Short Hairstyles And How To Style Them

24 Sep

But we must admit that we like seeing the reality star wearing this retro updo instead of her usual long locks. Kelly Osbourne, 2012 The “Fashion Police” co-host does an amazing job here of mixing classic style with modern elements. Her lavender beehive with the side-swept ponytail is perfection. Adele, 2013 The Grammy-award winning singer can don a beehive forever and we wouldn’t mind. Just as long as she keeps penning soul-stirring songs. Sarah Silverman, 2013 We were pleasantly surprised to see this funny woman sport a serious beehive style on the red carpet.
Source: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/09/18/beehive-hair-photos_n_3907214.html

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Source: http://www.stylelist.com/view/10-flattering-center-part-hairstyles-to-try-now/#!fullscreen&slide=946772

2013 Emmys Hair: 3 Hairstyles to Copy If You Have a Bob (and One EASY Way to Fake It If You Don’t!)

Take a look! See more: The 10 Prettiest Hair, Nail and Makeup Looks for Fall 2013 At an Emmys kickoff party, Jessica Pare wore an old-Hollywood-glam hairstyle that’s nothing like her usual mod look on Mad Men. As much as I adore her whole look on the show, I think these soft waves make her look even prettier! Meanwhile, Modern Family star Sarah Hyland looked decidedly not like her bratty teenage character, modeling a sexy, all-grown-up shoulder-sweeping bob, messed to perfection. Sarah Hyland; Getty Images See more: Olivia Wilde’s Dos and Don’ts of Getting Older And another Mad Men star, Linda Cardellini, looked so different with these bombshell waves at the Creative Emmy Awards that I hardly recognized her. (She plays Don’s latest other woman, Sylvia, in case you are equally thrown off by the hairstyle!) She must love getting to show off how gorgeous she is without that crazy retro wig. Linda Cardellini; Getty Images What do you think of these hairstyles?
Source: http://shine.yahoo.com/shine-beauty/3-tv-stars-look-different-real-life-hairstyles-211400246.html

These 3 TV Stars Look so Different in Their ruby engagement rings Real-Life Hairstyles—and Dare I Say Even Prettier?

Kate Mara ‘s blunt, super-sleek new bob haircut. Hairstylist Alex Polillo applied firm-hold gel and made a diagonal side part, then blew the hair straight with a Mason Pearson brush and nozzled hair-dryer on the medium setting. Use a flatiron on your ends if needed to get this look just right. 3. Downton Abbey star Michelle Dockery ‘s softly sculpted bob. Hairstylist Mara Roszak for L’Oreal Paris used a small round brush to give Michelle a touchable side-parted blowout, starting from the roots and working her way down to maintain volume. She tucked the hair behind the ears to add a modern touch.
Source: http://www.glamour.com/beauty/blogs/girls-in-the-beauty-department/2013/09/2013-emmys-hair-3-hairstyles-t.html

10 flattering center part hairstyles to try now

Puff it up Puff adds attention to your face and also maintains bangs in place. “If you’re bored with centre puff, try side puffs and add freshness to your look. Take the bangs and place them to one side and secure with bob pins. Instead of puff, you can also try slicked back look, pull all your hair at the back while adding some texture with teasing comb,” says Kavitha Raman, a hair stylist. Accessorise your hair Yes, you can accessorize your hair too.
Source: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/life-style/beauty/Short-hairstyles-and-how-to-style-them/articleshow/22813037.cms

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