30 Gorgeous Hairstyles for Long Blonde Hair

Long blonde hair colors

We all have our favorite blonde: a friend, celebrity, or maybe it’s YOU! We have put together our top favorite long blonde hair ideas to inspire your next bombshell look. Thinking blonde but don’t want the commitment? Ask your stylist to pop in a few ‘blondies’ to lighten up!

Long Caramel Blonde Hair

Long caramel blonde hair
Instagram @romeufelipe

A trick to boost your brown hair is with sweet caramel blonde highlights that are perfect for brightening your whole look. A soft ombre like this can create a smooth transition through your long waves and make them look sun-kissed all season.

Beige Blonde

Long beige blonde hairstyle
Instagram @mannie_mak

You can achieve a warmed up sandy look with a beige blonde ombre on your long hair and capture a shiny and sumptuous look that everyone wants this season. The dark roots plus the big waves create a whole new dimension that is ideal for any type of hair.

Rose Gold Hair

Long rose gold blonde hairstyle
Instagram @taranicolestylez

An enhanced textured rose gold hair on long hair that will please anyone this season! This cotton candy hue would suit anyone with a cold undertone and anyone willing to commit to the upkeep this enchanting hair needs.

Silvery Blonde Hair

Q&A with style creator, Florentina Marciuc
Hairstylist @ Ego Studio in Cluj-Napoca

How would you describe this look?

A healthy and well-cared hair is the dream of any woman. Luckily, that dream can come true if you turn to a professional, but for some, it takes time and patience. When applying a color, it is important to emphasize the features of the face, the color of the eyes, and the shape of the face.

There are different hair colors and hair types, which means there are no rules that can be applied to everyone. It is my advice that every woman wisely chooses.

As for the color, I can only say it is one of my favorites. I adore seeing a bright blonde which catches the looks of everyone.

Any advice for someone considering it?

The fading process is irreversible and can be aggressive with hair, but you can make sure your hair looks flawless if you follow hair stylists’ advice.

For a healthy hair, you must be prepared to invest in high-quality professional hair care products even when at home. There are certain oils for hair peak use which is excellent for all types of hair, hair masks which hydrate your hair, or a professional shampoo may also do the trick.

For this certain color, there may be the need to repeat the fading process, depending on the hair type, but this may be done only after three months because the cuticle needs to rejuvenate.

White Blonde

Long white gold blonde hairstyle
Instagram @muskhair

Q&A with style creator, Glen Brophy
Stylist @ Musk Hair in Northbridge, Western Australia

How would you describe this look?

I love this long, white blonde hair and color on my client! She is lucky to have such amazing hair which lifts so well, and she is a natural level 6. We used Wella system and professional products for coloring and care.

A twisty blowout and textured cut gave her effortless style with an undone beach wave. I love this look on most people – done hair but also slightly undone!

To create the ice blonde, we did a mix of baby lights, face-framing, and a bally through the ends to remove old color. Then using Wella color touch 10/81 10/1 and color touch emulsion we achieved this bright blonde.

Any advice for someone considering it?

Hair like this is amazing. If you’re willing to keep up with a high maintenance hair then go for it.

With the right products, education, and care, you can achieve amazing colors to suit your hair whether it is high maintenance or low.

For this color, you need the best products, regular toning, and you also need to have your highlights regularly done about every 8-10 weeks.

Buttery Golden Blonde

Buttery blonde straight hair
Instagram @mg_hairstyles

Q&A with style creator, Melissa Galich
Hairstylist @ JoDavi Salon in Trumbull, CT

How would you describe this look?

It’s a rich buttery blonde balayagelight brown root color blended with baby lights and balayage to create a seamless look from top to bottom.

I️ love the rich tonality and dimension of the long blonde hair. This gives her the ability to wear I️t naturally straight or curl it, and the color will just pop.

Any advice for someone considering it?

