|Original Publication Date: 12/03/09
Deborah "Debi"(Muad bahroon) Mazar was born August 13, 1964.
Debi is an American actress who is generally known for her trademark Jersey Girl-type appearances, and as edgy, sharp-tongued women in independent films. She is known for her Raven black hair and exotic hairstyles which change with her moods and her fashions.
Many know her from her recurring role on HBO's Entourage as the foul mouthed, no nonsense Shauna Roberts.
Note: For more hairstyle details of the women on Entourage check out Celebrity Women's Hairstyles - Women Of Entourage - How To Flaunt Their Styles
Her acting career took off when she played Denise Iannello for 36 episodes on "Civil Wars".
She was saved when Civil Wars was cancelled by being offered a job continuing as the character of Denise Ianello on LA Law for 21 episodes from 1993 to 1994.
Over the years Debi has made guest starring appearances in famous TV shows including Providence, 7th Heaven, The Practice, NYPD Blue, Ghost Whisperer and Ugly Betty. She appeared on several episodes of Entourage from 2004 - 2007.
Recently fans saw a different side of her in ABC's Dancing With The Stars. Debi was partnered with Professional Dancer Maksim Chmerkovskiy. She was eliminated in the 3rd week of the competition.
Flaunting Debi Mazur's Hairstyle
Debi Mazur wears her hair in a variety of different hairstyles ranging from a classic bob to pulled back completely off her face and clipped mid-back in a half up/half down classic styles.
She regularly wears it pulled off her face in order to show off her spectacular eyes, skin tone and lips.
Complete the following steps listed below to copy and flaunt her hairstyle:
Step 2: Towel blot strands. Do not rub wet hair which is more fragile and can break. Detangle strands from the ends to the roots.
Step 3: Apply your favorite texture enhancing mousse or styling cream. Distribute from the top of the ears to the ends. Distribute well. If you prefer, mix with a good leave-in conditioner for super shine and softness.
To protect against blow drying heat and add body distribute a leave-in conditioner, mousse or gel from the top of the ears to the ends. Distribute well.
Step 4: Use a long finger diffuser attached to a blow dryer to encourage natural wave formation. Working from side to side and separating hair into 2" sections, let the damp tresses nestle into the bottom of the diffuser letting the air flow naturally dry the hair.
Step 5: When hair is completely dry separate into 2" sections and roll with medium to large sized electric rollers.
Let rollers cool in the hair. Remove and arrange new waves with fingers. Use a medium barrel curling iron to touch up any sections that are still flat or to roll ends under.
Step 7: Apply a tiny drop of shine serum, drops or spray into the palms of your hands. Lightly brush the palms over the top of your style and you are ready to rock.
Shine products to try: Phyto - PhytoLisse (Formerly Phytodefrisant RelaxSerum)
Step 8: If desired add barrettes, headbands or other hair clips. Debi is a fan of barrettes which match the color her her hair.
In early December of 2009 the raven haired beauty appeared on The Bonnie Hunt talk show. During her time chatting with her friend Bonnie, who she co-starred with in the film Beethoven 2, the actress confessed she planned to move her permanent residence to Italy.
Note: To read Debi's entire interview with Bonnie Hunt read Debi Mazar Shares Plans To Move Family To Italy.
Why? Her handsome husband is Italian and she love the idea of giving her two young daughters the opportunity to experience a new way of life.
The actress has no plans of leaving her long time role on HBO's Entourage and told Bonnie she could easily fly back to the States for any acting gigs.
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Original Publication Date: 12/03/09
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