This was a soft and sexy upstyle for Eva from the 2007 NCLR ALMA Awards. Her hair was softly pinned back and loose waves were left out around her face to soften her entire look. Upstyles are a great styling option for anyone after a look which will show off their facial features.
Jessica wore her hair in this classic style for the 2007 NCLR ALMA Awards and looked amazing! Her hair length fell just below her shoulders and layers were cut throughout the ends of her hair to add texture to her various sized curls. This is a great hairstyle for diamond face shapes because of the weight that has been added through the mid-lengths.
Jennifer made quite an impression at the 6th Annual Chrysalis Butterfly Ball with this sassy 'do. Her hair length was left to sit on her shoulders and her hair was layered throughout to create a balanced look through her curls. To finish, piecey bangs were added, which help to cover a high hairline. Those with coarse hair textures will benefit from this style as the all over layers will reduce weight.
This is a nice style for Natasha from the Diesel Store Opening in Los Angeles. Her hair length was left to fall just below her shoulders and her hair was layered through her very ends, which is a great choice for fine hair as it helps to add movement. A very soft wave was added to her hair to create body and to add fullness throughout the ends of her hair. The side part of this style will help to shorten the look of a longer face shape.
Marcia's soft yet elegant style from the 6th Annual Chrysalis Butterfly Ball was a sensational look for her. Her hair length was left to fall just past her shoulders and large waves were added to the ends of her hair to create weight. Cutting the hair into a solid cut will thicken up the look of this hairstyle.
Kate shone on the red carpet for the 6th Annual Chrysalis Butterfly Ball with the help of this beautiful style. Her hair was pinned to the crown area and long bangs were added, which help to cover the look of a longer face shape.