Hairstyles, Hair Care & Fashion

Christy Frank & Kimberly Stewart Hairstyles

The Reaping Los Angeles Premier - 03/29/2007
 

       Do blondes really have more fun than, brunettes or redheads? I believe I can confidently answer my own question; because at one time, I've been every color there is to be and I don't think blondes have anything over a redhead or a brunette. Besides, I know your mother must have told you that it's our personality that really counts the most, when it gets down to brass tacks. Real beauty comes from within and is revealed on the outside. However, it is the outside what people see first!
 
       Kimberly Stewart has gorgeous platinum blonde hair and striking blue eyes. Her bangs are fashioned impeccability with irregular chopped jags just below her eyebrows and the rest of the hair is designed in long layers ending in threads of strings. Strings are in folks, like it or not; until Hollywood decides to bring something else along for us to copy. Not everyone can wear the stringed ends successfully though, just like not everyone can look good as a blonde. For example, if you have thin, fine hair; go for a blunt cut over the stringed look.
 
Nickelodeon's 20th Annual Kid's Choice Award - 03/31/2007
 
Kristy Frank - Long hair with the top area crimped Kristy Frank wearing a stylish seventies outfit and hairstyle
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       You must admit, our little celebrity Kristy Frank is cute, with her long hair brushed back and part of the top area crimped. Too cute! Her blonde hair color is with faded caramel and light browns and gives the appearance of being warm and natural. She is wearing a seventies outfit that is quite stylish today, as well as for comfort. Her pink earrings go well with the colors she has selected and her make-up looks good. If I had just one thing to change, I would take away the underneath eyeliner and lightly apply it just below her lower lashes and smudge it a bit. This way, she would look more wide eyed and not smaller eyed, even when she smiles. I am willing to bet the farm, that our girl Ms. Frank is a artist at heart; as I look at the colors she is wearing.
 
       If you are interested in this type of hairstyle. After you dry your hair and brush it all back and secure with a clasp, take a section on the crown and top area and begin to crimp the sections as you go, you will discover a delightful contrast with your ordinarily straight hair. This look would also bring a charming appeal, if you have curly or wavey hair as well. Today, there are several variety's of crimping irons to select from. Why not try this style, it just may be the real you.