With a team of hairstylists constantly ready and waiting, celebrities can change their hairstyles as easily and often as they want.

But for regular, everyday girls, taking the plunge from blonde to brunette or chopping off long locks can be scary and expensive.

For those looking for a change but are uncertain about what to do, http://www.beautyriot.com/hairstyles is a great place to start. Packed with tons of celebrity-inspired hairstyles, you can select your hair length, color and face shape and get instant recommendations!

For example, Kirsten Dunst has been known to rock a medium-length haircut with beachy waves. If you have fine hair and need extra volume to achieve this look, a Human Hair Extensions body wave could be the answer. Made from 100% human hair, the clip-in extensions are a perfect way to instantly add volume and luscious waves to any head of hair.

If you are thinking about bangs, short, blunt-cut hair is very popular. Celebrities such as Paris Hilton and Ashley Simpson have all sported the ultra-trendy style in recent months. But if you haven’t had bangs since you were in middle school and teased them with a rolling brush, the thought of bangs can be really scary. However, Human Hair Extensions clip-in fringe bangs can be a great solution. Designed to wear bluntly or side swept, these amazing bangs let you experiment with new styles without cutting your own hair.

And if highlights sound appealing, check out celeb-inspired dos like Sarah Jessica Parker or Khloe Kardashian. For those who are more adventurous, colored streaks such as pink, purple, red or blue could be fun. To help achieve similar highlighted looks, Human Hair Extensions offers a variety of highlight streak packs in colors such as platinum blonde, black, red, pink, purple, leopard, etc.

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http://www.beautyriot.com/hairstyles

Katie Clontz is a customer service representative and staff writer for Human Hair Extensions. She has a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Ball State University and has worked at publications such as Angie’s List, the Knightstown Banner and The Courier-Times.