A few years ago, her ‘Idol" days found her in a sassy, short cut that sometimes resembled that worn by Pink. Here Kristin Cavallari shows us a very long look that has a tight knit design, from the result of vertical curling, left in its conformed state.
The beautiful Hilary Duff has kept the blonde hair she has returned to and what gorgeous platinum and honey shades they are. With mere bends remaining to be viewed here, her all over design took on some large vertical curls that were mainly loose though a few tiny, twisted tendrils could be found here and there.
She landed the main female lead in this film and perhaps it was due to her beauty and this modern "Cleopatra look". Michelle Monaghan smiles from what appears to be an oval face beneath straight, flat-ironed strands.
Layers have their place in hair design, however, an all-one-length style has an accomplished look. Gwyneth Paltrow shows us what the efforts of a grown out style looks like when it is proudly snipped at the desired length. Her texture appears to be the result of scrunching the style while drying or after with finishing products.
There may be a few layers in this style of Lizzie Lovette, however, sleek and straight like this from an iron, you would never notice them. Her long fringe disguises an elongated forehead and breaks up the look. However, it’s the blunt cut of the ends that gives this look a classy elegance.
Heidi Montag pretty much has a square-shaped face and at the very least, it is long. Her beauty lets her get away with this fully exposed style, however, the best way to camouflage the ‘corners’ of this face type would be cover the forehead’s and keep a style that’s slimming and at a length no where near the chin.
Fun and flirty, this stacked haircut shows how a graduated cut can appear once dried, curled and combed. Countess Luann DeLesseps has a little bit of an upward flip to her look that can be done quickly with a medium curling iron.