What a beautiful smile and with hair that thick and rich, Kelly Brook has a lot to smile about. Today’s trends has shown us dozens of looks with very few curls, all of which are mostly molded and undisturbed ringlets, however, this look is a pure concentricity of refreshingly soft, voluminous curls.
Was Kelly Brook’s stylist trying to revamp the bouffant, beehive look that the 1960’s brought us? When the client has a lot of thick, dense hair, it can end up stacked high, however these curls appear to be modern day twists that were incorporated into an elegant updo.
Kelly Brook has really bundled up her dense mane into this large concentricity of curls. Gathering all her style into this large hair showcase, this asymmetrical style is a great formal way to wear your long hair down for a night out.
The curls on Kelly Brook are long loops welll formed that have fallen undisturbed from dry set pin curls. These locks will last and will not frizz since moisture and brushes are not used.
Apparently the cost of copper is rewardingly redemptive, making it a rich commodity. The same can be said for these rich copper tones in this voluminous style on Kelly Brook.
If we were to be quite honest, we’d admit how we’ve all "been there" when it comes to the envy of a perfect hairstyle. Combining today’s knowledge for hair care and the awesome products available everywhere, we can all achieve a look worth applause with a little patience, practice and perseverance.
Finger combing healthy, all-one-length hair that has had vertical curls implemented with a heated curling iron, would turn out has these here on Kelly Brook. Iron was utilized on the bottom half of sections all around her head, then shaken and possibly finger combed to separate and give fullness.