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Hairstyle Gallery: Long Hair

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    Sofia Vergara

    Sofia Vergara's long hair with long layers and a center part is one of the most-requested styles of the moment.

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    Jennifer Lawrence

    For women with straight or wavy hair, this simple cut with wispy bangs and waves is one of the best choices for a long hairstyle.

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    Lucy Liu

    To add some sex appeal to a long hairstyle, try a side part with gentle waves.

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    The secret to your best long hairstyle ever is discovering which cuts are the most flattering for your face shape.

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    Angelina Jolie

    A long, layered hairstyle with the wash-and-go, bed-head look can easily be pulled off by anyone. Make sure to apply a de-frizz serum to prevent an out-of-control mane.

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    Tame extra-long hair with a low side-ponytail for a glamorous but fresh look. Style your bangs with a retro-chic wave to get B's style.

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    Kim Kardashian

    Whether or not you enjoy their family exploits, it has to be admitted that the Kardashians have some killer hair. We love this retro-inspired look on Kim. Ask your stylist for long layers and long, side-swept bangs.

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    Brooke Shields

    Bouncy curls complement most face shape and are easily incorporated into a long hairstyle.

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    Gwyneth Paltrow

    For women with straight hair (or curly girls who can pull off a blowout), Gwynnie's classic style flatters almost every face shape.

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    Halle Berry

    A side part flatters oval, square, and heart-shape faces. Plus, this long haircut featuring feminine layers is easy to style.

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    Jennifer Lopez

    Jennifer's tousled, textured waves work with long hair on or off the beach.

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    Eva Longoria

    These super-straight strands can be achieved with blow-drying hair straight and then going through with a straightener. Make sure to use a heat-taming spray beforehand.

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    Julia Roberts

    Loose, textured waves like Julia's complement most face shapes. Ask for face-framing long layers.

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    Drew Barrymore

    Bangs are still very popular this season and this is no exception. They can help conceal a larger forehead while still being stylish.

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    Reese Witherspoon

    A long hairstyle with a middle part and the front strands pulled back exudes romance.

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    Katy Perry

    A deep side part and big, barrel curls create a classic, old-Hollywood look.

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    Rashida Jones

    Thin, flat bangs compliment women with high foreheads and straight, smooth long hairstyles like Rashida's.

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    Blake Lively

    Long haircuts with a side-parted, layered look complements oval, square, and heart-shape faces.

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    Jennifer Aniston

    If there's one star who always gets it right in the hair department it's Jennifer Aniston. Her center-part and long layers are ultra flattering and easy to wear no matter what your face shape.

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    Jennifer Morrison

    A romantic braid like Jennifer's is a trendy and cute way to frame your face -- and camouflage growing-out bangs if you have 'em. To finish off her look, use a flat iron to curl (yep, it works). Twist away from your face just along the bottom half of your hair.

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    Allison Williams

    Ladies with straight hair will look gorgeous with a deep side part, sleek, shiny locks, and uneven ends like Allison Williams.

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    Julianne Moore

    Imperfect waves are way more modern, so let your natural texture shine through, like Julianne. Soft, mussed up waves make a sexy statement.

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    Nicole Kidman

    Sure the side-braid is everywhere right now -- but it's also a totally low maintenance style, even for naturally curly girls like Nicole. Don't worry about perfection: Let bangs and wisps fly for a relaxed look.

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    Sandra Bullock

    To keep extra-long, one-length hair looking healthy be sure to use a deep conditioner once every week. This will help your locks shine like Sandra Bullocks'.

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    Taylor Swift

    T-Swift's shaggy layers and wispy bangs give this long style lots of movement.

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    Khloe Kardashian

    Khloe has been killing it in the hair game lately. We love her glamorous, long layers and center part. This is a look that will flatter almost any face shape.

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    Carly Rae Jepsen

    Long, eye-grazing bangs are great for camouflaging a larger forehead. Plus, face-framing layers are super flattering.

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    Lily Aldridge

    Lily Aldridge's hair definitely lives up to the Victoria Secret look she sports as a model for the brand. The uneven ends, loose waves, and long layers are simply stunning.

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    Selena Gomez

    If you want to rock super long locks take a cue from songstress Selena Gomez and keep some layers around your face to add shape to the look.

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    Long hair can sometimes look weighed down, but Beyonce's layers and big, retro waves keep it light -- and super-glam.

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    Hannah Simone

    New Girl star, Hannah Simone, has nailed the edgy-long hair look. We love her blunt bangs and shining locks.

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    Jessica Alba

    Blunt ends, wispy bangs, and volume at the crown make this a totally modern long hairstyle.

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