Hairstyle Weekly Wrap: 30 March 2007
Celebrity hairstyles are constantly changing and new looks are emerging all the time. But don't worry because TheHairStyler.com's weekly coverage of celebrity events will keep you clued-in about all the hairstyle trends.
Vanessa's great hairstyle from the Bacardi Lemon "Express Your Style" Fashion Design Competition is the perfect style for her face shape. Feathering layers were cut into the ends of her long hair to add volume, movement and texture, and her bangs were pinned straight back through her top section to keep the hair off her face and out of the way.
Jennifer pulled off a sexy, young 'do at the record release party for her new Spanish CD, "Como Ama Una Mujer" and looked great! Her long hair was layer cut all over, particularly through her ends and mid-lengths, to add texture to her soft waves and to create extra body and bounce.
This short and sassy bob from Patricia's appearance at "The Late Show With David Letterman" is a funky look. Her hair was blunt cut at chin level and her bangs were styled onto her forehead, which is a great idea for a longer face shape because it will shorten the length of the face.
This is a great hairstyle for Zooey from the Sci Fi Channel's 2007 upfront party. Thick razored bangs were added to her messy hairstyle to create a great feature and to emphasize Zooey's eyes. Sliced layers were also cut into her mid-lengths and ends to create a full style with lots of movement.
David went for a relaxed, casual 'do at the L.A Premiere of "The TV Set" and looked great! His hair was left at a longer length to sit over his ears and the hair from his bangs section was styled to fall finely forward onto his forehead to add softness to his face. This is a great hairstyle for a triangular face shape.
Leighton's very soft and casual 'do for the World Premiere of the Final Season of "The Sopranos" was a great look. Her hair was pinned over to one side to fall over her shoulder and slight layers were cut into her ends to add texture and movement to her hair.