Celebrity Inspired Natural Looking Hairstyles

Natural looking hairstyles
A lot can be said for a woman who celebrates her natural beauty. While there certainly are moments when over-the-top glamour and primping can be celebrated and appreciated, it’s nice to go natural too.
Women today are on the go, more now, than ever before. They are career women, moms, wives, volunteers and so much more. It’s okay if every strand of hair isn’t perfectly in place or if you don’t have time to apply enough make up to conceal a small elephant.
Below, Hairfinder introduces celebrity hairstyles that take a more casual and natural approach, even on the red carpet!
Alona Tal's downplayed style for long hair
Alona Tal - Photo: Kathy Hutchins/Shutterstock
Some might first notice Alona Tal’s long, luscious eyelashes and lovely smile highlighted by her subtle nude lipstick and that largely, has to do with her downplayed long hairstyle. Her style is skillfully put together, yet not too done. A downplayed style gives more notice for other features that desire the spotlight.
Emily Ratajkowski's natural look for long hair
Emily Ratajkowski - Photo: Tinseltown/Shutterstock
If you look close enough you will see that Emily Ratajkowski is employing the ombré hair color technique – it’s just gradual. One of the greatest beauty tips for a natural look is to do things subtly so that you leave people wondering if you had some help or if you were born that way.
Louise Redknapp's shoulder length wash and go hairstyle
Louise Redknapp - Photo: Featureflash Photo Agency/Shutterstock
Anytime you are going through a period in life where you are short on time or you just prefer the ‘wash and go’ morning routine. Have your stylist cut long layers throughout, like Louise Redknapp has done. This allows her shoulder length naturally wavy hair to do what it is meant to do.
Meaghan Oppenheimer's long hairstyle for naturally curly hair
Meaghan Oppenheimer - Photo: Jaguar PS/Shutterstock
Weather you have naturally curly hair or you opt for a perm, having length and weight to your curls will tame them, like Meaghan Oppenheimer’s. The only thing Meaghan did before she walked out of the door was spent 5 minutes to put a few curls for definition on the very top.
Sophie McShera wearing her hair long and disheveled
Sophie McShera - Photo: Joe Seer/Shutterstock
If you’re embracing the natural looking disheveled trend an ‘absolute musts’ is keeping your long hair trimmed. It’s not a good idea to rock a messy style and have untidy ends – otherwise one risks the chance of looking homeless. Beautiful Sophie McShera knows this and that’s why she is sure to keep her ends bluntly cut.
Calista Flockhart's air dried bob for natural looking hair
Calista Flockhart - Photo: Featureflash Photo Agency/Shutterstock
Calista Flockhart’s fun, yet minimal long bob, is first air dried (yay- for being able to cut out heat!) and then a few minutes are spent twisting and manipulating the end pieces with a texturizing serum to help bring out the beautiful and natural style that her own biology allows.
Becky Hill's low maintenance style for long hair
Becky Hill - Photo by PR Photos
Blonde beauty and English singer/songwriter, Becky Hill, is a self-proclaimed low maintenance type of lass and why not? With all of that natural beauty piled into her 5’5 frame. She is sure to use quality products and styles using low heat to help keep her long hair in great shape.
Mollie King's hairstyle that doesn't require a lot of time
Mollie King - Photo: Featureflash Photo Agency/Shutterstock
Bluntly cut ends, professional products (like the Blonde Glam line) and shine spray are three things Mollie King is certain to add in to her beauty regimen. If you desire a hairstyle that doesn’t require a lot of time – spend money on professional products to insure your hair is healthy.
Kara Tointon's natural look for shoulder length hair with curls
Kara Tointon - Photo: Featureflash Photo Agency/Shutterstock
Isn’t Kara Tointon’s shoulder length hairstyle playful and interesting? Her zig zag part adds height as well as significance to her style. It gives her style a little something extra while looking like she wasn’t trying too hard. A few curls with the curling wand and a messy part and voilà, her natural look is ready!
Annabelle Wallis' natural hair look with a demarcation line
Annabelle Wallis - Photo: Kathy Hutchins/Shutterstock
Annabelle Wallis has a line of demarcation on purpose. In fact, this is becoming a popular trend, especially among blonde beauties. If this isn’t a trend you wish to embrace and don’t haven’t made it in for a root touch up, a zig zag part (like Kara’s seen above) will cleverly disguise it!