SCARLETT JOHANSSON Whether her hair is long or short, Johansson isn’t afraid to play with texture. Teasing and curling hair is all in a day’s work for the spotlight-stealing actress—and the results are as great for an aisle as they are for a red carpet.
Create a pompadour by teasing a section of hair from temple to temple, and then pushing it against where you normally part your hair to increase lift. Creating a pompadour on short hair can be tough, but by twisting the hair you've gathered and pushing it against your part, it will make building this style that much easier. Secure with two bobby pins in an "X" formation and go.
Part the hair along both temples, twisting each side back towards the nape in two sections. To style the center, twist the front three inches of hair to the left and pin it. Twist and pin the second section to the right. Form a “twisted Mohawk” by alternating sides. Pull and tease small wisps for additional texture.