Wednesday, January 28, 2009

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Saturday, January 24, 2009

Actress Amy Adams Hairstyle

Gorgeous Amy Adams gives her a perfect look by styling her hair in several ways. Her elegant look gets more graceful with hairstyles she makes. If you also want to follow Amy’s hairstyle then you can make it easy for yourself by choosing perfect hairstyle with your outfits.

Actress Amy Adams with Ponytail Hairstyle

Wavy bouncy look- Amy can look much younger and adorable in her short wavy hair. You can get that style of hers by coloring your hair golden-brown and parting them completely from one side. You can roll the lower part to give them a bouncy look. This hair style looks amazing on short length gowns.

• Straight and long – long and straight hair looks seductive yet elegant. Give your self a graceful look like Amy by making your straight by parting them form one side. Keep them blonde or you can even give them light brown shade. This type of hairstyle is perfect for weddings or special occasion it goes pretty well with formal dresses.

Amy Adam Long curly hairstyle

Wavy soft style- Parting your hair from the middle and making some big curls matches well with your casual outfits. Amy’s blonde and medium hair length suits with her trendy casual outfits.

Actress Amy Adams Short Curly Hairstyle

Gorgeous messy bun- Messy are celebrities favorite, especially on the awards ceremony. Amy also looks quite charming in her long stunning gown with a messy bun and beautiful simple necklace. This type of bun is easy to make. Messy bun is made just by rolling your hair up till they reach your scalp and pin them up in a clutter way so that some of your hair should fall outside the bun.

So, now on formal or informal occasion what you need to do is just put little creativity on your hairstyle and make sure that it matches your outfit. You will look lovely and fresh every time you meet people.

Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Latest African American Hairstyles

These hairstyles go well with back or brown women who want to dress up and get sexy and stylish for special occation.
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Sunday, January 18, 2009

Celebrity and Actress Audrey Tautou short hairstyles

Audrey Tautou hairstyle

Audrey Justine Tautou (born 9 August, either in 1976 or 1978) is a French film actress, known to worldwide audiences for playing the title character in the award-winning 2001 film Amélie, Sophie Neveu in the 2006 thriller The Da Vinci Code

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Actress Audrey Tautou is wearing her black hair in a cute short hairstyle when attending “Coco” premiere at the Capitol cinema on May 4, 2009 in Madrid, Spain.

Celebrity hairstyle - Audrey Tautou in a black short hair

Audrey Tautou hairstyle - short hairstyle with cute curls

Best and Easy Going Hairstyles For Women

From Don Flood
Star Hairstyles

We invited star stylist Chris McMillan — who created Jennifer Aniston's trendsetting "Rachel" 15 years ago — to set his scissors to work and show us this season's hottest looks for every texture, from curly to straight.

"Layering keeps short hair moving so it doesn't become a helmet. I love a geometric shape, although I do soft edges around the face to make it approachable."

Short hair needs monthly trimming to maintain its shape. To keep layers defined, apply a small dab of smoothing serum to damp hair. After drying, work shaping paste into ends with your fingers and tame flyaways with an iron.

From Jeffrey Westbrook/Studio D
Star Hairstyles
MC Recommends: Remington Professional Flat Iron, $45; Chris McMillan Hair Defining Paste, $25; Aveda Light Elements Smoothing Fluid, $24

"Long hair needs to be trimmed as often as short hair; layers look best blended, not jagged."

Blended, "invisible" layers are best for long, medium-to-thick hair. Chunkier layers give fine hair the appearance of fullness. For a glossy finish, smooth on a lightweight shine serum after blow-drying.

Jeffrey Westbrook/Studio D
Star Hairstyles
MC Recommends: David Babaii for WildAid Ionic Hair Dryer powered by FHI Heat, $119.95; Chris McMillan Hair Glossing Serum, $35; Nexxus Volume Effexx Jumbo Brush, $15.99

"Wavy hair looks newest with a wild fullness at the bottom. Grow out your long layers to achieve a big bell-like shape."

Don Flood
Star Hairstyles

Use a large-barrel curling iron in random sections around the face to lend textural variety to curly or wavy hair. Separate the ringlets with a styling cream or mousse, then finish with a light hairspray mist all over.

Jeffrey Westbrook/Studio D
Star Hairstyles

MC Recommends: Kérastase Double Force Controle Ultime Spray, $36; Sunsilk Hairapy Hydra TLC 24/7 Crème, $3.49; Garnier Fructis Wonder Waves Mousse, $3.99

"Adding heavy, blunt bangs like Chrissie Hynde's gives freshness to any cut. I always start women off with a brow-sweeping length."

To protect long strands from heat, apply a styling cream sparingly throughout before drying — go extra easy on the bangs. "Tucking hair behind the ears creates a nice imperfection when you let it loose later," adds McMillan.

Jeffrey Westbrook/Studio D
Star Hairstyles

MC Recommends: Arrojo Nylon and Boar Bristle Paddle Brush, $25; Kiehl's Stylist Series Crème With Silk Groom, $17.50; Sebastian Professional Liquid Gloss De-Frizz Polishing Drops, $16.95

"If you've got curly hair, I say go for it! Get a cut that exaggerates the shape and wave pattern. Your goal is volume and definition."

Curly hair tends to be drier because of the shape of the cuticle. Comb through alcohol-free mousse (which works like a leave-in conditioner) to define and moisturize curls. Air-dry.

Jeffrey Westbrook/Studio D
Star Hairstyles

MC Recommends: Paul Mitchell Sculpting Foam, $8.95; Oscar Blandi Olio di Jasmine Hair Serum, $16; Goody Detangling Comb, $2.99

Saturday, January 17, 2009

2009 Asian Hairstyles For Girls

The Asian hairstyle is dominated by the physical hair traits that are usually inherited by people born in Japan, Korea, China, and Southeast Asia. This ethnic group generally has very black and very straight hair. However, in each of the countries listed, there are varying attitudes toward hairstyles. China has only recently become liberated enough to allow colored hair to become popular, whereas Japan and Korea both often exceed the United States in the extremities to which hairstyles can be worn in either casual and business settings.

The Asian hairstyle, then, usually refers to what is being designed by Japanese and Korean stylists to manipulate the hair of their people. In China, adding curls or waves to the hair can still be quite a radical move in some areas of the country.

In Japan and Korea, metallic extensions, electric lights, and other playful extremes can be enjoyed in almost any setting one can find. The basic tension of the Asian hairstyle is the pull of the exotic away the universality of the inherited black straight hair.

When a Japanese girl resolves to gets her hair colored, it is not unusual to see her go for a neon glow or a multicolored extravaganza in her bid to escape the ordinary straight black look all around her. A muted approach can be found on women who have had a chance to try several different looks, and here you will find tints, waves, and delicate touches that are styled to her face’s bone structure, rather than what looks different.

Thursday, January 15, 2009

New Wedding Hairstyles

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