Justin wowed the crowd at the Anna Sui Fashion Show with his stylish ‘do. The back of his hairstyle was jagged-cut and the length was left long enough to tickle his collar. The top and side layers were randomly cut so as not to look too uniform. This created a heavily textured look which is perfect for those who are wild at heart and don’t mind a little attention..
Zooey Deschanel made her way into the 2009 Film Independent’s Spirit Awards with this long gorgeous ‘do. The layers through the sides and back added body and bounce to her look which enhanced her waves through the mid-lengths to the ends. The blunt bangs on this style create contrast and complete this look brilliantly..
Samantha Janus made her way into the VIP premiere of Ben 10: Alien Force with a casual and creative hairstyle. Her locks were tied on one side and the opposite side was left out to create an asymmetrical finish. Side-swept bangs also framed her face and softened her look. This look is great for those with longer face shapes..
This was new look for Patricia Arquette at the screening of her directorial debut at The Paley Center. Layers cut through the sides and back gave her style plenty of texture and shape through her mid-lengths and ends. Her two-tone color made her layers stand out, finishing off her look beautifully..
This was an easy-to-manage hairstyle for Melissa Leo at the 2009 Film Independent’s Spirit Awards. Uniform layers are cut from the back to the front to maintain balance all over. The top was also layered to create body and volume. This look is great for those with longer face shapes and needs only a little product to re-create..
Mariah Carey once again let her locks out at the 2009 Film Independent’s Spirit Awards. Her trademark luscious length looked different this time around thanks to her new golden copper color. This hairstyle has little layering through the ends to lighten the edges, and it’s easy to maintain with regular trims..
This was a classic look for Lisa Snowdon at the launch of the National Lottery Awards. This hairstyle was a typical “pin-up” girl look from the 1940s because of its victory rolls and backcombing for height and fullness. This fabulous hairstyle needs ample time to re-create and plenty of hairspray for hold..