Jessica Alba Hairstyles
Date: 2011-12-10: Jessica Alba hairstyles are considered to be long hair which is achieved by a perm, as well as curling your hair in certain parts. While this is not only considered a hairstyle "created" by her, (because it has obviously been done by many, many others before her), she is what people commonly refer to when getting their hair cut or styled. There is a difference between her hair and simply curling your hair to try and match it, because there is a lot more to be done when trying to imitate her hair.
First off, it is believed that she actually dyes her hair to be a lighter color. In addition to this, she only curls certain parts of her hair, (usually at the very end of her style, where the length ends). This is commonly referred to as teasing your hair, but it's different than when you're trying to stand it up. This basically means to only curl certain parts of your hair, not at certain lengths but at certain widths.
For instance, if you curl your hair in one layer, you don't curl it in the next. It is best to curl the outside layer, because if you curl the inside layer it can conflict with the outside of your hair, and make it poke out. This can make it look messy and unorganized, and of course you're trying to do the exact opposite of that. In addition, there are a lot of products that you're going to want to look at, to make sure that your hair doesn't frizz up or appear unkempt. With this hairstyle, it is very easy for something like that to happen.
The hair length that you'll need to attempt this hairstyle will be a little bit below your chest, but not by much. This should give you enough length to imitate it, but at the same time give it your own little spin. Copying a hairstyle can come off as being a little cliche, especially when you're trying to copy the style of someone famous. Not only does them being famous make it come off as being a little pretentious, but the Jessica Alba hairstyle is also an overused hairstyle in general.
To sum it all up, you should think about finding out what hair products she uses specifically when trying to attempt this. It can come out a little bit odd looking if you don't correctly copy it, and it will definitely end up being one of the harder hairstyles to master if you don't follow it down to the letter. All in all, the Jessica Alba style is a great way to go if your hair is medium length, and you're willing to put a little bit of time and effort in to making it look right.