For a more elegant look, Sheryl Crow has opted for these coils to flow across her evening jacket. A texture layered cut can be worn in a more swank, defined bend or in a softer look taking on vertical curls like this one.
Sheryl Crow has a great, long hairstyle, though in this picture, hair appears to be medium length due to the feathered framing along the front, side sections. Care was taken during the drying process, to simply roll style back onto itself, giving character to an otherwise basic look.
Go-getter, Sheryl Crow, has a style that is not only trendy, it fits her lifestyle. Should you be a busy lady always on the go with no time for styling, go with this modern, straight style that’s easy to maintain, featuring multi-tones and a bit of feathering along the jawline to allow for sweeping back of the sides.
Celebrity photos #29
The night of the Grammys is only days away and anxious music lovers await the awards with the announcement of nominations. However, this prestigious honor is not the only iron Sheryl Crow has in the fire. Many have seen the premiere of her campaign as the spokesperson for Revlon’s Colorist haircolor products through an infamous Super Bowl commercial. Here she is in New York during an interview about the haircolor’s launch on January 29th. This new shade of a golden-brown will certainly be well advertised on this famous head. Patrons and coloring specialists alike will have no miscommunication when referring to this shade for potential applications.
The "Heart Truth Red Dress" Fall Fashion Show was held last month featuring celebrity models and musicians. Strutting her stuff here is Ms. Sheryl Crow wearing a red Ralph Lauren gown.
Like the name of her latest album, Sheryl blossoms like a "Wildflower" as she saunters down the catwalk. Her strawberry blonde hair drapes her shoulders in long, spiral twists. These gals are undoubtedly challenged by the harsh spotlights that can quickly dry out their stressed hair. As they say though, ‘it’s all good’. And as Sheryl reminds us, ‘Good is Good’.