by TheHairStyler.com
Updated on February 25, 2024

View yourself with Michelle Pfeiffer 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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Michelle Pfeiffer looks absolutely stunning with this long style that is straight and has pieces that frame her face to perfection. This is a relatively simple cut which means maintenance will be a breeze. Michelle Pfeiffer has cut subtle bangs in the front of her hair, which allows the bangs to fall around her face and frame it. By framing her face, she has softened the edges around her chin and cheekbone area. These subtle bangs are ideal for those with a long face and a strong jawline. The parting down the middle allows the bangs to frame her face evenly. This hairstyle and cut is ideal for those with fine or medium hair density. An oval, oblong, square, or diamond face shape suits this style and cuts best. You must trim your hair every 6 weeks to ensure the cut and bangs stay in shape.

This is a casual hairstyle, so you want to keep your makeup application simple to match the vibe of your hairstyle. A classic eye makeup application with warm tones and mascara will make your eyes stand out. Do not forget to highlight your nose and cupid bow to draw attention to your stunning facial features. Finish off your look with a nude or light lipstick color, and you are ready to show off your great bangs and look!

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These blonde locks are left out to sit on the shoulders showing off the curled lengths and ends that gives the overall look a pretty finish. This hairstyle is easy to maintain with regular trims every 4-6 weeks and needs a small amount of product to tame fly-away hair.

Michelle Pfeiffer goes for a polished look here with a medium length wavy hairstyle full of bounce and shine. This hairstyle gives her an effortlessly cool look that has a ultra-relaxed feel to it, making it a good choice for ladies who love a beachy, tousled feel to their 'dos. Michelle's hairstyle has a simple center part and grown out fringe which creates a lovely frame for her square face shape. She lets her hair’s natural texture do its thing here which shows off her thick, healthy tresses nicely. To give her hairstyle an extra dose of style, she has used large hot rollers to create giant voluminous curls which she separates and fans out for a soft finish.

As for her color, Michelle looks lovely in light blonde locks that set off her blue eyes and cool, fair skin tone. Having this complexion, she looks best in light caramel, copper and blonde shades. Here, she goes for a light golden blonde tone all over with light sun-kissed highlights that give her a sexy, California-girl look. This hair color is natural looking on Michelle and takes years off her look.

Michelle Marie Pfeiffer is an American actress, singer, and producer. She began her acting career in 1978 and had her first leading role in the musical film Grease 2, before receiving mainstream attention in 1983 for her breakout performance in the crime film Scarface.

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Let's be honest - Michelle Pfeiffer looks amazing for her age. She is radiant, youthful and can still turn heads wherever she goes.

So what is her trick? To start, genetics plays a big part. Plus, it's likely she's had cosmetic work done- although it is subtle and very well done when compared to most celebs these days (Madonna, Melanie Griffith take note). She also knows how to maintain youthful looking hair, which does wonders for her image. But can you really have young-looking hair? Yes! With a few simple tricks, you too can shave the years off your hair. Long layers are cut through the edges of this casual hairstyle making it easy to style adding texture and soft movement. The middle part makes it a great style to compliment a round face. A small amount of product is needed for hold and shine and regular trims will help prevent spit ends.

Here are some tricks that Hollywood actresses use to appear naturally youthful:

- Instead of covering grey hair with a solid color or unnatural-looking highlights from the root, they get their roots died a dark color with the highlights added in an inch or so below. This makes it look like their “natural” darker hair color is still grey-free. Pretty clever trick, and it looks legit!

- Michelle keeps her hair on the long side, with blunt edges. When some women hit 50, they feel they have to chop their hair off. Not true. Long hair looks just as good as 50 as it does 20, so don't book yourself in for a granny cut prematurely! Go for classic styles like a bob and get regular trims to maintain the shape.

- Michelle goes for a blend of natural looking high and low lights. Is it expensive and time consuming? Yes! But if you really want to mimic youthful, sun-kissed hair it's well worth it.

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Layers are cut all around the sides and back of this casual hairdo to enhance soft movement and lighten the length. Highlights are added all over for contrast and will need regular touch-ups to maintain style. Product is needed for hold and shine.

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These highlighted locks have only long layers cut around the sides and back to enhance the movement of the waves added for shape and style. This look is great for those with fine to medium hair wanting a style with body and volume. regular trims will help prevent split ends maintaining a healthy look and feel.

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This medium length hairstyle is dressed in waves from root to tip adding plenty of bounce and body making it a great style for those looking for a 'do to complement a long face. This style is easy to re-create with rollers or curling tongs. Product is needed for hold and shine.

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Medium to long layers are cut around the sides and back of these fine locks to add shape a little movement for a fun and flirty look and feel. This hairdo is best suited for those with fine to medium hair and will need regular trims every 4-6 weeks to maintain style and prevent split ends.

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Long layers cut around the edges enhances the waves to add volume and bounce to the mid-lengths to ends for a full bodied finish. This casual yet stunning 'do will be great for those with fine to medium hair types looking for a style with shape and fullness.

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Michelle looked perfect at the L.A premiere for "Hairspray" thanks to the help of this simple style. To give her hairstyle plenty of volume and shape and to help create a soft wave, short graduated layers were cut throughout. This style is perfect for people with fine hair who are after a look which will give them more volume.