Posts Tagged ‘hairstyle

Tuesday October 29, 2013 22:11

Jennifer Hudson rocks a pixie hairstyle

Jennifer Hudson

Jennifer Hudson said goodbye to her long luxurious locks and debuted a sleek and short pixie cut at the Black Girls Rock event presented by BET.

Jennifer Hudson

Jennifer contrasted her sophisticated hairstyle with a sexy sparkly black dress, black nylons and knee-high, stiletto-heeled boots.

What do you think of Jennifer’s short hairstyle?

Marisa Tomei

Marisa Tomei wore her long brown hair in a messy half up, half down hairstyle at the 23rd Annual Environmental Media Awards presented by Toyota and Lexus held at Warner Bros. Studios recently.

Marisa Tomei

Marisa made an interesting fashion choice for the event with a bee-printed black pantsuit with peplum.

What do you think of Marisa’s hairstyle and outfit choices?

Friday October 18, 2013 16:11

Bethenny Frankel’s sleek, straight hairstyle

Bethenny Frankel

Bethenny Frankel rocked a perfectly sleek and straight blow-out at the Second Annual American Made Awards at Grand Central Terminal’s Vanderbilt Hall.

Bethenny Frankel

Bethenny wore her long dark brown hair in a much more casual style — a ponytail — as she did the school run to pick up her daughter Bryn in Manhattan recently.

Wednesday March 28, 2012 22:16

Cassie Scerbo’s long and loose curly hairstyle


Cassie Scerbo

Whether you love Cassie Scerbo as a blonde or a brunette, you can’t deny this flirty loose curls hairstyle looks great on her. Her blonde hue is perfect for spring and summer and the curls are just the right amount of tousled.


Cassie Scerbo

Cassie finished her welcome to spring look with a teal maxi dress.

Penelope Cruz old hollywood glamour

Penelope Cruz never fails to turn heads and the 84th Annual Academy Awards was no different. She wore her long dark brown hair tucked up into retro-style curls, showing off beautiful diamond jewelry.

Penelope Cruz oscars hairstyle

Penelope shined in a custom Giorgio Armani organza off-the-shoulder evening gown.

Photos: Adriana M. Barraza/

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley pulled back hairstyle

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley looked stunning at the ELLE Style Awards held at the Savoy in London, England with her long, straight sandy blonde center parted and pulled back into an elegant half-up, half down hairstyle.

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley long hair

She wore an angelic gown with a sheer flowy train that followed behind her.

Photos: Daniel Deme/

Tuesday February 14, 2012 04:19

Kendra Wilkinson’s feathery blonde hairstyle

Kendra Wilkinson

Kendra Wilkinson looked the part of a modern day Charlie’s Angel at OK! Magazine‘s Pre-Grammy event at Tru Hollywood over the weekend with her platinum blonde hair in a center part and big feathery curls.


Kendra Wilkinson hairstyle, side view

The hot mama showed off her curves at the event in a purple and gold dress.

Friday February 10, 2012 10:13

Kristin Chenoweth’s cute bun hairstyle

Kristin Chenoweth bun hairstyle

Is there any other way to describe petite Kristin Chenoweth besides cute as a button? The pint-sized guest of honor at the 2012 Drama League Gala held at the Pierre Hotel in New York City looked bigger than life with her blonde hair piled high in a big bun with strand of hair serving as a headband.

Kristin Chenoweth

This side shot shows the intricate detail of her big twisted bun as well as her long dangling earrings.

Saturday February 4, 2012 14:07

What Hairstyles Attract Men the Most?



A few weeks ago, we put to rest the great hair debate “do gentlemen really prefer blondes?” But this week, I tackled an entirely different hair dating dilemma.

If you checked out a bar scene on any given night, there are two hairstyles a single woman will be working. The first, is a head of I-just-had-sex hair. The hope is that a mane of tousled waves and sultry curls will lure a man from across the bar. The second option is much simpler: less-fussy straight locks. The rise of straightening products can attest to the popularity of a salon-worthy d-i-y blowout.

Try on celebrity hairstyles in the Makeover Studio

These two popular on-the-prowl hairstyles got me wondering: which one is more likely to land the man?

On two separate nights last weekend, I stopped by NYC’s Arrojo Studio and had one fantastic stylist, Rachel Downing, work my hair into the perfect version of each man-hunting hairstyle. In the end, one coif truly conquered all.

On Friday night, I rocked long, straight hair. After dousing my ends with Arrojo’s Hydrating Mist, which my stylist told me “gives hair a nice drink,” Rachel slathered my strands in the salon’s own Straightening Serum. After pulling my roots taught with her fingers (“a brush works better on the ends, but you can use your fingers to get at the roots better”), my stylist blew out the rest of my hair with a bristly medium-sized flat brush. The result was a voluminous, sleek hairstyle with tons of sex appeal.

When one of my best girlfriends decided it was a night for the Meatpacking District, I took my straight locks to an underground dive bar with great music and a weekly reserve of eligible men. While the evening started with promise (my first two drinks were bought by a group of guys at a birthday party) the night ended without a solid prospect. Halfway through my turn on the dance floor, my hair that was once straight and sleek had become unruly with kinks, and the volume deflated.

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I had higher hopes the next day when my stylist, Rachel, greeted me with a thorough hair washing (complete with euphoric scalp massage) and luxe-looking round brush. After a dollop of the Arrojo Cutler Volumizing Styling Whip, she began wrapping my hair around the brush by the bundle, and blasting the swirls of hair with heat from a blow dryer. My hair looked worthy of a Kardashian without the touch of a curling iron. But when I told Rachel that my style would have to last through the night (my appointment was at 3 pm), she grabbed an oversized iron and began setting my curls without clamping the ends. “The best curls come without the clamp,” she told me. “They won’t be so tight.”

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My high-roller hair needed more room than a dive bar had to offer, so my friends agreed to hit a swanky uptown lounge. Within minutes there was a pack of guys descending on my posse. After a long conversation with Todd, a 6’1″cutie in head-to-toe black, I forced myself to cruise the bar for the good of the mission. It turned out Todd wasn’t the only man impervious to my sultry waves. Besides nabbing a free drink from the bartender, who I didn’t see handing out freebees to anyone else thankyouverymuch, another collar-clad gent struck up a conversation. By the end of the night I had two new phone numbers, one potential date, way too many free drinks, and a new signature hairstyle.

Tuesday January 31, 2012 10:11

Emily Blunt’s swept back hairstyle

Emily Blunt SAG Awards updo

Emily Blunt wore her dark brown hair in a center part and swept back into a low and loose chignon hairstyle with face-framing tendrils to the 18th Annual Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards held at The Shrine Auditorium in LA.

side view of Emily Blunt's swept back chignon

Emily wore a kelly green one-shouldered floor-length gown with rouching details to the event.

Photos: FayesVision/