Asian woman with long straight hair with bangs

Best Hairstyles for Long Straight Hair

Whether you love to keep your long straight hair up or down, you'll find a 'do for you in this roundup!

Long straight hair is versatile. It can simply be worn as is, or it can be styled in different ways. You can jazz it up with texture, add eye-catching details, use a cute accessory, or sprinkle it with tiny braids here and there—a little accent goes a long way!

We’ve rounded up easy hairstyles to inspire you to experiment with different ways of styling your long straight hair. Check them out below.

15 Long Straight Hair Ideas

1. Sleek and Straight Down ‘Do

Asian woman with long straight hair standing in a park
This sleek and chic hairstyle suits any occasion. Credit: Hariono Halim

This simple but elegant hairstyle can be worn anywhere—in the office, at parties, or even on an ordinary day when you don’t have anything special planned. Achieve this ‘do by ironing your hair with a hair straightener and finishing with a drop of hair serum for shine.

Bottle of TRESemme Keratin Smooth KERA10 Shampoo

Editor’s tip: Get sleek and smooth hair every day by using TRESemmé Keratin Smooth KERA10 Shampoo. It has KERA10 Protein Complex, which can penetrate up to 10 layers deep into your hair. This shampoo gives your hair 10 salon benefits in one wash! These include making your hair soft, smooth, and shiny, calming frizz, taming flyaways, providing heat protection, and detangling knots.

2. Side Ponytail for Long Straight Hair

Asian woman with long straight hair in a side ponytail
Make your side ponytail look seamless by wrapping a small section of hair around your hair tie. Credit: Hariono Halim

Make your regular ponytail look dainty and romantic by putting it on the side. It’s great for daytime dates or coffee sessions with your friends.

3. Low Ponytail With Tendrils

Asian woman with tendrils framing her face
Tendrils are actually uso this year. Credit:

Another way to spice up a simple, low ponytail is to add tendrils. After tying your hair, just loosen some strands near your hairline and let them frame your face, and you’re done.

4. High Ponytail

Back shot of an Asian woman with long straight hair in a high ponytail
Make your ponytail look higher by using two to three hair ties. Credit: Natasha Estelle

Look fierce and confident with a ponytail tied high up on your crown. You can wear it to complete your corporate-chic ensemble or to create a sexy and fun party hairstyle.

Cream Silk Triple Keratin Rescue Ultimate Straight

Editor’s tip: Keep frizz at bay by using Cream Silk Triple Keratin Rescue Ultimate Straight Ultra Conditioner after shampooing. It has keratin relaxers that tame frizz, keratin serum that revives hair from intense damage, and keratin essence that restores shine to extremely dull hair. 

5. Blowout Hairstyle

Asian woman with blown out long straight hair
With a good blowout, you can say bye to limp hair. Credit: Natasha Estelle

Got thin, straight hair? Giving it a blowout can add volume and bounce. To do this, part your hair in the middle, take a section of hair on one side near your hairline, and blow-dry it backwards as you brush its underside using a round, roller brush.

Rotate and roll the brush to give your hair a bouncy C-shape. Do the same on the other side and to the tips of your hair. Spritz hairspray all over your hair to seal the look.

6. Long Straight Hair With Full Bangs

Asian woman with long hair with bangs
You can use a hair roller to give your fringe a good shape. Credit: Natasha Estelle

Look high-fashion with full, blunt bangs cut just above your eyebrows. You can add layers to your long hair to give it texture and movement.

Bottle of Dove Keratin Tri-Silk Serum Straight & Silky Shampoo

Editor’s tip: Get extra straight, smooth, and shiny hair with Dove Straight & Silky Keratin Tri-Silk Serum Shampoo. Its triple-action formula combines the power of keratin, fiber actives, and serum ingredients, which all work together to repair damage, deeply nourish and protect, and leave your hair extra beautiful. This shampoo also has Amino Essence that boosts hair health and nourishes up to the core of your hair fibers. 

