PAULA PATTON'S BEST HAIRSTYLES AND HAIRCUTS

View yourself with Paula Patton 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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This medium brunette mane is blow-waved beautifully then swept over to one side to create this formal hairstyle that is perfect to complement a long face for any occasion. The long bangs are swept to that side to soften the face and completes the over-all hairstyle brilliantly.


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These dark brunette locks are worn over one shoulder showing off the large loose waves dressed through the mid-lengths to ends giving the over-all look bounce and movement. The side part makes this formal hairstyle perfect to compliment a long face and great for any special occasion. Product is needed for shine and hold.


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Long layers are cut through the edge of this brown mane to lighten the length encouraging the bounce and movement of the soft waves. This simple style is great for those with naturally wavy hair and needs regular trims every 4-6 weeks to prevent split ends. Product is needed for hold and shine.






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Here is Paula in glossy long locks. This dainty 'do has gorgeous waves added to the mid-lengths to ends to give this look plenty of shape and bounce. This is easy to re-create with a curling iron and the right products. The darker color immediately makes her eyes pop and her hair instantly looks super-healthy. A center hair part works on her heart-shaped face, as do the curls which frame her jaw line. We think Paula looks pretty in this long hairstyle. Regular trims is needed every 4-6 weeks to prevent split ends and to maintain a healthy look and feel.


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Paula Patton looked divine at the world premiere of Swing Vote. Her fabulous bone structure is highlighted with her up-do. This hairdo immediately brings the focus to Paula’s high cheekbones, sparkling eyes and megawatt smile. Up-dos can be hard to pull off for some women but Paula looks fresh, modern and confident in this 'do. Another bonus to this style is that it shows off her delicate neck and shoulders. After all, if you’ve got it, why not flaunt it? Paula has cleverly left a longer side-sweeping fringe that frames the top of her face and helps to balance out her high forehead. Allow ample time to re-create this style, and it should hold well in any weather conditions.