Caroline Wozniacki Hair, Hairstyle, Haircut, Hair Color

Caroline Wozniacki
Caroline Wozniacki attending ESPYs at Milk Studios in Hollywood, July 2015

Born Name

Caroline Wozniacki


Caroline was born on July 11, 1990.

Born Place

Odense, Denmark


Tennis Player, model

Natural Hair Color


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Caroline Wozniacki

Caroline Wozniacki looked gorgeous and splendid in a black one shoulder dress that had cut offs at the side to tease a hint of skin as she posed for the photographs at the the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit 2016 Swim City Celebration held at the Altman Building in New York City on February 15, 2016. The tennis star has starred in nothing but painted-on swimwear photoshoot with the magazine.

Hair Color

Honey Blonde

The Danish beauty was seen at the glitzy magazine promotion event with her blonde locks styled in a classy hairstyle, which was a perfect match for her black dress that drew attention to her toned and athletic body and gave glimpse of her taut tummy through cut out panels.

Hair Length


The former World number one decided to wear her medium length blonde locks in a wavy hairstyle, which looked perfect on her. Her hairstyle was beautifully complemented by her glossy make up, featuring subtle honey hued blush, nude lip color and slick of black eye liner.

Hair Style

Loose Barrel Curls

Caroline opted to style her lustrous locks in a lovely loose barrel curls hairstyle. Her locks were parted on the right side and swept towards the other side. Her gorgeous barrel curls were left loose to sweep over her shoulders in gorgeous tight waves. Her tight barrel curls framed her face in a flattering way.

Highlight Color


Hair Texture


Caroline decided to wear her locks in a wavy textured hairstyle for the event held on Monday night.

Hair Accessories


Professional Tip

One of the most effect trick to ensure your curls last longer is to let curl set before letting it go. Take a fresh curl and secure it with a clip or bobby pin. The curl should be in same shape as it is on curling iron. Once your curl has cooled down, it will close the hair cuticles (which open up on transfer heat) and set the curl in the shape it is. This will make your curl last longer.


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