Fashionable, but in own style. This way we think every single person must to look like. There are few people i the world of actors that can has this personal presence. I believe you will agree with our choice repeat in some way the choice of Harper’s Bazaar for the most favorite haircuts 2013.
The Cut: “This really is a buzzed style you tend to see on boys,” says Theron’s hairstylist Enzo Angileri. “Because it’s so easy to wear, Charlize and I have been referring to it as ‘freedom.’” The crop—which is closely shorn to the head all around, with slight volume on top—stays feminine thanks to delicate tapering at the sideburns and nape.
What You Should Know: “Bright, dimensional hair color makes the cut more interesting,” says Angileri. “And I have to be honest—it looks best on a woman with a gorgeous, proportional body.”
The Cut: A below-the-chin A-line bob with an asymmetrical flare thanks to a deep side part.
What You Should Know: A cut this graphic takes some dedication to styling. If your hair isn’t naturally silky straight, be prepared to dry and flat-iron a few times a week. That way the sharp lines of the crop take centerstage.
The Cut: Look closely at Stone’s bangs. While at first glance they appear straight-across, they’re actually rounded at the edges to frame the star’s face. As for the layers, her hairstylist Mara Roszak says blending is key. “The shortest layer is chin-length around the whole head. Then I cut into the hair with the tip of my scissors to blend the layers, keeping it nice a full at the bottom.”
What You Should Know: Roszak warns that when it comes to layering around the face, less is more: “I like the hair to lay softly and naturally without any choppiness. As a rule of thumb, I cut the shortest layer one half to one full inch under the chin.”
The Cut: The beauty of this sleek style is in its simplicity. “Amanda’s hair is one length with long layers,” says her hairstylist Jenny Cho.
What You Should Know: “If your hair is going to be this long, it has to be healthy too,” says Cho, so plan on weekly deep conditioning treatments. She also adds that while the cut would suit an oval face best, it can be modified with additional layers and angling to accommodate other shapes, too.