Hairstyle Weekly Wrap: 30 November 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.
This was a very alluring hairstyle for Fergie at the 2007 American Music Awards. Her hair was pulled half up to show off her luscious length which fell below her shoulders. Only minimum layers were cut through her edges to allow body and movement from top to bottom.
This was flawless look for Christina at the 2007 American Music Awards. Her hair was cut into a classic bob which featured blunt cut edges to form a solid base. To achieve her look, her top section was side swept to change the shape of her classic bob into a more funked up style. This hairdo will be easy to maintain with regular trims.
Leighton looked flawless with this hairstyle from the New York City Ballet Opening Night Gala. Her seductive length was left to fall below her shoulders and long layers were cut through her edges to create bounce and body for her style. To complete her style, her top section was pulled back and pinned at the crown to create height.
This was a gorgeous look for Taylor at the 2007 American Music Awards. Her hair was left to beautifully drape her shoulders and a mix of medium to short layers were cut throughout. Layers were also added through the back and sides to create body and bounce for her overall look.
This was a bewitching look for Kristen at the 2007 International Emmy Awards Gala. Long layers were cut through her back and sides to create bounce, and her sexy side swept bangs were kept long enough to tickle the top of her eyebrows and give her a flirty finish.
Ashley and her hairstyle turned heads at the "High School Musical 2" DVD Premiere. Sliced layers were added through this young divas back and sides to add softness to her style and to create movement. To finish off her look, side layers were started from a medium length and tapered down to shape her face perfectly.