Hairstyles of Famous Supermodels

Naomi Campbell rocks her signature bangs at the Swarovski Fashionation.

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Every wanted hair like your favorite supermodel? It's not as hard to get runway-worthy tresses as you might think. Even supermodels don't wake up with fantastic hair -- they have a little help from their stylists. So take some inspiration from a supermodel or two and get the same great hair for yourself.

Gisele Bundchen

Gisele Bundchen is known for her sexy, voluminous, long wavy hair. The "Sports Illustrated" model is used to being in a bikini and spends lots of time at the beach on photo shoots, so it's not so surprising that she has mastered the perfect beachy wave. Getting the look yourself is as simple as applying a little mousse to damp hair, blow drying it and then using a large barrel curling iron and a spritz of dry shampoo to give your hair those easy, day-at-the-beach waves.

Naomi Campbell

Campbell has been rocking fab bangs for years. They're a fantastic way to frame your face, especially for ladies with oval-shaped faces that tend to look a bit too long -- bangs will make your face appear to be more proportional. Bangs can be a bit of a commitment, so make sure you go to a stylist that you trust before making the big cut.


Veruschka von Lehndorff, a supermodel from the '60s, was so popular in her day, she was known simply as Veruschka. She was known for huge-bodied, teased, sexy hair. You don't have to make your locks as over-the-top as Veruschka's. Instead opt for a more toned-down version of the look. It's as simple as toning down the teasing. Just give your coif a slight tease to create subtle volume instead.

Chanel Iman

Chanel Iman is the newest supermodel of the lot, but with contracts with powerhouses like Victoria's Secret and fashion spreads in glossies like "Vogue" and "Elle" under her belt, she's certainly at the top of the model pack. Chanel is known for her long, gorgeous healthy hair. That's because she chooses to keep her hair chemical free and natural when she's not working. She also makes sure to trim her locks every four to six weeks.

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