Hairstyles, Hair Care & Fashion

Melora Hardin & Brooke Long

Melora Hardin - 2008/11/02
Melora Hardin wearing her hair long with curl on the ends
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Melora Hardin has a dangerously sexy smile and along with her sweeping layers of brown/blonde striped panels in her long hair, I am sure she gets more than her share of second glances. One of the ways you can acquire this type of image is to use your flat iron after dry in small sections for smoothness, or use your jumbo curling iron to wind down the hair and give a little bit of curl on the ends. Wind the top vertically and comb into the waves we see on each side of her part. Spritz a little bit of gloss to achieve a healthy appearance.
Melora has used all warm tones for her make up. Warm tawny shadows, flicks of bronzing and a citrus lip tint that reflects the autumn colors and fun in the sun.
Brooke Long - 2008/11/02
Brooke Long - Long hairstyle with round curls
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Brooke Long matches today's trendy fashion of looking healthy. Even if we happen to have a sniveling cold, we must at least appear healthy! No more mystic photos of gothic's pasty beckoning for black and white; nor anymore heavy black strokes of eyeliner and white lipstick. The organic and green call has gone around the globe and bronze and tawny colors are where we are in today's market. With Brooke's taffy colored hair, she fits the bill. She has some of the loveliest round curls I've seen yet. There is the deliberate straightness that comes down from the part and then, swings into the loops. The darker color under her hair is a great contrast and the ever popular deep warm orange dress magnifies her bronzed skin tones.
Tip: Ask yourself what colors you would like to bring out on your skin? The bronze color that we are seeing so much of today? Wear colors that would relate to this like the deep warm orange that Brooke is modeling. Do you look better in the pink cooler hues? Then, wear the blue pinks and the cool colors and watch your shallow skin look pink. Just tricks of the trade Mam!