It seems as if clients are constantly entering the salon asking for the look Jennifer Garner is wearing. Everbody wants the loose beach-like waves. This look is actually very easy to achieve. Using your Chi flat iron, place a small section of your hair near the root into the flat iron with the flat iron being held vertically. Turn the flat iron half way and keeping the flat iron clamped pull it through to the ends of your hair. Continue these steps throughout the rest or your hair. When you are finished curling your whole head, rub a little bit of wax or pomade into hands and run thru hair to give your curls some separation. Now you have Jennifer’s curls/wave.
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With an extreme part, Jennifer Garner has a formal style that takes all the adornment up front with these thick tendrils. Once you fasten down an updo, the design is all in which pieces you desire to leave out and embellish.
Jennifer Garner looks beautiful with this all-one-length. Large twists were placed in sporadic sections to fill out her style.
With bangs that are obviously growing out, Jennifer Garner utilizes these in-between lengths to adorn her head with two sculpted spikes. The rest of her style has been curled vertically toward the front that has produced these deep, forward-facing waves.
Jennifer Garner has fullness through some large waves on the bottom half of her semi-long hairstyle. Once out of the wind, a little hairwax rubbed into the palms then stroked along the style will really reveal the design.
The well defined jaw with angular lines, gives Jennifer Garner the option to wear just about any style, however, with her long face, any style that makes it appear longer should not be considered. Here the long hair is flat on top, hugs her sides and therefore makes it appear longer.
Jennifer Garner is wearing an evening out style that utilizes heavy bangs like those popular and born in the seventies. She has the bulk of her long hair gathered low in the back while a tendril of bent curl adorns the sides.