Top 10 celebrity hairstyles of 2008 – Celebs who like to leave it long!

In 2008 we saw alot of celebrities rocking the lustrous long locks at many events! Tyra Banks loves her long hair and we do too! Gorgeous long tresses and long hairstyles in general can be difficult or alot of work to maintain but well worth it!

Nicole Kidman is another beautiful celebrity who has worn many long hairstyles this year! Long hairstyles are sexy, sleek and beautiful when done right. Long hairstyles are great for sexy hairstyles, as we have seen all year many women also sporting them at elegant events, clubs, and general outings.

Long hair offer different hairstyle options and gives a definition to the face. Long hair is extremely fragile and needs intensive care in form of shampooing, conditioning, styling, and coloring . It works on any occasions on any faces. Before going for a style it is important to choose one that goes with ones personality, lifestyle, shape, texture, hair density, and skin tone.

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Top 10 Celebrity Hairstyles of 2008 – Celebs who like The Beehive

December 29, 2008  |  Top 10 Hairstyles of 2008  |  1 Comment

In 2008 courtesy of Amy Winehouse we saw allot of different versions and heights of the classic Beehive hairstyle! Above is sexy Beyonce with her high and very neat version of the “do” while at the 2008 Kennedy Center Honors in Washington DC.

Amy Winehouse in 2007 started this phase of extremely high updo’s. Of course this is a photo of her much much healthier days.

We also saw celebrities sport the beehive-esque hairstyles such as Mariska Hargitay, Aubrey O’Day and Mena Suvari to name just a few!

In general I would say this hairstyle is #10 on my list because of creativity and the versatility that goes with it!

The beehive is a woman’s hairstyle that resembles a beehive; it is also known as the B-52, for its similarity to the bulbous nose of the B-52 Stratofortress bomber. It originated in the USA in 1958 as one of a variety of elaborately teased and lacquered versions of “big hair” that developed from earlier pageboy and bouffant styles. The beehive style was highly popular throughout the 1960s, particularly in the United States and other Western countries, and remains an enduring symbol of 1960s kitsch

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