From sleek high ponytails to messy low chignons and every other hairstyle in between, Zoe Saldana has sported a variety of hairdos over the years and given us many ideas and inspirations to replicate. Although this L'Oréal Paris Spokesmodel has gorgeous natural curls, we often see her in on trend straight and wavy hairstyles too!
This 1920s hairstyle is elegant and yet understated. The best thing is you need not cut your hair to create this vintage bob; it can be styled with medium length to long hair too, which is why it's called a 'faux' bob!
This on trend retro hairstyle involves a simple trick of rolling under your hair and securing it around the nape of your neck with the help of bobby pins. If you have bangs, you can roll them on a thick-barreled curling iron to lend a slightly wavy, retro appeal, à la The Great Gatsby.
2. Romantic Updo
Just spritz some strand-smoother serum spray through your wavy hair and brush your tresses to make them smooth and shiny. Make an off-center part, gather all your hair at the back of your head and tie it into a ponytail, using an elastic to secure it. Twist the ponytail around the base of the elastic and secure with bobby pins as your go to create a beautiful chignon. Leave a few wisps of face framing hair loose to infuse a dash of romance to the updo. Spritz with your favorite hairspray to set the style for longer wear.
Remember, this hairstyle is cool, casual and romantic, so don't tie your hair very tightly. You can also replace the off-center part with a middle part or a side part to suit your face shape.
3. Super Sleek Wavy Hairstyle
This super sleek wavy hairstyle is nothing if not glamorous! Go easy on the glossiness if you wish to sport this hairstyle to work. However, if you're planning to attend a glam event, the shinier your hair, the betterthis style will look! Dab a tiny amount of high-shine hairstyle gel through your wavy hair and simply comb out your tresses.
If you want to make your waves look more pronounced, simply roll your hair on a thick-barreled curling iron to make big, loose curls; break these curls up with your fingers to make beautiful, flowy waves!
Remember to mist your hair with a heat protectant spray before curling to protect the strands from the damages of heat styling and with a fine hold hairspray after curling to set your hairstyle for longer wear.
Like we always say, don't use too much product in the very beginning, especially if you are working with hair waxes, styling gels or pomades. Start with a small amount and add more if required. Excess product may build up at your roots and make your hair look very greasy.