Right from the first episode of "The Martha Stewart Show," Martha has sported her signature warm blonde, short-medium hairstyle. Here, her look is current yet understated.
A fresh, face-framing bob for the 100th episode.
Straighter, longer locks -- and green -- for the Saint Patrick's Day Show.
The volume suggests glamour, but the style is low-maintenance all the way.
A longer bob highlights Martha's naturally thick hair.
A balance of casual and sophisticated is achieved with heavy layers.
Flipped-out ends add a sweet, playful touch.
Golden, chunky tresses for the Season 4 premiere, which was taped at Martha's home in Katonah, New York.
A shorter, more polished bob.
Martha switched the side of her part toward the end of Season 4.
Shorter layers around the sides lightens Martha's look.
Face-framing layers hit at right spots for the Season 5 premiere.
A similiar cut, but much different look achieved with edgier styling.
A longer, piecey style, enhanced by a natural wave at the ends.
This style is both soft yet contemporary, and just long enough to tuck behind the ears.
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