Hair Crush: Freja Beha Erichsen


When I start thinking about getting my hair cut, colored, or whatever, the first thing I do is put together an inspiration folder of hair styles that I like. Freja Beha Erichsen is one of those people I keep going back to.Tousled waves. Bangs that have a mind of their own. Just the right amount of frizz. A shade of brown so rich, it’s almost edible, with highlights that don’t even try to be blonde. And most of all, she owns it. Her hair does its thing, and she just goes with it. She’s beautiful, which helps, one has to have a carefree spirit has to go with wild hair like that.

She’s one of the few people who stick with that medium length, as many models and celebs have loooong hair or super short. Personally, I find clavicle length to be the best for my own locks. And my bangs, they never do what I tell them to. Even when I demand them to stay put. And brown hair can easily look uninspired. No one dreams of having brown hair, well, not like people dream of being a blonde or a red head, or having raven-black hair. But Freja makes being a brunette covetable.

So there’s my love letter to Freja’s hair.

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Images from: Dossier Journal, Russh Magazine, Mother, Saint Laurent, Chanel, Valentino, Vogue UK, and Adam Whitehead

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  1. becky :: accooohtrements

    for making messy bangs chic, we thank you freja.

    becky :: accooohtrements.wordpress.com

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  2. jen

    Jennine, where do you stand on hair-washing frequency? I have curly / wavy fine hair that is way too poofy the first day, but I can’t go more than one day without washing, it just feels icky. Does dry shampoo help alleviate that?

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      OH yeah, I’m figuring that out now. I say two or three times a week. Start by only washing every other day. I’ve also found that since I’ve used Giovanni hair products (I discovered them at Whole Foods… after almost giving up on WF beauty products) my hair has been more managble frizz wise.


      You might want to check them out, the shampoos and conditioners aren’t too expensive $7-9 range. The 2Chic leave in conditioner is a life saver http://www.giovannicosmetics.com/products/item.asp?prodtype=2CHIC3&cat=2CHIC3&subcat=2CHIC3&item=2CHIC3-TREAT-4

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