Vote! Natural vs. Hair Extensions
“I wouldn’t be able to create such different looks if it weren’t for extensions,” says Ken Paves, the Desperate Housewife’s stylist, about the actress’s ever-changing hair.
She’s done black, she’s done platinum – and now the singer is doing ultra-long with tresses from sister Jessica’s upcoming line of extensions.
Barton took a short break from her signature long locks, stopping by a Beverly Hills salon to dye her shoulder-length hair brown. Then voila! The next day, they were back.
She’s a fashion experimentalist – and a hair adventurer, going from sleek and sideswept to cascading waves.
The Just My Luck actress transformed herself from a short-haired pixie on TV’s The O.C. to a movie star with voluminous waves.
“I feel more like myself when I have my hair short. (But) the long hair has been a fun departure,” says Halle Berry of her enhanced locks.
“You can change your look for the night and not have your hair damaged,” says Knightley’s stylist Adir about using clip-on extensions on the Pirates of the Caribbean actress.
What does the R&B singer love about sporting extensions? Having “the style without the commitment,” she says.
The singer showed off her curly bob at a New Jersey Nets game with beau Jay-Z (left). Twelve days later, she sat courtside again – this time with long and straight tresses.
“They look so real, so fabulous,” says the American Idol star about the extensions she began wearing on the show. In fact, she liked them so much, she’s kept them.