If you are under 30 years old or at least look like you are, then this is still the greatest way to tame down long hair for cooking and work. As a fashion statement to especially the young, pigtails will always be in style and our mermaid inspired star, Alyssa Milano, will probably always look cute in them.
In a daring move, all for the sake of vegitarians everywhere, Alyssa Milano posed in a lettuce and asparagus dress, with a formal hairstyle that was well suited to the occasion and the attire. This tres’elegant style is perfect for any special event such as a wedding, prom, or homecoming.
Alyssa Milano has gone to great lengths with hair down to her waist shortened only by little ringlet curls on the ends. A feminine grace envelops her with the bulk of her long mane pulled back and clipped below the crown.
Alyssa Milano has chosen to wear her hair completely back off her face and allowing her beautifully made-up eyes to light up her formal attire. Hair has been brushed straight back with a little height created on top, then gathered in the back therefore allowing a little to hang down and peek around the sides.
WHEN YOU CAN HAVE HAIR THIS BEAUTIFUL?
Alyssa Milano may be able to wear her hair short and still look good, however, she looks fabulous with her hair this length. Simple asymmetry comes forth with the alluring direction of hair brought around to one side. Her natural curly hair is dense and many gals would love to have hair so thick and full of body. She looks perfect in the dark, rich colors too.
With patience and a long barrel curling iron, vertical sections are done around the head. Take care to comb the hair in the direction you prefer first as you will not want to disturb these coils once they are done and set in place. Alyssa Milano looks lovely as ever with her hair all brought around to her left side and gorgeous spirals designed. As they relax, they will fall into these deep waves of perfection. You can shake them a bit to have them fall uniformly yet take care not to disturb their beauty too much lest you’ll lose their definition.