Lily Collins might have some of the best eyebrows in Hollywood, so full and thick, but that’s not the only thing we’re envious of, her hair has provided plenty of inspiration through the years too.
From a cute Audrey Hepburn-inspired fringe in 2011, sleek and sophisticated in 2013 and a textured bob that has wanted to have us reaching for the scissors on numerous occasions, Lily Collins has shown some gorgeous hair looks on the red carpet.
Her hairstylist, Mara Roszak, has been working with Collins for years now, and she has plenty of praise for the starlet. Mara says that Lily has a face shape that means she can pull off pretty much any hairstyle.
And she really can, which is evident when you look through her hair transformation below.
Lily Collins' hair transformation
From her strawberry blonde locks, to now her signature brunette ‘do, Ms Collins has been quite adventurous with her hair, getting shorter and shorter up until 2015, when she turned up at the Vanity Fair Oscar party with her beautiful Pixie crop.
When you have features as pretty as she does, pretty much any hairstyle will do, and the less there is the more we see of her gorgeous face.
But one of her most standout styles has to be her texturized bob style, her stylist Mara Roszak shares her tips for getting the look yourself. It starts with a one-inch curling iron to create loose waves in the hair. To help give the hair the texture she uses a combination of dry shampoo all over, followed by a small amount of texturising paste on select strands.
Lily’s trick for super shiny locks
Lily's hair always looks so good because it's beautifully shiny and glossy, even when she's papped heading to a gym class. The use of a deep conditioner helps to keep her hair healthy, and it only needs to be done at least once a week. To ensure it penetrates her hair she applies it, wears a shower cap over it whilst she showers and lets it steam, after ten minutes or so she'll then rinse it off.
Yep, we're definitely buying a shower cap to give that one a go ourselves.
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