Hairstyles, Hair Care & Fashion

Heidi Albertsen & Jamie Carson

Heidi Albertsen - 2008/11/12
 
Heidi Albertsen with long and curled blonde hair Heidi Albertsen - 1940s look for long hair
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Heidi Albertsen enraptures us with that "knock'em dead" look as she poses for the photographer in her silver platinum dress that hugs her slim waistline. Atta girl Heidi! Her gorgeous blonde hair is curled to dip below her shoulders and along her back. The sides go up into an almost 1940s look and the results are total class for Heidi!
 
Her top has been guided over to the side of her face keeping an "all clear" appearance. When we peek under her hair, we can see that her natural color is a medium blonde and this makes it easy for her haircolorist to bring her hair up into the light level she desires.
 
Heidi's is wearing a three chain necklace and earrings that both match her striking dress. Her make up is plenty of bronzing and genuine natural appeal, while the emphasis is on her eyes that have a cat like sketch to them.
 
Jamie Carson - 2008/11/14
 
Jamie Carson with collar length hair Jamie Carson's trendy hairstyle with swatch bangs
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Jamie Carson has rich ink black hair that is cuffed around the collar in custom designer lengths with a trendy crooked top section and a smooth swatch bangs that transcends along the silhouette of her face. The secret of this yummy hairstyle is not to copy this image without getting the haircut first! It just won't work for you! After your haircut, apply your favorite spritzing and begin to practice with your large round brush and blow dryer. Take the small sections from the bottom, pulling the hair out to the ends while drying. Your aim is to get the smoothest look possible.
 
If you happen to have naturally wavy or curly hair, this will be one of the most challenging moments in your lifetime. Be sure and buy gel for straightening power. Watch how your hairdresser does it and take mental notes and when the time is right, try it for yourself. Just remember, if the weather gets humid or rains; what was once straight will once again return to curl. That isn't a bad thing, unless you think it is bad.