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Jenna Elfman Magnificent Medium Length Bob Hairstyle

Jenna Elfman born Jennifer Mary Butala on September 30, 1971 in Los Angeles, California is famous for her brilliant portrayal of Dharma Finklestein Montgomery from 1997-2002 (119 episodes).

(Image of Jenna Elfman - CBS New Season Premiere Part - September 16, 2009 - DailyCeleb.com - All Rights Reserved).

Since her Golden Globe award winning role as Dharma the actress has gone on to appear in a range of TV, movie and Broadway roles. She returns to a new comedy show in the Fall of 2009 on CBS in Accidentally On Purpose.

Jenna has transitioned through a range of hair lengths, styles, colors and textures since her time as the wild, crazy Dharma.

Bright Blonde Bob - September 2009

On September 19th, 2009,  Jenna appeared on the Red Carpet to celebrate the new CBS season.  Her bright, sunny shimmering highlighted and lowlighted blonde tresses were coiffed into a stunning medium length layered bob hairstyle showcasing hints of natural texutre.   Jenna's face was framed with a beautiful blunt forehead hugging fringe which made her eyes pop.  The cut drapes neatly above her eyes.

Jenna rocked a rich golden base hair hue interwoven with an array of lighter platinum blonde highlights and darker honey blonde low lights.  The combination of the highlights and low lights intertwined throughout the beautifully created base provides dimension, depth and lush movement.

(Image of Jenna Elfman - Entertainment Weekly And Women In Film Pre-Emmy Party - September 17, 2009 - DailyCeleb.com - All Rights Reserved).

Jenna's style is very balanced and can be chiseled to highlight cheekbones, minimize jawlines or flatter a longer forehead.

This medium length bob hairstyle works wonderfully for everyone since it can be easily adjusted to flatter every imaginable age, type of face and body shape.  The bob can be worn slightly longer or shorter with varying degrees of layers and choppiness.

Although this hairstyle works best for hair that is medium in thickness and naturally straight to slightly wavy, it can be styled to look great on hair which is fine, extra thick or naturally curly.

Depending on your hair length (ear, chin or shoulder grazing), hair type (thin, medium, thick) and texture (straight, wavy, curly, kinky) you can play with styling this medium length bob in a variety of ways from air-drying to blow drying.

How To Style Jenna's Bob Hairstyle

1.  Start with a visit to your hairdresser equipped with a large photo of Jenna's sleek bob hairstyle.  Discuss your options for choppy layers like Jenna's.  Depending on your face and eye shape evaluate fringe styles. Once you have selected the best length, cut shape and fringe for you, follow the rest of the steps to style.

(Image of Jenna Elfman - CBS New Season Premiere Part - September 16, 2009 - DailyCeleb.com - All Rights Reserved).

Note: This bob style can look spectacular with a range of fringe designs from blunt to side-swept.  It can also be worn fringe free.

2.  Cleanse your tresses with a product designed for your hair type, texture and current condition.

3.  Finish with a leave-in conditioner and cool/cold water rinse to encourage softness, shine and shimmer.

4.  Towel blot to remove excess moisture.

5.  Apply a conditioning/styling product cocktail consisting of a leave-in conditioner, defrisant and/or styling mousse or straightening gel.

6.  Detangle strands starting at the ends and working up through the roots.  If you wish to encourage additional volume apply a volumizing product along the crown and top of the scalp.  Create a desired part and blow dry fringe as desired.

7.  Separate hair into two inch sections.  Blow dry using a medium barrel round brush and a blow dryer with a concentrator nozzle.  If you prefer a more natural texture, allow hair to air-dry 75% and then finish drying by finger tousling with a blow dryer or experiment with a long finger diffuser for more.

(Image of Jenna Elfman - Entertainment Weekly And Women In Film Pre-Emmy Party - September 17, 2009 - DailyCeleb.com - All Rights Reserved).

Note: You can experiment by blow drying your tresses with a vent brush.  Lift individual sections of hair at the root to build in extra lift and volume. Gently smooth the length of the strands straight.

8.  After hair is 100% dry apply a styling cream to the palms of your hands.  Distribute cream to your fingers.  Finger pick and rake your fingers downwards through your finished hairstyle to create flow and definition.

9.  Apply a few drops of shine serum, spray or similar product to the palms of your hands.  Massage well and then gently brush off the top of your strands. 

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