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Emmys award-winning actress Claire Foy must still be recovering from the big win. She has come home victorious after winning the award for her role as Queen Elizabeth 2nd in the Netflix series The Queen. She may have looked regal and elegant as the queen but she certainly does not in The Girl in the Spider’s Web. You will be shocked when you see her transformation. If you want to see some of Claire’s best looks keep reading for inspiration and, as always, if you try some of her looks tag us #wearcliphair.
The side-swept crop
This style is actually the grown out version of the bowler cut she wore in The Girl in the Spider’s Web. Unlike the bowler cut, this style is super elegant. I love the flowy fringe at the front which keeps the look feeling feminine and versatile. She has gone for a side part here to show off her eyes but it would also look great swept back.
The blonde bob
Before she started filming The Queen Claire Foy was loving showing off her lion’s mane look. She has always been partial to shorter hair and this bob is so on the trend we don’t blame her for loving it. Blunt cut bobs have been so popular the last couple of years and Claire has opted for a slightly shorter bob, which looks so cute. We always see her with her natural blonde locks but she looks great with the bright blonde as well. If you are dying your hair or Cliphair extensions this shade, don’t forget to use lots of toners so it doesn’t go brassy.
Short and sexy
This is a different version of the first look. She is rocking her short hair at the moment and it really suits her. If you are thinking of trying a short look but worried about feeling unsexy, don’t. This look proved that a bit of wax, slicked-back hair and a fab lipstick is all you need to turn up the heat. Short hair doesn’t have to be a permanent thing extension can easily be attached to short hairstyles as long as the hair is a couple of inches long. I personally think tape in hair extensions are the best for short locks.
The royal treatment
This is the iconic look we all associate with Claire Foy for now. She certainly embodies the royal spirit brilliantly and this hairstyle is thought of as iconically queenly. If you look at it without the crown this style has been popular since the 40’s and has been worn by royals, celebrities and regular people alike. Volume and curls are the key things to achieving this style and the best part is that looks amazing with any length of hair. Make sure you add some oomph to your crown by teasing your roots a little. Even if you don’t want to lengthen your locks adding one or two pieces of hair extensions will help with this. The must-have is hairspray, don’t be shy with it. This style demands a generous amount so the curls don’t fall and you can wear it anywhere.