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Loose waves are dressed through the sides and back of these blonde locks to give the over-all style subtle movement and bounce. This casual style is easy to re-create at home with the right tools and needs a little product to tame fly-away hair. Regular trims is needed to prevent split ends.
Sara Foster looks lovely here in a cool, casual wavy hairstyle. Having an oblong face shape and high hairline, Saraâ€™s face looks best in â€˜dos with a grown out fringe and longer layers around the jaw line. This simple layered look creates a nice frame for her face and allows her hairâ€™s natural texture to do its thing, adding body and bounce all over. The longer layers around the face softens up her jaw line area and gives her tresses some movement. A messy barely-there part finishes this â€˜do off nicely and works well with her high forehead.
Sara has a cool, warm complexion with yellow undertones and blue eyes. This makes her suited to hair colors that have a yellow or gold base to them, like the light honey blonde seen here. This natural-looking shade is ideal for her complexion and it brings out the intensity of her eye color.
Sara Foster is an American actress, best known for her role as Jen Clark on 90210. She was a fashion model before moving to the film industry.
- Scissor Cut
- Face Shape
- Hair Density
- Hair Texture
- Under 21, 21 - 30, 31 - 40, and 41 - 50
- Forehead Height
- 20 minutes
- Use sea salt spray to finish off this look and add a beachy feel.
- Gel Spray and Moulding Cream
- Hot Rollers
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1. Apply Gel Spray to Roots
Hold the gel spray no closer than 3 inches from your hair and then evenly mist the gel spray into the roots to create a stronger hold style. Gel spray will hold well and will not look wet or weigh the hair down. Using your gel spray in this fashion will create added hold and a longer lasting style.
2. Use a Blow-dryer and Fingers to Dry Hair Messy
Using your blow-dryer, flip your head upside down and dry your hair using your fingers until your hair is completely dry. Remember, the messier, the better.
A large hot roller is used to give your hair a larger curl and to add lots of body.
4. Apply Hot Rollers Vertically to the Side
Take a section of hair no wider than the diameter of the hot roller and comb it through to ensure there are no knots. Place the roller at the ends of the section of hair, being sure to smooth the ends under, and then twist the roller vertically, making sure to roll it backwards, along the hair shaft to the roots and secure it with a pin or clip. Keep the rollers in your hair until they cool.
5. Apply Hot Rollers Through the Back
Take the entire back section of your hair, and then starting from the crown, take a smaller section of hair no wider than the diameter of the hot roller and comb it through to ensure there are no knots. Place the roller at the ends of the section of hair, being sure to smooth the ends under, and then twist the roller down the hair shaft until it meets your head and then secure it in place with a pin or clip. Repeat this step until you have reached the nape of your neck and the entire back section of your hair is completed. Keep the rollers in your hair until they cool.
6. Scrunch Hair Using Gel-wax and Fingers
Apply your gel-wax to the ends of your hair and then lightly pinch and scrunch the hair before allowing your gel-wax to set.
7. Scrunch Hair Using Moulding Cream and Fingers
Apply your moulding cream to the ends of your hair and then lightly pinch and scrunch the hair before allowing your moulding cream to set.