Posing with her mom, diva Diana Ross, Tracee Ellis Ross smooths her strands back in a headband.
At an event in 2000, Ross swept the top half of her hair back in a bun, leaving the rest loose and curly.
Here, Ross lets her natural ringlets fly free — no crunchy product, no accessories, no fuss. Just soft, sexy spirals!
Here, Ross pulls the top half of her hair into a ponytail, balancing out the look with huge gold hoops.
Ross slicks her tresses back in a tight, high bun, punctuating the look with an electric fuchsia lip.
Ross created a side part and let her locks fall in long, curly layers.
Tracee Ellis Ross pulls her curls back into a messy knot — classy, easy, and cool.
For a 2006 Oscar party, Tracee Ellis Ross set her hair for sleek, defined curls with a retro vibe.
Ross pulled her locks back in a loose chignon, leaving height at the crown. So elegant.
Ross defined her curls with a large curling iron, and tucked them under at the nape of her neck to created a faux bun. For a sexy final touch, she pinned it up on one side.
Ross goes for a casual chic moment with a fluffy, shoulder-length blowout.
Ross braided her hair in two prairie cornrows, protecting her ends from the heat, styling tools and environmental damage.
At the fourth annual Black Girls Rock concert, Ross piled her ringlets on top of her head for a casual vibe.
In a nod to the 1940s, Tracee Ellis Ross rocked wet-set curls pinned above one ear. So cute.
At the Black Girls Rock concert, Tracee Ellis Ross swept her gorgeous ringlets up in to a high topknot. So glam!
Ross attended the Independent Spirit Awards flaunting her hot, new crimson hair hue.
Ross flaunted her carefree curls at the Optimum Salon Haircare Miracle Oil product launch event in New York City.