Cheryl Burke - Belle Gray by Lisa Rinna Store Re-opening 11/5/2007
If you have ever watched Dancing with the Stars on television, you have seen Cheryl's explosive moves, when she glides and gyrates
across the floor. I'm not sure I would be able to get up from the floor if I was in some of those dance positions and even then, I
might be on my way to the chiropractor. Not that I don't exercise, because I do. My typing fingers are extremely muscular.
Our celebrity's hair is just touching her shoulders and is in a layered shag haircut. Her bangs have been irregularly clipped and
moved over to the side. Her ends are left to hang and then flip up in a natural way. Cheryl has naturally straight and smooth hair
that was given to her probably from her Philippine heritage. She chooses hairstyles that are simple and quick for her, because she is
just too busy dancing to be working on her hair all of the time. Her natural color is a very dark brown, almost a black. If you look
closely at the photo, underneath the back flip of her hair, you will see her natural color. You will also see the contrast of a golden
brown color next to her dark hair. This looks good on Cheryl because she has kept the dark color closest to her pretty eyes.
If you have straight hair like Cheryl Burke's a shag haircut might be exactly what you have been looking for, as it has the bounce and
versatility to be styled in many other ways. Be sure to use plenty of smoothing lotion as you blow dry your hair and lightly apply
smoothing serum afterwards, paying special interest to your ends. If Cheryl can wear it, so can you!
Lisa Rinna - Belle Gray by Lisa Rinna Store Re-opening 11/5/2007
This high energy perfectionist goes non-stop in her daily adventures. Many are familiar with her as Billie Reed in the soap opera Days
of our Lives. Those of us, who are quite a distance from Hollywood; find everyday a soap opera and could be writing some hefty script
Lisa Rinna looks good wearing her hair in the short layered shag. Her layered hair is full of life and oomph that springs up, out and
over each other in different colored tones on her ends. Normally, her hair is just a little bit shorter with the ends in totally
upswings about her head. This hairstyle has become her signature haircut. Notice how her hair has height on the top/crown area?
Now look at the length of her hair. It could be about 6.5 cm or 2.5 inches. This is what brings her hair into the attractive pouf you
see. If you have long hair on your top and have desired some bounce, the only way to achieve this like Lisa's is to get a haircut.
Just think, you will never have split ends if you keep getting a trim every six weeks. In Lisa's case, all she has to do is apply some
moisturizing styling crème and blow dry her hair while running her hands through her hair in the direction she would like. For example,
if she wants her hair away from her face, the blow dryer is aimed away from the face and blowing toward the back. The fingers are
lifting the hair up to accommodate this procedure. Do this quick; it should only take about five to seven minutes once you get the
knack of it. Spray some gloss and glide your fingers through your hair one more time. Simple, easy and attractive!