Hot spotlights can be drying on the hair and skin and so extra care must be taken to protect them, especially if hair has any bleach. Despite the bright, luminous effect on her, we can see that Duffy has a great long hairstyle with lots of bouncy curls accented with some tendril ringlets, making the look great for a formal.
While Heath Ledger won for best supporting actor, surely Kate Ledger should win for best supporting sister, seen here in her gorgeous golden blonde twists. Applied vertically all around her head, these ringlets were then carefully separated to look natural and to caress each other in this soft design.
Suzanne Somers has had this same hairstyle for years, though it has evolved into a razored cut and the two tones so popular today, it is still basically the same shape and definitely the same texture. As time goes on, we need to not only mix things up, we should also keep in mind our complexion if nothing else, for as it ages, a softening of the style we wear becomes essential.
This creative curl design on Helen Hunt really shows off the beautiful multi-tones she has in her blonde hair. These swirls of curls are gorgeous prepared in this interesting lattice work design.
These slight twists in the length of Reese Witherspoon’s long hair, reveals the dark to light blonde qualities her style possesses. Chances are, her hair had a stronger form to it, however, time, gravity and humidity are just a few, among other reasons, that could cause her curls to lose their strength.
Kimberley Nixon’s style is the result of a fluffed out blow dry that gives volume on the ends void of curl. Moving a part over from where it falls naturally can result in a whorl, such as this lift along the front hairline.
Amanda Bynes appears to have had a dry set done on her hairstyle with the wrap probably heated, cooled and then let out to fall in these bouncy curls. The longer the hair, the harder it is to get curls to stay in, so she probably hasn’t gone too far from her stylist.