Long Soft Curls of The 1940s Hair Styles Are Hot For Fall
1940s Hair Style glamour makes a comeback ~~ Jill Hilbrenner over at Helium has been watching the runways and has noticed that the likes of fashion designers such as: Marc Jacobs, Zac Posen (a fav of Gwyneth Paltrow’s) and Gavin Douglas have all featured 1940′s hairstyles. I predicted this trend back in July. I love the 1940s hairstyles, those beautiful waves are such a classy feminine look. The classic hairstyles of the 1940′s have never really gone out of style, iconic celebrities like Marilyn Monroe and Elizabeth Taylor made these looks timeless. Check out my article 1940s Hairstyles are Hot! for more great looks from this glamorous decade.
Short Haircuts Getting Attention in Toronto ~~ Agyness Deyn’s super short haircut is a hit with Erin Kobayashi of the Toronto Star she writes about the trials and tribulations of going with a super short hairstyle. In it she notes short cuts on: Mia Farrow, Jean Seberg, writer Gertrude Stein, Canadian architect, Phyllis Lambert, Karen Kain and Zoe Centeno. I’ve got plenty more great pixie hairstyles in my article Pixie Haircuts Showing up in Hollywood.
Canadian West Like Short Hairstyles as Well ~~ Joanne Blain, from the Vancouver Leader-Post interviews three of the leading Canadian hairdressers who talk about what is hot the hot fall hairstyle trends. They like Bobs, Crops and the long and soft 1940s hairstyles that have been seen on Katie Holmes, Ellen Pompeo, and Selma Blair.
- David Evangelista Likes Long Waves Too! ~~ One of my fav celebrity hairdressers is David Evangelista, a regular on The Early Show, on CBS. His Fall hairstyle predictions is that wavy hair is back. Big, beautiful, loose curls are sexy and classic. Give it a look his video clips are always fun to watch.
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