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The back and sides of this short sassy 'do is tapered into the head blending into the top layers that are swept to the side for shape and style. The front is swept across the forehead to soften the face and completes the over-all look brilliantly. Product is needed to keep this style in place and regular trims is needed every 4-6 weeks.
Viola Davis is looking elegant here in a short Sixties-inspired hairstyle. It is flattering to her features as the side-swept fringe helps to balance the length of her face and the asymmetrical styling helps to keep a focus on her best features -her bright, expressive eyes and beaming smile. This cut also works well with her thick hair texture and needs little styling thanks to the sculpted layers. The end result is a feminine, modern and sophisticated look.
Viola has naturally dark hair with dark brown eyes and a warm, medium-dark complexion. Here, she goes for a natural looking espresso brown color as her base which sets off her eyes nicely. The added mahogany red highlights on top give her locks an extra dose of style and brightens up her complexion. It also produces a glossy, healthy looking finish for her locks. Touch ups are needed every now and then to keep the color looking vibrant.
Viola Davis is an American actress and producer. She is the only black woman to be nominated for three Academy Awards, winning one, and is the only black actress or actor to win the Triple Crown of Acting.
- Clipper Cut
- Face Shape
- Hair Density
- Hair Texture
- 21 - 30, 31 - 40, 41 - 50, 51 - 60, and Over 60
- Forehead Height
- 10 minutes
- Smooth this 'do into place with styling wax or pomade.
- Straightener Product and Moulding Cream
- Blow Dryer
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1. Apply Straightening Balm
Squeeze a small amount of straightening balm into your palms and then rub your hands together before smoothing the product evenly through damp hair.
Using the corner of your comb and standing in front of a mirror find the middle of your left eye and then drag the comb straight up slowly until you reach your hairline and then continue back in a straight manner to achieve an even left part. A side part is great for longer face shapes because it creates the illusion of width.
3. Use a Medium Radial Brush
A medium radial brush is used on medium to long hair types to smooth out wavy or curly hair textures or to add body to straight hair. When selecting a radial brush, always use one with a pure bristle as this will not tear or damage the hair.
4. Finger Dry the Back with Blow-dryer
Use your blow-dryer and your fingers to dry the back of your hair by moving your hair around to allow the heat to pass through it.
To blow-dry the crown/top sections, take a section of hair no bigger than the diameter of the brush and blow-dry the hair placing the brush under the section of hair. With your blow-dryer in front of the brush, follow the brush in an upwards direction at the roots and an outwards position at the ends for volume and softness. Continue until the section is dry.
6. Blow-dry Bangs Forward to the Right
When blow-drying your bangs to the side, section your hair up and clip your hair back to leave only your bangs out. Remember to make sure that your bangs are damp to make blow-drying more effective. Next, take your brush and place it underneath the hair and then blow-dry starting from the roots, adding tension to the hair as you go. Slowly pull your section down to the ends and continue until dry.
7. Style Bangs to the Right Using Moulding Cream
Apply moulding cream to your fingertips then gently rake through your bangs, sweeping the hair to the right as you go. Be careful not to use too much product as it can become sticky and clumpy.
8. Style Sides Behind Ear Using Moulding Cream
Apply a small amount of moulding cream to your fingertips, then place it at the roots above your ear and drag it through as you pull your hair behind your ear.
9. Style Hair Down at the Back Using Moulding Cream
Apply some moulding cream to your fingertips and then pull it through the ends of your hair in a downward motion to achieve a textured look.