Cat Deeley Doubles Up Her Buns
At 21, she co-hosted the children's series SMTV Live, alongside Anthony McPartlin and Declan Donnelly. She hosted Stars in their Eyes from 2004 until 2006, and beginning in 2006, hosts So You Think You Can Dance. She is 5 feet, 9 inches (1.75m) tall.
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Cat is famous for her lush long naturally wavy hair which she showcases in a wide range of hairstyles and updos. Cat looks gorgeous whether her hair is worn down in lush ripples of waves and curls or if she wears her hair up in a range of buns, twists and chignons.
Cat recently appeared on the Red Carpet at The Saban Free Clinic dinner gala in Beverly Hills wearing two messy twists which were positioned on top of each other. Not only did Cat honor her natural wavy texture by leaving lots of waves still present, the twists were polished but still tousled. Quite an accomplishment.
Follow the steps below to copy Cat's double twist hairstyle:
1. On "aged hair" brush hair back off the hairline and direct towards the back of the head. Keep in mind you will be creating two separate ponytails which will be stacked on top of each other.
Note: To create a bit of a hairline "bump", backcomb the front section of hair before creating the ponies in back to have that smooth yet sassy bumped up hairline like Cat's.
2. Capture tresses into the first pony positioned between the crown and the middle of the back. Wrap an separate strand around the base of the pony to cover the pony elastic. Use a "hair friendly" elastic such as a Blax or Bungee in the same color as your hair.
6. Repeat Steps 3 and 4 on the second ponytail.
8. Attach any desired hair accessories.
Although this hair twist can be created with a forehead fringe it does look more striking when the hair is slightly bumped up off the hairline.
Quick Cheat To Recreate Cat's Hairstyle
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