Shana Moakler was crowned Miss America in 1995. She is also a model and actress and had parts in Pacific Blue and Meet the Barkers.
Shana has natural light brown/dark blonde hair and keeps her hair tinted in a light beige tone. Her hair is delightfully created in
shorter layers with swirls of curls gathered around her head. The top flows over from the side part into a lengthy swoop that integrates
into the side curls. The other side has been combed smoothly behind her ear with a row of curls covering part of the ear. Get a load
of those hoop earrings, totally fun! The square necked top is also a must for anyone who is undecided about what to wear at any event.
Good to go Shana!
The easiest and best way to have this curly appeal is to wash, condition and apply a light styling lotion to your hair. Use medium to
large rollers on the top and crown rolling under horizontally in a checkerboard fashion. As you go down, change the rollers to a
medium size directing them toward the front on the sides. They will look like a curve. Also place the medium sized rollers in the
back in ways that are positioned upward, downward and toward the face. The object is to have curls going every which way, when you
comb them out. When dry, brush your hair and back comb in a feathery manner where you want the curls to go. Brush the one side back
and flip the curls over your ear. Do not be afraid to pull on your hair and spray to stay. Make sure the top is rolled over to the
side, first with the brush, then the comb to acquire the volume seen in the photo.
Linda Cardellini - 22nd Genesis Awards 03/29/2008
Our girl is an American television and film actress and you may have seen her as Samantha on the television series ER.
Linda Cardellini has been one who has worn her hair blonde and also foiled and now back to her brown. The brown looks more attractive
on her, look at how her brown eyes connect with the color of her hair. Her hair has been clipped into long layers with pert bangs that
lie over her brows. The ends lie in flips, moving in round curls around her face or lazy curls just below her shoulders. This is a
perfect example of what a good haircut can do after it has been styled.
This hairstyle can be a versatile way of having long hair, yet a little bit shorter as well. The length brings enough variety to be
able to still put your hair up in the ponytail, knot in the back, spiral curls or the easy form we see on Linda. If you've decided
this haircut is for you, now is the time to learn how to blow dry this successfully. Use your favorite styling lotion, depending
upon the texture of your hair. For example: if your hair is thin, you will want to use something thicker like a good heavy gel. If
your hair is thick, use a light lotion you can apply by spraying. No one knows your hair better than you. Use your round vented
brush and begin with rolling the hair underneath all over the head. When you are finished, check to see if there is enough curl for
you. If so, use a little bit of smoothing serum to smooth your ends. If not, use your medium to large curling iron to place a few
spot curls where desired. Comb and spray your gloss.