More Style Ideas for Long Hair
Khloe Kardashian’s curls look extra-gorgeous thanks to some randomly placed caramel-hued highlights. Ask your colorist to brighten a few pieces around your face as well as some chunks at your ends. Or go at it yourself with L’Oréal Feria Multi-Faceted Shimmering Color.
A little bit of height in the front and some pieces sticking out in the back prevent Taylor Swift’s bun from looking too severe. Tease the roots by your forehead before sweeping all of your hair back into a mid-level pony. Wrap the tail into a bun, leaving out the ends.
Soft, loose curls are still really hot, but if you’re looking to switch up this look just a bit, keep your bangs or shorter face-framing pieces sleek like Reese Witherspoon does here. The effect works best if your fringe is long and wispy.
To get Alicia Keys’s beautiful spirals, make a deep side part, then wrap sections of hair around a 1-inch curling iron. Smooth a few drops of shine serum over the curls.
For Becki Newton’s playful chignon, part your hair to one side and twist it into a big, loose bun about an inch above the nape of your neck. If you have really fine or naturally straight hair, add texture before you put it up with mousse, then blow-dry with a diffuser.