You may be hooked by the intricate plot turns and magical mystery of Game of Thrones, but it's partly the woven and twisted hairdos  that keep us coming back. Since it's easy to miss a great hairstyle  when you're focused on the show's shocking plot, we've rounded up some of the most intricate styles from the series. Brace yourself for all the (hair) twists and turns of season five! These braids are so complex, you'll need a lady-in-waiting to assist.
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Daenerys's dreamy braids would make for a gorgeous bridal style.
Cersei's half-up braided style featured sculpted, cascading waves.
Daenerys meets with Barristan wearing her hair in platinum plaits with loose, gently curled tendrils framing her face.
Into the Woods
No braids here! A young Cersei and Maggy the Frog keep their long hair pinned off their faces.
As Cersei says goodbye to her father, Tywin, we get a closer look at her beautiful updo.
All of the women of her kingdom have impressive locks, but Queen Cersei's intricate, half-up style rules them all.
Short and Tough
As Arya finally goes out on her own, her short haircut keeps her identity under wraps.
Complex and Elegant
Daenerys continues her fight for the throne, but her elegant twisted updo reflects the complexities that have kept her so far from reaching her ultimate goal of rule.
Can't Be Tamed
Shae's wild style fits her untamed personality, which ultimately leads to her untimely end after Tyrion catches her sleeping with his father.
The wildling Ygritte is fit to fight in a practical hairstyle that was made for battle.
Knight Watch Waves
Jon Snow's locks are flying wild as he is deep in battle at Castle Black.
Dark and Brooding
Sansa's newly darkened locks give her a more mature and serious look.
A Heavenly Halo
Daenerys is bathed in light while banishing Ser Jorah Mormont.
Ellaria Sand's cascading curls can't be tamed as she is forced to say goodbye to Oberyn Martell after he is brutally killed in battle.
Goodbye to Fire
Sansa reveals that she is no longer a little girl when she makes the decision to change her bright red locks to a moody black instead.
Sansa's long auburn hair comes under attack after the vicious Lysa Arryn catches Sansa being kissed by her husband.
Sana keeps her hair natural while spending time out in the snow at the Eyrie.
No-Fuss French Braid
An elegant braided updo keeps all eyes on Daenerys during an intimate moment with sellsword Daario.
Light and Bright
Daenerys's cascading curls are a more relaxed look than her typically complicated braids.
During Tyrion's trial, Cersei departs from her usual cascading curls for a twisted and curled style that is as tightly wound as the royal.
Elegant Yet Complicated
Daenerys may look confident in her throne room, but her twisted, curled, and braided locks reflect the complexities of her position leading the Unsullied.
Strolling through the garden with Prince Oberyn Martell, Cersei continues to stay true to her signature hairstyle: soft curls with face-framing pieces pulled back.
A Crown of Braids
Taking a break from warfare and travel, Daenerys decides to govern the city of Mereen, and her elegant, pulled-back braid demands attention while showing off the elegance of the Khaleesi.
Hiding in Plain Sight
Sansa arrives at the Eyrie with her braided hair tucked under a travel-worn hood. On the run after the death of King Joffrey, Sansa's style is understated to keep her from detection.
After the death of beloved son Joffrey, Cersei maintains a simple look while visiting his body. Sporting her signature style, Cersei simply pulls her curls back out of her face.
Styled to Rule
While talking to her trusted advisers, Daenerys's bright blond hair is pulled back and twisted into a style that is practical yet elegant, perfect for a warrior queen.
On the Run
After escaping King's Landing, Sansa Stark still sports an elegant updo, complete with a sparkling hair piece. Now that she is on the run, it's not clear how long her more intricate styles will last.
A Regal Twist
Though Margaery Tyrell may not be wearing her crown, a twisted updo looks almost tiara-like, wrapping around the top of her head.
Ready For Action
Daenerys's braided half-back hairstyle is elegant but functional, the ideal look for a royal who is always ready to head into battle.
Fit For a Queen
Newly crowned (and widowed) Margaery's wedding  may have ended on a somber note, but her long, cascading curls are a look fit for a regal celebration.
After much planning and plotting, the royal wedding  day finally arrives, and blushing bride Margaery Tyrell appears in a high-volume hairstyle that shows off her silver rose crown.
A wedding  day is the perfect occasion for an over-the-top twisted style and Margaery Tyrell's romanitic updo was a look not to be forgotten.
With a Twist
This twisted halo style, while simple in design, looks lovely on Queen Cersei. In the back, the medieval style includes gorgeous, intricate twists interwoven into a single braid.
This plaited half-up hairstyle with a braided bun and waves is one that works for medieval times or your Spring break beach trip.
Sansa's signature style is one Game of Thrones look you can easily copy at home. Just make two twists alongside a center part, then twist the two sections together in back. So feudal chic, no?
This side braid style on Melisandre looks pretty good with a hood.
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Fit For Function
A life on the go (or in exile) requires a hairstyle that's good for a lot of physical activity. This tiered, braided style keeps Daenerys's white-blond strands out of the way during her most intense moments.