This modern, frivolous style is an organized mass of back-brushed sections on the top of this blonde style which may look a bit strange to some, however, it is actually quite clever and trendy. Bold statements like these can easily be made by a classy, well toned lady like Kelli Pickler.
Getting all one length hair to hold curl is a difficult task and it gets more impossible the longer the hair is. Jillian Reynolds has some wave infused from vertical ringlet curling which probably has relaxed since first being introduced into her style, and though gravity will eventually win, these waves are still hanging in there.
Though the bangs stemming from her extreme part have been mussed up a bit from wind and wear, Mary-Kate Olsen still demonstates a great modern day long style with these trendy, vertical ringlets. This style can be elegant all the while giving the overall essence of a retro 1940’s inspiration, clinched perhaps by the red lipstick.
This celebrity daughter of the lead singer for the Rolling Stones, models an elegant display of healthy, long locks. Usually hair of length is not in the best of condition due to the damage incurred before it reaches any considerable gain, however, Elizabeth Jagger proves differently in these long, vertical coils.
Usually hair that is not layered can be difficult to curl or at least keep their shape and conformity. At this medium length, Amy Adams demonstrates that a style that can hold onto these large coils, especially if said style has any of its own natural body to help hold it..
Still popular is this very particular way of curling the hair where vertical sections are taken and curled, then left undisturbed. These crisp coils on Heather Tom are not only fashionable, they are quite recherche.