Celebrity hairstyles – admit it, you suffer from serious A-list hair envy on a daily basis. Who doesn’t? We’re currently loving the bronde, as seen on Jessica Alba, and sleek, simple down do’s, just like Kourtney Kardashian at New York Fashion Week. Whether you fancy it up or down we have some inspiration on here for everything.
We’ve loved Kylie’s mix of all dfferent colours, from the pink to the blue to green and have picked up some serious hairpsiration from her instagram! Also we’re loving all the other Kardashians hairstyles, including Caitlyn’s fabulous brunette, shiny, constantly-blow-dried locks.
Since New York Fashion Week, we’ve had a few moments where we’ve kind of wished we had the time to change our hair style every single day, instead of just throwing it on top of our heads the moment before we walk ot the door. There were just so many quirky styles we fell in love with. Hailey Baldwin shows us how to rock the short hair, and the likes of Gigi Hadid show us how to look efortlessly cool with beach-style waves. The KArdahsians shiny locks just give us serious hair envy whenever we see them and Victoria Beckham’s ponytail had us scrabbling through our handbags for a bobble.
Some days you just dont have the time to wash your hair and you’ve ran out of your Batiste, but do not fear, because in this gallery we have a style that will sort out ANY bad hair day- and yes we mean ANY! No matter what colour your hair, whether its dry, frizzy, greasy, long, short, fringe, no fringe, coloured, natural. There’s always something that suits you to a T.
So, whether it’s Kim Kardashian’s sleek tresses or Olivia Palermo’s golden chestnut waves that have got you hooked, check out our round-up of the best hairstyles in celebville right now. We can already hear you speed-dialling your hairdresser…
Hailey rocks a cute pony with a seriously on-trend fringe. So for those who are sick of their short hair, take a leaf out of her book!
Jessica Alba looks effortlessly chic with this slicked back bun. This style acentuates your facial features by pulling all your hair back along with slightly pulling up your eyes and forehead- who needs botox?!
Kourtney shows Scott what he's missing with her fabulous red lip and shiny, simple hair. Less is more.
Rock boyish braids like cool-kid Sofia buy creating a large french plait over the top of your head and then weaving around smaller braids along the side.
Who doesn’t love big bouncy hair like Blake’s!? Get the look by using a volume boosting mousse and blow dry your hair with a large rounded brush, making sure you create loads of oomph at the root. Wear with a satin hairband for a cool 70’s glam spin on the look.
Up your glam with gorgeous side swept hollywood waves. Create them by tonging your hair with curlers, then gently brush the curls creating a softer, more connected curl. Finish off with a spritz of hairspray and pin on one side.
To get your pony looking as plump as Michelle’s, start off with a thickening product like a mousse and blowdry with a round brush to get super volume, then pull your hair to one side and tie into a pony.
Thought cornrows were just for rappers and 90’s wanna be cool kids? Think again, DJ Chelsea Leyland has brought them back. Divide your hair into three sections and create French plaits, keeping them as tight and close to the scalp as possible.
Go super sleek like Chrissy this weekend – this look is so easy to create but will score you major style points! Apply a wax or gel based product into your hair and comb through to the mid section. Don’t put any in the lengths of the hair, as you want to leave these natural or you risk looking like you’ve dipped your head in a chip pan. Team with a sharp tailoring and killer heels.
A loose bun is the perfect way to rock chabby chic. Gently gather your hair into a low bun with a deep side part wothout pulling it too tight. Do like Gigi and leave bits of hair out at the front for a relaxed finish.
Create Lily’s polished low pony in seconds – simply part your hair in the middle and gather into a low pony at the base of the neck. Pull out two pieces at the front to keep the look from being too severe. Finish off with a heap of hairspray to keep frizz and flyaways at bay.
Up the class by creating an underpinned bun like JLaw. Just collect your hair together at the back to form a bun, then weave and fold the hair, pinning in random sections – Voilla!
We love a cool braid and a Danish Crown is our ultimate favourite!! Unfortunately, if you’re hair isn’t seriously long, you’re going to struggle to wrap it around your head. So, plait a clip in pony instead and pin around your head, it’s the perfect hairstyle cheat!
Steal Kate Bosworth’s effortless glamour by spritzing salt spray into wet hair and scrunching it whilst drying. Use tongs to create a few loose curls and your finished result should look something like this stunning blonde style.
VB’s always been a go-to celeb for amazing hair ideas and she’s done it again with this feminine side plait. Want to copy her sleek style? Of course you do. Just tong your hair before you braid it, simple.
