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If you get serious hair envy every time you see Jennifer Lopez sporting long Hollywood curls, Beyonce oozing unreachable levels of coolness with her lengthy waves and Kim Kardashian looking reminiscent of our childhood mermaid dreams, your not alone. When it comes to inspirational hairstyles for long hair, celebrities have got it going on. And then some.
Yes, it can seem tiresome – ball breaking, even- to think of new ‘dos that can transform your simple long hair to a masterpiece. But, with the right tools, a bit of patience and some celebrity inspiration, it’s possible. Actually, scrap that, it’s not just possible – it will happen.
First step, find the style you’re looking for. We’ve rounded up the best hairstyles for long hair from the red carpet, street style and Instagram. In fact, all stones have bene turned to bring you the best of the best. Heading on a night out with the girls? Slick back your hair like Olivia Wilde. Off to an evening soiree? Channel Jessica Alba’s screen siren glam ‘do and give your hair a wave with a curling wand. Having brunch with the in-laws? Add bounce with a Kate Middleton hairstyle. And if you’re just looking to get it out of your face? Pull back into a sleek ponytail or softly textured side plait hairstyle like Eva Longoria.
Once you’ve decided on your style, work out what hair tools you need and roughly how long it will take to create the look. You’ll be forgiven for turning up late to a party with an amazing hairstyle. Not so much if you completely miss it.
And make sure you keep your hair in tip top condition. If you find that your hair gets to a certain length and then breaks off, you need to look through our round up of the best shampoo for dry hair. Similarly, if you find that your hair looks greasy quickly, you need to work out what is the best shampoo for your hair type. A little bit of care will go a long way – literally.
Now that you’ve got those points ticked off, find the best hairstyles for long hair, right here…
First up is Naomi Campbell, who’s sleek tresses are the ultimate long hair goals. Ah, to have the hair of a supermodel…
Click through to see our round up of the best party hairstyles for your next soiree. They’ll definitely put you in a party mood.
Kourtney Kardashian was in London in 2016 for a Manuka Doctor photo call, showing off her luscious dark long locks.
Chanel Iman was ready for her close-up at the Cannes Film Festival 2016, sporting a tousled long ‘do that perfected her red carpet beauty look.
Bella Thorne worked the beachy waves look like a pro, opting for loose, toussled styling and a subtle off-centre parting.
Beyoncé Knowles really upped the ante for a night out in New York with thick curls. She set off her impossibly bouncy ‘do with a slick of red lipstick.
impressed with voluminous curls at the Stella McCartney spring 2016
presentation in New York. The styled added the perfect glamorous touch
to her outfit which consisted of clashing prints.
Cara Delevingne throws it back to the 70s with tumbling waves when she steps out in London
Sandra Bullock opts for a centre-parting and poker-straight layers for the Minions world premiere in London.
Olivia Wilde’s long hair tumbles down her back at New York’s screening of The Wolfpack.
Fuss-free boho waves are a stunning look for Cara Delevingne. A perfect festival ‘do that will still look great if you pull your hair into a ponytail.
Pixie Lott broke all the rules with this latest ‘do. Dismissing the signature blonde glossy waves we’ve come to expect from the 24-year-old singer, Miss Lott experimented with one of the coolest styles of the moment, and went for wet look hair. A complete contrast to her polished outfit and smart LBD, we think this unexpected scraped-back look is bang-on-trend and a great way to change-up your evening look.
Victoria Beckham gave the classic wavvy hairdo a new-season spin by tucking her long glossy locks neatly behind the ear (very minimal, very Victoria Beckham), and wearing swept to one side. A great style to go for should you be wearing a strapless evening dress.
Bella Thorne had us all green with envy stepping out with this wavvy hairdo. We love those natural looking curls, artfully smoothed to perfection and worn in a slightly off-centre parting.
Cinderella’s Lily James opts for a simple centre parting and straight layers for the Disney film’s premiere in London.
She’s JLo. It’s the Oscars 2015. What else did you expect but gorgeous, full, flowing tresses? This is wow hair at its best and (as you can tell) Jennifer Lopez knows her hair is looking mighty fine.
Cara Delevingne works perfect messy hair to sit front row at Paris Fashion Week in March 2015. This textured technique is a great way to add volume to finer long hair styles as it creates the look of more body. Team with your finest Blue Steel shades, obvs.
Kendall Jenner is the queen of sleek long hair. She brushes all her hair back over her shoulders to show off her cheek and collar bones and opts for no parting to add volume up top.
