View yourself with Lauren Conrad 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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Lauren Conrad is looking as beautiful as ever with this straight, formal hairstyle. Straight hair is always a great style for you to go to when you have an extravagant outfit for your event and want a hairstyle that won't overshadow your overall look. It's important to apply a heat-resistant serum to your hair before straightening it. A hair iron generates heat that will harm your hair, so this will help protect your hair. After you have finished styling your hair, spray some hairspray over it to keep it looking stylish. In addition, it will help prevent flyaway hairs. This style is nice because her hair is positioned behind one ear. You can accentuate your cheekbones by tucking your hair behind your ears! We always consider it a bonus when your hair is out of your face for a few moments. If you plan on straightening your hair often, you might want to consider making regular appointments with your hairdresser. A cut every 6 weeks or so will be beneficial because it can help keep your hair healthy and your ends strong once you apply the heat from your straightening tools.

Finally, let's talk about your makeup. A formal event requires a formal makeup application. This does not mean that you cannot add some color to your eyes to help bring out your natural eye color. Highlighting and contouring your face and neck area will help create the illusion of a perfect oval face shape and always looks gorgeous in pictures.

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This is such a lovely go-to hairstyle for any formal event. Lauren Conrad is showing us a simple yet elegant hairstyle that is easy for you to style at home. The side parting allows her hair to frame one side of her face as well as open up her face at the same time. The hair length also allows her har to frame her neck area as well which is nice. The subtle curls bring movement and bounce to this style which look awesome when you are moving around. Keep in mind that curls do drop throughout the day so you are going to need to style your curls tight. The tighter the curl, the longer it will stay. By the end of the night, you might have subtle waves but it will still add texture to your hair. Finish off your hair with some hairspray to lock in those locks are you are ready for your night out on the town. You should trim your hair once every 4-6 weeks to keep your ends healthy.

When it comes to your makeup application, a smokey eye is always a great evening look. You can add some false lashes to make your eyes pop even more. Finish off with a bold lip color and you are ready to go! Do not forget to highlight and contour your face and neck area to give the illusion of a perfect oval face shape.

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The length of this medium length mane is blunt cut to sit in the shoulders with layers jagged cut around the sides to achieve texture that can be pinched out with product. The top is parted on the side making this a fantastic style to frame a long face and needs regular trims to prevent split ends.

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This soft golden brown mane is pulled back pinned to the head to form this casual upstyle great for any day or night occasion. Layers are left out on side to soften the style and completes the over-all style beautifully.

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Lauren Conrad looked gorgeous at the D and G Flagship Boutique opening with her lengthy do. Long layers were cut around her edges to maintain a long yet weightless finish and the use different golden and copper tones were used to add color and contrast to her simple yet sassy style.

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Lauren had her hair pulled back loosely at People's Pre 50th Annual Grammy Awards Party and looked great! Her hair was styled into a sexy side part which complimented her face shape, and loose ends of hair were left to hang around the front of her hairdo to soften her look and complete her style.

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Lauren wore her blonde locks down and looked great at the 2007 Teen Choice Awards. Her hair length was kept long and long layers were cut around the edges to soften her length. Her sides were also layered from under her jaw line and graduated down. To finish, soft waves were added on the ends to create bounce and volume from her mid-lengths to her ends while still keeping her top section smooth and sleek.