20 Sexy Hairstyles That Are Actually Easy to Do

Rachel Krause
20 Sexy Hairstyles That Are Actually Easy to Do
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When it comes to turning our vixen vibes up to eleven, we turn to sexy hairstyles. Give us big curls, lots of soft volume and an undone, just-out-of-bed vibe, and we’re sold. And when that style is actually easy to put together? That’s the ultimate hair jackpot.

So while we have a long list of sexy looks we’ve fallen in love with, these 20 big, sexy hairstyles take the cake. Simply style and get to seducing; what could possibly be better?

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Isla Fisher

A super-textured, messy look can be just as sexy and glamorous as proper curls.

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Kate Hudson

For sexy, imperfect curls, curl hair with an iron, then flip your head upside down and shake around to break up the curls.

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Kerry Washington

Use a curl-enhancing cream before and after curling to add shine and light hold.

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Angelina Jolie

For even more volume at the roots, use your hand to flip blow-dried hair in the opposite direction of your part.

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Elizabeth Olsen

Mix a drop of shine serum with a bit of texturizing cream to give second-day hair the perfect amount of texture.

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Rachel McAdams

Use a wand to curl just the ends of hair after blow-drying for extra movement.

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A bouffant is dramatic and looks super-involved, but you can get a more laidback version of the look with a bit of simple backcombing and pinning.

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Jessica Alba

Finish off big barrel waves with shine serum for a glossy look.

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Blake Lively

Hot rollers are the perfect way to get this voluminous sixties-inspired style.

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Salma Hayek

Even natural curls can be refined and made more uniform with help from a curling iron.

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Selena Gomez

Pin the top layers of hair up but leave shorter front sections loose for a glamorous, romantic look.

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Jessica Biel

Soft, natural texture can be achieved on straight hair by using a large curling wand.

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Christina Hendricks

A volumizing spray applied at the roots and worked through hair does wonders for fine, soft strands.

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Amanda Seyfried

Curl hair away from the face for the best look.

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Jennifer Garner

Offset long bangs with tons of volume at the top for a romantic effect.

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Zooey Deschanel

If your curls are looking too spiral-y, shake them up with your hands and a bit of texturizing spray for a cool, slightly "fuzzy" look like Zooey's.


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Ashley Greene

Shorter hair can get in on the action, too, by blow-drying with a round brush and adding a bit of a texturizing pomade.

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Cheryl Cole

This gorgeous, glamorous ponytail is taken to the next level with all that volume at the roots.

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Reese Witherspoon

Twisting hair through a flatiron gives great texture and "bend."

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Jennifer Lopez

For a look like this classic style from J.Lo, blow-dry hair with a large boar-bristle brush, wrapping the ends around the brush as you go.

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