10 Must-Have Celebrity Hairstyles for Fall 2014

Rachel Krause
10 Must-Have Celebrity Hairstyles for Fall 2014
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As much as we'd like to have someone spend hours on our hair every day like our favorite celebrities, the reality is that we're generally armed only with our hands, a few key products, and anywhere from five to 15 (luxurious!) minutes. That's why, when we look to said celebs for inspiration, we're interested in what's quick, easy, and doable, but still looks "done." For that reason, these 10 perfect celebrity hairstyles for fall 2014 are absolute must-haves for your arsenal—you'll be out the door looking fabulous before you can even say, "My hair looks great."

Jessica Alba
A high ponytail is sporty and playful, but this one differentiates itself from the standard gym pony with a wavy, almost crimped texture to the lengths and sleekness at the roots and crown. Make like Jessica and wrap a small section of hair around the base of the pony to conceal the elastic for a red carpet-ready look.

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Reese Witherspoon
This Old Hollywood-inspired look gets a more modern update courtesy of sleek side-swept bangs and larger barrel curls. Tease gently at the crown with a fine-tooth comb for increased volume sans sticky product.

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Rosamund Pike
The piece-y texture in this chin-length bob is the perfect low-maintenance hairstyle for the girl who wants to look polished but still maintain some coolness—and save some time. Simply warm a bit of texturizing pomade between the palms of your hands and run through the lengths of hair, focusing on separating the ends, for a two-minute look that goes the distance.

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Elle Fanning
You don't need to have Elle's perfectly symmetrical features (or advantageous youth) to pull off this sleek, grown-up style. What you do need is a round brush, a good blowdryer, a dollop of shine serum, and a part that errs just slightly off center to save the look from becoming severe.

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Taylor Swift
This hairstyle is a great way to keep long, slightly feathered bangs off your face—just create a deep side part, add a few curls with a medium-barrel wand, and go.

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Jennifer Garner
Tousled bangs brushed to one side and long, wavy tendrils look gorgeous framing the face. From the back, Jennifer is sporting a loose, messy chignon, but if you've yet to master the style, you can get this effect with just about any ponytail, braid, or bun. Just pull your bangs and front sections out, then use a waving iron to add curl.

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Kate Winslet
This classic hairstyle is gorgeous, romantic, and incredibly versatile. Use a curling iron to curl medium-sized sections of hair away from the face, then use a touch of texturizing cream to break up the curls and give them a soft, satiny effect.

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Emma Stone
We daresay the choppy chin-length bob is the hairstyle du jour, and nobody exemplifies it better than Emma Stone. Long, side-swept bangs are a great way to enhance your features, and this cut requires little more than a good texturizing spray to maximize its cool, carefree potential.

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Selena Gomez
Selena's long, thick hair is enviable enough on its own, but this pretty braid crown has blown our hair crush into full-blown jealousy. The good news is that most girls with medium to long hair can DIY the look—just follow our braid headband tutorial.

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Kate Bosworth
For a regal, incredibly polished look that can be done in seconds, look no further than Kate Bosworth's sleek center-parted ponytail. Just part clean hair down the middle and pull the rest into a low pony, wrapping a section of hair around the base to blend.

Photo: Philip Cheung/Getty Images

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