Margot Robbie became a household name after staring in The Wolf of Wall Street alongside Leonardo DiCaprio and taking on the role of Harley Quinn in Suicide Squad. But we’ve been fans of her ever since she graced the small screen in the short-lived series Pan Am. It wasn’t just because the role proved she had star quality, it was because that was the role we became obsessed with Margot Robbie’s hair. Her effortless beach waves, that stunning side part, and her ability to make grown-out roots look chic had us saving every single one of her looks for hairstyle inspiration. And that folder is ever-growing.
We wanted to share some of our favorite looks from Margot’s many red carpet appearances so you could better understand why this Australian beauty is the ultimate blonde bombshell. Scroll below for the Margot Robbie’s best hair moments throughout her career so far!
Banging Low Pony
Not many people could pull off this look, but leave it to Margot to look as radiant as ever with bangs covering most of her face. The layers, the color, it’s so casual yet so chic.
Classic Side Part
Margot always makes the case for the side part. So long as she’s sporting it, we will be too!
Low Knot With Sculpted Waves
When we say we wore sculpted waves every day for months after seeing this look, we mean it. And the low knot is just perfection. Margot really has the low-maintenance look down pat while still elevating it for red carpets.
No single celebrity has inspired us to grow out our roots more than Margot. We used to hide them and get them redone as often as possible, but now we’ve embraced them.
Modern Middle Part
Even though Margot is known for her classic side part, she still makes the middle part look good. And reminds us that it’s perfectly acceptable to switch between the two. Take that, Gen Z.
Talk about tousled texture! Margot’s locks look incredible in this soft grunge-inspired look.
Bringing surfer girl chic to the red carpet, Margot’s effortless high bun is something we could wear every day. And we definitely have. Thanks for the inspo!
A Touch of Waves
Waves suit Margot so well, proving that Australians really do beach babe hair better than anyone.
S Waves for Romance
Another wave look? You bet. These romantic S waves are too stunning not to share. This is what we hope to look like when creating waves in our hair, though it never works out as well as it did with Margot.
Look at Margot living her best life with her natural hair. We’d give anything to wake up to strands like this.
The ’80s called, and they said they wished they pulled off the crimped strands and deep side part as well as Margot. We feel you…
Old Hollywood Glamour
We’re a sucker for a vintage look made modern. Inspired by ’70s icon Lauren Hutton, these strands are serving up some serious hot girl summer vibes.
School Girl Chic
School’s in session and we’d love a lesson in how to achieve this low pony look from Margot’s glam team.
Peace, Love, and Braids
We’ll never get over this sweet homage to Sharon Tate—never. We’re here for the flower power this look holds and the nod to the actress.
Flipped ends are always a good time. They’re easy to pull off and a great way to look extra put together when you can’t be bothered to do your hair. Not that Margot didn’t do her hair, she did. We’re just saying.
Margot proves she owns 51% of the company with this sculpted updo. If you know, you know.
Curious how you’d look in a bob but not quite ready to chop your locks? Margot showcases how to fake a bob so you can be sure it’s right for you. And it is right for Margot.
Put a Bow on It
Looking pretty in pink and making a case for black velvet bows, this half-up half-down hairstyle is to die for. No really, we would die for it.
We’re flipping obsessed with Margot’s sleek bob at the Sydney premiere of Petter Rabbit. She looks as cute as a bunny!
Channeling her inner Elsa, Margot puts the ice queen to shame with her take on the cascading French braid.
The Top Knot to End All Top Knots
This has been our reference photo for years. The top knot has never looked better.
Low Space Buns
Yet another look from a Peter Rabbit premiere, Margot just couldn’t let us breathe, could she? We can’t even put into words how sweet and adorable these low space buns are.