This retro 1940’s style is actually rather a clever way to do a formal arrangement. Hair is skillfully rolled all along keys parts of the look and are done with lots of life and sophistication in this U.S.O. look on Lisa Snowdon that takes her, and us, down memory lane.
Lately Sharon Stone has been letting her length grow a little despite the fact she has always look glamorous in short cuts. With that in mind, it’s no surprise that she would look just as fabulous in this light and airy formal style which would look perfect adorned for any bride.
This formal on Virginia Madsen is gorgeously elegant and to be considered by any bride-to-be. Her length is brought up and pinned from the top middle through the back where hanging sections are curled and fashioned about the updo.
This is an updo worthy of a bride with its soft sculpture and sweeping lines. Eva Longoria Parker has curled her long mane, possibly permed it considering the volume this style has, and then fashioned it into this glorious formal.
An elegant approach to a style will always be the wrap around twist. Whitney Thompson demonstrates this look that can be created on hair as short (including any layers) as chin length so long as it will stay adhered within the twist.
This formal on Marisa Tomei should be listed among 2009’s best hairstyles. The intricate braiding is truly a work of art.
This formal on Sara Jane Morris appears to be pinned from ear to ear in the back and then curls applied to the length to draw it up close to the nape. These curls were possibly pinned where necessary to keep a uniform short length, all done in an attractive design to cover any pins and looking just as fancy from the back as it looks lovely from the front.