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The length and layers of this look are jagged cut to achieve a casual textured style making it a perfect low-fuss style to frame a long face. The bangs are jagged cut to frame the top of the face and completes the over-all style brilliantly.
Jenna Dewan loves to experiment with her hairstyles. Thanks to her heart shaped face and gorgeous bone structure, she can pull off a wide variety of styles with ease, and her latest â€˜do is no exception. Jenna has gone for a casual look here with this shag cut that makes the most of her wavy hair texture. The jagged cut ends give her locks lots of movement, while the long choppy fringe brings the focus to the eye area. This â€˜do would look great worn stick straight, but for extra edge, Jenna has let her waves do their thing.
Jenna has a creamy fair complexion and bright green eyes. While she could pull off lighter caramel and golden brown and blonde tones, she looks best in darker shades that are close to her natural color. Here, she goes for a black-brown tone that shows off her flawless complexion and brings out her eye color. This rich dark tone also gives her strands a healthy looking finish.
Jenna Dewan Tatum is an American actress and dancer. She began her career as a backup dancer for Janet Jackson, and later worked with artists including Pink, Missy Elliott, and Christina Aguilera.
- Scissor Cut
- Face Shape
- Hair Density
- Hair Texture
- Under 21, 21 - 30, 31 - 40, 41 - 50, and 51 - 60
- Forehead Height
- 20 minutes
- Scrunch the hair with gel spray to add texture and volume.
- Mousse and Moulding Cream
- Blow Dryer
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Apply styling mousse to damp hair, using your palm as a measuring guide, and evenly distribute it along the hair shaft. Styling mousse will add hold and can help achieve better results.
2. Blow-dry Bangs Forward
When blow-drying your bangs forward, clip your hair back leaving only your bangs out. Position your bangs evenly in your brush, taking the hair in a forward direction. Blow-dry from roots to ends, keeping the tension consistent, and evenly distribute heat over the whole section of hair that you are working on. Repeat until the hair is dry. This will stop any frizz that may occur.
3. Scrunch Dry Hair with a Blow-dryer and Fingers
Use your hand to scrunch the hair as you blow-dry. Remember to keep the blow-dryer on a low speed and heat setting and to leave some moisture in your hair.
4. Piece the Ends Using Moulding Cream
Apply a small amount of moulding cream to your fingertips and then lightly piece and pinch the ends of your hair.