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley’s ultra-chic down ‘do is one we’re desperate to copy this weekend. Spritz clean hair with shine spray and use a large barrel brush to create large flicks at the ends.
Sleek and straight locks can look seriously glam, as proved by British beauty Jourdan Dunn at a Victoria’s Secret catwalk show. Emulate her golden brown tresses with heaps of serum and your best pair of straighteners.
Gwen Stefani is the queen of cool updos. Copy her sky-high bun by scraping freshly bleached locks up on top of your head, twirling the ends into a bun, then pin.
Millie’s cute off-duty hairdo has now become our go-to style for Saturdays, Sundays, maybe even Mondays, Tuesdays… (can you tell we totally love it). All you need is a little grip and a wispy, centre-parted fringe.
Amping up the glamour, Mila Kunis teases her coffee coloured locks into a retro beehive for the red carpet. Off to a wedding this year? This is one to try.
Princess of pop Katy Perry loves to experiment with her raven locks,. We love this stunning thick braided plait that lies super-sleek to her head. You’ll need a lot of patience and hairspray to recreate this smooth look but it can be done, we promise!
Work Emma Roberts’ sleek low pony for a chic Saturday look or rock it midweek if you’re after an easy updo. Just brush your glossy hair into the nape of your neck and tie. Easy.
We L.O.V.E. Taylor’s bouncy, dirty blonde ponytail. Want to copy the pretty hair bobble too? Just use a slice of your hair and wrap it around the tie already in place then pin it.
Not only are we obsessed with the colour of Alexa’s rich mocha tresses but the heavy fringe and barrel curls give her shiny locks an extra boost of volume. Divine.
Miley Cyrus styles her silvery bleached out locks into a sweeping choppy bob, turning the style into something we wish we could pull off ourselves!
Thinking about going super-blonde for summer? Why not mimic Agy’s creamy champagne shade of blonde and chop it into a bob.
Kate Middleton’s brunette tresses are always impeccably styled for public appearances, and this event is no exception. Try heated rollers and some gentle backcombing to recreate the Duchess’ voluminous ‘do.
Love the indie look? Foxes singer Louisa Rose Allen can show you exactly how to nail the edgy style. Chop in a heavy fringe and loosely curl your locks to look a little wild, then tie your tresses into a seriously high pony. You’ll be turning heads in no time.
Cheryl Cole departs from her trademark chocolate locks, going a gorgeous honey hue for SS14. For all you girls thinking about whether you should reach for the bleach, Chezza’s bound to convince you, right?
Carey Mulligan wore her cropped blonde hair swept back for the Annual Hollywood Film Awards. We have to admit, Carey’s one of the few celebs we prefer with a ccute cropped pixie ‘do.
Georgia May Jagger’s long blonde tresses always look good. We love her simple yet effortless ‘do for The British Fashion Awards, updating the natural fall of her hair with loose curled ends. Gorgeous.
Take lead from Ashlee Simpson if you want to update a simple topknot. Plait your hair into braids then twist them up on top of your head to create a high bun with a girly edge.
Amanda Seyfried has a blanket of golden locks we can’t help but swoon over. Try clip-in extensions to create the sheer volume of hair this stunning A-lister boasts!
If there’s one way to soften your look, it’s by adding a pretty accessory to your hairstyle. Nicole Kidman does just that at the annual Cannes Film Festival by tying her dusty copper tresses back into a low ponytail with a sweet black ribbon. We’re stealing this styling tip!
If you’re after a classy updo with attitude, forget smothering your locks with gels and sprays to get a sleek finish. Add some texture by roughly tying back your tresses and twisting the pony into a bun à la Olivia Palermo. It’ll give you an effortlessly cool edge.
Dakota Fanning’s pretty porcelain skin means she can pull of the boldest of hair hues. Bleaching out and toning her locks to a creamy baby beige, the American actress reminds us that peroxide blonde can look seriously expensive.
Want to add oomph to your mid-length locks? Take styling tips from the lovely Emma Stone who’s twirled pieces of her sliced blonde ‘do around tongs to give her tresses extra body. This one’s perfect for a Friday night out with the girls.
Sometimes the natural look is best – as shown by here by Elizabeth Olsen who’s let her dip-dyed locks dry without product or styling. It’s as simple as wash and go, we promise!
Growing your bob out and not sure how to style that in-between stage? Cate Blanchett shows us just how to put some va va voom into an awkward length ‘do with some pretty retro curls that frame her face.
