Try on Kate Walsh hairstyles. We provide easy "How to style" tips as well as letting you know which hairstyles will match your face shape, hair texture and hair density.
This mocha brown hairdo is layered around the front and back to encourage the movement of the soft waves added for shape and style. This casual look is great for those with long face shapes and easy to achieve with the right tolls and products.
These red locks are blow-waved smooth and perfectly into place best suited to compliment a round face shape. This hairstyle is easy to re-create and is great for any occasion. Regular trims will help maintain style and prevent split ends.
This fabulous 'do is blow-dried smooth showing off the layers cut around the back and sides which adds plenty of shape to compliment a simple style.The middle part makes this hairstyle perfect for those with round face shapes. A little product is needed for shine and hold.
This gorgeous 'do has jagged cut layers cut through the sides and front to add shape and style which is great to frame round face shapes. This hairstyle is easy to re-create on those with fine to medium hair and will need regular trims every 4-6 weeks to avoid split ends.
Kate looked fantastic with this medium length hairstyle. Her layers were cut from the mid-lengths to ends which made it easy for her to style into loose waves for body and fullness.
Kate had all eyes on her great blunt-cut bob. Her length sat beautifully under her jaw line, showing off jagged layers worn over to one side. This simple hairdo is best suited to those with squarer faces because the length and front layers soften the jaw line.
This was a seductive look for Kate Walsh at Disney and ABC's TCA All-Star Party. Her ravishing red mane was styled into waves through the mid-lengths and ends and fell over her shoulders beautifully. Soft subtle layers were cut through the edges to enhance her waves and lighten the edges of her style.
Grey’s Anatomy star Kate Walsh sparkled her way across the red carpet at the Emmy Awards on August 27th, 2006 in a silver sequined creation. The shine opulence of the dress was counterbalanced by her simplistic hair style.
Long, sleek, parted in the middle and shining in an extraordinary color, her hair was amazing, for the occasion however it could have used a touch more glamour. The amber, copper hair was blow dried to a smooth fall over the shoulders and tugged behind the ears for a natural look, it was lightly tapered towards the ends in front and smoothing serum made sure that there was no frizz.