Welcome to Jennifer Morrison Style, your moderately comprehensive, semi disciplined but no less enthusiastic attempt at bringing you information on the style of Jennifer Morrison.

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Get the look- Jmo // Golden Globe awards 2009

Dress- Nicole Miller tucked satin strapless gown- Saks
Bracelets- Lillith Star  bangle // bracelet bangle- Overstock
Clutch- Oasis Fold over glitter clutch- ASOS
Earrings- Lillith Star black ruthenium crystal earrings- Overstock
Ring- Lillith Star crystal ring- Overstock
Sandals- Barely There sandals- River Island

Get the Look-Jmo // Creative Arts Emmys 2012

Dress- Mango cross back maxi dress- ASOS
Heels- ASOS Posy platforms- ASOS
Clutch- Armitage Avenue sparkle clutch- Lori’s
Earrings- Collette Z stirling silver pear drop earrings- Overstock
Bracelet- Kate Bissette cubic zirconia tennis bracelet- Overstock
Lipstick- Extra Creamy Round lipstick ‘Electra’- Nyx


April 12th, 1979

Isabel Marant Talma embroidered gauze maxi dress
EF Collection diamond pyramid studs
You might have seen Beth’s post admiring the sexy faux bob Jennifer Morrison wore this week, but now let’s focus in on her lips for a sec. They’re pretty bright, as you can see. “We went for rock-star glam, with a bold red mouth (YSL Rouge Pur Couture in #1 Le Rouge) that pops against her fair alabaster skin and looks dramatic,” says makeup artist Nick Barose. His favorite trick for keeping brights like this from bleeding: Trace a clear wax lip pencil (like Dior Universal Contour Lip Liner) along the edges. Yes, there are other ways to keep lipstick in place, but I love this tip for its total straightforwardness. Gotta get me some of that stuff stat.

Tommy Hilfiger white silk chiffon dress

Hair how-to: Jennifer Morrison

For a head-start on next season’s hottest hair trend, take inspiration from Jennifer Morrison’s voluminous ponytail. Our celebrity hair expert Mark Woolley, Founder of Electric Hairdressing London, is here to help you get the look at home. Mark told us: “The low ponytail is going to be a popular look this summer but the key to prevent it from looking too tame is to add other facets of styling to it. I love that Jennifer has worn hers with some volume at the front which makes the ponytail more forgiving and the tiny plait around the base is a simple but brilliant way of breaking up the uniformity of such a look.”

Follow Mark’s steps to success:
STEP ONE Ponytails tend to work best on day old hair as there is more grip, so there’s no need to wash beforehand for this look. Start off by ensuring that the lengths are smooth and knot-free before sectioning off hair at the front which will allow you to create a bit of height.

STEP TWO Lift this section of hair vertically and hold it taut, then using a Denman Tail Comb, gently back comb just at the roots. To make sure the hair holds shape when you take it into a ponytail, spray the back combed hair with some L’Oreal Fix Design before allowing the lengths to fall back into place.

STEP THREE Gather the lengths together to create a low ponytail. Use your palms to skim over the hair at the front so you’re able to secure the lengths yet being careful enough to smooth but not flatten the hair. Secure with a clear or nude elastic band.

STEP FOUR Now take a small strand of hair from underneath the pony and instead of simply wrapping it around the base to cover the elastic, plait it. When you reach the ends, instead of tying it with another elastic band, backcomb the hair and apply some hairspray so the plait doesn’t come undone as easily. Now you proceed to wrap it around the base before securing into place with a pin underneath the pony.

STEP FIVE Polish off the look by rubbing some Electric Serum between your hands to warm it up before gently slicking down any flyways on the head and through the lengths. This also helps to add a natural shine to the hair.

Ocean Drive Leather ‘Gemma’ leather jacket
Ocean Drive Leather ‘Swan/Shearling’ leather jacket