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Hair Bangs Styles

Hair Bangs Style Type: Short and Choppy
Cool to the nth de­gree, this bob features, chunky temple-hugging panels and crown layers that are styled for roundness.
  • IS IT YOU? If you’re going for a short hair cut with this much over­all edge, you need a lot of attitude, fairly even features and a proportional face shape.

Hairstyles Hair Bangs
Slanted Hair Bangs
Hair Bangs Style Type: Slanted
Bold, chevron-shaped hair bangs style angling smoothly to one side create a two-cuts-in-one effect when the back of the crown is ultra-lifted.
  • IS IT YOU? Hair pros recommend this hair bang type for its ability to add soft­ness to strong face shapes; try it if you have square, oblong or round face shape.

Piecey Hair Bangs
Hair Bangs Style Type: Piecey
Piecey, angled hair bangs style coming off a full crown echo this bob’s asymmetry and choppy edges.
  • IS IT YOU? Pointy hair bangs styles can soften a round face’s curves and a square face’s strong jawline. It also flatters the oblong face, as it draws the eye upward. Keep in mind that if your hair is curly, they’ll be tough to maintain.

Hairstyles Hair Bangs
Eye-Veiling Hair Bangs
Hair Bangs Styles Type: Eye-Veiling
A blonde with a short, layered haircut gets major mileage from curvy, pieced-out hair bangs falling past the lashes.
  • IS IT YOU? The look’s a great choice if you have a high forehead that you’d like to conceal; it won’t work so well if your hair is super thick and/or curly.

Hairstyles Hair Bangs
Pouffy Hair Bangs
Hair Bangs Style Type: Pouffy
Full, slightly asymmetrical hair bangs is a perfect match for this Paris Hilton’s retro-inspired pageboy.
  • IS IT YOU? Hair bangs styles like these will disguise a high forehead and help draw at­tention away from a wide jawline, which is typical of the inverted triangle face shape.
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Wednesday, August 31, 2011 0 comments

Long Hair Styles Dominate Awards

These long hair styles win celebrity best tressed survey!

Jennifer Lopez, Beyonce Knowles & Katy Perry topped the charts (in that order) in the 16th annual Sally Beauty Best Tressed Survey. The survey polled results from 1,000 American women on the best and worst celebrity hair styles of the year.
Long layered haircuts have clearly been the trend in celebrity hair styles for the last year and more. This poll is another indication that long hair styles are here to stay for a while longer. These long hair styles have varied mostly with the cutting in of bangs or no bangs. Side swept bangs, blunt bangs, wispy bangs or choppy bangs all contribute to changing the overall look of long hair styles, so find out if bangs are right for you.
This poll also included some questions on personal hair care that had some surprising results, check it out below.

Best Women’s Celebrity Hairstyles

Long Hairstyles
Jennifer Lopez Long Hair Style
Jennifer Lopez’s long hair style with multi-dimensional color has always been a winning combination. Here her hair takes on an ombre color affect with lighter blonde on the bottom half of her strands.

Long Hairstyles
Beyonce Long Hair Style
Beyonce’s long hair style resembles Jennifer’s in both the haircut sans side swept bangs and the multi-dimensional brown hair color. Chocolate brown with warm cinnamon highlights are perfectly fit with her skin tone and soft face framing waves are beautiful too!

Long Hairstyles
Katy Perry Long Hair Style
Katy Perry makes a statement with her light pale skin-tone and deepest darkest brunette hair color. She adds some bling at the 2010 MTV Awards with pink, purple and blue highlights. Once again a curled long hair style is the haircut and hair style that wins best tressed!

Best Men’s Celebrity Hairstyles

Hair Styles for Long Hair
Tom Selleck wins with Gotee
Hair Styles for Long Hair
Ryan Reynolds
Hair Styles for Long Hair
Justin Bieber 3rd Place

Worst Hair Styles Women

Hair Styles for Long Hair
Lady Gaga at the Grammy's

Worst Hair Styles Men’s

Hair Styles for Long Hair
David Hasselhoff
Here are some added results from the Sally Beauty Survey given from December 13, 2010 to December 16, 2010
  • 26% want their hair to be shiny
  • 24% want their hair to be smooth and/or curly
  • 60% turn to hairstylist for recommendations for special event hair
  • 29% choose special event hair based on trends
  • 11% choose from celebrity photos
  • 42% do not rely in reviews when purchasing styling tools
  • 32% say $20. is the most they will pay on a beauty product
  • 20% say $10. is their limit
  • 75% believe the right hair care products & hair style can take 5-10 years off their look
  • 60% say price is biggest influence over what hair care products they buy
  • 27% purchase products based on hairstylist recommendation
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Thursday, August 25, 2011 0 comments