Amy Smart brings us a backward glance of yesterday with her hair closely coiffed to her head without the slightest volume. The side
part adds to the sentimentality of the era with the exception of the small tiny band of hair stealing over the front to be combed on
the other side which is so common in todayís hairstyles. A couple of subtle glossy waves and loopy coils steal the scene with an
array of blonde slices and when we peek under her hair we can see the shadow of brown that is no doubt her natural color. Who
really has their own natural color today, 10% or could it be less? They are few and far to be seen. For an authentic impact of
this era, we could bring Amyís hair under into a pageboy. The gold earrings and necklace are a sophisticated touch for this
Amyís angelic oval face reminds me of ABCís co anchor Diane Sawyer in her youthful days. She is wearing heavy eyeliner, a touch of
blush and orange red lip color. Tip: When you pick out a red color for any reason, whether it is a dress or lip tint; one of the
things to consider is the foundation of that color. In all reds there will either be a blue or an orange base. If you are going to
be wearing a blue base red dress you do not want to pick out the orange base lip tint. In Amyís case, the dress looks more blue
based than orange; however lighting has a lot to do with the photograph.
Bonnie Somerville has a short divide with smooth dippy layers that are arranged with a large swooping wave that is
brought over to the side of her temple and eventually flicks out to join the rest of her hair. The other side is given to a more
seamless structure until connecting with the curly coils on the ends. The creativity of this hairstyle cannot be overrated when
you see how the wave brings out Bonnieís eyes. For a more naturalizing affect, several tones of blondes and browns in thin strips
have been placed throughout her hair. Tip: Use a large wave to set off your eyes like Bonnie.
Bonnie is wearing heavy eyeliner, light and dark shadows, plenty of mascara, a few penciled sketches in the brows, light touches of
bronze and a pastel neutral lip tint. Although her eye liners are quite heavy you must admit her blue eyes are very exceptional!
She is wearing white, which isnít the best contrast for blondes, however; Bonnie is wearing a heavy black tri chain that not only is
a great contrast for the white blazer but her hair too. Smart trick there Bonnie.