Cheryl Cole: an A List hair style history

With the announcement of Cheryl Cole’s new single, Crazy Stupid Love and the debut of her new hair look for 2014, we thought it was about high time we shared some of our favourite styles from the former Girls Aloud singer’s rich hair history! Fringe-s1 Fringe phase Working face-framing angles, Cheryl opted for a full, blunt hair cut with fringe back in 2007, keeping her locks super straight and sleek with plenty of big impact shine. Mid-length-s1 Mid length waves As the queen of hair with big volume, Cheryl didn’t do mid length hair by halves when she went for the chop. Styling her look with big curls and choppy layers, her shoulder length style made waves in the hair industry. Long-bob-s1 The asymmetric long bob (lob) Mixing up her mid length locks, Cheryl debuted a striking asymmetric lob (long bob) at her 28th birthday ‘do, perfectly framing her face and lightening her trademark brunette colour. Updo-s1 Hair up heaven Always the picture of pure glamour, Cheryl is known for hitting the jackpot when it comes to statement up dos. From high, glossy buns to bouffant ponytails, her famous locks are always preened to perfection. Brunette-s1 X Factor icon The most iconic Cheryl hairstyle has to be her brown, tumbling waves and big volume, as worn during her time on the X Factor. With her trademark, big hair blow dry, choppy layers, and rich chocolate brown hair colour, this look was a winner with fans of the show time and time again. Ombre-s1 Going ombre A new year brings a new style, and in 2014 Cheryl took the plunge and showed off a brand new blonde ombre look. First wearing her new cut super straight, and then reverting back to her much loved waves and curls, this new hairstyle has been a big hit. We can’t wait to see her new lighter colour in her new music video! You too can steal Cheryl’s ombre hair with the help of our Great Lengths Flowstrands. Chosen a favourite from our Cheryl Cole hairstyles run down? You too can bag a Cheryl–inspired hair look with the help of Great Lengths hair extensions. Visit our Great Lengths Salon Locator page to find your nearest stylist.

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