Tuesday, March 31, 2009

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

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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!

MYSTERIOUS VEILS

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! :)

CRIMPED HAIR
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.

HEADBAND OVER BANGS
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.

BOUFFANT BOB
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!

SIDE-SWEPT WAVES
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.

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

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


PIN-BACK MADE FROM FEATHERS
Giving a new meaning to feathered hair, Amy Adams and Scarlett Johansson pulled back their retro curls with womanlike plume barrettes.

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Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Hair Extensions. Hairstyles Means.

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A revolutionary hair extensions, with no chemicals, no glue, no heat, no damage to hair or scalp, just 100% natural human hair extensions. Available in a range of colours. Sounds like perfect beauty means, but there are some hidden dangers you have to know about before applying hair extensions.

What health risks can we face applying these must-haves?

If hair extensions are put in for the first time they are usually quite tight and they can be quite painful for the first few days.

If your scalp is numb, then sleeping on about two hundreds little lumps on your head may be ok - but you could be unlucky.

Daily hairdressing combined with hair being pulled around as you sleep on your pillow, can make it to come out.

When the hair is wet, its weight increases, and if hair is coloured it is even more absorbent. That contributes to greater pressure on the hair follicles. So, if you do notice hair loss from your extensions, get them removed immediately. Your hair can re-grow, but it doesn’t always and if it’s pulled out repeatedly it will stop growing.

Here are some specific tips to help you care for your extensions:
  • Use a special brush (often a loop brush) made just for extensions, so you don't damage the new hair or the bond.
  • Human hair extensions can be treated as real hair, but more gently.
  • A gentle shampoo is recommended, and use cool water to help minimize tangles.
  • Sleep with your hair in a ponytail or braid to avoid bed-head and knots.
  • A light conditioner will help reduce tangling and keep your new hair supple.
See snaps of celebrities and their unsuccessful hair extensions:

BRITNEY SPEARS

MICHELLE HEATON
PARIS HILTON

JESSICA SIMPSON

PEACHES GELDOF

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Sunday, March 15, 2009

Celebrity pictures for women - LXV

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Why the actress will never forgether kiss with Leo
Amy Adams' Lip-Lock With Leonardo DiCaprio

How far from a convent can you get? After her Oscar-nominated performance opposite Meryl Streep in Doubt, Amy Adams is trading in her nun's habit for a blood-spattered apron in Sunshine Cleaning.

From the makers of Little Miss Sunshine, the dark dramedy (co-starring Emily Blunt) gives Adams the leading role as a mom trying to pay for her daughter's schooling by cleaning up gory crime scenes.

Q: Calling this a change of pace hardly does it justice.

A: I know, isn't being an actress wonderful? Actually, it was challenging to play Rose who's a single mom and hasn't really made a lot of her life and doesn't have a very strong sense of self worth. Even when she finally turns things around by starting her cleaning business, she's on her own and feeling very alone. So it was hard to step into that persona every day.

Related: Amy Adams Before She Made It Big

Q: She was a former high school beauty queen. Were you?

A: Never. I didn't even fit in with the sort of cheerleading group. I was off doing ballet. I think some of the kids thought I was a snob. I was very much into performing. My parents encouraged me and my dad would write skits for my brothers and my sisters and me to do.

Q: In Sunshine Cleaning, you're in the middle of some gross and bloody crime scenes. Did they seem real?

A: Let's just say I'd rather be in a convent. It did take a little getting used to. There was one scene where a woman had been killed, that was the hardest. It didn't smell or anything, but I did get the sense of a woman who might have lived there. It didn't feel like make-believe.

Related: Emily Blunt's Life After Prada

Q: We'll also soon see you in Night At the Museum 2 with Ben Stiller, which sounds like a little more fun.

A: It really was. I play Amelia Earhart who comes to life for a night in the Smithsonian Museum in Washington. Ben and I are being chased. The bad part was that I was wearing a very tight pair of pants which got ripped up a lot.

Q: Will there be a sequel to Enchanted?

A: I've heard rumblings, but there's nothing on the books as of now. We will see.

Q: You've kissed a long list of sexy leading men from Patrick Dempsey and Lee Pace to Leonardo DiCaprio. Any lasting lip-lock memory?

A: I talk about kissing a lot and I think I have to stop talking about my costars because I'm starting to sound just grossly unprofessional and boy crazy. But there was one moment with Leo.They were setting up the shot and I was just inches from his face, I actually did think once, 'OK, now I'm going to kiss Leonardo DiCaprio.' But it was more than that I really had to go at him and climb on top of him. Steven Spielberg's direction to me was, 'Eat his face like a hamburger.' Steven said, 'You're starving and you're looking at him like a hamburger or maybe an ice cream cone.'

Related: See Exclusive Photos of Leonardo DiCaprio

Q: If you weren't an actress, what would you be doing?

A: I didn't intend on moving to Hollywood. I didn't get the courage to move out here until I was 24. It took me a long time to sort of understand that the world, like New York and L.A., weren't these big scary places. It took me a long time even being here to sort of embrace that I was going to declare I was an actress who was going to pursue a career in film.

Q: So when you get to be the huge star that everyone's expecting you to be, are you going to be just totally obnoxious?

A: Oh, are you kidding? With six brothers and sisters? I would be hogtied before they'd let me get away with any of that. That's a good thing about a big family is people keep you where you should be.

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