Selasa, 31 Maret 2009

What Hairstyles And Headpieces Do Celebrities Prefer Today? Hair Fashion Tendencies.

What hairstyles and headpieces are in fashion thie season know our celebrities. They do their best to show you how to look fashionable this season spring - summer 2009. What the gallery below and try to study the lesson!


Jennifer Lopez and Dita VonTeese go undercover in chic misterious tulle veils that give a nod to silver screen sirens of the '50s. It's very nice accessoty if you don't like to do make-up! :)

Proving that great minds think alike, Madonna and Lindsay Lohan arrived at the Filth and Wisdom screening in N.Y.C. earlier this week in matching crimped dos. Honestly speaking, crimped hair is an old Madonna's trend.

The headband trend is here to stay for a long time, and Miley Cyrus and Carrie Underwood showed off its latest incarnation – slipping a band on top of their long bangs. Last 2 seasons hippie style is very popular.

Eva Longoria Parker and Maria Menounos went for retro glamour by amping up the volume of their bobs what is in style of 50's. Very fashionable look!

Flipping their long brown locks over one shoulder, Katharine McPhee and Jessica Alba offered a new take on letting their hair down. Very womanlike trend.

Beyoncé and Eva Mendes are bringing back the '50s, glamming up with the decade's most iconic hairslyle.

Leave it to fashionistas Sienna Miller and Sarah Jessica Parker to add a little elegance to their look with buns fit for pirouetting.

Giving a new meaning to feathered hair, Amy Adams and Scarlett Johansson pulled back their retro curls with womanlike plume barrettes.

Men Hairstyles For The Year 2009

If you are looking for a different hairstyle that brings out the natural wave in your hair and will be stylish and trendy then this is the perfect cut for you to get. Have your hair stylist cut hair to all one length on the top and then bringing the layers closer in at the sides using a hair clipper. To style at home simply wash and apply a leave in conditioner, once hair is damp then apply some wax to the ends of hair to give definition. Blow dry hair straight back and then spray lightly with some extra hold hair spray and you’re done.

New Men Hairstyles For the year 2009

This style simple style is modern and is the perfect 2009 mens hairstyle. It works great on a man of any age and can be done simply and easily. It looks great for professional worker and can also look great on a man with a blue-collar profession. It is easy to do and gives a man a chiseled look and has staggering sex appeal. To get this style have barber cut hair to around three inches on top and the sides and back and done using a clippers to bring hair closer to the scalp. To get this style at home simply wash hair and towel dry and work some gel into the ends to finish. can also look cute on boys.

New Men Hairstyles

Sabtu, 28 Maret 2009

Latest Layered Hairstyles for Women

Layered hairstyles suit for all kinds of women. It is due to its various lengths and styles in layered haircuts. Here are some layered bob,layered fringe, layered curly and many more different types of haircut styles.

long layered locks for women

Latest Long layered haircuts

long layered locks for women

Minggu, 22 Maret 2009

Spring Hairstyles 2009

2009 Spring Hairstyles. Some of the hottest looks for spring 2009 include chic hairstyles and trendy looks such as long hair, the french twist, chignons, braids updos and more. Look below to see a list of the hottest looks and a gallery of the trends to follow.

2009 Spring Hairstyles Top Trends to Try

1. Long Ponytails

2. Volumed Hairstyles

3. Wavy Hairstyles

4. One sided hairstyles

5. The french twist

6. Buns

7. Braids

8. Twisted braids

9. Long Hair

10. Center parted hairstyles

2009 Spring Hairstyles Gallery

Sabtu, 21 Maret 2009

Perfect Ponytails all The Time

Rachel Bilson
This peppy pony can give you just as much morning perk as a cup of coffee. Rachel's stylist, Davy Newkirk, suggests straightening out the hair first with a Mason Pearson brush if you have curly hair like Rachel's. To get the texture that she has, "Spritz the hair with a salt water spray," says Newkirk, who prefers the Frederic Fekkai Summer Beach Waves spray.

Reese Witherspoon
Bangs and ponytails are a fantastic combination -- it's young but sophisticated at the same time. Ponytails are great for second-day hair because layered pieces are less likely to fall out (a little greesiness helps everything stay in place). Reese's style requires minimal styling product, if any, and keep the product away from the bangs.

Anne Hathaway
Think that just because you have a short cut, you can't wear a ponytail? Not true! Evenly comb styling gel through the hair before pulling it into a ponytail -- you secure uneven short layers that may not fit into the elastic.

Lauren Conrad
Looking to make a statement? Add extensions to your hair before wearing it in a stick-straight ponytail. This simple-yet-stunning style begs for a dramatic neckline on the dress you wear it with! The beauty of the ponytail is that it lets you display jewelry, clothing and your face.

Minka Kelly
"This is a gorgeous look for Minka because it is youthful and fresh," says L.A.-based stylist Holly Jones. Start by using a large-barrel curling iron to create big loose curls around the head. "To get this high pony, flip your head upside-down and brush all the way to the top of your head before securing. A bit of aerosol hairspray like Davines Glam Power will hold without adding weight," says Jones.

Kate Beckinsale
"This look is modern and a bit flirty," says Kate's hairstylist, Adir Abergel, who got this style by misting Fekkai Coiff Shape and Set mist on wet hair and then dried using a round brush. "Once the hair is dry, backcomb the front of the hair and spray with hairspray to create body and a more modern look," says Abergel. Then pull the sides tightly back and secure the high ponytail with an elastic.

The Duchess went for all-out extremes with this look, including an extra-long hairpiece. The height of the slicked-back ponytail helps accentuate her striking cheekbones. We recommend this look only if you're a performer!

Jessica Simpson
This low ponytail takes on a sophisticated style with a section of hair wrapped around the ponytail. To copy this look, take a section of hair from below the ponytail and wrap it around the elastic and secure it underneath with a bobby pin. If that doesn't work, buy a faux-hair elastic instead.

Nicole Kidman
"I love ponytail when they are done with effort," says Frederic Fekkai stylist Adir Abergel. "It shows confidence and strength in a woman." Nicole's perfectly coifed style can be achieved by using a large-barrel curling iron and curling as large of sections as possible. This look works well on thinner hair -- it's easier to achieve one large barrel curl.

Joy Bryant
Create a fun look for a night out with a full ponytail. Get as much volume in your hair as possible and then use a flat brush to pull it into a ponytail, keeping everything on the head very sleek. "In two-inch sections lightly backcomb your hair," says stylist Holly Jones. "The result is incredibly thick, full and bouncy."