A Grecian goodess knows her style must have curl and lift off the scalp to give it this soft, vented appearance. Catherine Zeta-Jones has her layers coiled and twisted into small curls that presents itself in a very feminine look that is truly a work of hair art.
Pulling your length off to one side creates a look that is instantly alluring and today’s trends rely on this trick often. Denise Van Outen has a style that is easy to mimic at home by guiding the sleek, cleaned length down along one shoulder that has been lightly coated with styling product to encourage uniformity as well as this large wave.
Was Kelly Brook’s stylist trying to revamp the bouffant, beehive look that the 1960’s brought us? When the client has a lot of thick, dense hair, it can end up stacked high, however these curls appear to be modern day twists that were incorporated into an elegant updo.
Caramel and honey blondes layered over darker brunette tones is a hot commodity right now that both natural blondes and brunettes can achieve. These warm tones blend perfectly with Leona Lewis’ complexion while the dark brown foundation gives her just the contrast she needs to wear even tan and not appear "washed out".
Whether your preference is exotic or goth, this is a great look for you. Gemma Arterton uses the softness of curls to offset a square jawline, yet this shows another in a line of choices for day into evening looks, with flirty, short and sideswept bangs to top off the framework.
This silky platinum style on Alexandra Leighton is a great everyday look that will keep you in style and out the door quickly. Vertical twists are best for filling out those slim faces and these side sweeping bangs really draw attention to gorgeous eyes like these that captivate from the surrounding blonde waves.