Like most of today’s styles, this look is heavy, off to one side with asymmetry playing a major role. Today’s curls and infused body can look natural and frizz free, thanks to the design of ceramic finishes crafted within the latest in curling irons which leave hair like Elizabeth Banks healthy to shine another day.
As her medium length grows out, Elizabeth Banks continues to keep her center part and some layers to cash in on a simple, slightly flipped out look. If you have the density to afford any kind of layers, it is best to keep them as hair extends out, to help give it some versatility and design.
November 30, 2008
Center parts are not the favorite these days, yet it is a matter of personal preference and some just find it easier not to fight their natural partings. Elizabeth Banks doesn’t miss a beat with the remainder of her medium length, proving you can be quite stylish at a more manageable length.
October 20, 2008
This formal hairstyle on Elizabeth Banks shows characteristics of a semi-forward styling where the design is the sweeping of bangs and thick curled side sections. The hair can be fastened in any manner along the back for an updo, while the front shows all the style.
September 11, 2008
The charm and eloquence of this updo features lift off the scalp, possibly done while blow drying with product and has lots of feminine curls. Elizabeth Banks shows us a great hairstyle perfect for the bride on her special day, that can be decorated with baby’s breath or other choice of adornment.
February 15, 2008
Elizabeth Banks’ formal hairdo takes a full style swept back to one side with possibly much longer hair down her back. The volume on the right side gives the illusion of a medium length in the front that follows the laws of asymmetry.
November 12, 2007
Elizabeth Banks has her side layering blown dry and curled to roll back onto the style itself. This look was typical of the ’70′s and will likely make an appearance with each successive decade.