We are familiar with Christie Brinkleyís long blonde hair styled with her side panel that comes over into her recognizable smoothness that eventually
pitches over into curls and waves that frame one side of her face. The other side is brushed back and slipped behind her ear encasing
her back with the rest of her curls. The difference with this type of side section and another one is the notable slip of hair that is
brought over from the heavier section in the front that bridge into the lesser side therefore; there isnít just the normal side part.
When you begin to roll your hair for this unique hairstyle, donít forget that small piece and take a small roller, rolling into the
opposite direction it would normally go. Roll your hair in large rollers, not jumbos. Brush thoroughly and smooth the top over and
allow the curls and the waves to fall where they desire. Spritz a little bit of gloss for sheen.
Hayden Panettiereís tri-tones of gold and light brown hair give a striking appeal to her green eyes. Combed with a short center part leaves her
tendrils to stretch down in idle coils that lace around her face. The rest of the hair is styled midway down the back in a messy
oblong chignon with a few wispy fans for decoration in the hairstyle. Hayden completes her look with peachy bronze tones and peach
coral lip color. Dark outlined eyes, once again bring out the best of the color of her eyes. Note the thickness of her eyebrows and
how it softens her eyes. Too thineyebrows can give a harsh appearance while thicker ones can soften. This also applies with too thin
of lips. If you have too thin lips, take your lip pencil and begin to draw your lips, being careful not to go too much over your
natural line. Put a dot over every area that needs to be enlarged, then, connect the dots. After you have drawn the line, take your
lip brush with a neutral color and go over the line and you will be amazed how natural your new lips will appear.