Laura Bailey shows that plaited long hair doesn’t have to look like a school girl or a milk maid. She loves to wear her hair super long and teamed, naturally, with Chanel. Move over Rapunzel…
Beyonce yo-yos between short and long hairstyles, but she creates impact with this lengthier style. The side parting creates equal weight around her face and we love the large barrel curls down her back.
Cara Delevingne changed up her supermodel locks to attend The CinemaCon Awards, switching up her poker straight tresses in favour of this messy undone hairdo. The side parting adds extra height to her voluminous waves, and is a great style to go for to showcase your shoulders, or any type of statement accessory.
Some of the most-sought after tresses in sport. Quite often we’re not watching Andy Murray at Wimbeldon, we’re looking out for his perfectly coiffed wife Kim Sears with her mousey brown floaty hair. She has one defined step layer in the hair that breaks up the block effect of her long hair. Please don’t ever cut it, Kim!
Young powerhouse Hailee Steinfeld wears her long hair in natural-looking waves that flatter her features, especially with that side-part.
We’re not so used to seeing Olivia Palermo with her hair down, but we like it. Usually seen sporting a perfect, on-point bun, she switches it up with soft beachy waves in Paris.
Kim Kardashian is another hair chameleon. We love her hair like this – a slick straight style that wouldn’t look quite so perfect without that key centre part.
With long locks, you can conquer the top knot like Kate Hudson. Thick, luscious hair wraps around in a circle to form a high bun that’s au courrant.
Keira Knightley’s wavy hair looks amazing when it falls just below her shoulders. Letting your locks fall naturally highlights the length of your neck.
The great thing about having long hair is the amount of styles you can try… at the same time. Iggy Azalea’s experiments with three styles in this fab ponytail.
Alexa Chung was the queen of the bob. Now that she’s growing her hair out, she’s slowly taking rule over long hair too. Her effortless locks have inspired many-a-crop. Will we see more grown out looks pop up?
The fail-safe hairstyle if you’ve got long tresses is undoubtedly the blow out. Why? Because it looks good every time, and even better in the wind as proved by Rosie Huntington-Whiteley.
Rihanna shows how beautiful her hair can be naturally by letting it go free. This low maintenance hairstyle is perfect for letting your curls loose.
Katy Perry’s hair has always been the stuff of dreams, but she’s now taken it to a futuristic level by adding LED lights into a long thick ponytail.
Hollywood newcomer Nicola Peltz went for a perfect blow out that brought out her highlights and framed her face.
Cat Deeley’s pin straight locks have been slicked back for a streamlined look that compliments her bare back.
Zooey Deschanel offsets her heavy fringe with some large barrel curls to weigh down the lengths of her hair and add some low volume.
Jessica Biel’s long hairstyle is easy to transform for day or night. She wears a subtle flick in her long ombre locks to give it a touch of glamour, but also that naturally tousled look. Kudos, Jess.
Sarah Jessica Parker was spotted flinging around her long locks at the amFAR Inspiration Gala as she boasted gorgeously golden tips and a natural-looking wave.
Victoria Beckham’s long hair is high-shine with her tips flicked into an elegant, single curl over one shoulder.
Amber Heard parts her long hairstyle on one side and works a boho braid into the lighter side. We’re totally working this one at all the summer festivals.
Bella Thorne’s red locks fall neatly in waved tresses, creating a perfectly pampered look that’s perfect for the red carpet.
Jessica Biel takes her long hair look back to basics with a strong centre parting and naturally straight lengths, letting it fall behind her shoulders to reveal a rather fabulous dress neckline.
Fishtail plaits look great in long hair for that mermaidian look. Joan Smalls works a long braid into a single-tone hairstyle for maxium impact at the Met Gala.
Emmy Rossum proves that old school glamour dies hard as she pairs a red lip with a classically gorgeous long, curled hairstyle.
We’ve seen it up, down and messed around on every catwalk this past year meaning Cara Delevingne must have the most versatile of long hairstyles in the modelling world. She’s kept it simple with a centre parting and bed head flyaways.
Cressida Bonas glams up her long hairstyle with some large curls in the lengths of her hair.
Jessica Alba’s long hairstyle is brushed in a sleek, straight style where the lengths fall down her back to expose an open neckline.
Kate Bosworth’s long hair look continues to be at the top of our colour crush list as she sports this luxurious lengthy style in a unique copper colour. She adds to the glamour factor with a side-swept style with rolling curls on one side, a style that’s beginning to be her signature look.
