Fergie has certainly found her color with this mixture of blonde tones that features lighter shades that seem to illuminate her entire look. Slight waves in her layers wisp around in the gentle breezes making light of this natural look.
This is a formal look that takes a different approach to creating a ‘half-do’. Fergie has the back half of her hair done up into a twist while the sides are left to totally free hang into a medium and an extra long twist.
Recently engaged, Fergie takes center stage at the Grammy Awards, sporting these luscious curls draped across her shoulders. These streaks of dark gold are becoming and though they are as light as her hair should be, she looks absolutely radiant thanks to the mass of waves.
Fergie’s hair color has stayed relatively the same in this honey of a shade. The pinned back, large section on top has lines that draw attention to her eyes, as well as setting the stage to ehhance the free-falling waves.
This hairstyle of Fergie’s gives us a prime example of endless waves. You can achieve this look with a perm, yet the small, individual sections would not be as well defined and sleek as those obtained singly with patience an a large curling iron.
Fergie has been sporting her long, honey-blonde hair for quite a while and we’ve seen it straight, with large, loose curls and now here it is loaded with S-waves. A soft roller set could produce this look or you could ask for a perm to have long lasting results.
For decades upon decades, ponytails have been a quick fix for a style, or a way to simply get your hair off your face when you’re doing chores. It became a real "hepcat’s style to dig Daddy-O" in the fifties amongst the teens and now it has graduated to styles for formal wear. Fergie demonstrates this with these large, loose S-curls flowing from her ‘flipped’ over ponytail.