Fabulous Asian Hairstyles You Can Easily Pull Off

The star-studded entertainment business is a world of glitter and glam. We are quite sure that whenever you watch these stars shine, you may be quite stunned by their mind-blowing glamorous looks. Do you often spot gorgeous Asian hairstyles celebrities rock? The red carpet is always full of the hottest Asian ladies who confidently flaunt their dazzling clothing pieces and snazzy hair fashion. From short to long locks, straight to curly or dark to light-colored, these extravagant hairstyles are certainly worth a try. We’ve picked fabulous hairstyles from these beautiful Asian beauties – you can definitely pull off their looks!

Long A-Line Hairstyle with Subtle Golden Brown Ombre

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There are tons of Asian hairstyles that you can do with really long hair to bring out its natural beauty. Elaine Tan has graced her dainty long locks with soft beach waves and added a lovely side fringe. The subtle golden brown ombre introduces another portion of sophistication and style into Elaine’s look.

One Side Pinned Asian Downdo with Soft Ombre Waves

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One of Aimee Song’s best red carpet hairstyles is the cute downdo pictured here. The soft big flowing waves with a caramel ombre added an extra oomph to the look. Aimee had one side pinned behind her ear for a cool asymmetric quirk. These soft, voluminous waves can be easily achieved with a 2” barrel curling iron.

Dainty Straight Hair in Side-Swept Downdo

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“Good morning. Charlie!” Do you still remember her as one of the sexy members of Charlie’s Angels? Lucy Liu is of Chinese descent, and she is among the most beautiful Hollywood faces. Her signature looks are always simple but very classy. The Asian hairstyle she wore to the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards proves it. Lucy rocked her straight flowing tresses side-parted and tucked behind the ear on one side.

Asian Medium Silky Waves

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These fine classic waves ooze timeless class and taste. One of our best picks is Ming Na Wen’s cascading wavy Asian hairstyle for thick velvety brown locks. The waves are neatly curled outwards and parted in big sections. It’s hard to imagine a more gracious and feminine frame for a woman’s face than this gorgeous downdo.

Neat Top-Knot Asian Updo

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This season your hair buns can be either messy or neat. Here’s one hip and trendy idea for girls who love buns and top knots. Cierra Ramirez has a naturally beautiful face, and a neat high bun perfectly draws attention to her facial features. Use a strong hold hairspray to keep the style intact throughout the day.

Asian Pixie Hairstyle Brushed Up with Volume

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This fashion enthusiast totally caught our attention, not only because of her pretty face or those chic Gucci items, but also because of her Asian short hairstyle on the base of cute pixie cut, styled in lovely waves. It is true that having very short hair can limit the choice of hairstyles you can make, but this fab lady showed us how to rock a pixie effortlessly and with style. Creating volume on top with a volumizing mousse and brushing your hair backwards is one way to flaunt it!

Voluminous Layered Curls

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Jadyn Wong goes for an 80’s hairstyle look with her voluminous medium-to-large curls, set in different directions with hairspray. Recreating this look is not difficult with a 1” barrel curling iron. Spray a heat protectant mist before you begin working with a curling iron. This long Asian hairstyle is perfect if you wish to look effortlessly chic and draw attention to the freshness of your face.

Short and Sassy Hair with Bangs

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The Japanese are quite known for their diverse sense of fashion, particularly when it comes to hair. Yoko Maki, one of Japan’s most top-rated actresses, pulls off different stunning Asian hairstyles, but her glamorous long pixie with jagged bangs is a look that is definitely a scene-stealer. The unevenly cut fringe screams boldness and high fashion! This haircut with bangs won’t require much maintenance, so it’s something a girl with straight hair can easily pull off.

Asian American Straight Bob Haircut

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Short Asian hairstyles, including bob cuts, have always been extremely popular. No wonder this particular style constantly makes its way to the runways and red carpet. Tian Yuan chooses this simple yet timeless hairstyle, because it makes her look youthful and nonchalant yet classy. With a bit of setting spray, it will last the whole day, so it’s a perfect choice for a whole-day event.

Loose Asian Bun Updo with a Bouffant

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Bring out the elegance with the style that doesn’t make you feel older. This loose updo for Asian women definitely has a youthful aura. The former Disney star Brenda Song is one of the finest Asian beauties. Here is a photo where she flaunts the sophisticated bouffant hairstyle at the 2014 FOX TCA Winter Party. Tease your locks at the roots to achieve the volume needed for the bouffant and create a neat bun to complete your classy updo.

Updo with Long Bangs

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This classic and effortlessly beautiful Asian hairstyle compliments Lee Eun Woo’s lovely features and truly brings the glow in her image with those loose front layers. The soft waves are all curled at the back into a low bun and small sections are pulled out additionally to create a classy laid back look.

Mocha Brown Waves in Long Asian American Hairstyle

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Soft and loose curls never fail to give a very sophisticated flair to your entire look. Brooke Burns graced her beautiful mocha brown hair with soft, large curls swept to one side for a more vintage vibe.

Trendy High Hairdo

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Are you an Asian girl who always goes for something new and cute in terms of hairstyles? Here’s a lovely hairstyle from Film Independent Spirit Awards. Hong Chau had her hair neatly gathered into a high ponytail, braided and secured as a bun with an elastic band.

Mirror-Like Shine and Silk of Asian Hair

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Another elegant take on the common look with straight hair is this divine hairstyle, Tang Wei wore to the Black Hat Premiere. The downdo requires a soft volume to achieve the bounce of straight tresses. As we see, they look anything but flat. Let all the hair flow to one side. For a more exquisite look, curl the ends randomly and finish with a shiny hair serum.

Barely There Waves with Light Face-Framing Highlights

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Jamie Chung sported very delicate waves at the Critics Choice Awards. Her ravishing “barely there” waves looked flawlessly natural. The subtle face-framing highlights in this exquisite Asian hairstyle are something we absolutely love about this hairstyle!

Slicked Back Style for Long Straight Hair

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This hairstyle requires lots of hair mousse and setting spray because you would want your locks to hold the lift at the roots and stay voluminous throughout the day. Gwendoline Yeo made an elegant statement with this sleek hairstyle and her plain white gown. Achieving this won’t take a very long time, as you will only need to comb your hair back, create volume at the roots by gentle teasing, and then fix the result with lots of hairspray.

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