How to Wear Your Hair This Year

May 6, 2010 Updated: May 6, 2010

Hair styles crowning the cat walk included the classic, enduring, sleek bun. It can be worn pulled back or with a part on the side or down the middle. (Mike Flokis/Getty Images)
Hair styles crowning the cat walk included the classic, enduring, sleek bun. It can be worn pulled back or with a part on the side or down the middle. (Mike Flokis/Getty Images)
This season, we see a multitude of options for hair styles—long or medium-length, straight or waved, pulled back, pulled up, or hanging loose. Take your choice!
Designers also loosened up the bun a bit for a softer look, placing the loose bundle of hair at the back of the head, on the top, or even the side. (Steven Henry/Getty Images)
Designers also loosened up the bun a bit for a softer look, placing the loose bundle of hair at the back of the head, on the top, or even the side. (Steven Henry/Getty Images)
Long or medium-length hair worn as wavy with layers or straight is popular with the younger crowd of red carpet celebrities. It's an easy style to wear that requires little fuss for casual occasions or even more formal. This year the trend for long, loo (Steven Henry/Getty Images)
Long or medium-length hair worn as wavy with layers or straight is popular with the younger crowd of red carpet celebrities. It's an easy style to wear that requires little fuss for casual occasions or even more formal. This year the trend for long, loo (Steven Henry/Getty Images)
With bangs or without, a bob can accentuate the right facial structure and show off a beautiful neck. (Mike Flokis/Getty Images)
With bangs or without, a bob can accentuate the right facial structure and show off a beautiful neck. (Mike Flokis/Getty Images)
In the fall, long hair will be tempered with pins that sweep hair off of the front of the face and on the sides. This can be done with a gentle side part or directly back from the forehead.Mike Flokis/Getty Images (Mike Flokis/Getty Images)
In the fall, long hair will be tempered with pins that sweep hair off of the front of the face and on the sides. This can be done with a gentle side part or directly back from the forehead.Mike Flokis/Getty Images (Mike Flokis/Getty Images)
Long hair with a side part (Mike Flokis/Getty Images)
Long hair with a side part (Mike Flokis/Getty Images)
More long hair options (Mike Flokis/Getty Images)
More long hair options (Mike Flokis/Getty Images)
The pompadour is this year�s version of an up-do. Instead of the classic style, which seems old- fashioned for 2010, a pompadour gives the wearer a more cutting-edge look. (Florian Seefried/Getty Images)
The pompadour is this year�s version of an up-do. Instead of the classic style, which seems old- fashioned for 2010, a pompadour gives the wearer a more cutting-edge look. (Florian Seefried/Getty Images)