Eva Longoria’s plaited hairstyle works well with length by drawing out the curled tip to its longest, finest point.
Riley Keough’s hair is among our favourite long hairstyles. She works some small barrel curls in her thick tresses from ear height down.
Amy Adams wears her long wavy hairstyle over one shoulder to give it volume and high impact.
Sienna Miller signalled the start of spring with this sun-loving bright blonde ‘do in April. She wore her long layered hairstyle loose to frame her face with a relaxed messed up look.
Amber Heard has some very enviable long locks. While we’re used to her golden mermaid tresses, she was trying a dirtier dark blonde for the infamous gothic Met Gala back in May 2013, finished with a dusting of her usual bright blonde highlights.
Emmy Rossum’s long hairstyle is gorgeous worn over one shoulder for ultimate red carpet glamour.
Emma Roberts’ long hairstyle is straight and sleek, pulled back into a ponytail to allow her to wear large earrings and heavy eye make-up. We love.
Taylor Swift ties her long locks back into an elegant ponytail for the Grammys 2014. She cleverly twists a strand around the band for a more messy effect.
Allison Williams’ hair is best worn with some loose curls to soften her red carpet look.
Olivia Wilde wears her ombre hairstyle well at the Golden Globe Awards, creating large waves in the lengths to create an ethereal look.
Kate Middleton is back to her glossy self with a curly ‘do as her long locks fall softly on the shoulders.
Elizabeth Olsen opts for a straighter style, making her blonde lengths light around the shoulders.
Alessandra Ambrosio goes Grecian gorgeous with a low ponytail and halo-style curls that wrap around to the back.
Jessica Lowndes channels classic Hollywood glamour with a larg barrel curl look.
Hannah Simone’s long hairstyle looks great teamed with a strong fringe to frame her face.
Sofia Vergara can do no wrong in our eyes. Her hairstyle at the Emmys was as effortlessly gorgeous as ever.
We love Naomi Campbell’s face-shaping poker straight do.
It’s hard to decide which of Jessica Alba’s hairstyles we like best, though this glossy light brown shoulder-length do rates pretty highly.
Whitney Port’s hair is the perfect combination between high-maintenence glamour and casually tousled.
Katie Holmes is ‘THE girl next door’ (except she has the world’s most stylish child). Her healthy-looking brown curls never look a lock out of place.
Liz Hurley exudes glamour with her glossy wide curls.
Emma Stone opts for a simple and stylish centre-parting with loose flowing curls at the Emmys.
Louise Roe always keeps her long locks to a simple style For New York Fashion Week she wore a tight crimp down the lengths for some volume around her ears.
Girls star Zosia Mamet is a perfectly preened goddess in the HBO series – she opts for scruffier quirky style for her off-duty look leaving the lengths of her hair to hang in a few choice curls.
Leona Lewis yo-yos between her natural tight curls and some curling tong curves in her long locks. We love this longer look that gives her more defined loose curls.
Allison Williams’s ever shiny long hair is something to be marvelled. She keeps it well trimmed for optimum, high shine with some cut in ‘bangs’ to frame her face.
Shocker – Karen Gillen ditched her gorgeous red hair for a clean cut shave at this year’s Comic Con. Gone are the thick flowing lengths of her lovely hair, but good on her for going for it!
With some big volume twisted down to fine tips, model-cum-DJ Atlanta de Cadenet is a total hair icon of ours. She’s chosen not to overdress her long hairstyle for the FROW at New York Fashion Week, leaving the curls messy and undone.
Rock and roll Alice Dellal experiments with a variety of colours and lengths in her long hairstyle. With an upper cut over her left ear, Alice embraces her natural dark roots and through the lengths a platinum gold glossiness gives her giant, contrasting volume on the right side.
For a classic look like Lucy Hale’s, use a large barrel curler from near the eye brows to the very tips. Curl the hair away from the face for greater volume and attempt to curl each strand at the same height for bigger, more natural looking curls.
An almost unrecognisable Olivia Wilde used to have a long, side fringe hairstyle until she opted for the dip dye midi cut. She’s swept a curl under the chin to frame her face and then teased small sections inwards still, to the face.
Achieve Shay Mitchell’s undone crimped hairstyle with a professional crimping iron. Take the hair in thin strands at curl each one individually then brush out the look to give it a messy, textured effect.