Elle Fanning gives her edgy bleached locks a rocky edge by slipping in a pretty clip creating a side fringe that frames her fresh face.
Model Amber Le Bon has joined the dip-dye appreciation pack, styling her natural wavy locks loose and bleaching slices of the bottom a warm shade of blonde.
Kristen Stewart is all about understated glamour, tying her natural luscious locks into a cool quiffed ponytail for an evening out. Steal her easy hairstyle by backcombing your parting and flipping your fringe over to create a volume.
Poppy Delevingne knows a thing or two about cool styling, and this girly side plait takes her look to the next level. Recreate her girly ‘do by adding loose curls to your hair before braiding.
Beyoncé’s hair is all about body and glamour. What a way to show off your dramatic eye make-up and sizzling hot red lipstick than with super-long dropped barrel curls. Divine.
Ellie Goulding has given us an idea for the perfect festival hairdo! Just spray some dry shampoo into your limp locks on day 2 and plait your tresses into a cool, loose braid.
Daisy Lowe sports one of our favourite beauty trends of the last few years – the topknot. It’s easy to wear and even easier to style! Just topple all your locks into a bun on the crown of your head and pin.
This Saturdays star never puts a foot wrong when it comes to beauty. And we love her party hair just as much as her glamorous shoot styles and on-stage creations. To recreate this ‘do, pin your freshly washed locks into a french roll at the back and be sure to remember a centre parting.
Rochelle Humes never steps out the house without impeccably styled tresses. We love how she’s twirled her brunette locks into tumbling curls for the red carpet. This stunning celeb mum has us desperate for Friday night already!
Fighting the frizz this season? Make like Sandra and slather serum over your unruly locks to tame your tresses into a super-sleek ponytail.
A little glam for a breakfast? Nah, its Kimmy K. She works uber-glam styles even when she’s just got out of bed – that’s why we love her. To recreate this style, find the largest possible tongs you can and curl sections in the same direction each time.
Be bold like Vanessa White and go for an oversized bun. Just pin your locks around a hair doughnut to create the same size and volume as this chic Saturdays singer.
Festival, gig or cool night out on the tiles, Katy Perry’s off-the-wall double bun is one we’re dying to try. Tie your hair into two high bunches, twist them into topknots but leave out a section on each side to plait then pin around the base of each bun.
Love the retro look? Then January Jones is about to become your muse. Tong your bob into tight curls then brush out and set with hairspray to steal her gorgeous vintage hairstyle.
An easy, simple style for summer that’s already taking over – the neat bun. Cat Deeley’s rocking the breezy topknot like a pro by ensuring all her tresses are nicely tucked in. Want to give it a go? All you need is a bobble, some pins and hairspray to achieve amazing A-list hair.
Want to wear your hair up but hate all your locks completely off your face? Rachel Bilson’s created the perfect in-between by styling her tresses whilst down, then pinning up the back low and loose to create the impression of a bob.
Blake Lively’s thick honey tresses could rival Goldilocks in the gorgeous mane department. If you want a piece of her pretty styling, add long sunny extensions to your blonde hair before using heated rollers and lots of hairspray to achieve these tumbling California curls.
For a hairstyle that screams romance, try Nicole Richie’s pretty plaits. Take sections of your hair and braid them close to your head before pinning back all the strands into a cutesy bun. Gorgeous.
Are you rocking red hair this season? Jessica Chastain’s curled copper ‘do is one for you to emulate this weekend. Just wash and blow dry like normal before tonging the bottom with seriously large barrels.
Suki Waterhouse not only makes us jealous with her A-list boyfriend (hello Bradders), model career and celebrity pals but her hair is also a big glossy dose of gorgeous. We’ll totally be stealing her pretty side fringe this season.
Love the grunge look? Sarah Hyland’s a big fan (and so are we). She’s totally nailed the undone 90s vibe with this messy high pony tail on the red carpet. Amazing!
Jealous of all these full, thick waves on the red carpet? Fear not, if it’s fine hair you’re rocking you can look just as glam by copying Naomi Watts’ gorgeously subtle quiff. Just add root-lifting spray to wet hair and blow dry upwards.
Got short locks and aren’t a dab hand with intricate plaits and braids? Keep it simple like Fearne by adding a few loose curls into your bob, just be brave with the colour!
Need a sassy style for Friday night but don’t want to wear your hair down? Take beauty tips from Miranda Kerr and scrape your hair up onto the top of your head to recreate this messy bun.