Arielle Kebbel has a delightful bounce to her tousled top of curls. The variety of small thin slices of dark blonde blending
throughout her lighter color gives a cute appearance to her baby face. This hairstyle is designed in heavy layers, with the
hair around her ears clipped close to her scalp. Her crown has enough shortness to allow the pouf required for this hairstyle and
as we move closer to her nape, we can see how the hair is long enough to cover half of her neckline. Her bang and top area blends
in from her crown and styled into a straighter effect to lend a contrast to her overall production.
As I have mentioned in the past, it is vital to have the professional haircut that this style requires. If not, it just won't work
for you. After your dynamite haircut, you want to be able to take care of your style for yourself. Think curls! Lots of curls! In
fact, your hairstylist may suggest a light body wave for you, so you can maintain this style in a easier way. Don't be frightened.
We aren't talking about the itty bitty tiny wee curls. But the lovely rounded lazy curls you see in the photo of Arielle. After your
hair has been washed and conditioned, apply your styling gel and section off the bang area and secure with a clip. Now, roll your
hair on the top and crown in different irregular, fun directions. Follow this same procedure with the sides. Roll them, here, there,
everywhere. Roll the rest of your hair in the back with medium rollers all going upwards, with a few bent toward your sides. Set
large rollers toward one side, to cover most of your forehead. When dry, comb and place around in various disheveled array. Brush
the bangs and place over your forehead and spray your gloss. You can use your hands to lift up and place most of your hair into
this position. This will be perfect for you during the holidays.