The Science Behind Anna Kendrick's Cascading Curls at the Grammys

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Jan. 27 2014, Published 3:21 p.m. ET

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A dramatic deep part, loose curls pulled to the side. Yes, Anna Kendrick's Grammys hairstyle seems as simple as recreating that Pitch Perfect "Party in the USA" singalong scene with your girlfriends in the back of someone's bachelorette limo. But then, you get in front of the mirror with your curling wand, pins, and hairspray in hand, and realize that there is a scientific process to the 'do. One that you're completely stumped on.

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Don't like the "I have no idea what I'm doing" feeling translate into total self-defeat. You can (and we sure hope you do!) create Anna's soft, cascading curls at home with Garnier hair guru Craig Gangi's step-by-step tips.

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It's a Hollywood look for a Hollywood girl. What do you think? Aren't the steps simple enough? Tweet @OKMagazine and leave a comment below.


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