A Look Over Rosie Huntington Whiteley’s Hairvolution

Rosie Huntington Whiteley's Hairvolution


by Daniela Morosini |
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When Rosie Huntington Whiteley went for a lob (that's a long bob, to the uninitiated) like many an A-lister last week we had two thoughts: 1) She really can wear any style. 2) She's actually had quite the hair journey to get here. While Rosie's best known for her long, tousled blonde waves, she broke onto the modelling scene a brunette and has worked a series of shades in between.

In honour of this, and Rosie's fabulous cut by hairstylist supremo George Northwood, we decided to taking a look back over Rosie's hair hits. From boho looks to sleeked-back styles, we applaud Rosie's willingness to try new looks and explore - though we imagine having her face certainly helps when it comes to pushing the boat out with your hair. So if you're looking for a new style to try, or want some inspiration to take to the hairdresser, look no further. This gallery’s got your back – and it’s also there if you just want to ooh and aah over it all.


Rosie Huntington Whiteley Hairvolution

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Who knew RHW was a natural brunette? A quick and cute updo for this launch.

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A centre-part and lusicous lengths

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Beginning the transition to blonde! A honey hue and tousled waves.

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Working some shorter layers, this 'do perfectly frames Rosie's face

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Big, loose waves for an unfussy look

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The blonde we all know and love, with some serious flicks going on.

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A slightly shorter, tousled 'do.

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We love these round, bouncy curls with a mussed-up centre part.

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A pretty, ballerina-esque updo shows off Rosie's high cheekbones.

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A sleek and sophisticated evening look.

Rosie’s yet to step out at an event with her new shorter ‘do, so we’re waiting with bated breath to see how she styles it. Will she go slick and sexy? Or bouncy and unfussy? While we loved Rosie’s trademark tousled locks (and the updos, and the sleeker looks), it’s refreshing to see her with a new cut. Because what’s being British about, if not being eclectic? Rosie, we salute you, and we can’t wait to see what you do next.

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