The voluminous trend appeared on the red carpet ranging from the highest of heights to more modest versions.
"The Office's" Mindy Kaling clearly followed the philosophy go big or go home by sweeping her raven strands into a towering topknot paired with sleek, side-swept bangs. "Glee's" Naya Rivera went head-to-head with the funny gal as far as volume was concerned, but opting for eyebrow skimming fringe bangs instead.
Eva Longoria put her own glamorous spin on the look by keeping her volume relatively low with side-parted, wavy tresses pulled into a sexy chignon.
Meanwhile, "True Blood's" Anna Paquin went for the double bump, pulling her blonde locks into not one, but two consecutive poufs that culminated in a simple updo. The double bump would have to earn her a double fist pump from the "Jersey Shore" gang.
Earlier this year StyleList reported how the pouf made a comeback on the Fall 2010 runways, in shows for Oscar de la Renta, Vera Wang, Chanel, and Nina Ricci.
While the current generation associates the pouf with reality TV's beloved pint-sized firecracker, recently both The New York Times and New York Magazine's The Cut traced the hair style's origins back to the leading women of Rome and to the drama-filled ladies of the eighties on "Dynasty."
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