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Nancy O’Dell

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Face Shape: Heart.
Color: Golden Mocha Brown with Light Golden Honey Highlights
Cut: Beyond middle-of-the-back length, with a front angel starting at the nose followed by long progressive layers.
Why it works: The voluptuous waves swinging away from her cheekbones creates a beautiful silhouette of her fabulous heart-shaped face. The extreme, long hair is what adds drama to this shape.
To style: For fine to medium hair, use David’s “Secret Egg Formula”– a dollop of David Groshen Gel Mousse with a dot of David Groshen Orange Stuff. For medium to coarse hair just use Orange Stuff.
Preset the center part while the hair is wet. Use a medium round boar bristle brush maintaining the root direction. Pull and stretch the front fringe down and across, making sure that the wave flows just above the cheekbones. Finish drying the remainder of the hair with a large round boar bristle brush. Use a 2-inch round iron in the bottom 2/3’s of the longer strands of hair to create the soft wave. Separate with David Groshen Hair Polish. If necessary, use Waxed Out to hold and maintain the direction.

Megan Fox

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Face Shape: Oval.
Color: Boysenberry with a hint of bordeaux.
Cut: Beyond middle-of-the-back length with the front angle starting well below the chin and a hint of layering.
Why it works: This sultry, sexy style is set by over-directing the hair back, creating a completely asymmetric shape – one side completely sleek, exposing her fabulous features; the other side showcasing gorgeous, wavy hair.
To style: This style is for those with beyond middle-of-the-back length hair or it is a visit for extensions. For fine hair, use David Groshen Gel Mousse. For medium hair, use David Groshen’s “Egg Formula.” For coarse hair, use David Groshen Orange Stuff.Preset the off-center part while the hair is wet. Use a medium round boar bristle brush to dry the hair, paying special attention to the direction of the hair around the hair line and part. Pulling the hair as sleek and tight on the backside is extremely important here. Use a large 1 ½ to 2-inch round iron through the bottom 2/3’s of each strand, making sure not to go any higher than the end of the first wave.

Ginnifer Goodwin

Celebrity Hairstyles - Ginnifer Goodwin

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Face Shape: Heart shaped face.
Color: Dark chestnut with dark auburn highlights.
Cut: Long, short haircut. Long top with tapered deconstructed sides and back, creating the sleekness and movement.
Why it works: The a-symmetric shape allows an open forehead and long, flowing fringe with the front swoop cascading just across the cheekbone. The color helps separate and define the movement, making the layers visible where in solidly dark hair they might disappear.
To style: For fine to medium hair, use David Groshen Medium Gel. For medium to coarse hair, use David Groshen’s “Secret Egg Formula.” For very coarse hair, use only Orange Stuff.

Preset the part on the side while the hair is wet. Create a back direction at the top of the crown. Blow dry the hair using as large of a brush as you can while still controlling the hair (you need to get the hair onto 2/3’s of the brush to have this type of control). This way, you can pull the sides and nape down as straight as possible. At the top of the crown, lift the root to create your height, blending it into the shorter lengths at the bottom. This is where your sculpting comes into play. You have to watch the style while it is drying. Pull the front fringe down and across to create a sleekness and straightness to this area. Use a flat iron if necessary for the shape. Finish off your look with David Groshen Waxed Out. Apply a small amount to the hand, rub hands together until you create an even distribution through your hands. Smooth, separate, and create a delicate hold while necessary.


Selena Gomez

Celebrity Hairstyles - Selena Gomez

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Face Shape: Heart.
Hair Texture: Medium to coarse and wavy.
Cut: Collarbone length with the front angle starting below the chin. Progressive layers through the bottom.
Why it works: The slightly off-center part, and the waves that fall gently to each side of the part, frame Selena’s beautiful features.
To style: For medium to coarse hair, use David Groshen’s “Secret Egg Formula.” For coarse hair, use only Orange Stuff.

Preset the slightly off-center part while the hair is wet. Use a medium to large round boar bristle brush, making sure to maintain your preset part direction. Allow each section to cool completely before you remove it from the brush. This might be enough, but to make sure, have your favorite 1 ½-inch round iron hot and ready. Curl each section through the bottom 2/3’s to create this lively, large wave pattern. Use David Groshen Hair Polish to separate the waves and eliminate any unwanted fly-aways.


Rachel McAdams

Celebrity Hairstyles - Rachel McAdams

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Face Shape: Square to heart.
Hair Texture: Fine to medium with a slight wave.
Cut: Cut at the top of the shoulder, front fringe starting at the bridge of the nose. Blended through the sides with long, progressive layers, using the front fringe as a starting place.
Why it works: The diagonal side part and swooping wave that flows from it cascades beautifully across Rachel’s cheekbones and blends into soft, large waves.
To style: For fine to medium hair, use David Groshen Medium Gel. For medium to coarse hair, use David Groshen’s “Secret Egg Formula.” For coarse hair, use only Orange Stuff. For extremely fine hair, spray David Groshen Texture Rising at the roots.