7. Sleek Braid With A Rope Accessory

Side shot of an Asian woman with long hair in a braid
Feel presko on a hot and humid day by braiding your long hair. Credit: Natasha Estelle

When you want to keep all strands in place, braiding your long straight hair is a smart move. You can simply create a basic three-strand braid, then wrap a hair rope around the base of your braid to jazz it up.

8. V-Shaped Haircut

Back shot of an Asian woman with long hair
A V-shaped haircut helps keep straight hair from looking plain and flat. Credit: Dennie Ramon

This type of haircut has tips that are short on the sides and longer in the middle, forming a V shape. And when you have long straight hair, the shape is even more defined.

Bottle of TRESemmé Keratin Smooth Shine Serum

Editor’s tip: Looking for a hair serum for your everyday styling needs? We recommend TRESemmé Keratin Smooth Anti-Frizz Shine Serum. It has keratin and marula oil, giving your hair five benefits in one amazing product. It calms frizz, detangles knots, adds shine, makes your hair soft, and tames flyaways. To use, just dispense a pump of this serum onto your palm and apply from the mid-lengths up to the tips of your hair. 

9. U-Cut Hair

Asian woman with long straight hair
U-shaped tips make long straight hair look bouncy. Credit: Hariono Halim

Meet V-shaped haircut’s equally stylish sister: U-cut hair. Its tips are also shorter on the side, but the resulting shape is more rounded than pointed. Getting this haircut is a clever way to add movement to your hair without too many layers.

10. Half-Up Top Knot With Bangs

Asian woman with long hair with bangs and a half up top knot
This hairstyle adds personality to your look. Credit: Dennie Ramon

This quirky half updo makes for a cute hairstyle for school. Complement it with see-through bangs that frame your face.

11. Half-Up Criss Cross

Asian woman with a half up criss cross hairstyle
Style your hair this way when going on a date or attending a cocktail party. Credit: Hariono Halim

This romantic half updo has a lot of twists—literally. But don’t worry, because this hairstyle is easy to make. Just take a small section of hair from your hairline, gather it on your crown, and secure it with bobby pins. Then, take a small section of hair from the right side, twist it, and secure it at the back of your head. Create another twist just below the first one and pin it at the back of your head again.

Repeat this process to the left side of your hair, hiding the bobby pins from the previous step as you secure a new twist at the back of your head. Spritz hairspray all over your head to make your hairstyle last, and you’re done!

12. Long Straight Hair With Hat

Asian woman wearing a hat and a yellow dress
A hat also doubles as a shield from the sun. Credit: All Things Hair

No time to blow-dry, iron, or tie your hair? Just put on a hat, and head out the door!

13. Shoelace Braid

Asian woman with a shoelace braid hairstyle
If your want your hair pulled back from your face but still cascading down your back, try the shoelace braid. Credit: Dennie Ramon

This cute braided hairstyle consists of a series of loose, shoelace-like knots secured with bobby pins on both sides of your hair. With this ‘do, you get to showcase your long straight even with sections of your hair braided.

14. Vintage Ponytail

Side view of an Asian woman with a vintage ponytail hairstyle
Got thin hair? Try this ‘do for added volume. Credit: Natasha Estelle

Vintage hairstyles aren’t all passé. You can actually still wear them today, like this ponytail with a bouffant. Create the puff by taking a section of hair from your hairline to your crown and teasing it, adding volume. Then, spritz hairspray to this section, then tie the rest of your hair into a ponytail just above your nape.

15. Ponytail With Bobby Pins

Asian woman with a ponytail and bobby pins on her hair
You can even form shapes on your hair using your bobby pins. Credit: Natasha Estelle

Another way to elevate a simple ponytail is to wear metallic bobby pins on one side of your hair. They also keep stray strands in place, giving you a neat hairstyle.

These hairstyles for long straight hair are easy to create and should keep your long locks from looking boring. Which one’s your favorite?