9 Best Emily Ratajkowski Hair Moments
Whether opting for a classic or quirky look, Em Rata’s style has an enviable effortlessness to it – even when she’s obviously spent hours in glam. From a killer top knot to subtle waves, or a delicately braided crown, there’s no look she can’t pull off. With so many moments to choose from, we’re honoring the hair style star by highlighting 9 of our favorite looks from the brunette-spo queen.
Em’s top knot meets messy bun is coolness exemplified. To recreate the vibe, make sure hair is slicked to perfection in the front (we recommend generous amounts of gel) with an ever-so-slightly tousled bun for an undone edge.
The queen of not trying too hard nails this off duty staple. Note to self – beach waves are flattering in every situation. To create a bend in the hair, weave hair into a flat iron, motioning it up and down from mid-section to ends. Let locks cool and generously applying a salt spray, working it in with your fingertips to heighten the touchable quality of the fresh waves.
A delicate headband accents a refined braided crown, with face-framing ends purposely left out for added dimension.
Even when hair is pushed back to perfection, Em Rata’s trademark effortlessness shines through. Once again, purposeful flyaways in the back help highlight the look’s sleekness, making it more fun and relaxed – while obviously chic.
Mimicking bangs, two face-framing layers are isolated via a center-part, while the rest of the hair fits (not too neatly) into an effortlessly sexy undone updo.
This look proves that wearing a bun doesn’t have to mean compromising on movement. Em Rata’s hair never stands still, in spite of her perfectly positioned mini chignon.
Em Rata is as known for her off duty looks as her IG posts, and this “caught in the act moment” shot shows off her signature brunette locks – which look 50 shades of caramel in the sunshine.
Em Rata isn’t afraid to go all out, as demonstrated by this iconic winged style, elegantly offset by long waves.
A center-part and straight texture draws attention to levels of layers.