Balayage is a perfect style for just about anyone, but for this look, there are a few factors to think about.

Straight hair which is fine to medium would be more ideal for this look. A coarser texture would not achieve the same results and not look as good on a day to day basis.

This picture is actually of someone with red hair. The lighting and her fresh new balayage give the illusion of a brunette color. This color would be perfect for a redhead looking to brighten up her color for summer.

A balayage is a great color choice for someone who doesn’t want to be in the salon every 6 to 8 weeks. A balayage can look good anywhere from 12 weeks to only have to get it done twice a year.

Champagne Blonde

Champagne blonde wavy hair
Instagram @alyssamurphhhh

Q&A with style creator, Alyssa Murph
Hairstylist @ Salon Gioia in Staten Island, NY

How would you describe this look?

This is a champagne pop! This type of long blonde hair color is my personal favorite because it has some good ol’ traditional highlights around the face, but still has the balayage/rooted look with what I call a “shadow root”.

I match my clients natural base color and drag it down just a bit with an opaque demi-permanent gloss for a more natural effect. Top it off with some beach waves, my go-to style for the summer. This style is easy and effortlessly beautiful!

Any advice for someone considering it?

Please keep in mind that getting to this shade of blonde can be a process! Especially if you have a build up of previous colors in your hair. It takes patience and a lot of TLC to maintain long, healthy, blonde hair. Make sure to always keep up with your haircuts (even if it’s just a baby trim!) every 10-12 weeks. Using the right products at home is super important.

I always recommend using a sulfate free, color safe shampoo for daily use and a blonde/purple shampoo for weekly use to keep your blonde bright and brass free!

All Over Platinum Blonde

Q&A with style creator, Julie Holbrook
Stylist @ Ave Salon Fashion & Bridal in Ogden, UT

How would you describe this look?

This is an all over blonde for long hair. I placed the bleach/lightener on the scalp so the growout line is going to be a little more intense than if you did highlights, but it gives you a more extreme blonde color!

My favorite part is that this look is beautiful, soft, and extreme all in one! For those who always want to be more blonde, this is the look for you!

Any advice for someone considering it?

You need to be dedicated to getting into the salon and getting this look touched up to maintain the color. You need to plan to be in the salon every four to six weeks for touchups. Using purple shampoo in between services will help to maintain that white silver tone.

Seamless Blonde Highlights

Q&A with style creator, Lauren Desautels
Level 1 Stylist @ Salon Bogar in Londonderry, NH

How would you describe this look?

This long hairstyle and color is seamless. The highlights flow right into the layering allowing the two to accentuate one another.

My favorite part about this look is that it’s so versatile. She is nice and bright, and the blonde is balanced out perfectly with the lowlight to allow the hair to show movement and depth. You can wear this look in any style (straight or wavy) and it will look amazing! A more straight/sleek look will give you an overall lighter effect, while wearing it wavy will show off the dimension and ribbons of color more dramatically.

Any advice for someone considering it?

This style is really great for most hair types, specifically fine to medium textures. I usually recommend coming in every 10-12 weeks for both the foils and the haircut.

For someone that wants to preserve their blonde and keep it bright, I highly recommend using a purple shampoo once a week, specifically the LANZA Silver Brightening Shampoo.

Modern-Day Chamomile Blonde

Modern-Day Blonde hairstyle
Instagram @megan_thomas_furr

Q&A with style creator, Megan Thomas
Stylist @ Furr Hair in Cape Town, Western Cape

How would you describe this look?

This is an all natural, modern-day long blonde hairstyle.

My favorite part about this look is that the client gets the illusion of extremely blonde looking hair because none of the ends were left untouched, but it’s still never low maintenance because I used babylights and a fading out technique at the top to make it very natural looking.

Healthy hair is my number one priority, especially when it comes to blonde hair. With this look, we can see that the hair has stayed in an impeccable condition because it’s full of life and has an amazing amount of shine.

Any advice for someone considering it?

