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5 Game of Thrones Ladies That Give You Hair Envy

by Astrid Tirlea on May 19, 2019

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There’s no way you’re not a Game of Thrones fan by now: all the scheming and the testosterone are one thing to get addicted to, but then there’s the real deal - the ladies’ magnificent attires - and the hairstyles are definitely the cherry on top!

Sadly, we’re on the teary path of saying goodbye to the most beautiful female characters on TV ever (well, maybe except Dynasty), so we want to cherish these last moments with our top five fave femmes fatales of the series and their formidable hairdos. It’s the least we can incorporate from their amazing looks!

So, without further ado and in no specific order, here are our five GoTo ladies that gave us hair envy throughout eight cliff-hanging, jaw-dropping, fantasy fulfilling seasons.

1. Cersei Lannister

Admittedly, CC might not be the most loved character of the show, but hey, who's perfect? Well, in complete honesty, her style is pretty much always perfect, be it a loose cascade of honey-blonde hair or a super intricate "Obey to your queen, or else" hairdo. She can rock basically any style, and that's a fact, since we kinda liked her without extensions as well! (quite a lot, tbh).

We thought an intermediate level hairstyle inspired by her royal amazeness would be just the thing to get you to channel that inner queen. Just add a set of our Royal Golden Blonde clip-in hair extensions and you're good to go as Cersei to your GoT themed party! 

2. Margaery Tyrell

The new queen-to-be simply had to go all out there in order to follow in Cersei's shoes. And boy oh boy, did Marge just nail it! At first, she played the innocent people's advocate with her pretty, wavy, goldy locks, but she really kicked it up a notch after becoming queen with intricate updos and braided crowns.

Since those are slightly harder to incorporate into daily life, we suggest you try this young and refined loose hairstyle that might just get you into the queen-making business, with the help of our Silky Light Brown clip-in hair extensions!

3. Sansa Stark

Yeah, ok, to be honest, these ladies are all queens in a way or another and SanSan is no different in her initial style, when she basically tried to fit in amongst royalty. But she went through a lot of changes over the years, and that shows perfectly through her hairdos. Young, innocent, loose haired Sansa gave way to the queen copycat, finishing the game with a demure, no-bullshit type of look that makes her a new strong player this season.

So why not make her journey, starting with that big doe-eyed girl on her way to making all her dreams come true, enhanced by our TruBlend Light Red clip-in hair extensions! 

4. Melisandre 

We knew from the get-go that Melly was no jelly - she's as tough and fiery on the inside as she looks on the outside. One could argue that she really needs no fireworks, 'cuz she's all that. Mel never seems to want to draw attention to her style and yet she's always so low-key elegant. Well, who needs to shine when you can literally burn, am I right?


One of the more intricate style she wore reminds us again of a queen's moderate style crown, a hairdo that you could easily incorporate into your daily routine with the help of our Signature Weft in the Rosewood shade!

5. Daenerys Targaryen

Dragon Mommy really knows how to set herself apart from our other queen role models. Be it Khaleesi or Warrior Dany, her intricate braiding system seems hard to hack and her perfect white hair seems like an old-age promise, at best.

But don't worry, we got you, babes! You can get the same amazing look with these easy Dutch braids and our Royal White Blonde clip-in hair extensions.

And on that note... no Hair Queen is complete without a king who measures up. Our bonus round of applause go to Khal Drogo and his to-die-for pony. Ladies, go find your stallion, oh, we meant king!

1 comment
by Juliana on January 24, 2020

So cute, love you guys!


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