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Celebrity Hairstyles at ALMA Awards

Celebrity Hairstyles and Hair Color Trends at ALMA Awards 2009

The ALMA Awards are back tonight with Eva Longoria Parker and George Lopez hosting the show. The ALMA Awards celebrate the Latino people’s contribution to the entertainment industry. NCLR (National Council of La Raza) created the ALMA Awards in 1995 as part of its strategy to promote fair, accurate, and balanced portrayals of Latinos in the entertainment industry. The name ALMA is Spanish for “spirit” and represents the determined spirit of the pioneering Hispanic people in the areas of television, music and sports.

Celebrity Hairstyles
Gomez, Bratt and Hayek

It’s hard to keep up with all the celebrity awards shows and to be honest, there are more of them than I care to comment on. The thing is, the shows are a place to go for those of you looking to see the newest celebrity hairstyle trends. The ALMA Awards will air tonight a 8:00/7:00pm Central on ABC.

So here is a head’s up on just some of the celebrity hairstyles you will be able to catch on tonight’s show;  Selena Gomez, Salma Hayek, Penelope Cruz, Jessica Alba, Salma Hayek, Shakira, Jennifer Lopez and for you guys, Charlie Sheen, David Archuleta and Benjamin Bratt! And host Eva Longoria Parker apparently will be sporting a host of different hairstyles and wardrobe changes for the evening.

Many Hispanic people have warmth to their skin tone and look much better with some added warmth to their hair color. Note the difference yourself on what these hair color changes do for the celebrities below.  My favorites all have some added warmth and my least favorites are blondes and cool ashy tones.

Celebrity Hairstyles Paula Abdul
Paula Abdul hair dark
Celebrity Hairstyles Jennifer Lopez
Jennifer Lopez hair – too blonde?
Celebrity Hairstyles Jessica Alba
Jessica Alba hair with great warm brown tones and caramel high lights
Celebrity Hairstyles
Penelope Cruz hair with added warmth

  

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