Check out these amazing long hairstyles for women with brunette hair.
Brunette hair color is a very common hair color. Long, like short, is a common length although there isn’t a specific length to qualify as long. To armpits and lower/longer is, however, a typical length that qualifies as long.
Get inspired with the following gallery.
Sophia Bush looking like a charming princess with her gorgeous upstyle incorporated with straight bangs. This look was worn at the White House Correspondents Dinner held last April 27, 2013.
During the 2015 Palm Springs Film Festival Awards Gala, Felicity Jones attended the in this nicely-done low bun with side-swept bangs.
One way to exhibit a sophisticated-but-not-too-polished look is through the slicked back style. This look was worn by Felicity Jones during the Santa Barbara International Film Festival held last January 29, 2015.
The classy Felicity Jones is one of the crowd's favorite version of her. This elegant upstyle was worn last October 24, 2014 for the premiere of 'The Theory Of Everything'.
Gabrielle Union attended LA premiere of 'Think Like a Man' last February 2012 in a messy updo incorporated with some wavy tendrils.
Lena Headey attended the LA premiere of '300' last March 2007 in an elegant upstyle with a twisted tendril on the side.
A fancy gown needs a fancy updo to keep up with. This hairstyle was worn by Sophia Bush at the 2011 Golden Globe Awards.
Sophia Bush looking all classy and stylish at the LA premiere of 'The Green Hornet'. She wore this neat bun and dazzling dress that complemented each other pretty well.
Curtain bangs is one of Felicity Jones's trademark looks and last October 2011, she incorporated this look with a messy updo for the Burberry Body Launch.
Felicity Jones exhibits nothing but elegance with this fancy upstyle worn at the 2011 BAFTA Britannia Awards.
Felicity Jones went a little bit edgy with her dark eye make-up and an all-black getup at the screening of 'Like Crazy' last October 2011 . Her hair was styled in an updo with tossed bangs.
An updo styled with detailed loops wavy tendrils. The finish looks sleek and elegant it will probably turn heads and drop jaws.
What is considered long hair?
This is a very typical question. I’m sure there are varying answers. The answer we like is hair that goes down to armpits or longer is consider long hair.
Hair from chin to armpits is medium-length.
Hair no longer than chin is short.
Within that scale you get very short and very long.
What’s sexier? Long or short hair?
While researching this gallery, we were amazed that this is a question many women have. I guess it makes sense. The trouble with it is that it’s impossible to answer.
Some people might find long hair sexier on some women. The same people might find short hair sexier on othe people.
The point is there are many subjective tastes involved. There’s the actual appearance of the women who may look sexier with long or short hair. Then there’s the opinion of the person who looks at the woman.
I think generally, the consensus is that longer hair is sexier, but that’s based on nothing than speculation. Besides, such a conclusion is nonsense. Many women look incredibly sexy with short hair.
Is long hair still in style?
Yes, yes, yes!
Okay, it’s in style for women. It’s not really in style for men like it was in the 1990’s or 1970’s.
Since it’s been nearly 20 years since it’s been in style for men, chances are it’ll come in style again soon.
At the time this was originally published, long, bushy beards were at the tail end of being in style (at least I think it’s the tail end).
But for women, long hair is still very much in style. I don’t foresee that ever going away.
Can long hair hurt a career for women?
Some women have this concern, especially if they have long curly hair.
I think it’s nonsense. I’m not saying go to a corporate work place with out-of-control messy hair. Everyone should be well groomed. However, you don’t need to plaster it down.
My opinion is bolstered by Kat Griffen, founder of Corporette who in response to whether long, curly hair is bad for the career wrote “For my $.02: There is nothing unprofessional about curly hair” (read question and answer here).