Holland Roden’s fiery hairstyle is a long and foxy one. Part the hair far over on one side to create this max texture effect on one shoulder. The curls fall neatly into obedient ringlets from the ears so don’t brush these out, tease them into bigger, all-inclusive ringlets.
Opting for a strong centre-part, TV presenter Holly Willoughby has nailed the windswept look with some large flicks in the ends of her hair and at the tips of her fringe.
Showing off some enviable tresses, Jessica Lowndes wears her long dark curls over one shoulder to give the illusion of greater thickness in her long hairstyle and she’s worn the look without a definite parting to give her more volume at the roots.
We’re seeing more and more images emerging of AnnaSophia Robb’s young Carrie Bradshaw permed hairstyle from filming on ‘The Carrie Diaries’. In a departure from the tight 80s curls, AnnaSophia Robb wears her hair naturally straight for maximum shine.
Georgia May Jagger’s look is a nearly-there long hairstyle. She’s whipped her long locks into a frenzy with some large leave-in rollers to create bouncy natural curls around her shoulders.
Though we know her better for her shorter styles now, still a firm favourite of ours are Fearne Cotton’s longer looks. She used to wear an ethereal long hairstyle with tousled curls starting at the ear.
Crimping is a big look for the new season. Diana Vickers wears a crimped ponytail twisted over one shoulder. The look is easy to achieve with a good pair of multi-curlers or simple overnight plaits.
Sarah Jessica Parker’s long hair has certainly seen curlier days, think Sex and The City circa 1998. But we love her beachy tresses circa now, where she uses golden highlights to add shine and texture to the body of her long hairstyle. She’s created volume at the ears and curled it round them to replicate a natural curl in their hair.
Disney teen queen Selena Gomez had us green with envy when she swished her long locks all the way up the red carpet at a Hollywood event earlier this year. With her long brunette locks all one length – save for a few weight lifting layers – her smooth and shiny tresses shone to perfection. Create yours with straighteners and a smattering of serum. Long hairstyles don’t come sleeker than this.
All-american girl Lana Del Rey has stepped out with a string of long hairstyles that us mere mortals would kill for. She goes for retro rolls using a long barrel curler and lots of hairspray.
Gossip Girl Leighton has a brunette long hairstyle to be proud of. Wearing it in a far-left parting, the body of the hair sits on her right shoulder to give her that red carpet glamour.
Poppy Delevigne, one of three sisters beautifully blessed with flowing golden locks. The non-super model sister could have fooled us with her amazing centre-parted long and glossy hairstyle.
Kerry Washington usually wears a thick fringe with her long hairstyle but she opted to pin it right back off her face to complement her bare shoulders and beautiful evening make-up. Kerry wears pins at the back on both sides with a loose waterfall of curls around the nape of her neck. Beautiful.
For a more edgy cut, we look to Jessie Ware for a range of long hairstyles. She wears her uber-short fringe to strongly contrast her long dark curls.
Model of the moment Jourdan Dunn chooses a long haircut with feathered ends to give her locks a softer look as they fall around her shoulders.
Red carpet is always the place to spot a classic vintage curl. Emma Roberts wore her long hair over one shoulder and created large curls from above her ears to make it look longer. She tucks it behind her other ear to stop the style overpowering her delicate face.
We’ve been lusting after Olivia Palermo’s style ever since The City, in which Whitney Port battled the fashionista’s strong will to succeed. Even though she’s opted for a medium hairstyle in recent months, Olivia yo-yo’s between long tresses and short styles to keep the strength in her hair. She’s twisted hair away from the face to show off her jewellery and neckline.
Skins starlet Kaya Scodelario is tearing up the small screen with her iconic leading lady roles. This girl was made for big things, which requires long hairstyles to match. Kaya wears it long and strong for extra shine and bounce – she’s got uneven curls to give the hair a natural styling.
Style icon Laura Whitmore is the one to watch. She wears her long hairstyle natural with an off-centre parting and loose relaxed waves. You wouldn’t want to take attention away from her killer outfits, would you?
Freida Pinto has the type of locks you could see your reflection in, and her long haircut is oh-so glamorous. Wear yours over the shoulder to maximise the lustrous look and twist one side to show off your features.
Screen siren Kate Winslet suits a long look and chooses to wear it big under the ears here. Her thick tresses look best in large curls to create volume which accentuates those bushy brows and killer jawline.
Our bohemian queen, Florence Welch has utterly enviable fiery red locks. She’s teamed the long look with a heavy fringe, which looks great under a statement hat.
