Lauren Conrad is right on trend. Notice the imperfect center-part. Notice how, at the crown, the style drops straight down. Notice how that straight drop down transitions into spiraling ‘S’ shapes. Notice how this fluctuation in texture is spotlighted with ribbons of lightened color. It’s sort of seventies-inspired, and it’s a summer style clue.
Kim K has been switching up her look for many years, yet the sultry raven-hair is what everyone pictures when they think of her. Except today! Yes she looks comely, earthy and natural in an all over dark tone, and typically it is a better fit for her stunning complexion and healthy glow, yet there is something special going on with those dark blonde tones. The multidimensional flaxen features stunning variations of honey blonde shades, with a little extra darkness draping elegantly over shoulders.
Why do we love Kim Kardashian so much? Is it her antics? Is it her family get togethers? Is it her dancing? Or her romancing? No, we don’t think so.It’s her hair! Whether it’s long or really, really long it always has feminine allure. It always looks healthy, it mostly looks natural. And, as a new wave of modern multi-textured styles start to hit the city streets, she was one of the first to champion the tousle and go of a loose beach wave. Kim’s hair color changes a lot, but check this chestnut brown tone –– so soft, so sensual!