Sarah Harding - Perrier and Paul and Joe - Launch Party 08/29/2007
Get a load of Sarah Harding's new haircut! If you recall she used to wear her hair shoulder length. Does she look better, or what! We are
talking about the British singer and model who is so popular in Europe.
Her short hairstyle is better than cute, it is outrageously great! First I'd like you to pay attention to the lines of this style. Look
at her bangs. From the middle of her top, everything moves toward her eyes. The crown has been cut completely in sync and flowing
to mesh in gracefully, with the rest of the hair. The sides have a tiny wisp close to the face that is a little bit longer, than
what has been cut up around her ears. Notice how the hair has a small pouf above those ears. It's all in the cut girls! The back
of her style, is not tapered, but again has that small pouf and corresponds nicely with her sides. This is a style for those who
aren't afraid to be a trailblazer and lead the way to shorter and a unique hairstyle.
Sarah's platinum color looks well on her medium toned skin. Although wearing white is not the first choice for blondes, it is far
enough away from her hair to do her justice. Think about how smashing she would be in pink pink pink! Absolutely, hot!
Ciara - Roca wear "I will not lose campaign" 08/22/2007
We know her as "Ciara" but her real name is Ciara Princess Harris. She is a songster, songwriter, song producer, dancer and actress.
She is most renown for her single hit of "Goodies."
Our celebrity keeps her hair shaped in long layers with an angular part on her side. A flat iron has probably been used to bring a
smoothness and straightness along with the application of a smoothing serum or crème on the ends to help keep the style intact. We
can see her slight lift in the front and underneath her bangs, and again across the street from the part. You can accomplish this
by using your favorite styling spray and using the flat iron, as you take small sections and begin as close to the head as you can
without fear of burning your head. Tilt the iron upwards in a complete vertical position while straightening and pull the hair out
for about two inches and then begin to round it out to allow the hair to fall naturally. When this is done successfully, you will
see an almost pencil stiffness in those first two inches. This is an excellent way for the easy quick lift you needed. Look closely
and you will be able to see how this was done on both of the sides of her part. Now, try it on your own. Go for it!