Rihanna leaving trendy members club Shoreditch House, London. Picture by: Splash News
Curls can give quite the feminine touch on those with natural tight waves to those with the bold, big body work of a super model. However, a sleek, sedu look such as this maintained on Jasmine Sullivan’s head, screams elegance that goes beyond, natural straight hair.
In what seems to be a million tiny long braids, this style on Venus Williams goes from down and dazzling to up and exquisite. Making a grand display in this twist of a bun with adornment, she has a style that looks awesome on the court and one that can be worn easily for a few weeks, though it does take hours to complete.
Having her natural curly hair relaxed to this state of large waves and the color change to a coppery brown tone really shows how beautiful Halle Berry is. However, she looks great in any texture or length and she makes us want to wear it all.
Slight lift starts the base of this formal on Rosario Dawson that is either natural or you can do a little back-combing prior to smoothing into an updo. Her chunky layers make it easy to design this asymmetrical look that consists of sweeping bangs, a rolled back side section ending in a curl bend and a 1 1/2" to 2" wide section of dangling curl for a dramatic effect.
Long, straight black hair was unheard of not too long ago, however, today’s techniques and resources have certainly made this not only possible, it’s the choice of many. Ciara has embellished hers with a little of this generation’s fad by putting some light and white streaks down one side.
Spice Girl, Melanie Brown, is promoting her Fitness line, yet no ponytails here. She has full blown waves that are strongly locked in from the relaxed state of her own natural curls.