Platinum blonde Gwyneth Paltrow shows us how chic the simple look can be. Gwyneth always opts for sleek, keeping it loose around her neck – no fuss, no questions asked.
A devotee of long hair, Blake Lively clearly knows what works for her and always looks gorgeous with that signature mane loose and with a soft curl.
This sexy senorita always makes sure there’s body and movement in her thick, voluminous hairdo. Penelope Cruz is rarely seen with her tresses tied up, instead preferring them loose and lovely, whether poker straight or in gently curling waves. One of the sexiest long hairstyles around.
Whether she wears it tousled and curly, or straight and full-bodied, Kate Hudson knows how to work an ultra-long long hairstyle. We love the loose, laid-back plait – c’est tres chic.
From the caramel complexion to the warm toffee tresses – Jennifer Aniston is truly scrumptious! Famous for her much-copied, trademark ‘Rachel’ locks, Ms Aniston has the au natural look down to a t, dazzling on red carpets with a poker-straight mane, or soft shiny waves. Our long hair idol.
When it comes to hairstyles for long hair, Oscar-winner Reese Witherspoon is an expert. She rarely changes the length of her tresses, nevertheless, her blonde bombshell barnet always looks stunning. The actress adds interest to her style with choppy layers and a side-swept fringe, proving a shoulder-length mane should never be boring.
Although Angelina Jolie has dabbled in short cuts, she’s stuck to flowing long hairstyles for the last decade, rarely changing her winning formula.
The blow dry that launched a thousand column inches, Kate Middleton had the beauty world swooning when she announced her engagement to Prince William with her full bouncing locks looking their very best. Long hairstyles don’t come more iconic than this.
Make like Nicole Richie and go glam with one-length glossy locks and gently curling waves. A pro at mixing things up on the red carpet, the starlet often experiments with her tumbling tresses – think side-swept waves or boho plaits. We. Love.
Pussycat Doll Nicole Scherzinger is famous for her ultra long hairstyles, and we love her loose, laidback LA waves, as only she wears them best. Showing her ‘do can be different, the starlet went for a sexy, braided pony during a television appearance, and opted for quirky twisted side buns as she promoted her solo album.
Deep russet locks are on the up and up – and with gorgeous stars like Isla Fisher rocking the look, it’s hardly surprising! The actress often sports tumbling waves on the red carpet, but also does sleek and chic to perfection. When it comes to hairstyles for long hair, Isla has tried them all…
Jessica Biel has Hollywood glamour down to a fine art, and her luscious long locks always prove the perfect finishing touch.
She bravely shaved her head for a role in 1997, but Demi Moore is most famous for her luscious brunette barnet. We love her long hair look best with a bit of body, blow-dried in gentle strands around her face, or volumised for va-va-voom with reams of tumbling curls.
Beyoncé’s fierce curls are perfect for adding instant glamour to any look. But it’s the diva’s poker straight tresses that really get us talking – and when Beyoncé rocks straight hair, she doesn’t do it by halves. The singer knows how to get those flyaways smooth and sleek for preened perfection and impossibly glossy locks.
Before she went for her latest chopped crop, Ashlee Simpson sported a veritable feast of long hairstyles. The star spruced up her chestnut-hued locks with a pair of simple side plaits on an evening outing in LA, but dressed down in a boho headband for a laidback daytime look.
Model-turned-actress Rosie Huntington-Whiteley really knows how to sex things up, with sizzling long locks and a smouldering stare. Try your hand at one of her long hairstyles by infusing your hair with volumising mousse and roughly scrunch drying, or tease into curls with straighteners for a fuller-bodied look.
Rachel Bilson’s light brown lowlights are the perfect accompaniment to her dewy, bronzed cheeks and glowing LA complexion. The O.C. actress loves nothing more than a laidback look, and steals the show with wavy locks or a loose ponytail.
Ever since she made her name as Monica in Friends, we’ve lusted after Courteney Cox’s shiny long locks. The actress never leaves the house with a hair out of place, occasionally twisting her gleaming tresses into a side knot, for a different take on her one-length style.
She once had flame-coloured corkscrew curls, but now Nicole Kidman favours sleek, long strawberry-blonde tresses. The starlet recently sported luscious, volumised, blow-dried locks on the red carpet, but we love her best with tumbling curls, or a pretty half ‘do.
