Many of the leading fall 2009 women’s hairstyle trends are replicating the latest looks sported by celebrities, and you can enjoy a hair makeover this season by picking something that best suits your face shape and personality. Whether you’re thinking about chopping off your long locks or need a new way to wear your shoulder-length hair, here are some of the top celebrity hairstyle trends for fall 2009 to be inspired by:
Keira Knightley’s Boyish Bob
Celebrities including Rihanna and Katie Holmes already pulled off this look successfully in 2009, and it’s making a comeback for the fall 2009 season for both blondes and brunettes. Keira Knightley’s boyish cut is a versatile and attractive look for any woman with strong features and high cheekbones. You can wear the long bangs swept to the side, or pull them back with a cute hair band for a fresh new look.
Drew Barrymore’s Elegant Bun
Drew Barrymore showed off a loose and elegant bun for the 2009 Emmys this fall, and it’s a popular look that won’t be disappearing anytime soon. If you’re looking for a simple and classic hairstyle for special events this season, consider wearing your hair in a loose bun or a sleek, tight bun with a deep part for a celebrity-inspired look.
Kimberly Caldwell’s Razor Cut Bob
If you’re looking for something super-versatile and modern, turn to Kimberly Caldwell’s short hairstyle with razored edges and thick, sideswept bangs. This fall 2009 hairstyle trend works particularly well for women with very thick hair, and is well-suited for round or square face shapes.
Hayden Pantierre’s Shoulder-Length Waves
Long and wavy hair is among the top celebrity hairstyle trends for fall 2009, and Hayden Pantierre is sporting this look for the season with loose spiral waves and long bangs swept to the side. Go for a deep side part with this look for your Hollywood-inspired style, and stick with a wide-barreled curling iron to get the loose spirals you need.
Jamie Lynn Sigler’s Chestnut Highlights
Thinking about coloring your hair for fall 2009? Turn to Jamie Lynn Sigler for inspiration with her chestnut-colored highlights that help to warm up her natural dark brown hair. The star showed off her fresh new look at the 2009 ALMA Awards by wearing her hair down in a side part with loose curls. Other options for warming up your look this season include deep red highlights, bronze highlights and an all-over color in chestnut or auburn.
From razor cut bobs to long and loose waves, you have several options for pulling off a celebrity-inspired look for fall 2009. Treat yourself to a glamorous makeover with any of these fresh new styles for the season.