Farrah Lynn Abraham (born May 31, 1991) is an American reality television personality. Born in Omaha, Nebraska, and raised in Council Bluffs, Iowa, her father is of Syrian and Italian descent, and her mother is of Danish and Sicilian ancestry.
Her background and genetics explain Farrah Abraham's hair color, type and texture.
Whether you like Farrah's life choices or role on 16 and Pregnant in 2009, she is considered by many to be the most striking of the four reality TV series moms.
In some ways she's also considered to have had the most tragic pregnancy since the father of her baby, Derek Underwood, died while she was in her eight month of pregnancy.
Farrah, a high school cheerleader, had started dating Underwood in 2006, becoming pregnant in 2008.
From 16 and Pregnant Farrah Abraham appeared in the spin-off series Teen Mom for four seasons until its conclusion in 2012.
Farrah has historically worn her dark brunette hair in a variety of long, lush hairstyles in all of the 16 and Pregnant related shows.
Once she transitioned from her role as a reality TV mom to an exotic dancer and adult film star, she continued to opt for more sensual hairstyles.
In 2015 before she appeared with Amber, Catelynn, and Maci on Teen Mom OG in March, she was photographed with lighter tresses, even transitioning towards a honey blonde.
Although Farrah's pregnancy involved the tragic death of her boyfriend, it launched her along with Amber, Catelynn and Maci into reality stardom.
It also opened the door for more financial opportunities than she might have experienced without the shows.
Farrah more often than not wears her hair in textured styles with waves or curls.
Her face shape appears to be long and her side-swept fringe creates a softening frame.
Some fans and critics have compared Farrah to Kim Kardashian who launched her mega million dollar career with a leaked sex tape.
Farrah also has dark lush locks just like Kim. Could it be that Farrah is molding her career after the most famous Kardashian?
Farrah's been known to capture all eyes of the media at Red Carpet events. Her long dark chocolate brown hair was more often than not worn down in beautiful shiny waves and curls.
Long Wavy Hair Cut: Farrah's hair is cut in a series of very long slightly graduated layers.
Hairstyle Works Best For: All hair types from naturally straight to wavy and curly. Ideally hair has some natural wave for easier styling.
Hair How To: Farrah's side parted long lush brunette hair appears to have the hint of natural waves. Depending on the event she’s attending, she accentuates her waves with a curling iron.
1. Wet cleanse detangled hair in lukewarm water with a diluted shampoo, no poo or similar formula. Rinse well.2. Apply a rinse-out conditioner designed for your hair type, texture and current condition. Use a wide tooth comb to detangle in the shower from the ends up to the roots.
3. Rinse conditioner from strands.
4. Finish with a cool or cold water rinse to seal hair cuticle and add shine.5. Towel or t-shirt blot to remove excess moisture.
6. Apply styling cocktail which might include, but not be limited to leave-in conditioner, detangled, defrisant, mousse and/or gel.
Note: Use a styling cocktail with products which are designed for your hair type, texture and length. If your hair tends to frizz be sure to include a defrisant.
If hair is naturally curly or coily, dry hair straight using a round or boar bristle brush. Use fingers to hold sections tautly out from the head to remove all moisture and eliminate the risk of frizz.
Note: To create a more natural wavy hairstyle, try utilizing different-sized curling iron barrels. This will provide a range of waves and curls along the perimeter.
The great thing about Farrah's hair is that it looks great whether she’s wearing it down in loose waves cascading off her side part or worn pulled back off her face.Farrah Abraham's hair is part of her signature look as a reality TV star. Her hair always looks beautifully styled and with appropriate texture.
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