The Bighearted Celebs’ Approach to Hairstyling
How famous Celebrities like Katie Price and Courteney Cox style their hair ?
Cause-oriented bingo fundraisers are eagerly anticipated not only by the fans of the stars in attendance but also by fashion experts and hairstylists. As the red carpet transforms into a fashion catwalk, hairstylists in particular are on the lookout for new trends that famous personalities will be donning on the tournament floor. And indeed, many celebrities have used their presence in high-profile charity balls to introduce new ways of hairstyling.
A popular TV personality, glamour model, author and businesswoman, Katie Price drew national recognition among British fans after being hailed in 2012 as the Celebrity Mum of the Year by FoxyBingo on Twitter. She also gained the attention of hair experts because of her eccentric hairstyles. While some people detest her excessive use of hair extensions on many occasions, other stylists follow Price because of her numerous experimentations with her hair. The latest one, which occurred in 2013 after giving birth to her fourth child, saw the blonde Price turn brunette.
BecomeGorgeous.com shares some advice on how to replicate Price’s “kitten” hairstyle. To achieve the right volume, roll the hair around a large round brush and insert Velcro curls afterwards. A few loose curls would help to increase texture.
Standing as a polar opposite to Price’s unconventional ways, Courteney Cox has always had a simple yet stylish hairstyle throughout her Hollywood career. Cox is famous for her long layered hair sleeks and waves, helping her recreate her image after the demise of Friends.
Cox recently spilled her hairstyling secrets in a Female First: “I like a messed-up, undone look and will sometimes use sea salt spray once my hair has dried to give it a bit of added texture,” she said in the magazine’s November 2013 issue.