Hairstyle Weekly Wrap: 04 May 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.
Natalie pulled off a very elegant look at the American Premiere of "Paris Je T'Aime" with the help of this stylish upstyle. Her hair was pulled into a classic upstyle and featured lots of height through the very top, which is great for fine hair. To finish, her bangs were side swept, which will create a very flattering look for a high or thin hairline.
Eric went for a natural style at the Tribeca Film Festival Premiere of "Lucky You" which made the most of his natural waves. The natural wave running through his top section of hair adds lots of body and height to his look and his short back and side sections help to keep his hair tidy and clean looking.
Drew dropped by The Late Show With David Letterman and looked better then ever thanks to this sassy style! Her shoulder length 'do boasted plenty of soft waves to give lots of body and a soft shape to her glamorous style. This is a great hairstyle for an oval face shape.
This was a very sophisticated style for Tobey at the Tribeca Film Festival Premiere of "Spiderman 3". His hair was cut just short enough to go over his ears and was styled back off his face. This is a great style for any hair type.
Rachael Leigh Cook
Rachael gave off a very relaxed vibe at the Tribeca Film Festival Premiere of "Descent" with the help of this great style. Her long length was layered to add movement into her ends and to create a full look. Slight bangs were also added and were side swept for a high hairline flattering finish. Your hair will need to be trimmed regularly to achieve this neat finish.
Minnie used her natural curls to get the right look for the New York Premiere of "Take". Her hair was slightly smoothed at the top and her natural body was used to add some height to her hairstyle. To finish, layers were trimmed into her curly ends to control the shape and to reduce weight.