View yourself with Kelly Bensimon 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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These locks are left to fall past the shoulders showing off the soft waves dressed through the mid-lengths to ends for shape and softness. This low-fuss look is easy to re-create with the right tools and needs product for shine and hold. Regular trims every 4-6 weeks will help prevent split ends.

Kelly Bensimon is looking beautiful here in a long layered hairstyle that is ideal for her face shape and hair type. Kelly has an oblong shaped face and to balance this shape, she has created the illusion of width by adding volume through the lengths and ends throughout. By teasing her hair all over, she adds fullness to her locks which then balances out the length in her face. The loose curls at the ends add movement to her cut and also softens her face shape nicely. Ladies with an oblong face shape could follow Kelly’s lead with a center part and long face-framing layers that add bounce and fullness to their look.

Kelly Bensimon has natural brunette hair and looks best in shades of vibrant brunette and blonde. Here she is wearing a rich golden brown base that compliments her warm, fair skin tone and her blue eyes. Her root area is left darker while the lengths and ends are lightened to a golden blonde for a beach babe look.

Kelly Killoren Bensimon is an American author, socialite and former editor of Elle Accessories and a former model.

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Long layers are cut around the edges of these dark copper locks to lighten the length and enhancing the bounce and movement of the waves added to the mid-lengths to ends. This hairstyle is easy to re-create at home with the right tools and needs product for shine and hold.

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These long golden brown locks are dressed in soft waves all through the sides and back to add shape to the mid-lengths to ends. The middle part in this style makes a great look to balance out a round face. Regular trims is needed to prevent split ends.

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A combination of medium to long layers are cut all around the sides and back of this look to enhance the bounce and movement of the waves. This adds plenty of fullness to the sides making this 'do great for those wanting a style to frame a long face. Regular trims is needed every 4-6 weeks to maintain a healthy look and feel.