11 Oct 2015
These ginger locks are blunt cut on the ends with only long subtle layers cut around the edges for a textured look and feel. This simple hairstyle is perfect to complement a long face and needs regular trims every 4-6 weeks to prevent split ends and maintain shape.
Emily Beecham goes for a retro looking hairstyle here with a flipped out bob that is reminiscent of the Sixties era. Emily has a square face shape which is best suited to hairdos that have layering around the face and some soft curls or waves added. This â€˜do ticks all of the boxes, plus the off-center part gives her broad forehead some nice coverage while creating a cute peek-a-boo effect in the front. The long flipped out fringe works well for Emily and highlights her strong cheekbones.
Emily has a fair, cool skin tone and light blue eyes, making her best suited to copper and gold toned hair the best. Here she goes for a medium copper shade that matches her eye color and eyebrow shade nicely. It also brings out the rosiness in her cheeks and matches well with her porcelain skin tone. Subtle blonde highlights throughout give Emilyâ€™s color a natural-looking sun kissed finish.
Emily Beecham is an English film, television and stage actress.
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Light Ginger Red
Under 21, 21 - 30, 31 - 40, 41 - 50, and 51 - 60
Use your smoothing shine to add a small amount of gloss and to reduce fly-aways.
moisturizer, wax, hair spray
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Apply a small amount of hair moisturizer to the palm of your hand and distribute it evenly through the mid-lengths and the ends. Moisturizer will help your hair to maintain good condition and protect your strands from heat as you style.
Using your blow-dryer, dry your hair using your fingers, separating the hair and allowing it to dry at the roots first then the mid lengths and then the ends. Making sure the roots are dry first will ensure that your hairstyle does not fall flat.
Apply a small amount of wax to your fingertips and then lightly piece and pinch the ends of your hair.
To finish, apply a minimal amount of hairspray from an arms length distance to the top, sides and back. Take care not to use too much or you will end up with a white, flaky residue which looks like dandruff.