This ideal client is one that is willing to make her way to the salon every three months to have the color refreshed. She also uses great home care products. My favorites are Matrix Brass Off shampoo and conditioner because they have toning agents built in.

The styling of the hair is always important when it comes to this sort of color as it will always bring out the best in the color. A nice blow dry for movement or a few waves will keep the color looking up to date and extremely modern.

Women with a finer hair stands will benefit most from a look like this because that hair type can handle color best. It also helps make the hair look much fuller.

In terms of which skin tone suits this type of color best, women with a fair skin tone can pull of cooler blondes better then any other skin type.

Neutral Ashy Blonde Balayage + Babylights

Q&A with style creator, Kendra Hamby
Professional Hairstylist & Makeup Artist @ Beauty by Kendra Hamby in Atlanta, GA

How would you describe this look?

This is a neutral ashy blonde balayage with babylights!

I did what I like to call “foilayage” on this client, which is just a combination of a full highlight and balayage. It’s the easiest way to brighten a client up all over and give them dimension. I love to use this technique for color corrections because it works great to break up an old color.

My favorite thing about this color is the dimension that it gave her natural level 7/8 hair. It brightened her up perfectly for spring!

Any advice for someone considering it?

Since this look does bring the brightness all the way up to the root, I’d say this is a higher maintenance color that requires six to eight week touch ups for most, especially those with a dark base/bright blonde contrast. I also tell my clients to come in after four weeks to re-tone and refresh their color between appointments!

I recommend Pravana’s The Perfect Blonde shampoo and mask, and Keracolor’s platinum and/or silver conditioner, which is safe for every-wash use. Aftercare is a must if you want your locks to stay hydrated and ashy!

Light Blonde Icing Balayage

Q&A with style creator, Taylor Range
Hair Designer / Colorist @ Belli Capelli The Salon in Andover, MN

How would you describe this look?

This look is a balayage! I love that it is natural looking and a very low maintenance color that can be tweaked and especially laid out for anyone.

Any advice for someone considering it?

If you’re looking for something that is easy and only needs to be touched up a couple times a year, this look is for you. Just keep in mind that it might take a couple of sessions to achieve the level of lightness desired.

Ashy Blonde Balayage

Q&A with style creator, Ella Gjekaj
Hair & Make-up Artist @ FIAZ Salon and Spa in West Bloomfield, MI

How would you describe this look?

My client hadn’t colored her hair in a year, so I ended up doing lots of fine babylights off the scalp and melting the top of her hair so there is no line of demarcation. Her hair lifted to the desired level I wanted and I was able to tone her hair down with ash to get an overall ashier tone to the hair.

My favorite thing about this look was the effort I had to put in and the creativity I used to achieve the look my client wanted. She didn’t want the traditional highlighted look but wanted it to close enough so she wouldn’t have to come back for another three to four months.

Any advice for someone considering it?

Ensure you are using the proper shampoo and conditioner, use a blue/purple shampoo on the hair once a week to keep the color on the ashy side. I also suggest applying a heat protectant before using any tools in order to not compromise the integrity of the hair because it will be sensitive due to the lightening process.

This type of color looks great with a beach wave and is a low maintenance color. That is probably my favorite thing about it.

Lived-In Golden Blonde

Q&A with style creator, Natalie Palomino
Stylist / Owner @ North Salon in Corona Del Mar, CA

How would you describe this look?

I love this color! I tend to specialize in blondes, and this is definitely one of my signature looks. Gone are days of mass foil highlights that deliver an unnatural, stripe-like look. We want to look brighter and softer, but natural, much like the natural highlights given to a little girl by the sun in summer.

This process definitely offers that look. This client not only wanted to have a soft and creamy blonde, but we were also working with grey coverage. We did a base color that delivered a beautiful beige tone because the last thing we want is warmth or brassy roots. I then used a combination of panels, babylights, and balayage to create a soft, lived-in look. “Lived-in” was coined to describe a highlight that looks like it has naturally occurred from living in the sun. It can be a great way to describe a look to your stylist when seeking this outcome.

