(BLACK PR WIRE) July 13, 2009 -- Tyra Banks, Halle Berry, Beyonce Knowles, Oprah Winfrey, and Kelly Rowland. These are just a few Black celebrities who have a flair for hair. Of all the hairstyles in the world, celebrity hair styles are always the ones we try to imitate. Many times, celebrities set the trends that the rest of us try to follow.
Nothing can measure up to the forever appealing beauty of Black hair. Due to the versatility of the black hair style and black hair in general, ethnic hair styles include some of the most elaborate and beautiful hair creations to be found among fashion-conscious people today.
There are styles for every face shape and every personality. From straight and sleek, to curly and wavy, to bobs and braids, to cornrows and dreadlocks, there is something for everyone – and celebrities wear them all.
Why do we tend to emulate celebrity hairstyles? Because celebrities seem to have the most amazing hair that is always perfect. We rarely see them having a bad hair day. So, when we notice them wearing a fabulous style, we often become inspired to change our own style. Sometimes they inspire us to project a more professional image for work, and other times, they inspire us just to make a change. Try something different.
If you want to change your current style and are not sure what you want, you can begin by looking in magazines or on the internet at various celebrity hair styles. Once thing to keep in mind when choosing a hairstyle, however, is that it's all about the shape of your face. According to www.motionshair.com, your hairstyle can accentuate the natural lines and curves of your chin, cheek bones, eyes, and forehead. For a hairstyle that looks good on you, you should choose bangs, layers, height or roundness in a style that brings out the natural beauty of your face.
Listed below are a few tips from www.motionshair.com, to consider when selecting the right do for your face:
• Oval shaped face – avoid wearing too much hair on your face
• Heart shaped face – avoid pulling all of your hair back
• Pear shaped face – avoid full, long styles that emphasize jaw line and too much height at the crown of your head
• Round shaped face – avoid pulled back styles without any hair touching your face, as well as styles that add width to the side of your face and straight bangs that shorten your face
• Square shaped face – avoid straight, flat bangs
• Long shaped face – avoid styles with a lot of height at the crown of your head, as well as center parts