Cat Deeley’s Hairstyles: Is She Stuck In A Rut?
It seems like Cat has been rocking the same look for her whole career.
Cat Deeley is a British TV presenter that is also known for being the host of “So You Think You Can Dance” in the USA. Cat has the typical “Hollywood” look- she’s blonde, she’s thin, and she has wavy long hair. And while it’s all good to have a signature look, Cat’s been rocking the same look for her whole career it seems. Let’s take a look at Cat Deeley’s hairstyles over the years and see what’s happening—is she perfecting her signature style? Or is she stuck in a hair rut?
Here, Cat is looking every inch the Hollywood golden girl with bronzey-blonde waves and tanned skin. Her medium-long hair has been layered throughout the mid-length and ends and curled to produce voluminous body and bounce throughout. The cut and the colour look fabulous with Cat’s face shape and complexion.
Here, Cat mixes it up a bit with jagged layers and some loose waves. Her hair is kept about the same length and the center part is still working for her. This cut and style gives Cat a trendier look and looks fab with that red lipstick! Cat’s colour has also changed slightly as she moves from a honey blonde in the previous photo, to a golden yellow shade here. Cat has a warm skin tone and can really pull this shade off well!
Cat’s not afraid to flaunt an up-do that is different from the norm either. Rather than got for the typical chignon or demi up-do, Cat’s gone for a quirky crown of braids that brings the focus to her fantastic smile. It’s refreshing to see a celeb that will rock an offbeat ‘do now and again so kudos to Cat for this one!
More recently, Cat has been wearing her hair a bit longer and opted for softer waves. This look can be achieved with a large-barrelled hair wand and a center part, so if you love Cat’s look you can copy it in minutes. Her hair colour has also become more three-dimensional as she has broken up her shade with sun-kissed highlights and lowlights in dark honey blonde. This shade looks great with Cat’s complexion and overall gives her a soft, youthful glow.
Finally, in her latest look, Cat has gone for crimpy waves that are separated into sections for a more structured look. Her colour has less dimension to it and looks to be an all-over light blonde shade. Her part has also moved over the side slightly which actually gives her a different look- yes, parts can make a huge impact on your face shape and proportions! This may not be her best look but it seems that she is experimenting with slightly new things to update her look.
Overall, it seems that Cat is not stuck in a style rut but prefers to stick with what works, while looking for subtle ways to change it up. If you want to add a little something to your hairstyle, do a Cat and experiment with new parts, highlighting techniques and hair textures, You may be surprised just how much a new part or softer waves will update your look!