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Celebrity hair is bolder and better than ever these days. See our favorite celebrity hairstyles that are popular right now.
Gwyneth Paltrow's sleek, straight look with a center part is the perfectly dressed-down complement to her stunning red lipstick. Before you break out the flat iron, be sure to spritz strands with heat protectant spray while hair is still damp.
Heidi Klum proves that revealing your roots isn’t always a bad thing. For blondes, keeping hair a little darker at the crown makes your color look richer and hair look thicker.
Bangs are back in a big way. Bonus: Copying Jennifer Garner’s not-too-blunt fringe and slightly bendy blowout can make you look younger. (Blunt bangs with super-straight hair can emphasize crows’ feet.)
Everything is right about this picture. Jessica Alba’s chocolate and caramel hair color perfectly complements her olive skin. To copy, ask your colorist to weave a mix of warm highlights and lowlights through hair.
Who doesn't covet Kate Middleton's perfect blowout? To look like royalty, blow dry small sections with a one-inch round brush and finish with a lightweight shine spray.
Scandal’s star also shines in the hair department. The key to making shoulder-grazing curls like Kerry Washington’s look soft and touchable? A flexible-hold hairspray.
No one has mastered the pixie cut quite like Michelle Williams. Ultra-short styles like this one tend to look best on women with strong cheekbones and delicate features.
If you’re hesitant about trying a shorter style, Reese Witherspoon’s long bob is the perfect way to test the waters. Plus, chopping off a few inches drastically shortens styling time in the morning!
To get super shiny hair like Sandra Bullock's, start in the shower. Make sure your shampoo and conditioner contain gloss-enhancing ingredients like argan oil.
Sofia Vergara always looks stunning in her trademark bombshell waves. To achieve, wind small sections around a one-inch curling iron, stopping a few inches below the scalp.
Not sure which of these celeb styles will work best on you? Learn your face shape and find out!