This page displays some of Lindsay's most common looks. The length doesn't change much, and there are usually plenty of waves and volume, but Li-Lo definitely knows how to keep things interesting!
Her haircolor has ranged from blonde to black in recent years, and this page shows photos of each shade... along with a few tips to achieve the same look.
Bouncy, voluptuous blonde waves. Classic Lindsay, even down to the center part.
These lively curls are easily achieved by wrapping random lengths around the outside of a curling iron. Most of the volume is concentrated in the mid-section and ends, with the top left fairly flat.
Separate the curls with your fingers and lightly tousle throughout before spraying with a medium or firm hold hairspray.
Large, smooth waves and a rare side part make this a glamorous style that would suit a range of occasions from formal to casual.
Create a deep side part and set hair on jumbo rollers, leaving out the fringe section. Remove rollers and backcomb the crown sections, then smooth out the curls with a brush. Run fingers through the curls afterwards to create a bit of separation.
Use a large round brush and hair dryer to smooth out the fringe section and direct it over to the side to blend with the waves.
Here Lindsay ramps up the "pretty" factor with a half up-do. Here's how to get the look...
The waves look best if all hair from the ears back is set into large rollers. See our instructions for roller setting hair.
Once the curls are set, backcomb hair in the crown and back. Then secure half back, with the lower lengths left to hang in large, loose waves.
The side sections become a thick fringe, which adds some drama, especially in the near black haircolor Lindsay is wearing here.
Loose, flowing tendrils create a romantic feel with this style.
Simply smooth out hair with a round brush and hair dryer, then use a curling iron to create a few loose spiral curls in the ends.
Like most Lindsay Lohan hairstyles, this one has a center part which can be difficult to pull off on some face shapes. This style can be adapted with a side part if that suits your face better.
Sleek, shiny long lengths and a dark chestnut color give this simple style a dramatic edge.
Use a quality flat iron to smooth out all sections. The center part can be changed for a side part, or just slightly off-center if that suits your face shape better.