This photograph reveals just what front razored framing looks like when properly done and said procedure gives the hair direction that can be worn either towards the front or to the back. Rachel Bilson proves what a whole new meaning your style takes on when a retro 1970’s attire style resurfaces and this hairstyle that accompanies it, not only becomes the look, it takes center stage.
Contrasting tones not only offset each other, the dark shades can actually illuminate the lighter tones when planned out with precision. Julia Levy-Boeken wears such a style with the darker shade appearing like a thick frame around her head, while the light blonde simply free falls like cascading gift ribbon.
Designing a hairstyle is artistry in motion with tendrils moving and changing with each turn of the head. This formal on Christina Hendricks captures her auburn style with an asymmetrical setting that is nicely adorned with beaded headbands and hair jewelry.
A simplistic style worn straight and natural can be uplifting and when sections are configured into the right directions, they stop being just another hairstyle. Emily Deschanel has nothing fancy to brag about, however, it’s amazing how brushing back just the side sections opens up her eyes and gives such great appeal to this no-nonsense look.
Holly Madison has an extreme, almost white platinum blonde that looks fabulous against her rosy complexion. She wears her hair with no layers and at a long length that can support at least a little bend here and there on the ends and that’s the reality of this hairdo.
Jennifer Lopez has lightened her hair up to a dark gold, however, her own natural color would be a better choice. The clashing of these hair tones against her skin tones proves that a darker coiffure would be optimal.
Tess Daly has a style that represents the beauty of the bends that some irons will give your hairstyle. With vertical application given, these ringlets fall into deep waves and some curl proving that not all coils need to be tight or perfect to look beautiful.