Jessica Simpson would be beautiful in any hairstyle, yet these long, curly ones with fistfuls of curls are the most gorgeous, hands down. Pinning up all the top layers and working on vertical sections along the bottom first, you too can stack the coils, then leave them undisturbed for a head full of "get their attention" volume.
There are lots of bob haircuts out there and yet, somehow, they show up looking exclusive on each wearer as their individual features and hair density / texture make them unique. Here, Selma Blair looks captivating in this blunt cut look with a whisper of bangs in her coarse, yet sparse mane.
The art of securely pinning down a ‘loose’ formal style can be tricky to have it appear a bit messy, without overdoing it. Jennifer Morrison has a great evening look that is both smart and fun to wear.
No matter what the condition of the long style, the popular reliance for a formal event is to wear it in a ponytail. Whether medium or long, celebrities are relying on this very casual style for their evening look like this one on Salma Hayek.
Throughout the years of different trends, there have been young men who have let their hair grow as it just seems to really suit their appearance. Even though these boys are twins, their hair reacts differently to the tapered edges of these medium length styles that perfectly suit Dylan and Cole Sprouse.
Many long hair styles today are taking advantage of the vertical curls that leave the ends tapering off into squiggles and waves. Michelle Trachtenberg shows us how soft these large twists appear in her style as they turn the ordinary into something extraordinary.
This long style on Petra Nemcova has a few loose waves to help relieve the flattening effect of limp, straight hair. Sometimes a little product like gel or mousse helps you to hand crimp as you blow dry enough volume into your style when you don’t have a lot of time to curl or set it.