Hairstyle Weekly Wrap: 17 August 2007
By Paola on 26 June 2009
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.
Charlize made heads turn at the 2007 HFPA Annual Installation Luncheon with the help of this curly 'do. Her large loose curls were pinned back roughly and some curls were left hanging out to create a full yet decorative look. A centre parting was also added to allow her bangs to flow to the sides to show off her beautiful face shape.
Mary-Kate lit up the red carpet at the "Weeds" and "Californication" premiere screening with this very chic hairdo. Her hair was kept casual with loose waves and was pinned back to create volume. A centre part was also added to show off her forehead, and shorter layers were left loose to soften her facial features. To finish, strands of curls were loosely styled around the back of her hairdo to create an effortless yet spunky end result.
Beyonce showed off her chocolate brown locks at MiTRL with the help of this full style. Her curls were started from her roots and continued right down to her ends to allow maximum volume. Each curl and wave was also individually defined to perfectly frame her whole face. This type of style will work better with naturally curly hair.
This was a stunning style for Eva at the 2007 HFPA Annual Installation Luncheon. Her hair was left down to show off the smooth layers throughout her cut and slight graduation was added around the front of her face to frame her perfect jaw line. To finish, her hair was teased to create fullness and a zigzag part was created to add spark to her whole look.
Jennifer showed off her smooth 'do at the 2007 HFPA Annual Installation Luncheon and looked great! Her style was half tied up and her back section was left out to show off her long length. Her hair was also centre parted to allow her bangs to fall naturally to both sides to create a soft but smooth style, and the ever so slight wave through her mid-lengths and ends was added to create a sexy finish.
Blake was a knockout at the New York premiere of "Rocket Science" thanks to this simple style. Her long hair was kept smooth at the top and layers were added from her mid-lengths to her ends and were ruffled to create a sexy look. With this style, her front layers were designed to sit off her face to allow her face to shine and to create fullness around the edges of her haircut.