Hairstyles, Hair Care & Fashion

Kristen Bell & Lauren Ambrose

Kristen Bell - 10/05/2009

Kristen Bell's hair styled up with a braid Kristen Bell attended the "Couples Retreat" Premier in Los Angeles. She wore her hair in a most unusual updo. Her hair is full of a myriad of blonde and brownish tones that produce a three dimension as if on a canvas. The beauty of blonde hair reveals every line of curl, bend and dip made when styling. Kristen's hairstyle is purposely given selective sections of lines in her hair that have been twisted from the top and crown to meet together upon the one side of the nape of her head. There, a braid was arranged into a circle with sprigs of hair tangled around the braid. The top comes down into the obvious lines of hair and travels along the sides to be secured around the braid. The sides are also connected to the braid with the exception of a few coils left behind.
Kristen's fair complexioned skin tone is presented with high apple cheekbones that are prominently brought out by a small feather of blush. Her naturally light thick brows are subtly darkened; she has light glittery fawn eye shadow, eyeliner up and down around her eyes, lashes and mascara and her light neutral rose lip tint is as perfect as porcelain.
Lauren Ambrose - 10/13/2009
Lauren Ambrose - redhead with long smooth hair
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Lauren Ambrose attended the "Where the Wild Things Are" premiere in New York. Lauren is one of those young attractive redheads that people seem to do a double take when they walk past her. Her long red hair is silky smooth and shaped in long layers and angled upon her sides. Her bangs dip over her eyebrows are a real winner for her because you'd never realize she is 31 years old. Her thin eyebrows have been tweezed into a round arch; there is a light shadow in her eyes that blend in well with her eyeliner, lashes and mascara. She is wearing a flesh toned color on her lips and no apparent blush or bronze. Her bright deep pink dress definitely stands out in the crowd and not to be missed.