Kamis, 03 September 2009

Latest Trend in Celebrity Hairstyle - What to Follow?

by Margery Jones

What hairstyle do you want to follow? Is it the style introduced by a celebrity? If your answer is 'yes' then you are sharing the same path with many other people who are influenced by celebrity hairstyles and why not? After all celebrities (whether actors or models) are the trend setters.

The roots of fashion trend lie in Hollywood. Whether it is dress or accessory, shoe or bag, hairstyle or apparel all come from the movies and the TV shows as well. Celebrities are the trend setters in the world of beauty and fashion. If you want to take a close look at the hairstyle of your favorite star, a number of sources are there starting from magazines, internet to red carpet events and so on.

If you notice carefully you will see that the latest trend in hairstyle is nothing but the reflection of the hairstyle set by the stars and models. When we say hairstyle trend setter, who comes to your mind first? It can be none other than Jennifer Aniston because he has pioneered the sedu hairstyles.

You can easily achieve long, natural, soft tresses with sedu flat iron. Sedu celebrity hairstyles have become extremely popular these days. In fact it will not be an exaggeration to say that Aniston's style has reached the peak of popularity. You may ask what the reason behind the huge popularity is. The answer is simple. It is the Jennifer Aniston hair straighter or the sedu iron that has made these hairstyles so popular. You can follow sedu hairstyles whether you have long or short hair.

Long hairstyle has a timeless appeal. Long hairs are always gorgeous and beautiful. If you want to copy long hairstyles the icons are Marcia Cross, Charlize Theron, Lindsay Lohan, Jessica Simpson, and Nicole Kidman. For eloquent look in mid-length hair you can easily adopt the hairstyles of stars like Kate Winslet, Cameron Diaz and Gwen Stefani.

If you want to adapt short hairstyles you can follow Charlize Theron, Nicole Richie, Keira Kingthley and Mandy Moore. The best hairstyle to follow is that worn by Halle Berry, who is known as queen of short hairstyle. These light, comfortable and sassy hairstyles are perfect for any occasion staring from informal gatherings to late night dinners.

Before going for any hairstyle remember that even if you like a particular hairstyle it might not suit you. So choose celebrity hairstyles according to your hair type, hair texture, figure etc. The most important thing to consider is your face shape. If you have an oval shape any hair style can suit you. But if you have round, square or heart-shaped face follow the tips given below.

Long and mid-length hair is perfect for round shaped face. You can add more style with layers. Christina Ricci should be your role model if you possess round shaped face.

For people with square shaped face any hairstyle from long to short will do. Try to reduce richness at both the sides of your face. Avoid blunt cut or short bob cut. Try out waves and curls at the bottom to look more stylish. If you have square shaped face you can follow the hairstyle of Sandra Bullock.

Chin length bob haircut looks smart on heart shaped face because people who come under this category have cheekbones with thin jaw lines. You can follow the hairdos of Jennifer Love Hewitt for great looks.

About the Author
Margery Jones writes articles on various topics including hairstyles, fashion, celebrity hairstyles and so on. For more information on hairstyles, she recommends you to visit www.elle.com

Minggu, 07 Juni 2009

Sedu Celebrity Hairstyles

Celebrity hairstyles guide providing tips, ideas and information on the latest trends in sedu celebrity hair styles.

The long lustrous hair of so many celebrities has the power of new technology behind them - the Sedu hair straightener.

Sedu Celebrity Hairstyles are in vogue and it easy for everyone to acquire natural, long, soft tresses. Celebrity hairstyles influence a large part of the female populace, so let us get an update of how you can get the look.

Getting Sedu celebrity hairstyle
To get the soft and straight look, you need a Sedu hair iron. This distinctive design, created in America, uses ceramic plates made of tourmaline crystals. The negative ion charge in the unit removes all the static from the hair, which gives you the wonderful, manageable and even seductive look. Your hair gets a shape, without the use of hairsprays or other harsh chemicals

Actors, singers and other celebrities have to spend long hours under strong light, which can ruin the hair and the look. Beautiful locks treated by the Sedu hair straightener do not react to heat and light, and the effect lasts long, besides there is none of the hated “frizzy” look. So before you hit the disco, a stylized Sedu celebrity hairstyle may be a good idea, your hair can look good as you dance away the night.

The Sedu celebrity hairstyle is quick to achieve, the ion charged flat iron actually give your hair the smooth, natural look quite fast. It is also “hair-friendly”, because unlike the coil iron or hairsprays, it does not damage the hair. There is no tearing or pulling, this is such a relief! It works especially well for women who have thick or curly and slightly coarse hair, and transforms these into soft manageable tresses.

