What do you do when you want to brighten up your style, yet not cross the line of bleaching it all out? You do what Molly Simms did and that is put in stripes of blonde highlights which gives noticeable brightness to her style without missing out on her original, dark brown shade.
Interesting how the same hair cut and color can appear when styled two different ways. Here Molly Simms has her long, colorful layers straightened with the bangs cut in long-style fringe, while below her same hairstyle has the fringe hidden and the length in multiple curls.
Any photographer will tell you the best way to present a subject is to have one that’s light displayed against a dark background and vice versa. Here the blonde stripes in Molly Simms’ length is offset with the trendy brunette strands and then inadvertently, yet gorgeously placed against her alabaster skin.
This low riding formal style is heavy in weight and styled quite voluminously. The loose tendrils here and there make this ultra-modern as Molly Simms looks out from behind her peek-a-boo bangs.
Here’s Molly Simms sporting her fabulous and new, short haircut. Suspecting she has some natural body in her hairstyle, we’ve seen her mostly with curls and waves, while the occasional sedu style was super straight indicating a flatiron may have been utilized.
This style on Molly Simms is quite alluring, with the large locks rolled vertically as many hairstyles are today. Note how one side is twisted back onto the rest of her hair, quite the opposite is the case on the other side, with the vertical twists rolling towards her face.
Although headbands don’t seem to be catching on by mass numbers, they do show up on occasion like this one here on Molly Simms. They seem to make even bad hair days turn into a thing of fashion.