In need of amazing hairstyles for Christmas? Don’t worry ,we gath you covered with our list of “Best 10 Women Hairstyles For Christmas”. Take your time to go through our list and don’t forget to drop your comments
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1.Shaved Sides .
2. The ’20s Bob
Hands up if this photo immediately makes you break into a rendition of “All That Jazz”? Same.
The ’20s bob is a staple of the flapper aesthetic, epitomized forever by Louise Brooks, and usually involves short blunt bangs, and length that juuuuust covers the ears
3. The Mullet
Okay, stay with us here. Yes, mullets are *the* most mocked haircut of all time. But! Clearly this photo of Kristen Stewart proves they can also be high fashion. So yes, consider bringing this to your next salon appointment.
4. The Veronica Lake Eye Drape
A deep part, a sleek top, fluffy ends, and a perfectly styled curl just over the eye. These are the hallmarks of Veronica Lake’s legendary signature style, which has been a staple on the most glamorous red carpets since her reign in the 1940s.
5.The Low Pony
That’s right, a low ponytail can be high fashion! (See what we did there?) In fact, Freida Pinto rocked the look at the Cannes Film Festival, and if she can pull this grade-school classic off on a red carpet, you can pull it off anywhere.
6. Feathered Bangs.
Think feathered bangs are weird, outdated, and way too ’80s? Check out this photo of Selena Gomez and think again! The trend can definitely go very wrong (too much feathering and you’ve turned into your mom during her aerobics years), but they can definitely be edgy in the right hands.
7. The Fishtail.
Fishtails are just a fancier version of a basic braid, which has made them a mainstay at celeb events. Eva Longoria has been spotted wearing a messy/deconstructed version of the look on the red carpet, but fishtails are also a go-to for Blake Lively.
8. The Faux Bob.
Hardly a red carpet goes by without at least one celebrity wearing a faux bob (long hair that’s pinned under to create a chin-length style), but the trend dates back to the 1920s. Grace Kelly helped make it popular again in the ’50s.
9. Gelled Edges
When it comes to styling edges, the creative possibilities are absolutely endless. We’re fully living for Yara Shahidi’s swirled baby hairs + sleek side part combo.
10. The Blunt Pony.
Blunt ponytails are currently popular with the influencers and supermodels among us — in part thanks to celebrity hairstylist Jen Atkin, who has styled several of her clients with the look.
The good news? You just need some extensions and a pair of scissors to get Bella Hadid’s look. And um, maybe a hairdresser.