Katrina Bowden will be starring in the film National Lampoon's Ratko: The Dictator's Son. We know her as Cerie on the
television comedy Rock 30.
Our model gives an uncompromising freshness with her long silken mane. There are light brown threads blended throughout her crème
color. Her straight hair has been formed into long layers with angles along her sides and bangs that lie just below her eyebrows.
Faithfully simple, her hair has been pulled back just up from the back of her nape and secured with a hair band, while the other
hair that comes down from her centered part has been left in strands to hang about as smooth tendrils.
If long hair is your forte, then you might consider this basic no fluff hairstyle. I am pretty sure the only area that has been blown
dry is Katrina's bangs, unless she is in a hurry. Use plenty of leave in conditioner and moisturizing gels and allow to air dry. Use
a wide toothed comb and center part your hair and comb all your hair back, with the exception of the couple of strands we see along
her sides. Fasten with a hair ornament. They have some very attractive decorations shaped in butterflies and birds in different
colored jewels. Use just a small amount of smoothing serum on your ends and lightly spray your gloss. Pouf up your bangs by
flipping your brush under and over your forehead, now you'll like the Princess you were meant to be.
Petra Nemcova - 10th Annual Angel Ball 10/29/2007
Petra Nemcova is a Czechoslovakian model who has modeled for Sports Illustrated. Many may have seen her interview with Diane Sawyer about
being in Thailand during the Tsunami in 2004. She reportedly held on to a tree for eight hours until she was rescued. Unfortunately,
her fiancé' drowned. Something good can come from every hardship if we turn it around and that is what Petra did when she founded
The Happy Hearts Fund for children who need assistance as is the case in Thailand. Bravo Petra!
Our girl is a knock out with her strawberry gold ringlets cascading down her back. Her hair is fashioned in long layers with a
centered part and both sides combed back and secured on the top of the back of her hair. This was how the cascade effect was birthed.
There have been two tendrils pulled out and coiled at the beginning of her part. Long curly hair isn't that neat, but who wants to
look neat when you can look sexy. If you have more than you need, perhaps you'd like to try your hand with this hairstyle. If you
have thin hair, think extensions! Let's talk about two ways to prep your style. Begin with washing, conditioning and applying a
styling solution. You can either air dry your hair or blow dry as you lift it up with your hands. When dry, section off the top,
sides and make three sections in the back, top middle and bottom. Take your medium sized curling iron and vertically wind the hair
in small sections beginning on the bottom. Go from row to row working your way up to the crown. Part your hair into the center
leaving out the tendrils and bring the rest back into a hair band. Curl the hair vertically while in the band. Lift up the crown
with your rattail comb. That was the hard way. The easier way is to roll your hair with medium sized rollers in a vertical position
in a checkerboard pattern in the back. Roll your hair going back away from your face on the top and along the sides. When dry,
section your part leaving the tendrils out and bring back into the cascades. This doesn't mean you will be landing a job with Sports