By Saryn Chorney
Gwen Stefani gets the most bang for her bun — but will the look catch on? We sure DO hope so.
DON'T you think Jennifer Garner's bangs look a tad too dark, heavy and dramatic for a light rom-com like "Ghosts of Girlfriends Past"?
Hiding her wallet, keys and a pack of gum in the poofiest part of an up DO is yet another clever trick hair stylist to the stars Ken Paves taught Eva Longoria Parker. No wonder she and Jessica Simpson pay that guy the big bucks!
Fergie is but one thick, white hair streak away from a "Bride of Frankenstein"-style hair DON'T.
It's a good thing Julia Roberts has returned to Hollywood for a while, because that dry New Mexico heat was really getting to her head — literally. Look, we DO love her color, we just DON'T like the look of wild, scraggly split ends on the red carpet.
Why do naturally beautiful women like Halle Berry insist on painting their head with unnatural blond streaks? We just DON'T get it.
When you're tired of giving the Vulcan salute like "Star Trek" actress Zoe Saldana here, casting your eyes coyly downward and running your hands through your long, wavy hair is a blockbuster DO.
DON'T mind us Jenna Fischer — all that matters is you're comfortable sporting this drab hairstyle to a red carpet event.
Is Elizabeth Banks the new Sharon Stone? Her tousled, blond DO is giving us "Basic Instinct" flashbacks — and we mean that in the best way possible.
Honest to blog, Diablo Cody: When you're attending a "Face the Future" event in Hollywood, styling your hair like a retro, '80s-era Go-Go's band member (uh, Jane Wiedlin) is a DON'T.
Luscious auburn color? Check. Long wavy locks? Yup. Sultry sideways glance? Got it. DO you see a shampoo commercial contract in Emma Stone's near future? 'Cuz we sure do.
If your shoulders are as buff and sexy as Roselyn Sanchez's, DON'T even think about letting your hair cover both of 'em. (You go, Ro!)