Stella Maxwell stunned at the 2018 Met Gala, with these longer than long beach waves. All of the texture.
Messy buns took over the Grand Palais, during Chanel’s PFW show.
The models’ hairdos were an ode to French hair, effortlessly chic and nonchalantly cool. The top knot is perfect for those with long locks as it needs quite a bit of length to look that voluminous.
Hair was dramatically swept over to one side at Anna Sui, with a messy texture that made it seem oh-so-effortless. On your next dirty hair day, flip the majority of your lengths over to one side, spritz in some dry shampoo and gently tousle your roots with your fingers to add lift. Changing your hair parting is almost as good as a wash.
For the Rapunzels out there, long braids were spotted on the Alexander McQueen runway during London Fashion Week. The style is classic and easy to copy – a major win!
Slicked-back curls are gorgeously sultry, especially when paired with dark smoky eye makeup.
These cute double buns were seen on the AW17 catwalks – and we’ve loved them ever since!
As seen on the Louis Vuitton catwalk, long hair with a deep side-parting never goes out of style.
Gigi Hadid once again giving us major hair goals, sporting a super long and super straight look on the Versace runway. Can we just take a minute to appreciate her glowing skin, too?
You’ve probably seen Kim K rocking wet locks at events lately – we don’t blame her, it a great modern style for long hair and looks fierce every time.
Half-up-half-down ‘dos can be super edgy, or super chic. This slick wrapping effect is an ode to elegant (and yet modern) hairstyles.
The best thing about having long hair is being able to experiment with pretty and creative styles. We adore this part plait, part down ‘do.
Want to do something a little different with your long plait? How about a chic twisted style, like this one? Scruff it up to make it look super beachy.
How sweet are these pigtail plaits? Add some volume and texture into the upper part of your hair to recreate this look.
Add an edge to your low ponytail by slicking back your style.
Right now, it’s all about the twist, which looks stunning on longer hair (and also helps to keep hair off of the face).
We also love this twisted ‘do – it’s simple yet intricate and endlessly chic. Oh, and pretty easy to recreate!
A simple way to style long hair? Simply wear it down and add in a pretty hair accessory. Our advice? The more sparkles, the better.
Pull a few strands loose from your simple low plait and tie with a ribbon to master this chic Parisian look.
Let your natural waves shine through by brushing towel dried hair through and leaving to dry naturally.
A simple slicked back low ponytail is a timeless classic. Finish with a high shine hairspray for a fashion forward look.
Pull wet hair back into a loose, undone bun and spray into place for a fabulous-but-in-a-hurry finish.
A super-neat side braid is a sure-fire hair hit. We love this look; it’s very Wednesday Adams meets runway kween.
Go braid-crazy with a three-way braided down-do. This style is perfect for festival season, no?
Dig out those straightening irons and go for a classic centre-parted down-do to achieve this chic Chanel blow-out.
Long locks keep escaping from low casual buns? Add a pretty fresh-cut flower to take your look from the everyday to special occasion-ready. We love this look for festivals and summer weddings alike.
A glamorous blow-dry is completely timeless. Tong some curls through your side-parted locks and gently brush out, before setting with a light-hold hairspray.
This super-sleek up-do would be perfect for weddings or dinner dates.
A loose down-do is a laid-back off-duty style. Opt for a crooked centre-parting for a too-cool-to-care finish.
Now that’s full-flavour behaviour! To achieve this voluminous down-do, pack as many spiral curls in as possible, brush them out and then back-comb into place.
A twisted up-do is perfect for keeping long locks out of your face but still keeping your look pretty.
Thought this look was just for around the house? Think again – if Celine thinks a tucked-in pony is chic, that’s good enough for us.
Add a little volume at the roots by combing your fingers through and gently lifting once the style is complete.
Go from long hair to pixie crop in an instant with a super-slick side-swept up-do. Styling when wet and adding a gel-based product really gives this style a chic finish.
A wet-look up-do is the perfect hairstyle for experimenting with bright make-up.
A slicked-back high bun is the perfect style for summer, and easy to achieve with mid to long-length locks.
Why over-complicate things? If you’re blessed with long, healthy locks, a simple centre-parted down-do can be extremely chic. As Cara demonstrates.
This look can be achieved by blasting towel-dried hair with a hairdryer and then leaving to completely cool in large velcro rollers.
Focus on the front of your hair, ensuring that your fringe or layered locks curl gently over the eye and away from your face to really frame your features.
Don’t write off wet-look styles for longer hair. A simple ponytail looks great with a wet-look twist.
Go nuts with a statement twisted up-do.
Don’t underestimate the power of a simple, sleek low ponytail. Slick hair straight back from the face for a fashion-forward finish and keep in place with a spritz of high-shine hairspray.
Sex up a loose up-do or pony with a sweeping side-parting and super-smoky eye make-up.
Keep your parting random and crooked for the ultimate undone-up-do or off-duty ponytail.
Bedhead-hair gone wild – backcomb, backcomb, backcomb to really pump up the volume.
Try heated rollers to create super-sized curls.
Are you cool enough to pull off the tricky wet-look down-do? It’s all about confidence – so make sure you have it in bags.
Be oh-so-retro with a sleek side-swept low bun: we love.
Loose, centre-parted waves are easy to achieve: just let your hair dry naturally, kinks and all, and then smooth with a finishing serum for added shine.
Why not take your side-parting to the extreme?
The milk-maid braid is an all-time favourite. Just split your hair into two pigtail braids and then pin up over your head, adding a pretty hairband to finish.
Gently braid back a section from each side of the face and meet them in the middle.
A statement fringe (not necessarily this much of a statement) is a great way to shape your face when you have longer locks.
Backcomb at the roots for a messy, bedhead finish.
Add a girly headband to your side-braid for a younger finish.
Let a couple of strands fall forward from your side-swept up-do for a softer finish.
Hair this large demands a strong lip. Make yours a glossy red.
Pep up a simple twisted up-do with one of Dolce Gabanna’s stunning hair accessories. Or create your own with a mix and match of grips and charity shop jewellery.