Thursday, July 30, 2009

AnnaSophia Robb’s Shoulder Length Hairstyle

If you do not like AnnaSophia Robb’s short haircut, how about her mid length hairstyle? Look at AnnaSophia Robb’s medium hairstyle.

Her layers were cut from the mid-lengths to create shape around her edges which gave her a shaggy finish. This style is perfect for those with square jaw lines.

Annasophia Robb short haircut

How to Style: Allow up to 2 hours styling time for hot roller setting, teasing, pinning and spraying. This long lasting style is great for all occasions and all weather conditions.

AnnaSophia Robb her ends were sliced or razor cut to create a wispy effect, and her layers were cut through the edges to create definition and to add shape to her style.

Anna Sophia Robb shoulder length hairstyle

Annasophia Robb shoulder length haircut style

This style is similar to Deborah Norville’s classic medium haircut. It’s a nice easy face-framing hairstyle for girls with shoulder-length hair.

Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Annasophia Robb haircut

Annasophia Robb is an American film and television actress, and singer. This girl has gorgeous blonde hair, most of the time, she wear medium length bob and cute short hairstyles.

She gained prominence in 2005 with starring roles in Because of Winn-Dixie and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, and subsequently starred in the 2007 film Bridge to Terabithia and the 2009 film Race to Witch Mountain.

Annasophia Robb haircut

Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Mohawk Haircuts for Men

The Mohawk haircut or mohican is a haircut in which we find shaving both sides of the head, leaving a strip of longer hair which is quite noticeable.

Mohawks haircut became common in youth punk subcultures in the early 1980s and were then adopted by various other age groups, becoming more diverse in style. Today, Once a trend hits culture, it leaves its mark, however small it maybe.

The influence of the Mohawk haircut is seen in countless fashion trends throughout the world and web. Mohawks are still associated with the Punk subculture, but have also become a part of mainstream of men’s fashion.

New mohawk faux hawk hairstyles for men

Saturday, July 25, 2009

Celebrity Hairstyles Gone Bad

“Celebrity Hairstyles, what was she thinking?” Celebrity hairstyles are always changing and Kate Gosselin has been no exception over the years. The reality TV star and mom of eight has been in the media so much lately, that her hairstyle has been getting lots of attention and lots of flack. If you are a fan of Kate Gosselin’s show, “Jon and Kate Plus 8,” you may have seen her hairstyle transform over the years.

Kate Gosselin’s hairstyle

US Magazine, who often covers celebrity hairstyles, put this before and after picture of Kate on their cover showing her old hairstyle and her newest look.

As you can see, Kate Gosselin’s original mom hairstyle wasn't anything to be desired for either. A plain and practical short haircut, it gave her the ease of virtually no styling time in the morning, which was perfect for the days when her sextuplets were infants. I prefer her more recent, celebrity hairstyle look over the latter, but I have some suggestions for the mom of eight.

If Kate Gosselin were to grow out the back of her hair into a short, sleek bob, like the celebrity hairstyle of Jenny McCarthy, Katie Holm’s and others, she’d have a much more flattering hairstyle. This bob hairstyle is still simple to style and maintain just like her current look. This hairstyle would be great for Kate Gosselin because it not only fit’s her face shape and hair type but, it has a chic side to it,  so she will look fabulous while promoting her new books.

Celebrity hairstyles like Sienna Millers casual short hairstyle
Celebrity hairstyles like Sienna Millers casual short hairstyle

Kate Gosselin could keep a shorter hairstyle all over by having the layers around her face cut an inch or two and then texturized to create this ultra short shaggy style like Sienna Miller’s. This messy, bed-head look is great for a new mom because it looks great without much effort.

Celebrity hairstyles Victoria Posh Beckhams
Celebrity hairstyles Victoria Posh Beckhams

A celebrity hairstyle like this one of “Posh Spice,” that is very dramatic, is perfect for Kate Gosselin’s dramatic personality. A graduated bob with an asymmetrical front is a fun and funky look while still maintaining your mom hairstyle.

Kate would look great with a hairstyle similar to this and it wouldn't take her long to grow out the back to reach this length.

I hate to see someone ruin their potential by wearing a bad hairstyle! If you are a new mom, consider these celebrity hairstyles, they might help you to choose a fresh, new style that is both chic and simple to style.

Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Hair and the Heart

Anyone who says that hair is nothing but strands of dead protein growing out of our scalps does not understand its importance, both to the woman it is a part of, and the society she inhabits.

Long bob with fringe hairstyle
Long bob with fringe hairstyle

Hair not only conveys our sense of style to the world, it can be a manifestation of our inner emotional state.

Dr David Castle, co-author of Living With Your Looks, says that "a woman's hair carries a strong emotional and cultural investment. It can express life, attractiveness, femininity, sexuality, health and personality, to name just some aspects."

When a woman goes through a period of emotional hardship - whether that be the death of a family member, the breakup of a relationship, or countless other life-changing scenarios - she can be tempted to drastically alter her appearance, and often does so by cutting or coloring her hair.

"There is a very strong heritage in our society, in fact, many human societies, on the augmentation of appearance for people's mental state," says Castle.

In other words, altering our appearance, by getting a drastic haircut, for example, can be a symbolic way of healing our inner states.

Think of when Britney Spears shaved her head - she had hit rock bottom, both in her career and her personal life. She was not serving some vain purpose by making a change in her image; she was externalizing her inner pain and using the removal of her hair as a means of symbolic reinvention.

Of course, any changes in appearance that are made will only give temporary relief to emotional pain: and sometimes, if we regret the change, can make it that much worse.

By being aware that you may feel compelled to make large changes to your hair when emotional crises occur, you may be able to avoid a hair disaster before it happens. Any release that we feel as a result of hair alterations will only be temporary - it is the heart, and not our hair, that we must attend to first.