Remember the wonderful plot in the Pitch Perfect? Now it is time for the amazing moment in the Pitch Perfect sequel. For the upcoming Pitch Perfect, all the charm started from its premiere held in Los Angeles on May 11, where each star stunned the red carpet with her own interpretation of classic curls.

We are all obsessed with their pretty wavy hair rocked on the red carpet, and we could not help but wonder how to copy their gorgeous locks to turn heads.

The below are some examples of the celebs who rocked their sexy waves thanks to some amazing curling iron magic.

How do you think of Anna Camp’s coolest golden blonde wavy locks? I think it is so awesome. Coupled with a deep side part, her undone, fluffed-out curls appears to be sexier. Her intensely cool smoky eye looks so charming against the pushed back on one side fluffed tresses. To create this romantic hair look, her hairstylist opted for a flexible hold hairspray, which can keep everything in place, as well as give the hair dreamy movement.


With a stark side part, slicked down roots, and sexy waves on the bottom, Anna Kendrick’s past-the-shoulder tresses appears to be so sexy and romantic. To copy her hair look, you can start with spritzing some Bumble and Bumble Surf Infusion spray over your damp hair, and then roughly dry your hair with your fingers.


Bella Thorne always rocks her gorgeous blonde locks stunningly, and there was no exception for her showing up on the red carpet last night. Her mega shine and bouncy volume in her romantic wavy hair stunned us all night long. Going with the layered haircut, her hair looks voluminous and awesome. To get voluminous hair like hers, use a volumizing spray like Sally Hershebergeeer 24K Supreme Stylist Voluminous Dry Shampoo to be of some assistance.


Brittany Snow showed off her stunning look–Old Hollywood waves, outfits-matching red lips and mile-long lashes. To create her sexy hair look, use a 1 1/2” iron to create curls in different directions. After that, apply a texturizing wax like Oribe Original Pomade on the ends to give it a piecier texture.