Hillary Clinton’s Soft Curls For Inauguration: Get The Look

Mon, January 21, 2013 12:12pm EST by 7 Comments
Hillary Clinton Inauguration Hair

The US Secretary of State looked so pretty with her hair worn in long effortless curls for the 57th Presidential Inauguration ceremonial swearing-in of President Barack Obama at the US Capitol on January 21, 2013 in Washington, DC. Do YOU love the look? Sound off below!

Hillary Clinton has been letting her hair down a lot more lately. Ditching her conservative coif, the politician has grown out her short blonde strands and wearing her new more soft and feminine style with so much more ease.

Hilary Clinton’s many hairstyles

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As one of the most public figures in this country, it’s been hard not to notice Hillary’s hair evolution. Behind those famous ‘dos is one woman, Isabelle Goetz, Hillary’s long-time hairstylist, who’s been working with her since the late 1990s. Hillary discovered Goetz after facing criticism for too many hairstyles and too-expensive cuts. Isabelle has been the force behind the bob, the headbands and now the longer, more layered style. “She never directed me about what to do,” says Isabelle. Now, with her longer hair, Hillary has been playing with different looks, including ponytails. However, Isabelle can’t take credit for those: “I only see her now when she is in town, which is not often,” she tells US News. “With her crazy schedule, [the ponytail] is what she wants.”

When asked about Hillary’s hair for the 57th inauguration, “We didn’t talk about her hair for her daughter’s wedding until the day of,” Isabelle says. “Her hair on inauguration day will… depend on the weather.”