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How to: Get Jessica Biel's sideswept bun

Last updated 13:12 22/05/2013
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CRUISE CONTROL: Jessica Biel attends the Dior Cruise Collection 2014 in Monaco.

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Jessica Biel's hairstylist has revealed how to recreate the star's chic side-swept bun.

The actress wowed at the Dior 2014 Cruise Show in Monaco over the weekend with a classic Hollywood beauty look.

Biel's stylist Sascha Breuer explained how he crafted the style and offered tips on pulling off the look.

"Start with a smooth blowout. Then take a large-barrelled round brush and blow dry your hair to give it a sleek finish. Make sure to work out any tangles," he told OK! USA.

"When hair is dry, separate it into smaller sections (each section should be around 2.5cm). Use a curling iron and curl each individual section, moving from the back to the front. I suggest using a 2.5cm-3cm curling iron that allows you to set the temperature for the needs of your hair for the task."

The next step is to curl all the hair, then add a slick of serum for a glossy finish before running fingers gently through the curls to loosen the look up.

Once the curling stage is complete, roll the lengths inwards and upwards until you have a roll at the nape of the neck, which you can then secure with bobby pins at the hairline.

"Take a hair elastic and fix it at the bottom end of your hair, gathering it into a tail-like structure. This will let you style your hair upwards by making it a little bit easier to manage in the next step," he continued.

"Tug on the hair towards the face, and backcomb it a little bit to give it some height and volume. Fan the hair out a bit, horizontally, to give the illusion of a rounded bob."

Finally tease out a few ends from the sides of the face and spritz with hairspray.

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