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10 Date-Night Hairstyles You'll Always Get Compliments On

10 Date-Night Hairstyles You'll Always Get Compliments On
10 Date-Night Hairstyles You'll Always Get Compliments On
10 Date-Night Hairstyles You'll Always Get Compliments On
10 Date-Night Hairstyles You'll Always Get Compliments On
10 Date-Night Hairstyles You'll Always Get Compliments On
10 Date-Night Hairstyles You'll Always Get Compliments On
10 Date-Night Hairstyles You'll Always Get Compliments On
10 Date-Night Hairstyles You'll Always Get Compliments On
10 Date-Night Hairstyles You'll Always Get Compliments On
10 Date-Night Hairstyles You'll Always Get Compliments On

From first dates to long-term relationships, we all go through that pre-date thought process that goes something like What will I do with my hair? (That is, if we aren’t already freaking out about what outfit to wear.) Our first piece of advice: Don’t overthink it. Your date is with you because of you, not your hair. Still, we understand following that advice is easier said than done. Who doesn’t want to look and feel great on a date? That’s where these 10 date-night hairstyles come in. Not only are they easy to pull off, but they keep the focus on you (in other words: no distracting, over-the-top updos to be found).

Keep scrolling for date-night hair inspiration from the likes of Selena Gomez, Ruby Rose, Lucy Hale, and other celebrity hair goddesses. Plus, we’ve included product picks to help you get their looks. (Oh, and good luck on the date! Let us know how it goes?)

Whether you’re on a first date or the thousandth, you can’t go wrong with glossy, non-fussy waves like Selena Gomez’s.

A simple topknot is great for dressier date nights (or if your hair isn’t behaving that day). For an equally elegant but slightly less stuffy look, pull a few strands loose like Maya Hawke did here.

Half-Up, Half-Down

10 Date-Night Hairstyles You'll Always Get Compliments On

Half-up hair works with pretty much every hair texture, and adds an instant romantic feel. Case in point: Margaret Qualley’s pretty style. Try using a fun hair clip instead of a hair tie for a subtle update.

A far cry from the boy-band look in the late '90s, this style adds a spin—and a touch of volume—to shorter crops. Look to Ruby Rose for inspiration, and be sure to have product on hand to keep the style in place.