Have you seen this lady dance? She can effortlessly move her body in angles that seem impossible. With this in mind, Cheryl Burke
always keeps her hair cut rather short for professional purposes. This lady has to see what she is doing when she dances. The closest her hair
gets to her eyes is halfway down in a choppy tease, just above her irises. Whatever way she chooses to swing, hair will not hinder her
sight. Her hair is cut in a trendy shag, angled with a light fluffy fringe along the sides and rides the collar in the back.
There are caramel threads of hair to pop up her deep brown hair. Spritz a little bit of light styling lotion and blow dry your hair
and you are ready to dance yourself! No need to use the curling iron. Just a little bit of gloss for sheen.
There are times when Cheryl wears heavy make up when she is dancing, however as pictured she likes her eyeliner, smoky taupe shadows,
slight bronzing and very translucent lip tint. Tip: invest in good make up brushes. Blending with your eye liners and shadows will give
you the natural image you desire.
Kym Johnsonís striking pose brings many a smile and she is wearing a gorgeous grey gown! Kym keeps texture in her hair
by tinting her hair blonde with a few panels of brown. Her soft image has resulted by the easy large curls that circulate around her
head, some on the forehead and a windfall of thready curls gathered about the neckline and sides. The use of hot rollers or a medium
sized curling iron will help to achieve this lovely presentation. Use a wide toothed comb when you comb out your hair, only once.
Kymís make up brings a series of bronzing, smoky shadows up and under the lids about half way and blended into the edge of the eye,
eyeliner and a delicate light neutral lip tint. Even though her brows are quite thin, they appear to be very natural and this is a real
plus to her good looks.