Maya Hazen - "27 Dresses" Los Angeles Premiere 01/07/2008
Maya Hazen's latest film is a horror called Shrooms, it was film in 7 weeks in Monaghan, Ireland. Maya plays the role of Lisa.
Maya has a coppery cinnamon color fashioned in long layers. The sum of her top has been gathered and brushed in a flat smooth manner
away from her face and fastened in the back. The rest of her hair falls into idyllic waves below her shoulders and upon her back. I am
sure our celebrity's natural hair probably falls into the category of browns. The customized red color brings a coppery touch to her
brown eyes and announces the pink tones throughout her skin. Definitely a good decision for our girl! The perfect red color will
always flatter your skin and eyes and this is exactly what her hair colorist's had in mind.
This would be a simple hairstyle for you to work with, if your hair is in long layers. Wash, condition and blow dry your hair with a
good gel moisturizer and medium sized vented round brush. Or, allow to air dry. When your hair is dry, comb your top and move out of
the way, while you begin working on the rest of your hair. Spray your hair with the setting lotion and begin to vertically wind your
hair with a jumbo coiling iron. This will bring barely a curl, like seen in the photo. When you are done curling, brush or comb to
mix your hair together. Take the top and brush flatly back and secure. Simple to do as Grandma's strudel!
Melora Hardin - "27 Dresses" Los Angeles Premiere 01/07/2008
Melora Hardin began her career as a child actor at the ripe old age of 10. Since then, she has played in various television series of
which the latest is "The Office and film 27 dresses."
I would take a guess that Melora's natural color could be between a dark blonde/light brown and was brought up about two levels all
over, then blonde and honey blonde streaks given leaving the ends of her hair a little darker. This type of coloring is good for those
who are becoming prematurely gray and aren't ready to reveal all of the wisdom that comes with silver hair yet. It is also lends a
very natural appearance and doesn't shout to the world that you color your hair. I do not know the statistics, but I know for a fact,
there are more women who color their hair than those who aren't. Some say 50% others say 55%. I say, it has to be 75%. When I look
around in church (sitting in the back), I am fully aware that a whopping 95% of a room of 500 women color their hair. Yes, I take
my own survey, when I get bored. Some look professionally done, others look like they do it themselves. Most ladies cannot handle
the thought of silver hair. It's ok if you call it platinum though.
Melora wears her long layers in swirls of gentle waves and large curls. This was attained by using a jumbo curling iron, while the top
has been smoothed from her part, and left to fall into the curls. Use your large tooth comb to bring all the hair in unison. Just a
touch of gloss would be needed for the shine we see in the photo.