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How to Do Athleisure Hairstyles Like the Celebs

It takes work to get in tip-top shape -- and there's no better motivation in Hollywood than looking good while doing it.

Athleisure has made strides in recent years, and celebrities are buying in to ultra-cool, super-slick workout gear by fitness favorites like Nike and Adidas, as well as trendy new brands like LNDR and Michi.

Steal their sick styles below

Taylor Swift's colorful Nike LunarEpic Low Flyknit Ultd running sneakers pack a flirty punch. (Getty)

With plentiful athleisure options these days, there's no excuse to being a total snooze-fest. We love Gigi's ultra-cool sports bra with trendy white stripes and pink trim by LNDR. (Getty)

The actress totally puts the "muscle" in muscle tank! We love her totally hike-ready "Nurture Nature" tank by Suburban Riot. (Getty)

 Leave it to Tay to find the perfect post-workout white tee! We love the high-low silhouette of THE GREAT. Shirttail tee.(Getty)

Mesh accents add a sporty touch to Diane Kruger's capri leggings. For a similar look, try Michael Kors' MICHAEL cropped mesh-trim active leggings. (Getty)
Model Winnie Harlow looked killer in full-length leggings, a form-fitting black Nike pullover and killer Puma "Fierce" trainers. (Getty)
Mesh-panel leggings are everywhere, but we love the curved placement on this pair! (Getty) 
With the advent of all kinds of athleisure looks, Gigi threw it back with the classic Adidas three-stripe legging. (Getty)

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