Taking smooth, silky hair like that found on Elizabeth Hurley, and adding curl all along the bottom gives it added weight and more movement. This look can be achieved on any style that is long and of all-one-length.
When hair is curled in vertical sections, then combed or brushed out, smooth waves result as the finished style like this one on Elizabeth Hurley. A few chunky layers are done as framework around her face, however, the majority of her style is all-one-length that will naturally fall into these S-waves whenever it is curled, a disadvantage of the weight.
The two-toned shades for today’s look, incorporates the dipped look that takes advantage of the brights and bolds. Here Elizabeth Hurley has lift from her warm copper browns.
One look at Elizabeth Hurley with her thick mane in large, soft curls, and you automatically think the word ‘gorgeous’. Healthy and shiny, this revamp of a seventies style is perfect for daytime or evening wear.
Large, loose bouncy curls are abound in Elizabeth Hurley’s hairstyle. Lots of body springs forth in the charisma of her auburn style.
Elizabeth Hurley has a dense mass of big curls worked into her all-one-length hair. The classic framing along her neckline easily supports the large rolls that were once so popular in the 1940’s.