The Sedu Celebrity Hairstyle to suit your style and face
Have you noticed something about the modern celebrity hairstyles – they are simple. Their hair could be short or long, but the tresses look natural and unfussy. Long hair like those of Jessica Simpson or Britney Spears is often the result of a Sedu hair straightener, with an application of some appropriate conditioner later. Short hair also becomes sexy with the flick Sedu hairstyle, and again getting this takes as little as five minutes. Once again, you would need to straighten your hair, and flick it just right at each end. Apply a little wax once it is done….and yes, you will look amazing! What’s more, celebrities prefer using Sedu because it suits dyed hair, right from burgundy to blond, rich brown and even hairstreaks.

Many actresses seem to be going in for the Sedu look. It is a preferred style even with those with typical ethnic features, as it is with straightforward American looks. You would see faces as diverse as Angelica Jolie, Jennifer Lopez, and Jennifer Aniston looking great with a Sedu hairstyle.

See the magic of the Sedu celebrity hairstyle when they walk down the ramp, or simply flick their tresses casually as they saunter down the Oscar red carpet, as they smile seductively for the camera. The shimmering hair is actually created from this amazing hair straightener!

Make sure you read the instructions carefully before you start emulating the look.

These are tips to remember:
- Your hair has to be shampooed clean.
- You could use some hair protection gel before you begin straightening, but make sure it dries off.
- It must absolutely dry before you use the Sedu hair straightener.
- Straighten your hair bit-by-bit.
- Use the right size and temperature for you length of hair.
- Make sure to use some wax or hair condtioner to get the shine.

It takes just a few minutes, and the Sedu celebrity hairstyle can be yours.

Senin, 26 Januari 2009

Lisa Kudrow

It's All Work and No Play for Lisa Kudrow

After she became part of TV history along with her Friends co-stars, Lisa Kudrow kept her fans delighted by taking on a string of quirky characters on screens big and small.

Now, she's delivering the kind of off-the-wall performance she loves as a foster mom from hell in Hotel for Dogs. The irony is that, off-screen, she and her handsome hubby, French TV exec Michael Stern, are doting parents.

Q: You crossed a line by being mean to kids on screen. How did you dare?

A: Oh, my god. You mean what if I'm on the cover of the tabloids as the mean mom? I thought it would be fun to play a sort of villain in a family movie. So she doesn't like kids. That's OK. But here's the bad news. I took my son to a screening and, unfortunately, there were moments that felt familiar to him. Maybe that's not so good.

Q: Who's the disciplinarian, you or your husband?

A: I was a pushover until my husband taught me that I have to be more strict. But I don't know if strict is OK or not. I've been trying to be a little more structured and have rules and boundaries and I've gotten better at it. But I'd say my husband takes care of the discipline.

Q: When you speak about your husband, you beam.

A: He's phenomenal. Thank God for him. He's so centered and he keeps all the hype and fame stuff in total perspective. He knows that there's no danger of me falling in love with someone that I don't know, like a co-star in a movie. I mean, we've talked about that a lot and I don't get crushes that easily. Oh God, I wouldn't leave him for anything or anyone.

Q: How did you feel about sharing the set with a bunch of dogs?

A: I grew up with dogs and I have a toy poodle. But when you're filming everyone has to have their ducks in a row before the dogs come to set, otherwise it will be harder to get them to do what they need to do. But that's fine with me. You can't upstage a cute doggie.

Q: You get to be pretty outrageous in Hotel for Dogs. Is it fun to be sort of the Queen of Mean?

A: It is occasionally. But when I was with The Groundlings comedy troupe, the emphasis was almost always on the mean stuff. You had to look angry to make it funny. I didn't want to live my life like that just to get laughs. I realized that there were things that I thought were funny that weren't so mean spirited and I got a chance to show another side of myself on Friends.

Q: There are a lot of talented comedic actresses, including you, who don't get a chance to be funny as a leading lady on the big screen. Why is that?

A: I wish I knew. Male-driven comedies always outnumber female driven comedies. Then when there is one, everyone is like, 'Well, that was a shock. Who would've thought people would go to see women be funny in a movie?'

Q: Did you ever feel a challenge to go beyond your image as Phoebe on Friends?

A: It hasn't come up that much. I don't get people saying before they cast me, 'I need to see that you're not going to be Phoebe when you do this.' Actually, I'm always expecting it to happen. But I've gotten a lot of roles that are nothing like her. Maybe I'm just lucky.

Q: Blonde or brunette — which is more fun?

A: My hair was dark most of my life. When I became blonde, I definitely felt lighter, and I guess also because you're lighter, people treat you lightly. It just feeds into itself. I really lightened up. When I had dark hair I didn't smile as much. I was, you know, a depressive. But when my hair got lighter, everyday I was just in between smiles.