Giselle is a Puerto Rican Actress that became famous when she was only 14 on Puerto Rican television in soap operas.
Wearing rich dark brunette hair that shines from health, we can see that Giselle keeps her long layers in a natural off centered part,
and has a smooth texture all the way down her shoulders, and then falls into a very subtle flip. Giselle looks like she has a natural
straight slippery hair. This texture can be challenging to hairstylists when they begin to style it up into an upswing, as is slips
out of the pins and bands. But, as many of us know, there are a lot of tricks up our sleeves to make the hair obey and to achieve the
end results. Sometimes, it can be a simple thing, like placing the hairpin into a different position. Other times it can be taking
smaller sections of the hair to work with. Some hairstyles prefer to work with unwashed hair to gain more porosity, in this way
there will be more control. I've had to spray the hair before styling in order to have the flexibility needed.
Giselle is wearing a simple style that has been washed, conditioned and blown dry. The curling iron or flat iron is not necessary
for this image. Her hair no doubt has those glorious, natural oils to help attain the glossy effect we see. This is an ideal style
for those of you who have medium to thick hair with a natural straightness like our celebrity. The overall effect with her black
turtleneck covered with a leather jacket and hoop earrings is definitely fit for a sporty event. Does this look give you ideas?
Fearne Cotton - Cosmopolitan Fun Fearless Female Awards 11/6/2007
Fearne Cotton is a British announcer and talks about their popular television programs. We can also hear her on the BBC radio. If
you have the gift of gab, this could be a fun job.
I believe the late 1970's blouses are making a come back, with the busy patterns and ties around the neck. I have also seen anchor
women wearing ruffles on blouses that look like they were painted on them. That particular look wasn't in fashion at that time, so
I guess they've finally decided something new for the 2000's. Fearne has a busy pattern that she can get away with because of her
accented youth. However, this is what I would create for her: Let's use our imagination and begin by dressing her in a sage green
blouse, as the green would bring out the color of her eyes. The blouse must have long sleeves complete with golden cufflinks. Is
there anyone who remembers these archaic classy bits of jewelry? There would be a small thin gold chain, perhaps with a cross,
that would fall under her collar. We should give her some small gold post earrings with a diamond in the center. Now for her hair,
let's style this lady's hair up into a French twist, no tendrils hanging anywhere. One side goes over to the other making an
attractive arch on the top that barely tilts on the side of her forehead and then joins in with the rest of her hair on her side.
I wouldn't change a thing with her make-up; it is perfect and brings out the best in our girl.