Lauren Pope has deeply parted-off bangs giving them the appearance to be very long. The top of her long, all-one-length hair has been pulled back leaving the rest to hang freely. Her ends appear to have been encouraged to wave up a little which can be achieved by product and some scrunching.
Sometimes, it’s not just a ponytail, yet the way the ponytail was achieved. Hair was pulled fairly tight on the sides and on top lift was allowed and hair was gathered loosely. The ponytail itself on Lauren Mayhew has been fanned out high along the crown area.
The well-defined, large, loose curls on Anita Seelig have lots of versatility for styling. Her ringlets have been pulled back on top with a few in the front placed in a design sweep across to one side.
This wavy style of Emma de Caunes appears to have been finger combed back into its formal state. Hair has been gathered low on her head in a relaxed binding with some loose tendrils here and there giving it a boucle appearance.
Singer and musician from London, Alison Goldfrapp has deep set "finger waves" in her style that were once very popular nearly a century ago. She was either born with these locks and waves, or someone has given her lots of curl to imply that she has naturally curly hair.
More jet black hair that looks stunning, Louisa Lytton has some twists in her long mane. Her ends have just a slight bend in them, easily obtained by a quick twist of a curling iron.
Elizabeth Shue proves even shorter lengths can have long twists in their hair. These are applied to curl back off her face, though the right side has been styled a little differently, as the curls there have been separated.