Any advice for someone considering it?

This look is perfect for most. It is economical because you can usually get away with three months or more between highlight services. The softer highlights and visible deeper root color leaves a ton of room and time for new growth.

It is important to know that the lighter you want to go, depending on your natural hair color, the longer it may take to achieve this light of a blonde. Take your time and ensure your stylist does what is needed to maintain the integrity of your hair. I am a huge proponent of Olaplex. Olaplex is a bond-building product that protects and even strengthens your hair during the coloring or lightening process. I also recommend visiting your stylist at least once a month for a professional Olaplex treatment. This will ensure your hair is strong, healthy, and maintains that beautiful color.

If you are susceptible to warmth or yellowing of your blonde over time, I recommend using a purple shampoo and conditioner like Davines Alchemic Shampoo and Conditioner. It is a beautiful purple hue. The purple cancels out any brassiness that may rise up in your hair due to fading, sun rays, and the environment.

What is great about this look is that it is perfect for any face shape. It all comes down to placement. Are you trying to elongate a round face or are you trying to soften narrow features? How high or low your highlights begin from your root can have a huge impact on what you are trying to achieve. Go in for a consultation with your stylist and collaborate on the best plan for you!

Lived-In Rooty Blonde

Q&A with style creator, Allison Cole
Stylist @ Salon Carbon in Conroe, TX

How would you describe this look?

I would describe this look as a rooty, lived-in blonde with marshmallow, vanilla an platinum hair color tones. I love how the shadow root transitions to the bright blonde ends and how healthy, shiny and reflective her hair is.

Any advice for someone considering it?

My advice for guests considering this look would be to make sure you’re prepared for the amount of time it takes to produce this end result. If it’s achievable, you’ll need to maintain the hair with professional products. The proper shampoo, conditioner, treatments, thermal protectants, styling products and tools protect the integrity of the hair. It can be costly, but is well worth the investment.

It’s also important to trim your hair regularly, especially if you want to maintain or keep your length. For styling this look, you just need a product with good memory, a thermal protectant, and a large barrel curling iron.

Bright & Dimensional Sandy Blonde

Bright & Dimensional hairstyle
Instagram @platinum.gypsy

Q&A with style creator, Tara Weinberger
Stylist @ Fox And Jane Salon in New York, NY

How would you describe this look?

I love this look so much because it is so soft and natural. It maintains its brightness while still having plenty of dimension. You’re not sure if she’s just naturally that blonde or if she had it colored.

Any advice for someone considering it?

This look is for the girl who hates her roots, who wants to be really bright and blonde, but is low maintenance and doesn’t want to be in the salon every six weeks. The upkeep for this is about every three months. I used a mixture of babylights and balayage so that she has that brightness, but also still has the depth and dimension that will let her have a smooth and soft grow out.

To prep her hair for styling, I washed with R+Co Atlantis moisture shampoo and conditioner. I prepped towel-dried hair with R+Co One Prep and High Dive. We rough dried the hair to 90% dry, then finished with a large round brush to smooth.

Next, I sectioned out the top half of the hair in a horseshoe shape from temple to temple and sprayed with R+Co Outer Space. With a 1 1/4-inch curling iron, lightly wrap each section around the iron, repeating with top section. After curling, simply shake out the hair for a perfectly tousled look!

Modern Dirty Blonde

Q&A with style creator, Courtney Bodger
Technical Colour Director @ Joey Scandizzo Salon in South Yarra, VIC

How would you describe this look?

This is a very modern blonde foiled look. We like to call it a lived-in blonde. Gone are the days where you put 1,000 back to back foils in someone’s head. Now it is all about the placement of the foils, where you put them and why. At the moment we are making the roots more natural and going slightly heavier around the face and on some of the ends.

