fact, was the first Oscar-winning actress to appear as a Bond woman in the 2002 film Die Another Day (alongside Pierce Brosnan), and Harris is in the new film, Spectre, as Eve Moneypenny, Bond’s boss and head of the British Secret Service. Her new December cover for Essence was unveiled at the gala. ‘Spectre’ actress on the cover of December 2015 Essence.

  • How Male Celebs Like Chris Evans Get Made Up for the Red Carpet

    We reached out to grooming expert Jenn Streicher to find what goes into prepping a guy for the red carpet.