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Long hair is great for girls as the length creates versatility, allowing for looks ranging from movie star to beach babe to bohemian and beyond. Star of upcoming biopic,Lovelace, Amanda Seyfried is a fine exponent of the art. Wearing a tumbling, asymmetrical wave cascade she captures vintage red carpet glamor. In a sleek, straight ‘do she’s a polished professional. With a center-parted, drop-down beach wave she’s a chic seventies chick. Wearing a braid she walks with the bohemian. And the trendy top-knot is a fashionista’s dream. With the right styling ideas, anyone can use their hair to shape their aesthetic; for our tips, click style notes.

Asymmetrical Glamor Wave: For this style, use protective thickening lotion and set and style spray and blowdry with a boar bristle round brush, creating smoothness and body. Make a side-part and tuck short side behind ear. Use a curling iron or wand on the long side, shaping a romantic, tumbling wave from the golden age of Hollywood.

Sleek & Straight: When going straight, generously apply shine luxe oil and blowdry with round brush till close to dry. Now switch to a straightening iron. Work from roots to ends, making hair strikingly sleek with scintillating shine.

Drop Down Beach Wave: For making beach waves, cocktail volume foam and styling whip and work through hair, roots to ends. Make a center-part. Blowdry hair with hands, lifting off the roots for volume and scrunching for natural texture. Down the sides, make tight twists in hands. Blowdry them up and down with the nozzle pointing down. Mist with primp for hold, texture and grip. If wave doesn’t take, switch to an iron or wand.

Loose Braid in the Back: For braids, use refinish to create gritty texture with grip –– to hep the entwine stay together. Sweep hair to back and make a chunky two or three strand braid out of the bulk of your hair. Tie with elastic and mist with primp for hold.

Doubled-Up Knot on the Top: We’ve already style noted this style! Go here to see.

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