Amanda Bynes (born April 3, 1986) recently received a nod along with John Travolta, Nikki Blonsky and Zac Efron for their Hairspray hairstyles in a list of the 15-unforgettable-big-screen-hairstyles by ChicagoNow.com.
If you saw the film you know Amanda rocked some really big hair. Afterall, the movie was set in the 60s. The What I Like About You star's big hairstyles were the lead-in to a CosmoGirl feature in 2007 in conjunction with the release of the famous musical.
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During her chat with CosmoGirl Amanda revealed one of her biggest hair secrets. The natural brunette who often showcases buttery blonde tresses confessed hair accessories are her go-go hair trick.
Amanda said "I like wearing a headband or a jeweled hairclip because it's an easy way to update my everyday look without changing it too much."
CosmoGirl featured a shot of the Hairspray co-star wearing a stunning sequined headband "like a crown" secured with hidden "bobby pins" and nestled over a sexy tousled hairstyle with lots of lush volume and attitude.
The actress who recently created media buzz with the announcement of her retirement from acting on Twitter is also winning lots of attention for her current co-starring role with Emma Stone in the 2010 film, Easy A.
To the relief of her many dedicated fans Amanda reversed her decision to retire from acting just a little more than a month after her original announcement.
Amanda's Hair Secrets
The native California girl literally grew up on the screen. She started acting at the tender age of seven. During her many different roles on stage, TV and in film the star's hair has been under the scrutiny of the media.
Listed below are some of the most common hair facts and secrets of the lovely Amanda:
1. Her natural born hair color is a medium brown. 2. Depending on her various film roles Amanda's hair has transitioned through different hair hues including an array of blonde, brunette and red shades. 3. Amanda often enhances her natural hair with extensions for longer length and more volume.
4. The sassy star prefers to wear her usually long strands cascading from a center or off-center part. 5. Amanda rarely wears bangs although she may adopt a barely-there side-swept for some hair events. 6. The actress appears to love to pull her hair completely off her face and rock an array of sexy ponytails. 7. Amanda prefers to wear her mostly straight hair down either hot ironed straight or with loose curls scattered throughout the perimeter. 8. The actress has a heart shaped face with a prominent chin which may explain her ongoing trend for wearing her hair several inches below the shoulder. 9. Amanda has been spotted leaving the Neil George salon in Beverly Hills with newly created white blonde highlights. 10. Hairstylist Kristen Ess, who counts Amanda Bynes as a chair client likes to add a few accessories, such as a pair of narrow headbands, to make Amanda's hair more playful. 11. Amanda has also had her hair colored by famous celebrity colorist Negin Zand who is known for her natural approach to hair color and for her work with Balayge. Amanda's luscious blonde hues have also been credited to celebrity hair colorist Michael Canale who has a famous salon in Beverly Hills. 12. She has also consulted and worked with International hairstylist Gordana Willesee as well as Courtney M. Benedetti.
As Amanda Bynes move towards her mid-20s she has worked to throw off her goody-two shoes image and created major steam in a Maxim photo shoot. She also is taking on more edgy acting roles.
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- Revised Date: 04/23/11
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