Celeb-Inspired Hair Ideas For Valentine’s Day

This year Valentine’s Day falls on a working day, so we’re going to give you some ideas of hairstyles that you can do in the morning that’ll last all day long. Meaning, you can jump up from the desk and go straight to the date, fuss free. So whether you’re celebrating Valentine’s or Galentine’s Day, here are 20 celeb-inspired hairstyles that you can wear on the night of love ❤️.

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  • Easy slick back

    This effortless style that's super clean and chic can be achieved with a bit of hairspray and teasing to the crown of your head for the perfect slick back style.

  • Pick a side

    Sweep hair and part it on your good side. Add some waves to give it an edgy, rocker vibe.

  • High pony

    If you have long, lush hair, a high pony is the perfect style to pull everything together while also showing off your gorgeous mane.

  • Modern rapunzel

    Channeling one of our favorite fairytale princesses, we love a long braid like here on Gemma Chan. Finish the look with a silk bow to make it romantic.

  • Top knotch

    A top knot works for every occasion and is the perfect style to go from the boardroom to fancy soirée.

  • Soft spoken

    A half updo is universally flattering, no matter the length. We like it with soft waves at the end.

  • Old school glam

    Call us old-fashioned, but we love throwing it back to old Hollywood glam. Use a 1-inch curling iron to get the perfect sized curls.

  • Romantic Twist

    Try a twisted crown at the top of your hairline to elevate a basic low ponytail.

  • Turn up the volume

    Loose big curls are easy to maintain all day well into your Valentine's Day plans if you use the right mousse.

  • 90's baby

    We are here to bring back the 90's. A scrunchie is a fun way to spice up a ponytail, like here on Hailey Bieber.

  • Beach babe

    One of our go-tos when in a pinch: beachy waves. It hits that sweet spot between effortless and glam, and we are here for it really all year round.

  • Twist it

    Make a low bun more complex — with minimal effort, of course —by twisting hair before pinning it place. Leave some front pieces down to make it more casual.

Lauren Hutton


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