Keira Knightley has a pleasing blunt cut that measures down, not quite to her chin line. There is an angled side part that reveals
her planned bang area that is beginning to grow to meet the rest of her hair. There are different layers that haven't made it to
the ends yet, but in time, this will be the perfect bob arrangement. In the meantime, Keira can have a lot of fun with this semi-bob
performance. She can roll it up in large-small rollers and bounce around in curls for awhile or she can use the curling iron and
roll it vertically back having an idle coil that so many are wearing these days. Another way she could wear her hair is up. Yes,
her hair is still long enough to be placed in a French twist, by a professional that is, unless you have a lot of talent and know
the tricks of the trade. You can wear this style with both sides brought back away from the face, with a comb on each side. There
is a style that can give you the illusion of having longer hair with this haircut. After you have washed, conditioned and applied
your styling lotion, comb in your angled part and on an angle roll your rollers all going towards the back, including the sides.
When you get to the back roll your hair from the top going down, when you get to the center, roll some down and a few going toward
the sides, while the bottom area goes under. When your hair is dry, brush vigorously and back brush your whole head lightly and
begin to comb back and fasten your pins in a vertical fashion in the back on both sides. When you look in the back, it should look
like a large cluster of curls. Take your bang area and section off making medium sized twists as you bring them back to join the
curls. This should be done in an angle. Spray and fluff up with your hairpin. You will give the impression of having a lot more
hair than you really do.