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15 Amazing Hair Ideas for Long Hair

posted in Beauty
09/13/2014
  • As every long-haired girl knows, sometimes it can seem kind of… boring. Sure, it's super-versatile, and our options are limitless, but there are only so many buns and braids you can test-drive before you feel like your next step is a lob. We beg you not to reach for the scissors, and instead, find some inspiration in these 15 super-cool hair ideas for long hair.

  • For soft, sexy glamour, blow hair out with a round brush and gently tease at the roots.
    For soft, sexy glamour, blow hair out with a round brush and gently tease at the roots.

  • A half-up braid is especially cute with long, eyebrow-grazing bangs.
    A half-up braid is especially cute with long, eyebrow-grazing bangs.

  • Curl just the ends of long layers and tousle for natural-looking body and bounce.
    Curl just the ends of long layers and tousle for natural-looking body and bounce.

  • Once you've mastered the technique, fishtail braids are an easy way to pull long hair together in a flash
    Once you've mastered the technique, fishtail braids are an easy way to pull long hair together in a flash

  • A subtle ombré looks especially pretty and bohemian on super-long hair.
    A subtle ombré looks especially pretty and bohemian on super-long hair.

  • A knotted waterfall braid looks gorgeous atop long, glossy waves.
    A knotted waterfall braid looks gorgeous atop long, glossy waves.

  • A standard braid is foolproof—and perfect for any occasion.
    A standard braid is foolproof—and perfect for any occasion.

  • So easy—just twist two small sections of hair away from your ear on either side, then pin in the back.
    So easy—just twist two small sections of hair away from your ear on either side, then pin in the back.

  • Another example of how versatile a standard braid can be, this one has extra flair thanks to a dramatic ombré.
    Another example of how versatile a standard braid can be, this one has extra flair thanks to a dramatic ombré.

  • This slightly dressier twisted look is a unique take on a classic half-up hairstyle.
    This slightly dressier twisted look is a unique take on a classic half-up hairstyle.

  • For a fun, cheeky look, secure a high half-up ponytail with a piece of ribbon.
    For a fun, cheeky look, secure a high half-up ponytail with a piece of ribbon.

  • Make like Brigitte Bardot and tease long hair at the crown for a glamorous retro effect.
    Make like Brigitte Bardot and tease long hair at the crown for a glamorous retro effect.

  • This side braid-to-bun is one of our favorite hair looks of all time.
    This side braid-to-bun is one of our favorite hair looks of all time.

  • To get this look, simply separate the hair into sections and knot one on top of the other down the head.
    To get this look, simply separate the hair into sections and knot one on top of the other down the head.

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