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Love J. Law's Latest Hair Look? Here's How To Steal Her Style

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Over the years, Jennifer Lawrence has become synonymous with impeccable style and effortless beauty. From her award-winning performances to her stunning red-carpet appearances, Lawrence has captivated us with her ever-evolving hairstyles. Her versatility and willingness to experiment have made her a true hair chameleon. From the daring pixie cut to the glamorous long blonde waves, J.Law’s hair has undoubtedly inspired countless beauty enthusiasts.

Back in 2013, she took a risk and chopped her strands into a bold pixie cut that she’d wear for years to come. Then, we saw her in a wavy bob that inspired haircuts everywhere. And, before she took a break from acting she even ditched her signature blonde ‘do for brunette strands. But now that she’s back in the spotlight, we have a whole new J.Law hair look. Today, you can bet on seeing the starlet stepping out in her trusty hair accessory, a black headband. As she’s embarked on her latest press tour for No Hard Feelings, she’s been spotted with her headband on multiple occasions, courtesy of her hairstylist Gregory Russell. Not to mention that her hair is so long now it’s quite the drastic change.

If you’ve been loving her look lately, you can take matters into your own hands and channel this fresh feminine vibe yourself. Below, here’s everything you need to achieve Jennifer’s bouncy blowout paired with her trusty black headband.


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After washing and styling your hair, prep with a heat protectant and use a blowdryer to straighten out your locks.

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Use a round brush to blowout your hair in sections and create volume.

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Separate two pieces at the front of your hair and slick them down with a flexible hair gel.


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And, top the whole thing off with a chic black headband, like this one.


Andrea Marie
Andrea Marie