This Week in Celebrity Hair News
by SHOPIFY API / NOV 29, 2012
The girl who left the nation in shock when she was voted off X Factor has been stirring up some controversy with interviews she has given to gossip magazines following her dramatic exit. Ella Henderson has appeared in the pages of LOOK magazine looking ultra glamorous and groomed as she spills the dirt on her feelings for Union J contestant Josh, admitting they are both ‘very close’.
The star sported a slinky sequin dress which gave the photoshoot a festive feel and clung to her curves in all the right places. Her hair was in a side parting, a look which is guaranteed to flatter and in loose ringlets which had been brushed out to give a more natural finish. Ella’s makeup featured a heavily lined eye with feline flicks and glowing skin, the result of highlighter. To achieve a similar look, tong your extensions the night before you want to wear them, and brush them out after you have clipped them in. To achieve Ella’s glowing skin, use a highlighted such as Benefit’s ‘High Beam’.
Rita Ora has been spotted looking fabulous as usual whilst celebrating her 22nd birthday in style along with rapper Tinie Tempah and supermodel Cara Delevigne. The star celebrated by attending a Big Sean gig at the o2 arena and later joining him backstage for an after party. The star who is known for her bizarre fashion taste didn’t disappoint fans with her elaborate and strange outfit. Rita’s blonde hair (or wig) was straight which made a change from her usual style of a side parting with ringlets and large roots. She was also sporting a blunt fringe and her hair looked freshly dyed in a brassy yellow tone which contrasted with her bright red lips. She sported a loose fitting sequinned loose dress and a large fur coat, accessorised with some trainers which looked similar to hiking footwear.
Both Rita and Cara, who currently model for Burberry, took to their Twitter accounts to chronicle the evening. Rita was in high spirits as not only was it her birthday, but she has also just landed her first big movie role in the upcoming Fast and Furious 6. She reportedly took over the role from Rihanna, who was cast the role originally but had to pull out due to her busy schedule.
She has acquired a reputation as a serial fashion criminal, so it was no surprise when Chelsee Healey stepped out on Monday evening wearing something which looked as if it had come straight from the Strictly Come Dancing costume wardrobe. The 24 year old actress showed off her impressive curves as she attended DSTRKT nightclub in a gunmetal jumpsuit covered in sequins. Chelsee teamed the outfit with an oversized clutch and had her glossy brunette extensions flowing in loose curls over her shoulders. Chelsee ensured a super glam look by wearing her trademark fake lashes which really open her eyes.
Actresses flocked out looking gorgeous for the 22nd Annual Gotham Independent Film Awards at Cipriani on Wall Street in New York on Monday night. Emily Blunt showed off her incredibly toned figure in a white Calvin Klein dress which featured cut out details along the sides. This peekaboo style gave fans a glimpse of her washboard abs and toned biceps.
The 29 year old beauty appeared to have had some honey coloured highlights through her naturally dark hair, giving her a more summery feel. Her hair was in a side parting and slicked back in a neat chignon. Small wisps of hair falling loose around the stars face made the look feminine and delicate, complementing the pretty dress.
Flame haired Amy Adams was also in attendance at the prestigious awards and went for a more classically glamourous look, whilst also donning a strapless ensemble. The 38 year old beauty looked stunning in a Giorgio Armani number which featured origami folds at the bust and a velvet skirt. Letting her gorgeous dress do the talking, the star opted for minimal accessories, wearing just diamond cluster earrings and black platforms. Other guests included Agyness Deyn and a pregnant Lara Stone who proudly displayed her growing baby bump in a fitted scarlet dress.