I love the brighter hairline on this look and how natural the roots are. It will grow out beautifully for up to the next three months!

Any advice for someone considering it?

If you are an existing heavy foiled blonde client wanting to change your look to this type of blonde, you may feel slightly darker, but will actually look blonder with less maintenance and damage.

If you are a brunette wanting to lighten, it may take a few appointments to achieve this dream color. You will feel the texture change, but it is a good way to try blonde in a low maintenance way.

Healthy Ash Blonde

Healthy Ashy Blonde hairstyle
Instagram @itskylekyle

Q&A with style creator, Kyle James Engman
Hairstylist @ Studio K Hair Designory in Pasadena, CA

How would you describe this look and what is your favorite thing about it?

I would describe this look as a healthy ash blonde hair color. It is not quite platinum, but still vibrant and beautiful.

One thing I love about this look is all the possibilities since she now has the perfect canvas for any creative color. She loves how blonde we were able to get her, with very little damage. It wasn’t easy and it took several processes, but her hair is healthier and blonder than ever! Even though she loves the blonde hair, she’s definitely thinking of what to do next with her healthy blonde hair.

What products do you recommend to maintain and recreate this look?

As far as products to maintain the look, I suggested several products for her to help keep the integrity of the hair, as well as maintaining the tone. I suggested a moisturizing cream like Atlantis from R+Co. This can be used as a leave-in or a blow-out cream. She will also do regular at-home Olaplex treatmeants using no. 3.

Since she does like to flat iron and curl her hair, she uses a thermal protectant spray to give a little more security and prevent her ends from getting damages. The last product is No Yellow purple shampoo from Fanola. As she washes her hair, the toner will fade out, so I suggested that she lathers her hair with the purple shampoo at least once a week to help keep those beautiful ashy tones nice and vibrant.

What type of client would you recommend this look for?

I recommend this look to anybone who is willing to use the right products, take the time out of their daily routine to make sure their hair is healthy, and isn’t afraid of change. Change can be nerve wrecking sometimes, so they have to be mentally prepared for such a big change.

Being such a beautiful, ashy blonde can take a lot of maintenance. It has to be properly taken care of in order to keep it fresh and healthy once they leave the salon.

Lived-In Center Parted Blonde

Q&A with style creator, Baylie Cone
Stylist @ Platinum Studio in Orem, UT

How would you describe this look and what is your favorite thing about it?

I am totally obsessed with this look we achieved! We were going for a lived-in blonde that was a little rooty, but still blonde enough around her face to make her feel really light.

What products do you recommend to maintain and recreate this look?

Keeping this tone can be difficult if you aren’t using the right products. For shampooing, you should be using a purple shampoo once every couple of washes, followed by a very hydrating conditioner. Every other time you wash your hair, you still need to use a hydrating conditioner and a color-safe shampoo. I recommend Milkshake Silver Shampoo for a purple shampoo and Pureology Hydrate for everyday use.

Aside from shampoo and conditioner, I am a firm believer in a good leave-in spray. Pureology 21 Essential Benefits is going to help keep your hair feeling good after the shower and protect you for any heat damage. Lastly, I always always recommend an oil! Blondes can be very fragile and oil help keeps those ends shiny and strong. Gold Lust Oil from Oribe is incredible!

What type of client would you recommend this look for?

This look is my go-to for any college girls or simply anyone who has a busy schedule and can’t make it into the salon a lot. It gives them the grown out look, but is still bright enough around their face to make everything still pop. It is beautifully blended so the growout line won’t be too harsh!

Long Blonde With Layers

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Q&A with style creator, Amie Jorgensen

Hairstylist @ Giuseppe Franco Salon in Beverly Hills, California

How would you describe this cut and color and what’s your favorite thing about it?

