Why Long and Wavy is Still Classic

Why Long and Wavy is Still Classic(Source: Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images North America, Mike Windle/Getty Images North America, Atsushi Tomura/Getty Images AsiaPac)

With pixie cuts and lobs dominating hair reports across the land, let's not forget about long-haired ladies, and suitably trendy 'dos for longer locks. No disrespect to shorter hair, of course, but keeping it long does give a girl lots of style options. Whether straightened and blown out, just-out-of-bed tousled, or curled in true screen siren fashion, long wavy hair is, and will always be, a hair trend classic. Let's see how some of our favorite models have been rocking long waves this week.

Backstage pre-Victoria's Secret fashion show, model Sara Sampaio flaunts long, voluminous hair with just a touch of wave at the end.

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Model Brooklyn Decker attends the H&M Isabel Marant VIP Pre Shop Event at H&M on November 12, 2013 in West Hollywood, California. (Getty Images)more pics »While in Japan, model Miranda Kerr's movie star wave combined the best of old and new long ,wavy 'dos.

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