Anyone who understands the existence of vampires knows that they never really change their appearance.
They might change up their fashions to fit into whatever century they happen to be hanging out in, but their hair, skin, body and age never changes.
Ashley's Hair In Breaking Dawn Part I
With that fact in mind, it's no surprise that Ashley Greene who plays Alice Cullen in The Twilight films (Twilight, New Moon, Eclipse) will be rocking her perpetual short brunette pixie hairstyle in the highly anticipated Twilight: Breaking Dawn - Part I due to be released in films on November 18th
Although Ashley may still love portraying the adorable Alice, she has been open about how her short pixie eternal vampire hairstyle has it's challenges.
Ashley's Hair Off Screen
Off-screen Ashley has long and relatively thick hair which makes it awkward to easily fit underneath Alice's pixie wigs. As a result of her wig challenges in the past, Ashley has cut her long hair so that it was easier to wear the wigs and look authentic.
In between filming of the various Twilight films she has worn in her in a variety of length, even going with long hair extensions in 2009 to give her formerly short hair a longer, looser and sexier look.
How To Style Fat Bottom Bobs
The key to styling a fat bottom bob is to create balanced volume throughout the roots and extend that body and fullness down to the roots.
The bottom of the bob should ideally be infused with soft waves and curls.
1. Start by amping up the volume from the roots to the ends. Begin by cleansing detangled tresses in lukewarm water with a volume enhancing shampoo or similar formula.
If your hair is highlighted or colored you may wish to opt for a gentle color maintenance formula or an alternative cleansing method such as Diluted Shampoo (DS), Conditioner Only Wash (CO Wash), Water Only (WO) or Low Poo.
2. Blow-dry damp strands without a nozzle. As you dry hair tousle it with your fingers which roughs up the cuticle adding volume and body.
Lift individual roots and direct air from the blow dryer up the shaft from the ends towards the roots.
3. After hair is 100% dry use a comb with a long tail end and create the desired part. Ideally the part should be a side part to help maintain a balanced look. The goal is to avoid completely flat roots.
4. Once the part is created separate all of the hair into 2" horizontal sections.
Use a 1" or 1 1/2" curling iron and curl individual sections around the head.
After each section is curled release from the iron and then roll the curl around the fingers to reform. Pin against the scalp. Allow the hair to cool and set in the curls.
5. Unpin each section. Arrange and tousle with fingers. For extra volume throughout the roots use a boar bristle brush and backcomb throughout the roots.
Smooth and then arrange waves and curls throughout the bottom for the finished look.
6. Finish by spritzing with a light spray to keep hair light, flirty and bob-a-licious.
Watch for the fat bottom bob to become all the rage.
Not only does it give more life to the traditional bob but it can be customized with an array of textures to create an array of hairstyles.
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- Revised Date: 10/16/11