Her natural hair is frizzy and wavy, so for the haircut I wanted to give her long layers and a long fringe. In regards to the color, we wanted to achieve an effortless beachy blonde. The complexion of the client will determine the tone of the color that will be most flattering. For this particular client, I wanted to give her more of a French vanilla blonde to compliment her fair skin.

How could someone recreate this style at home?

1. Apply product to damp hair. I used Big Sexy Hair Core Flex Leave-In Reconstructor on mid lengths to ends. It is an amazing hydrating leave-in for processed color, especially blondes. I also used the Wella EMI Sugar Lift Spray for volume and hold.

2. Rough dry the hair until it is 50% dry. Then, using a nozzle to smooth the cuticle, blow dry your hair section by section, making sure you have enough tension to smooth the hair from the roots to the ends. Blow the hair away from the face to create volume at the roots and a bend on the ends.

3. Once the hair is completely dry, flip your head upside down and shake it out with your fingers for an effortless look. Use a flexible light hold hairspray to finish the style.

Which products would you recommend to help create and maintain this look?

I love the Ibiza B4 Blonde Extended Cork Brush for blowouts and Kenra Design Spray 9 for finishing.

Beachy Wave

The ease of sultry sea salt waves won’t be going anywhere anytime soon! Try this look on your long blonde locks. The best part of this style is that you can achieve this look without using heat!

Long Hairstyle with Beachy Waves

How To Style:

1. Spray damp hair with texturizing spray or sea salt spray.

2. Create several braids (more braids = more waves!).

3. Let hair air dry.

4. Pull out the braids, gently brush through and you’re ready to go!

BONUS: Sleep in braids and awake to a quick and easy, fuss-free morning.

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

Anyone can wear this style. To do this ‘no heat’ version, the longer the hair the better for the braids

Recommended Products:

We love the Surf Spray from Bumble and Bumble or Hydra-Boost Texturizing & Volumizing Spray.

Curly Dark Blonde

A great way to add some volume to your hairstyle is by adding some serious curls.

curly dark blonde

How To Style:

1. Prep hair with a thermal protectant.

2. Dry hair using round brush to create volume at the crown.

3. Take small sections (about one inch) and curl, working from neckline to crown.

4. Let curls cool or ‘set’.

5. Lightly finger comb through the curls, keeping the structure of the curl in tact.

6. Finish with a strong hold hairspray.

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

Square, round or oval face shapes work well with curl to help soften and balance out the face shape by bringing the volume up. Medium to fine hair will hold curl well with this style.

Recommended Products:

Use Onesta Volumizing Foam on damp hair for weightless volume. Green Tea and Milk Thistle will give these curls beautiful shine.

Sleek & Straight

A great way to show off your beautiful blonde hair color is by going long, sleek and straight.

sleek straight hair

How To Style:

1. Spray damp hair with thermal protectant.

2. Use a large round brush or paddle brush to dry hair.

3. Using a flat iron, go though each section of hair, making sure the heat is high enough to minimize the number of passes through your hair, but low enough not to cause damage. Get a glossy finish with a shine or smoothing product.

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

Any face shape or hair type can pull off this look.

Recommended Products:

The perfect product for those with fine hair is the lightweight Bamboo Smooth Kendi Dry Oil Micromist.

Long Layers

Want to do something new to your hair while still keeping the length? Ask your stylist to put a few layers in your next cut. This is also a great strategy for removing excess weight and adding more movement.

 Blonde Hairstyle with Layers

How To Style:

1. Spray damp hair with thermal protectant.

2. Using a large round brush dry your hair section by section.

3. Finish with a holding spray.

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

A square face shape will benefit from the softness long layers provide, while round face shapes benefit as the layers will help elongate the face. Any hair type can benefit from layering!

Recommended Products:

Air Control Hairspray by Aveda won’t weigh your hair down and will give it flexible movement.

Blunt Bangs

A heavier bang is not for the light at heart, but it will give your hair an entirely different look.

