Verity Rushworth - National Television Awards 10/31/2007
Verity Rushworth is a British actress who is quite popular on the soap Emmerdale as Donna Windsor - Dingle.
Our soapstar wears her brunette hair in long coiled layers with threads of warm reddish brown blended to highlight the pink tones in
her face. There is a direct side part as her hair is combed smoothly down and joined with the coils. After you have washed your hair,
condition and apply your gel. Blow dry quickly with your large vented brush and when your hair is dry begin to wrap your hair in small
vertical sections with a medium sized, hot curling iron and turned away from her face. Use the curling iron everywhere with the
exception of the top. Bring the flat iron with sections on the top to be smoothed over and allowing the hair to lie over your
forehead as pictured with Verity.
For a dressier appeal, I would bring Verity's hair up on one side or on the side of her crown and allow for the ringlets to fall on top
of one another. Next to the curls, a silver hair ornament would lie perfectly for this event. Her lovely hair can make a world of
difference through the power of experimentation.
Elizabeth Banks - "Fred Claus" World Premier 11/3/2007
With already a successful long time record of acting in various films and television, many would recognize our familiar actress in the
NBC sitcom Scrubs. She is known as Dr. Kim Briggs.
Elizabeth Banks wears her hair with an off centered part in long layers. There is an assortment of blonde on gold and light brown tones
giving unique and diversified shadows. We see this especially on her ends and under her hair shaft. These particular inflections go
very well with her fair skin and blue eyes. Tip: When the hair is shadowed a bit darker along the neckline, the eyes are usually made
to be the high focal point when the hair is projected into a lighter position around the eyes. It is something like the effects of
light for a camera. This means; dark on the bottom moving slowly into light, although subtly. It is something like using paint on a
canvas, the artist already knows the object or scene they wish to stand out.
This is one of the basic hairstyles that would be easy for you to employ on your own hair. Always begin with a clean head of hair,
condition and allot the amount of gel needed for your type of hair. Use your wide toothed comb and section off your hair on the top,
sides and in the crown, middle and nap area. On the nap, use your favorite round brush moving under your hair while blow drying.
Repeat this all the way up your head. On the sides, vertically wrap your hair as you bring it back. Do this same thing on the top,
but going back. When your hair is dry, section your part and use your large curling iron to vertically wrap your hair in a
checkerboard pattern in the back for coils. Use the same vertical position on the sides away from your face. Wrap the bang area
coming down on an angle to make the dip and moving back to join the sides. Comb back and spray gloss.