Welcome to our photo collection featuring loose hairstyles for women.
Letting your hair down is a great feeling. Wearing your hair loose is great for casual settings and everyday looks, but there are plenty of chic loose women hairstyles.
Wearing your hair loose is a great way to draw attention to its natural texture and length!
During the 'Top Five' premiere at the Ziegfeld Theatre last December 2014, Gabrielle Union sported a mid-length cut with subtle highlights for an extra style.
Sophia Bush with beachy waves is charming enough to slay the 2012 Genesis Awards held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel, Beverly Hills, CA.
Gabrielle Union's long waves are freely flaunted last October 10, 2013 at the Uptown Hotel, New York City.
Lena Headey went a bit carefree with her loose curls and side-bangs. The photo was taken at the 'An Evening with The Game of Thrones' event held last March 19, 2013.
During the 2014 Hollywood Film Awards, Felicity Jones nailed this simple look of a mid-length, straight her incorporated with side-swept bangs.
Felicity Jones kept it dark and edgy at the LA premiere of 'The Bling Ring' last June 2013. Her all-black outfit is paired with a medium-length cut with blunt bangs.
Less defined curls combed to perfection to produce this nicely-done, fluffy Afro, This one could go from simple to stylish depending on what enhancements and details you would go for. Plus, it is really easy to maintain.
This sleek and straight hair with bangs is a total game changer for Felicity Jones who is a messy upstyle kind of person. This photo was captured at the BAFTA Award Season Tea Party 2012.
Last Valentine's 2012, Gabrielle Union attended the LA premiere of 'Act of Valor' with her center-parted waves, tossed effortlessly for extra volume.
It is a common knowledge that flowy waves give this romantic and elegant vibe. This aura is effectively achieved by Gabrielle Union during the 2011 American Giving Awards where she attended with her black waves, confidently flaunted.
Gabrielle Union's center-parted and highlighted look is indeed a show-stopper at the 41st Annual NAACP Image Awards held last February 26, 2010.
Mariah Carey showcased her freshest and most carefree version with her waves tousled to perfection. This photo was taken last January 22, 2018 at Milan, Italy.
Wearing Your Hair Loose
Ideally, you should trim your hair to a comfortable length. Wearing your hair loose is fun but might become inconvenient if it is too long. Trimming your hair is also a good way to avoid getting split ends and will revitalize your hair if it looks dry or dull. Wearing your hair loose can be a risk in some situation that would require something a little more dressed up. You can make loose women hairstyles more interesting by adding some structured elements or some hair accessories. If you want to create a fun look, combine loose hair with a hat!
Complement Your Hair with The Right Accessories
Hair accessories are a fun way to dress up a loose hairstyle. You can for instance wear your hair down and add a small clip on one side to create something that is a little bit more structured. Beads are another fun way to accessorize. Avoid accessories that might look too big or not be noticeable because of their small size. It is usually best to only wear one hair accessory at a time.
Add Some Structure with A Loose Ponytail
A loose ponytail is a very easy hairstyle that will add a little bit of structure to your loose hairstyle. This is also a convenient way to keep hair out of your face. The best way to create a loose ponytail is to divide your hair in two sections. Create a tight ponytail with the top section, and use bobby pins to loosely attach strands from the lower section to the ponytail. You can complete this loose hairstyle by pulling some strands out of the ponytail to frame your face.
Add Some Texture with Bangs or Layers
If you often like to wear your hair down, think about adding some texture with some layers or even with some bangs. These loose women hairstyles are very versatile and will make your loose hair look more glamorous. Bangs may or may not work depending on the shape of your face. Layers are a safer way to add texture to medium or long hair.
Try the Half-Twist or Half-Braid Look
These hairstyles are very easy to master. They are chic and glamorous and will look great in a casual setting or with a more sophisticated outfit. All you need to do is a strand of hair on each side, twist it and attach it in the back. This style will keep your hair in place and add a visual element to your loose hairstyle. You can take larger strands of hair to create a small braid in the back. If you want, you can add volume to this hairstyle by teasing a section of your hair directly above the twist or braid.