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One of the highest paid actresses and most popular people to watch in an interview, Jennifer Lawrence is also a huge style icon. She may be nominated for worst actress in The Rizzies but this has not stopped Jennifer from laughing at herself. She is ridiculously beautiful and is not afraid to shake things up and keep us all guessing what she will look nice next. Let’s check out some of her most popular styles so we can get them ourselves.
This is J.Law’s look for the 2018 Dior line and she looks like an incredible indie princess. With her hat and outfit she looks a little bit like a cool female Jack Sparrow. It isn’t a beret but hats are going to be big this year so she is on trend. Her hair may look ‘undone’ but it is totally planned and probably more secure than a lot of hairstyles. The stylist has gone with extra hair in front of her ears to style her face (brilliant if you are trying to slim the appearance of your face) and the hair behind her ear is pinned into place near the bandana. If you want to try an undone style look no further for a muse.
The Straight Blonde Bob
She may rock it in The Hunger Games with a lush brunette braid but in real life, she prefers a blonde hue. Her colourist should be praised it is a beautiful blend of ice-blonde with a honey blonde undertone. If you have green eyes like J.Law this would definitely be a winner. Not ready to take the colour plunge this colour is the light golden blonde weft hair extensions. If you want to try this style ask a hairdresser, to be honest, ask them how hard the upkeep is and if you have the right face shape for it. If you know it suits you and you don’t mind daily blowdrying then this look is a killer.
The Boho Chignon
That is right. We all know that Jennifer feels a bit awkward when she is dressed up looking fancy (hence the trip-ups on her dresses) so it makes sense that she is putting a twist on a classic chignon and making is more low key. Start by creating a side part. This is how you are going to give your hair body but keep it low key. Separate the hair in front of your ears and curl them into large, loose curls. Hairspray them so they don’t drop too much then it is time to move to the back by first creating a low ponytail. You can use an old sock to fold the ends of your hair over. Pin them to the sock so it stays in place and rolls your hair up to your head, pinning it to your hair in an arch around the top of your ponytail base. Don’t be shy about using a few pins, especially if you are going out dancing.