Top 10 Most Beautiful Celebrity Hairstyles
10. Miranda Kerr
The perfect compromise length for women with full, thick hair who want to go short (that, and it hits the sweet spot with an off-the-shoulder top).
9. Jennifer Lawrence
Lawrence hit the press tour for The Hunger Games‘ final installment looking her best ever, thanks largely in part to a bright blonde color refresh and an edgy new haircut that’s proven itself gorgeously versatile.
8. Carey Mulligan
Make fine hair appear lush and thick with a shoulder-length chop full of subtly gradated layers throughout.
7. Gwyneth Paltrow
Paltrow’s signature even-length, chest-level cut looks just as classic and clean whether it’s parted to the center or the side and styled straight or wavy.
6. Hanaa Ben Abdesslem
Ready for a revenge haircut? Need a quick disguise? Training to be a spy or a Bond girl or a dominatrix? Order a blunt bangs + bob combo, every time.
Long, smooth, healthy hair is always in season. If you’re the kind of girl who thinks a two-inch trim is a big change, just have your stylist clean up the ends and cut thick, round layers that add movement and soft wave to your hair.
4. Georgia May Jagger
A more apathetic way to tackle bangs that have overstayed their welcome: Start skipping your bimonthly trims, part them down the middle and mist with a little hairspray to keep them at the sides like Jagger, whose three tiers of uneven layers at the front feel attainably rock-n-roll.
3. Alessandra Ambrosio
A simple mid-length cut that’s full of body and free of trendy touches works on everyone regardless of age, hair texture or supermodel status.
2. Rachel McAdams
Bobs—we love ’em, but they’re tricky to get just right (read: not at all matronly). If you have fine to medium hair, take McAdams’ lead and ask for subtle layers and thinned, piece-y ends that look good blown-out around your face or softly flipped out.
1. Dakota Johnson
Gradually taper bangs you’re trying to grow out so that they blend seamlessly into razored layers that hit at the chin and stop just above the shoulders—you’ll never hit the awkward stage.
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