Sunday, November 17, 2019
Hairstyle

Heidi Klum hairstyles: luscious cover model

Popular Heidi Klum Hairstyles:

Sexy Layers

At the US Weekly magazine’s Hot Hollywood 2008 Party Beso, Heidi cut her sexy layers from a medium length to lighten the edges and shape the back and sides. In the style, she trimmed the front layers by slicing a bit to frame the sides of her face perfectly. Giving a finishing touch, the bangs were added to compliment her overall look.

Sensational Bun

You must have observed that Heidi walked the red carpet as if she owned it. She’s an eye catcher at most of the red carpet events she attends. In most cases, her elegant red dress with her hair pulled in simple but sensational bun up-style mesmerized everybody around her.

Long Angled Layers

At the 12th Annual Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show, Heidi was simply shone in one of her greatest hairdos. For the style, she trimmed her hair in a fun wavy way where the long angled layers were cut around the sides and back. It added height around the crown and shape to the waves. For those having medium to thick hair types this style is indeed one of the best options.

Soft Jagged Layers

This is one of the most famous of Heidi Klum Hairstyles and is easy to recreate. In the style, she trims her soft jagged layers cutting throughout the back portion and sides up to a medium length. Then it is blended down to the ends that are left to sit below the collarbone. The top layers are used to give the style volume. This style is a great option for those having a round face.

Volume and Bounce

Featuring plenty of attitude Heidi’s short to long layers are cut through her back and sides to give this style volume and bounce. In the style, the supermodel trims her side layers cutting from mid face tapering down the contours of her face. This hairstyle is the perfect option for late night parties and dinners.

Luscious Blonde style

The stunning Victoria’s Secret model always looks amazing in her long blonde hairstyle. For the cut, she trims her luscious blonde locks long. Then she adds full jagged layers around her side and back sections to create the soft feathered style. People having medium to thick hair types will find this one of the best options.

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