Miley Ray Cyrus, is one of the next big thing in America, some people say she may become a superstar like Madonna or Brittney . Cyrus is known for starring as Miley Stewart "Hannah Montana" in the television series Hannah Montana on the Disney Channel.. lets see how this miley "Hannah Montana" do with her hair..she likes her wavy hair and dark color.. but she looks nice wiyh the blond too..just take a look at these..
Jennifer Aniston, Mariah Carey and Sharon Stone; three of the world’s most beautiful women, all with just one thing in common. They all have oval shaped faces. As you can also see from glossy magazines, TV shows and concerts, they all have very different hairstyles, proving just how easy it is to get the perfect look with an oval shaped face.
Sharon Stone haircut
Jennifer Aniston has been the peak of hair fashion for many years with everyone and their next door neighbor wanting the new “Rachel,” aptly named after her character in the hit TV show, “Friends.” The good news is that many of face shapes can get away with this look but in general the oval shaped face is perfect.
Jennifer Aniston Hairstyle
It doesn’t matter how long your hair is, whether it’s long, short or medium length, worn on the face or swept back away from it, oval faces suit anything!
Mariah Carey Haircut
Mariah Carey is another famous face with the oval shaped face yet has a rather different style to that worn by Jennifer Aniston. Mariah has had a lot of different styles over the years from the one with lots of volume and plenty of layers to the long and poker straight long hair. So far every style has suited her which shows again the versatility of oval faces.
Sharon Stone is shining
If you have an oval face, and you can tell by a gently rounded hairline and also slight narrowing around the jaw line, you can try all manner of different styles and perhaps now would be the best time for a change.
Check out this cute partial updo hairstyle that features long side swept bangs. Emma Roberts looks great.
Emma wore her hair in two very different textures at The 42nd Annual Academy Of Country Music Awards and pulled it off magically! Her hair was tightly pulled into a half-up, half-down style and her thick bangs were side swept, which is great for a high hairline. To finish, piecey waves were added through the ends of her hair to add more texture to her style.
How to Style:Mousse damp hair, then using a medium sized radial brush, blow-dry down and under. Wax the front bangs for added definition, making sure to include the side.
Long and smooth hairstyles will always look good, no matter what year it is.
Example hairstyle below shows us how shiny long locks can turn a drab look into fantastic.
Mischa Barton turned heads with this sleek, smooth hairstyle. She looked so classy with a sleek and smooth style. A chic finish was achieved by texturing her ends—an effect that worked superbly with the feeling of lightness created by medium to long layers.
How to Style:Apply mousse to damp hair then blow-dry using a medium vent brush, turning your hair under as you go along. Smooth shine the top layers and then lacquer lightly for hold.
Long wavy hairstyles will work for any occasion. Get the long wavy look by wrapping small sections of hair around a medium barrel curling iron and hold in a vertical position. Gisele, see photo left, shows us how this hairstyle is done in Hollywood.
Gisele let out her radiant waves. Layers cut through the edges gave her natural wave lovely bounce and created body and movement all over. This hairstyle is best suited to those with a natural wave or curl.
How to Style:Apply styling mousse to wet hair, then using a large radial brush, smooth the hair concentrating on the bangs and crown area. Apply small amounts of wax to the entire hair to give definition and texture throughout.
If you want to have a trendy hairstyle, then you should have a long hairstyle. That is and pretty much has been the case forever. Not all women, though, look good with long hair. If you are extra short, for example, you wouldn't want to have really long hair because it would make you look even shorter.
The key to getting a long hairstyle to look right is to design the cut so that the face shape is flattered and facial flaws, such as a high forehead, wide face or narrow chin are accented or camouflaged with the haircut.
Options for a long hairstyle include long or short layering, texturizing, side swept bangs or full bangs, thinning out and highlights or lowlights.
Before you decide on a long hairstyle - whether you want to grow your hair out or get hair extensions, you should try on various styles using hairstyle imaging software. Click on photo, left and above, for more details on how you can do this.