and undone have been center stage for a minute, but it's time again for straight hairstyles to shine. If the and taught us anything, it's that this early aughts look is not to be overlooked.Our favorite celebs have put their own spin on straight hair, like who went edgy at the Emmy's and the models at the who paid homage to the Y2K look with long, pin straight layers.To help jog our memories on how to nail straight hairstyles (without the dreaded un-straightened pieces you missed in the back–millennials will remember), we asked celeb hairstylist and mane man, to share some of his favorite looks.Whether you already have some fringe going on or you want to try it out, Fox shows that a straight, blunt style with bangs is the way to go.
There are great quality clip-in options like the ones from that allow for some non-committal fun.Josh says, “adding a slight bend at the end of hair will add volume to the style but will still maintain the sleek look,” and based off Deutch's fabulous flippy ends, we'd have to say we agree.The queen of lengthy looks, Kardashian went for a deep rooty side part with this straight, platinum style.
For hair this long, it doesn't take much to mess it up, so reach for a smoothing styler like . “It blocks humidity from your hair for up to 72 hours and will add extra shine,” says Josh.“A lot of cuts look great with straight hair which is what makes the style so great,” says Josh, “but I particularly love a shoulder hitting, one length lob with straight hair.” D'Addario's edgy cut is perfect for showing off those blunt ends.
It's key to keep hair smooth and frizz-free, so try .Brunson proves that a long, straight pony is the perfect accessory for any occasion, even in a ball gown.