Carolyn Hennesy - "The Envelope Please" 7th Annual Oscar Viewing Party 02/24/2008
We have seen this celebrity as attorney Diane Miller in the ongoing soap opera General Hospital.
Carolyn Hennesy has enchanted coppery/cinnamon hair that has been tapered up the back close to her head and brought around the sides
to expose her ears, with small sideburns to curl around her face. Totally a class act! The crown has the traditional lift and while
moving toward the top, you will see sections of layers purposely directed to lie upon each other as they move toward the sides to
reveal most of her forehead. This hair color looks especially good with Carolyn's milky white skin tones, as it brings out the
pink hues. The brown eyes appear more coppery. Very flattering.
Those who know how to blow dry their hair will find this short hairstyle an easy task. Just apply your styling crèmes and begin to fluff
up your hair with your fingers into the direction you would like it to go. Then, take your blow dryer and roll the hair over on the
top. When dry, use your curling iron to make the sections to fall over one another as seen in the picture. Back brush, smooth and
lie over one another. Spray your gloss and hairspray. So easy!
Courteney Cox - "Dirt" Season Two Premiere Screening 02/28/2008
We have seen Courteney in Friends as Monica Geller. Presently she is in Dirt as Lucy Spiller, the editor of a tabloid.
Courteney Cox has raven dark hair centered into the middle and fashioned in long layers that flow smoothly below her shoulders. This
simple wash and blow hairstyle makes for easy maintenance, if you are looking for a style that doesn't require much upkeep. In fact,
if it is a warm day, you can drive with the window down on the way to work and let the warm air blow your hair instead of the blow
dryer. You may want to spray a little bit of gloss afterwards, to acquire Courteney's sheen.
I envision our celebrity with hair just touching her shoulders in a long bob that tilts under. If you place your two fingers on an
angle into that position you will see how this hairstyle will still cover her neck and extend more of a youthful appearance to our
actress. You can do so much with long hair and with a little bit of ingenuity bring the illusion of shorter hair around the frame of
the face. For example: if we were to roll Courteney's hair in medium sized rollers with the top sectioned over to one side and all the
rest rolled under and then when dry or set, swing her hair up into a curly knot into the crown of her head, the rest of the hair
around the face would be in deep waves. Pure lushness! Move out of the norm and try something different with your long straight
hair. Put some waves in there!