Rosie Huntington-Whiteley is known for her signature low-maintenance style, whether it is her fashion style, makeup, or hair.
After giving birth to her only son Jack Oscar in 2017, whom she shares with Hollywood star Jason Statham, it appears that the British supermodel turned actress has mastered the art of mom life.
She regularly updates her 12.2 million followers with her tonal outfits over her social media, varying from neutrals of beige, browns, and grays and the classic white and black ensemble.
Furthermore, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley’s Instagram also features her effortless hairstyles, whether it is a sleek black ponytail, low bun, or the crowd’s favorite messy bun hair.
With that, here are her mom-friendly hairstyles, as seen on the “Mad Max” actress that you need to copy ASAP!
The ’90s Hair Claw Trend
In one of her previous IG posts, she styled it with a messy look with face-framing details at the front. To get this look, brush your hair to get rid of tangles and knots.
Next is to gather your hair by place your hands underneath your tresses.
Once it’s done, twist your hair in an upward motion.
You can do this tightly or loose, as seen on the Victoria’s Angel model.
For the last step, secure it using your preferred claw clips. Let the ends cascade to create a messy look.
Sleek Low Bun
To create this look, smoothen out the front part using a fine comb and run it through the hair to ensure that there are no tangles.
If you are satisfied with the front part, continue at the back by tying your hair in a low ponytail.
Next is to twist it lightly and wrap it into a low bun. Secure it by adding another tie or by putting bobby pins.
For a chicer look, you can add gold accessories and red lipstick. This definitely screams like a girl boss vibe.
If she’s not in a bun, chances are you can spot Rosie Huntington-Whiteley donning and wavy hairstyle; however, she leans towards the effortless, kind of woke up like this look.
To achieve this, start by grabbing a curling iron with a 1-inch barrel. Next is to section your hair and curl it in an alternate direction. This will give an illusion of voluminous and fuller tresses.
Now for that effortless and natural-looking style, leave about an inch or two at the bottom ends.
As for the last step, make sure to spritz it with texturizing spray to set the curls.
This will not only set the curls in place but will also give a gritty feel to it.
Article by BeautyWorldNews.com