Hairstyle with Braid and Blunt Bangs

How To Style:

1. Spray damp hair with thermal protectant.

2. Blow dry straight down using a paddle bush.

3. If needed, smooth over with a flat iron.

4. Pull your length over to the side and create a loose three-strand braid to achieve the look in this photo.

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

A heavy bang works best on those with oblong or oval faces to create even symmetry to the face. This style is best for those without natural curl in their hair, unless you are willing to put in the extra work!

Recommended Products:

Using an organic base of Aloe Vera, Kasia’s Off the Fritz will prevent frizz while protecting your hair against thermal and environmental damage.

Beautiful Braid

This is an easy go-to for those days on the run, looking sassy at the gym, or when you want that extra 10 minutes of sleep in the morning.

Hairstyle with Braids

How To Style:

1. Spray damp hair with thermal protectant and texturizing spray.

2. Roughly blow dry your hair or for the super on-the-go days, skip this step

3. Pull all of your hair to one side and braid

4. Gently massage and pull the braid apart to achieve the thickness and texture of the braid in on this model.

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

Any and all face shapes and hair types can wear this look! Those with finer hair will have most success by NOT skipping step number two.

Recommended Products:

To create an even more dramatic look, use Kevin Murphy’s Powder Puff Volumizing Powder during step number four.

Face Framing Layers

This look has lots of layering done, bringing extra attention to your bombshell face! This is another great way to keep your length, yet change your shaping and pull out facial features.

Layered Blonde Hairstyle

How To Style:

1. Spray damp hair with thermal protectant.

2. Using a large round brush, dry your hair section by section, alternating bending sections towards and away from your face.

3. Finish with a holding spray and light texturizer to create “piecy” ends.

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

This look is great for those with heart shaped faces and fine hair. Keeping the ends longer and more blunt around the parameters will create a fuller visual, while bringing layers up front gives body.

Recommended Products:

Use ColorProof FiberBlast Texture Crème to create texture on the ends of those face framing layers.

Half Updo

This is an easy yet versatile look to change up your hairstyle for the week. Half up is also a nice way to glam up your soft blonde curls for a special event, or just to simply get your hair out of your face!

Half Updo Hairstyle with Curls

How To Style:

1. Prep hair with a thermal protectant.

2. Dry hair using round brush to create volume at the crown.

3. Take medium sections and curl working from neckline to crown.

4. Backcomb and smooth over at the crown.

5. Pull back and pin desired amount of hair.

6. Finish with a strong hold hairspray.

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

Everyone can use their imagination and have fun with this look.

Recommended Products:

For those volume lovers out there, try Moroccan Oil Root Boost.

Side-Swept Bangs

Adding a sexy side-swept bang is another great way to vamp up any of the hairstyles we’ve discussed, but without making a major cutting commitment!

Hairstyle with Curls and Side Swept Bangs

How To Style:

1. Prep hair with a thermal protectant.

2. Take medium sections and curl working from neckline to crown, curling away from the face.

3. Curl bangs to desired side.

4. Lightly comb though curls.

5. Finish with a medium hold hairspray.

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

Round and heart shaped faces with medium to fine hair will benefit most from these side-swept bangs.

Recommended Products:

Try Kevin Murphy’s Body Builder Mousse to create the perfect side-swept bangs.

Hair Accessories

A fun way to sass up your hair is to use accessories! Flowers, headbands, and glammed up bobby pins are all easy items to add interest.

Headband Accessory with Flowers

How To Style:

1. Prep hair with thermal protectant.

2. Taking large sections, curl hair away from your face.

3. Brush through to soften the curl.

4. Spray with light hold hairspray.

5. Simply add in a cute headband, embellished hairpin, flower, beautiful hair tie, or barrette!

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

Everyone can enjoy accessorizing their long golden strands – just use your imagination!

Recommended Products:

Spritz the hair for a beautiful full finish with Kasia Organic’s Hydra Boost Texturizing & Volumizing Spray.