Today’s textured cuts and slight bends are brought together in this carefree short cut on Melissa Etheridge. Easy to maintain, the wearer only needs to apply product before and after drying to get this effect.
Another style that looks like it stepped out of the 1940’s is this one on Audrina Partridge. Healthy and shiny, this look is simply the length gathered and twisted around into a knot that looks fabulous.
The interest for long hair on guys is not just limited to the older boys. All ages are experimenting with this phenomenon where it can be carried off by the younger generation too, as Aston Williams proves.
Little sister, Jamie Lynn Spears has a great rendition of two-toned hair color. Artfully done to shadow in alternating light to dark colors, this look gives her a "head-turning" style that looks fabulous worn down, though any updo would probably draw more attention to the palette of tones.
A picture is worth a thousand words as these shots of Victoria Beckham’s haircut proves. She has once again made her own adaptations of the classic bob, now fondly named the "Pob" from her Posh Spice influence. The severe angle comes to a point in the front with texturing, while the back is shorter, razor cut into a short shag type style. As Victoria has proved by changing this cut a few times, this look can be done to exclusively suit any individual physical characteristics.
With texture being the norm for haircuts lately, all one has to do is implement some skilled blow drying techniques to get volume and a quick style. Emily Deschanel has such a look that may have been touched up a bit with a curling iron.
Since the photo shoot of her new book, Dame Helen Mirren has had bit of a change to her haircut. As one can see, some texturizing has been done along the bottom of her length, while her fringe has been cut to just below the brow line giving her a more sporty look.