Hairstyles for Women With Long, Naturally Straight Hair
A Gorgeous, Simple Hairstyle for Straight, Long Hair
What I love about this cut is how healthy Emily Blunt’s hair looks here. It’s thick, shiny and sleek. Thick hair is a sign of health, so don’t let your stylist thin out hair too much with a razor.
Ask your stylist to cut the bottom of your hair blunt. This way the ends will look thicker and the layers will look longer.
To get this look, give yourself a professional blowout, then use a flat iron to smooth out any waves.
Are Bangs for You?
Use a styling cream to smooth bangs, such as Ireland Baldwin’s here.
Nancy O’Dell’s Super Long Locks
This long hairstyle looks great on Nancy O’Dell.
Super Long Straight Hair
This look looks great with a flat iron
Long Bangs Look Great on Christina Ricci
Heavy bangs are super cool.
Another Style With Heavy Bangs
We love this look on Naomi Campbell.
Long Hair Thanks to Extensions
For a very short while Kim Kardashian sported long, blonde locks (pictured here) before going back to her trademark dark hair.
Be Careful About Stringy Hair Syndrome
If you have long, straight hair, you may suffer from the flat hair. Add body to thin hair with a great volumizer.
Don’t Let Hair Get Too Long
Super long hair, like Isla Fisher’s here, can be aging.
Dress Up Your Hair With Waves
We love this look on Kate Bosworth.
Blunt Bangs are Hot on Long Hair
This is a daring look that not everyone can pull off. You could argue Kate Beckinsale looks better with no bangs and lighter hair, but this look is very trendy.
Casual Straight Hairstyles
Guaranteed these girls have extensions. But they look good, right?
Prim & Proper: Yes, That’s Kim Kardashian, Folks
If you have long, straight hair, you’ve got the perfect start to a bunch of amazing updos, like this one on Kim Kardashian. Updos are classy, glamorous and perfect for the holidays, a wedding or prom. Your styling needs include a curling iron to define waves, volumizing spray and hot rollers to add volume and bobby pins to keep it all together.
Add in Layers to Add Volume
This is a very flattering look on Faith Hill.