AMANDA BYNES BEST HAIRSTYLES AND HAIRCUTS

View yourself with Amanda Bynes hairstyles. We provide easy "How to style" tips as well as letting you know which hairstyles will match your face shape, hair texture and hair density.



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We let you know how to copy Amanda Bynes' gorgeous braided half updo. Braids and half updos are all the rage this season, and Amanda Bynes is right on top of the trends with the hairstyle shown here. The great thing about this hairstyle is that it can be transformed from day to night, or casual to formal, with a change of clothes and makeup. But for now, let's concentrate on how to get this gorgeous hairstyle. This style will work best on medium to long hair. This was a divine look for Amanda. Her luscious length was braided through the front with the back and sides left to flow below her shoulders. This style is perfect for keeping hair off the face and out of the eyes and is perfect for almost any occasion.

1. Start by blow-drying your hair and adding waves. If you have natural waves, add some produc to enhance what you've got, then you are ready to move onto the next step. For ladies with straight hair, you will need to spend some time adding waves with either hair rollers, a curling iron or a curling wand.
2. Next, create a perfect hair part in the centre of your head and clip the sections on either side to keep the part in place.
3. Starting on one side, grab a loose section of hair at the front and start braiding towards the back of the head and downwards until you reach the centre of the back of your head. Clip or pin it to secure it.
4. Repeat on the other side.
5. Finally, you can either twist or braid the two sections together, or simply pin it into place, depending on what you prefer.

Remember to leave some loose tendrils to frame the face and add some dangly earrings like Amanda for a super-pretty look!


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Amanda turned heads at The 2007 MTV Movie Awards with this blonde 'do. Layers were cut into the very ends of her long hair to add movement into her soft waves. To finish, the front sides of her hair were styled to fall onto her face, which will help to compliment and disguise the size of a triangular face shape. The ends of your hair will need to be trimmed regularly to keep this style looking great.