There are many different long hairstyles for 2017 for those with long hair, whether it is crimpy, curly, or stick straight. Having long hair is great, because it is very versatile and can be styled into many different ways. All different hair colors look great when they are long, because they can be formed into specific hairstyles that will complement the color. No matter what type of hair you have, you can style your long hair into many beautiful looks.
Those with long curly hair have many different options when it comes to styling their hair. While being curly is great, long hair looks great when it is straight, and this can be done with a hot iron. If you have extremely curly or frizzy hair, you may want to consider using a straightening serum or spray to reduce the look of fuzz. Another great way to wear curly hair is down, since the curls give it great body and bounce. If you have curly hair and long bangs, you can tease your bangs and clip them back with cute barrettes. This will add great body to your bangs, and make your face stand out more. Some summer looks for curly hair include big ringlets, pulled up, and even half up half down looks. Because natural curls add body to the hair, there is no need to do excessive styling on long curly hair.
Even though blondes are supposed to have all the fun, Perry’s jet black hair makes the case for the opposite. Dark brunette hues are all the more striking when you have longer lengths to work with: just ask Bella Hadid or Kendall Jenner.
But should you get bored with natural brunette hair, it’s worth taking the plunge on a platinum dye job at least *once* in your life. Case in point: Bey’s signature style of long, sweeping blonde waves.
A half-updo with longer hair is great for A) keeping stray strands out of your face B) leaving room to highlight your impressive giant earrings C) framing your face in the best of ways.
She of the luscious long locks always keeps things interesting with golden highlights, long layers, mermaid waves, and a blend of darker tones up top.
One easy way to keep your hair from falling into your line of sight: toss it over you shoulder and tie it up into a loose braid. So pretty, so simple.
Further proof that ashy, grey-infused hues are the coolest dye jobs.
Whether you’re growing out a dye job, or just looking to brighten up your dark mane, a subtle ombre effect like Alba’s is an especially easy-on-the-eyes way to do both.
Yes, it is a hassle to get an all-over platinum coloring job when you’re naturally a brunette and your hair is *this* long (read: how many hours at the salon??). But when it looks as amazing as Gaga’s ‘do, it’s worth the extra maintenance.
As Ariana Grande could tell you in a heartbeat, “long ponytails FTW.” To get Hayek’s bed-head volume, tug on the strands above the hair tie a little and push the hair tie further up your pony tail for a little more zhuzhing action by your crown.
When you’ve got long lustrous strands like Miller’s, adding another hair dimension to it (blunt bangs) only helps frame the face better. To avoid overwhelming your features make sure you’re getting regular trims or parting your fringe down the middle as it gets longer.
The longer the lengths, all the better to play with sunkissed balayage highlights like J.Law’s that add major dimension to her strands.
Because long locks + long side bangs can mean annoying hair-in-your-eyes moments, one way to skirt the issues is to curl it so flicks away from your face, like this regal side-swept bang.
There’s nothing quite like a gorgeous shade of strawberry blonde, and what better way to show off your hue like these lustrous mermaid waves?
Sometimes you don’t feel like using a curling iron to shake up your bone-straight hair, so it’s best to just work with what you’ve got. We love Selena’s satiny-smooth strands here, that are super easy to recreate with a straightening iron (or just your natural texture) and a meticulous middle part.
Phoning a friend: “How can we get bouncy ends like Rosie Huntington-Whiteley’s?” Our best guess is a round brush and some volumizing spray, plus blow-drying hair away from the face instead of curled in toward the chin.
An easy way to pull back hair from your face and clear some real-estate for your gorgeous earrings is a headband placed low on your crown. As for the flyaways, keep them in line with some hairspray.
Long strands = all the better to wear in perfect beachy waves like these. Ugh, the Delevingne sisters are too #blessed in the hair department.
Don’t knock the ease of a simple bobby pin to style your hair. Here, it plays the starring role in Emma Watson’s sleek red carpet look.
One certified way to add dimension to long hair? Long bangs, round-brushed like Kate Middleton’s adorable, poufy style.
We’re taking copious notes on all the elements of this California girl look, from the simple side braid tucked behind the hair versus the long, effortless waves on the other side.
The school-girl ribbon has never failed us in the style department. It’s the chicest way to break up a head full of hair, without doing hardly anything at all.
Tousled is great for any occasion and is really low maintenance. Loosely wrap strands around a wand curling iron like this to get these effortless waves.
How to get the perfect bedhead look: Literally wake up like this and smooth down only slightly.
It’s the London posh version of the bang puff we all loved in 2009.
Load on the layers and make it dramatic with a *super* high pony. If you aren’t blessed with long locks, use clip-in extensions to get the volume.
You know how you seem to love your curls even more the day after you’ve slept on them? Avoid curling the ends of your hair to achieve Biel’s second-day style without the poor haircare habit.
She has tried almost every hairstyle known to womankind and has pulled them all off gracefully, but these large barrel curls and side-swept bang is easily on our list of top-five Kim K. looks.
This length is the most versatile of all long haircuts, in our humble opinion. It works beautifully with bangs, which you can just part in the middle and sweep to the sides if you get sick of them. We recommend a loose, easy curl like Waterhouse’s with this cut.
Believe the hype: Ombré is still in, and it’s a great look for girls with longer strands.
There are so many ways to achieve long locks when all your attempts to grow out your mane prove fruitless. Here, Kravitz demonstrates the beauty of braided extensions.
Long and golden blonde is the best way to capture a free-spirited, Cali-girl vibe—and keeping roots dark means less time in the stylist’s chair (and less $$$ at the salon).
This has been a signature style of Paltrow’s for some time. Stick-straight with a side part—you can’t go wrong.
Nix the crazy colors and channel your inner mermaid with super-long, wavy hair like Rihanna. It’s a statement unto itself.
If you don’t have time to pull off this meticulous look, just curl your bang to perfection and pin the rest back.
The huge waves are *almost* as awesome as these highlights. Yes to everything.
You won’t see many girls with enough guts to try this. Use a skinny curling wand and curl small sections of hair. Be sure to pull the curls out just slightly to avoid the poodle effect.
Naturally curly hair typescan play up their natural texture like beauty chameleonZendaya by adding some extensions to boost their volume.
Stay fun and feminine with wispy curls and front bangs.
Never underestimate the power of a half-updo for a night out. So simple, so classic, and it even makes room to experiment with ear candy.
If you wear your hair parted the same way every day, mix it up with a super off-kilter part and some added embellishment. Draw the eye to your roots with some glitter applied just along the part. See our glitter roots tutorial for tips on how to create a sparkly mane without the mess.
A foolproof way to avoid flyaways and to pull hair away from the eye-zone is to try a slicked-back style like Kendall Jenner’s red carpet look at Cannes. Spritz some texturizing spray through hair before you blow dry and use a boar-bristle brush to boost volume by blowdrying hair back from the crown of your head.