Sue Ramirez is definitely one of the best local celebrities to check out if you need hair inspiration. From a pixie cut to waist-length hair, name it and the actress has probably nailed it already. She’s one daring gal when it comes to hair for sure! If you scroll ahead, we’ve rounded up 10 of the best hairstyles we’ve seen on Sue. Check them out and you might just find your next hair inspo!
10 Pretty Hairstyles As Seen on Sue Ramirez
1. Buttery blonde lob
2. Wet hair look
It may seem intimidating at first, but you can easily achieve this wet ‘do at home in three easy steps. First, dry your hair until it’s damp and then comb through your hair with a wide-toothed comb. From there, make sure to use a high shine gel to pull off the sleek wet hair look. Finish it off with a spritz of hairspray and you’re good to go!
3. Pixie cut
Will it really be a Sue Ramirez hairstyle roundup without her iconic pixie? Take cues from her and put on criss cross gold bobby pins to spice up your short ‘do!
4. '90s lob
This model-approved hairstyle is a timeless classic for a reason! Aside from having a ton of bounce and volume, you can easily upgrade it with face-framing layers matched with a middle part as seen on Sue. So pretty!
5. Fringed choppy bob
This textured cut is your best bet if you’re growing out your hair or if you have thin tresses since it works wonders in adding movement and definition to your hair. Add a fringe to complete the cool girl look à la Tokyo from Money Heist!
6. High ponytail with curls
Give your usual high ponytail a twist by pairing it with curled locks for a more voluminous look. (Pro tip: Take a section of your ponytail and wrap it around the hair elastic for a more seamless look.)
7. Middle part with statement barrettes
If you have naturally wavy hair, embrace your hair’s natural texture and simply part it in the middle and accessorize it with vibrant statement barrettes. Meanwhile, if you have naturally straight hair fret, not as you can still achieve this look by pressing your tresses with a handy crimper.
8. Bob with full bangs
Growing out your hair from a pixie? Sport Sue’s choppy bob, and while you’re at it, add a full fringe too!It's a great way to frame a wide forehead, plus bangs are always a good look.
9. Mermaid waves with fringe
This ‘do is proof that Sue looks equally stunning in both short and long hairstyles! The good news? You can easily cop these mermaid waves by braiding your hair while it’s damp and then loosening it once your hair is dry.
10. Long layered block cut
Go for this hairstyle if you want to try something fresh while keeping the long length of your tresses. Top it off with a bandana headwrap for that effortlessly chic look! Side note: You can also use bandanas whenever you want to conceal a bad hair day or when you’re looking for a simple way to elevate your look.