Friday, 29 June 2012

Made in Chelsea Hairstyles: The Girls

I love Made in Chelsea a ridiculous amount. I am completely addicted. Since I watch it so much I thought I would do some reviews of the hairstyles in the show. Here is part one: the girls!

(To read Part 2: the Boys click here!)

1. Caggie Dunlop
 So although she left the show this series, she will always be my favorite cast member. Her hair is beautiful and although I suspect it is probably dyed, looks very natural and not at all fake Her hair is quite layered with the longest being about APL length and the shortest at chin length. This helps give her hair more volume and movement. Naturally it hangs with a slight wave as show in the picture but it also looks good when curled.

2. Gabriella Ellis

  I'm actually a fan of dip dyed hair but even I have limits. What was she thinking. In the first photo she looks like someone has attacked her hair with felt-fit pens and in the second like a wicked witch about to fly away on her broomstick back to crazy land. You have to admire her for being so creative and interesting with her hair, it does match her personality: completely crazy, loud and over the top. However, it is, well, ridiculous. 

3. Cheska Hull

So Cheska's hair is more obviously dyed blonde and throughout the show she does often have noticeable roots which is a major pet peeve of mine. However, I do admit that the blonde suits her. I like her hair as it is shown in the picture with a slight wave to it. In some episodes she has it much more curly looking slightly like a poodle. The waves are much nicer.

4. Millie Mackintosh
Millie's hair is a good example of how a very simple style can look stylish and expensive. She wears her hair either straight as shown above or curled into loose waves.  Its also nice to see she has kept her natural colour of dark blonde

5. Rosie Fortescue
 Rosie's hair is long and all in one layer. It lacks volume and lies quite flat against her head. She wears it either completely straight or in loose waves as shown in the photo.

Mostly, it seems the way to copy the expensive Chelsea look is to keep it simple. Hair is sleek and glossy with long layers and usually a centre parting, styles with fringes are not usually worn in the show. Ignoring Gabriella, the most important point is to keep hair looking natural and healthy.

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