RACHELLE LEFEVRE'S BEST HAIRSTYLES AND HAIRCUTS

View yourself with Rachelle Lefevre 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 gorgeous tresses are blow-waved beautifully to smooth down the top while adding subtle movement to the mid-lengths to ends showing off the layers cut around the sides and front. This stunning 'do is easy to re-create at home with the right tools and needs a little product for gloss and hold.

Rachel Lefevre looks stunning her in smooth and silky long locks. This hairstyle looks fabulous with her oval face shape and rounded hairline. The layers frame her face nicely and give her ‘do some movement throughout the ends, while the side part allows her grown out bangs to cascade nicely to the side. Rachel’s hair type is naturally thick and curly, so this blow-out gives her locks a fresh new look that is smooth and silky. It also shows off her color brilliantly, thanks to the glossy finish created by blowdrying the hair straight.

Rachel is a natural redhead and has the matching cool, porcelain skin tone and blue eyes. Although she could pull off light blonde and brunette shades, she looks best in red tones like the light copper shade seen here. This gives her complexion some warmth and intensifies her blue eye color.

Rachelle Lefevre is a Canadian actress known for starring in the television series Big Wolf on Campus.


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The bright copper locks are left out to fall over the shoulders to show off the large loose waves added to the mid-lengths to ends for volume and shape. This full bodied hairstyle is perfect to compliment a long face and easy to re-create with the right tools and products.


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These dark copper locks are blow-waved perfectly adding body and movement to the mid-lengths to ends making it a great style to compliment a long face. This look is easy to re-create at home with the right tools and products and great for any occasion. Regular trims is needed to prevent split ends.






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This was a natural look for Rachelle who let her loose waves out for the night, showing off her long layers cut through the sides and back to maintain a balanced finish.