Emily Van Camp - Entertainment Weekly's Pre-Emmy Party 09/15/2007
Emily Van Camp happens to be a Canadian actress and is presently in a new television series called, Brothers and Sisters.
Emily's hair is smooth and glossy and is bluntly angled to frame her face. Her hair is super long and falls below her shoulders. There
is an off centered part, with the heaviest area of her hair combed over and mixing in with the hair on the side. She has textured bangs
that meet just below her eyebrows. We can see slivered blonde slices throughout her light brown hair that perk up her color, especially
when the winter season begins. Emily's hair is a good example of having a head of hair that is long, yet healthy. The important thing
to remember, to achieve a healthy head of hair, is to take the time to have the ends removed at least every six weeks. If your hair
tends to be on the drier side, use good hydrating creams and leave in moisturizers, paying special attention to your ends, just as
you do on your skin. If your hair is more oily, brush your hair often, to release the oils from the scalp to cover and condition your
hair. Then, wash your hair. Many people have a combination of the two, and this is where the brushing comes in, but never brush your
hair when wet, as it is at it's weakest time. Everything we eat, eventually ends up on our hair. Usually it will take about two to
four days to get there. Eating healthy can also be a contributing factor to healthy hair.
Madchen Amick - Entertainment Weekly's Pre-Emmy Party 09/15/2007
Madchen Amick is an American actress and has starred in numerous series of NBC's serial killer Kidnapped.
Ms. Amick keeps her hair about four levels up from her original color of brown with a select series of blondes, browns and cinnamon
slices blending into her hair. Her hair has a high side part and cut into long layers, nestling upon her shoulders. As you can see,
there are a lot of twirls, coils and strings all about her style, as this is a disheveled messy look. If you feel you are up for the
challenge, wash, apply your condition and styling products. Dry or allow to air dry, then, section off the top, sides, crown and back.
Use your medium size curling iron and begin on the very bottom, in the nap of your neck. Take very thin slices of hair and twine
around the iron in a vertical position, briefly before the heat set's the curl too tight. This is a relaxed look, not tight. Work
your way across the back and onto the next level doing the same thing. Repeat this procedure throughout the whole head, with the
exception of in your bang area. Smooth that out with a large curling iron and apply smoothing lotion. The main secret for this look, is
to take the hair in tiny sections to get the proper density in the curling iron. You got it now!