maandag 27 september 2010

Put your hair up

During all the fashion shows that have just been and are still going on... I've seen a lot of woman putting their hair up. It's easy and always look great. Here are some styles and a description of how to get that look (thanks to

Debra Messing:

Begin with clean dry hair and section off parts of the bangs to hang off the side and along the temple area. Now, take your brush and begin to brush vigorously going back. Attach with a hair comb diagonally or attach two hair bands in the back with one on top of the other. Take sections of the hair in the back and begin to back fluff for stability. Twist the ends around and fasten with hair pins.

Don’t worry about irregularity, the more eccentric this style looks, the better. Be creative and bold. Place the two inch pieces of hair in abstracts of c curls and large sprigs. Take the bangs down and smooth out smaller pieces to hang along the side of the face across the forehead. Spray.

Angelina Jolie:

If you are thinking about trying this style for yourself, here are a couple of options to see if you can do it: Chances are, if you are wearing longish hair you can swirl it up and around into the many looks we have today. For an elegant look such as this, it might be easier for you to leave your hair unwashed. Now section off your hair in the top and sides and clip to stay out of the way. Take the rest of your hair and divide sections of about two inches; backcomb each section until you look like a scary clown with your whole head pointing in different directions. Spray lightly and allow to dry before touching it again.

When dry, begin to brush towards the back while smoothing out the outer layer of the hair shafts from the backcombing. Begin to use bobby pins as you place the hair up and in a circular fashion. When this is done, you should have a bunch of hair shooting out from your creative formation. Use your medium sized hot iron and begin to curl the different shoots of hair. When you are done you could randomly place hair pins or bobby pins inside your circle of curls, and then use a lift to gather the rest together.

The outcome all depends upon your talent. Another option is to make a shortcut by putting the hair into a ponytail and purchasing a hair piece that attaches to the ponytail and placing the synthetic hair where you want it and the hair ornament around your style. Some suggestions for a hair ornament are ribbons, scarf’s, necklaces such as pearls or synthetic braids. Don’t give up, if you feel you can’t do this, maybe your best friend can.

Catherine Bell:

How to have this style? Wash, rinse, condition and towel dry your hair and apply a good moisturizing lotion to style with. Air dry if possible for your best hair health. When completely dry, brush your hair vigorously with a good stiff brush. Brush all the hair back with the exception of the top and about two inches on each side. Take the hair in the middle of the back and twist around with your fingers, and tuck ends under each other Lay this close to your head. Fasten with hair pins all around this coil.
If you have naturally straight hair, simply brush the top smoothly over to one side and connect with the hair to be placed along your face and around the bottom of the ears. Do not worry about any strands sticking out or showing. Strands and wisps are in! With such impish eyes and a very confident smile, how can you lose?

Jessica Alba:

Begin by sectioning off the top, sides and two sections of the back from top to bottom and clip each area. Use your brush and back brush each section. Smooth out the top layers and bring all the hair back into a hair band. Allow the hair to fall over the hair band or curl naturally in whatever way it desires to hang. Now take your large hair pin and lift the top section on to the height you would like to have. Notice there isn’t a hair hanging or out of place. Smooth with spray.
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