The Queen of red carpet style, Sandra Bullock never leaves the house with a glossy lock out of place. The star went sleek and chic on Oscar night, adding a blunt fringe to liven up her look. Even a scraped back style looks lovely on this lady. Jealous? Us?
Red carpet veteran Cameron Diaz really knows how to work long hairstyles. The starlet adds attitude with cascading curls and bed head hair, or for variety, chooses a swinging ponytail.
We’re in love with lady-of-the-moment Mila Kunis, and her soft brunette tresses. Achieve her loose curls with volumising mousse, or tie back for a laidback look.
Lovely lady Megan Fox knows how to sex things up, and has showcased several sizzling red carpet looks in recent years. The brunette beauty wore loose LA waves to the MTV Awards, channeling ’40s glamour with structured curls at the Golden Globes.
Want low-maintenance yet striking locks? Easy. Tousle waist-length curls with salty surf spray for Vanessa Hudgens’ beach chic look, twist up in a high bun, or plait to the side for instant LA chic. Long hairstyles don’t come sexier than this.
Country singer Taylor Swift’s best known for her corkscrew curls and honey blonde highlights, but the songstress still looks sleek and chic with poker straight tresses and a beautiful blunt fringe. We love her laidback soft side plait, too.
Jessica Alba’s ever changing style and colour means we never get bored with the actress’ longer length. The honey-hued curls and fringe complement her golden skintone, while her sleek mahogany locks add instant red carpet glamour. The queen of long hairstyles.
Whether sleek and straight or cute and curly, Jennifer Hudson’s long chocolate locks look picture perfect every time.
Blonde bombshell Christina Aguilera’s never been afraid to sport sex kitten tresses. The Burlesque songstress sexes up her mane with tumbling red carpet waves, or goes sleek and chic with a lose pony.
Britney Spears has had some memorable hair moments in her career – who could forget the infamous head shaving? – but a blonde mane, typically with volumising extensions, has become her signature long hairstyle of choice.
Model Bar Refaeli keeps her honey-hued mane long – and who can blame her, she’s definitely got a long hair look that works.
Twilight starlet Ashley Greene may have cut her locks to play vampire Alice Cullen in the first movie of the famous franchise, but she’s opted to wear a wig for subsequent movies, in order to keep her long hairstyles skimming below the shoulder. Who could blame her?
Sex and the City’s resident brunette, Kristin Davis favours leaving her glossy locks loose and side-parted. Gorgeous!
Reality TV starlet Kim Kardashian is as well known for her uber-long locks as that famous hourglass figure.
Ever the glamazon, Kate Beckinsale’s honey-hued locks look just as lovely long and loose, as tied back in a chic, curling ponytail.
Although she often plays around with hair colour, Katy Perry keeps her locks a constant long length, opting for wigs if she’s tempted by a shorter look. Click on for more long haircuts and hairstyles inspiration…
Not a fan of the high maintenance hair look, Kristen Stewart normally keeps her tousled locks naturally wavvy in a kind of ‘I don’t care what you think’ way, a look she’s totally rocking FYI.
Lea Michele’s thick mane is a hairdressers dream. The Glee actress obviously looks after her tresses religiously- look at that shine!
Lily Collins certainly isn’t afraid to experiment with the dye bottle. The actress has tried various brunette shades from a copper brown to gothic black, all carried off with great success. Which look do you prefer?
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley is one of those stars who sticks to a look she knows she owns. And frankly, if our long locks were as perfect as her honeycombed tresses we wouldn’t start throwing dye all over the shop either!
Amy Adams gives us serious envy with her uber thick strawberry blonde do’. Totally voluminous, the actress’ hair would give any A-lister a run for their money.
Elle MacPherson is pretty much the definition of perfection. I mean, would you just look at her hair?! The Aussie babe’s signature long hairstyles will never get old. A classic beach babe look.
Brunette beauty Miranda Kerr knows that by keeping her hair just below shoulder height, she’ll keep it in the very best condition. The model works both a side and centre parting, normally adding a few big loose curls through the ends.
Dakota Fanning knows what she likes, and she’s sticking to it. The actress keeps her fine hair looking gorgeous by keeping it shoulder length and bright blonde, adding a touch of edge to her look with dark roots.
Diane Kruger always looks red carpet ready thanks to her beautiful blonde hair. The star prefers her glossy locks worn to the side with tight curls woven in between bigger loose ones.
From a full fringe to bob, Liv Tyler’s locks have been making waves on the red carpet for years. Her sleek silky long hairstyles seen here are a timeless classic.