Preset the side part while the hair is wet. Use a small to medium round boar bristle brush, lift, bend and stretch the bangs, watching to make sure to create just the right “swoop”. Use the same brush through the rest of the hair, allowing each section to cool while still on the brush. This might leave you with enough wave, but probably not. Use a 1 ¼-inch round iron through the bottom 2/3’s of each strand to create this big, beautiful wave pattern. Separate with David Grosen Hair Polish and use a blast of David Groshen Finishing Spray to hold this style.


Lisa Rinna

Celebrity Hairstyles - Lisa Rinna

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Face Shape: Square to heart.
Hair Texture: Medium to course with a wave.
Cut: Cut at the top of the shoulders in the back, with the front fringe starting at the nose, blended in the back using a heavy texturing technique. Use the length at the front fringe as a guide for the layers at the top, making sure to use only a texturing cutting technique.
Why it works: The soft fringe into the swooping side wave falls beautifully across Lisa’s sculpted cheekbones.
To style: For fine to medium hair, use David Groshen Medium Gel. For medium to coarse hair, use David Groshen’s “Secret Egg Formula.” For coarse hair, just use Orange Stuff. For extremely fine hair, spray David Groshen Texture Rising at the roots.

Use a medium to small round boar bristle brush with the “lift, bend, and stretch” technique through the top and sides. Style the hair at the back with an upward flip. For those with coarse hair, don’t be afraid to use a flat iron to smooth the ends. Take a small amount of David Groshen’s Waxed Out and spread completely in your hands, then apply through the bottom of the style to create separation and texture. Pinch the pieces gently in the front to create the openness in the front fringe.


Kristen Stewart

Celebrity Hairstyles - Kristen Stewart

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Face Shape: Heart with a square jawline.
Hair Texture: Medium to fine with a wave.
Cut: Beyond the collarbone, front angle starting below the nose. Long, progressive layers.
Why it works: This beautiful Victorian style uses soft, tendril waves to accent Kristin’s beautiful features.
To style: For fine to medium hair, texturize on the roots. For coarse hair, use David’s “Secret Egg Formula.”

Use a vent brush to pull and extend the hair at a 90 degree angle from the scalp. This will create a fullness in volume necessary for this shape. Continue this technique throughout the head. Use a 1 ¼-inch round iron through small sections of hair to create these soft, bouncy waves. Separate with David Groshen Hair Polish. Gather the hair through the top of the crown and secure with a bobby pin using a criss-cross fashion, locking it in place. Take the sides up and back, covering the previous criss-cross. Repeat the same on the other side. Be mindful of the shape you are creating as you go. You need to maintain enough fullness to match the sides of the waves. Pull down a few tendrils of each side. Give yourself a blast of David Groshen Finishing Spray, and then you are done!


Kellie Pickler

Celebrity Hairstyles - Kellie Pickler

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Face Shape: Heart.
Hair Texture: Medium texture with a wave.
Cut: This inverted (shorter in the back, longer in the front) a-symmetrical bob is always a classic. It follows the hollow of the neck all the way around. A slight delicate angle at the front fringe creates a whisper of movement.
Why it works: You couldn’t dream of a better frame for a heart shaped face.
To style: For fine to medium hair, use David Groshen Medium Gel. For medium to coarse hair, use David Groshen’s “Secret Egg Formula.” For coarse hair, just use Orange Stuff. For extremely fine hair, spray David Groshen Texture Rising at the roots.

Preset the side part while the hair is wet. Use a medium to large round boar bristle brush, then lift, bend, and stretch. This technique will create the bend in the middle of the hair and fullness in the root of each section. Use David Groshen Finishing Spray for the finishing touch.


Jessica Stroup

Celebrity Hairstyles - Jessica Stroup

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Face Shape: Classic heart.
Hair Texture: Fine to medium with a slight wave.
Cut: This blunt shape is cut at the hollow of the neck, with the front angle starting just above the chin in a textured bottom to create movement and airiness.
Why it works: The openness at the forehead and the long swoopy and front wave are the classic definitive ways to enhance a heart shaped face.
To style: For fine to medium hair, use David Groshen Medium Gel. For medium to coarse hair, use David Groshen’s “Secret Egg Formula.” For extremely fine hair, spray David Groshen Texture Rising at the roots.

Preset the side part while the hair is wet. Use a medium to large round boar bristle brush, and blow dry the hair making sure not the bend the hair under, but keeping the heat on the flat of the brush. For the front fringe, lift and place the hair on the brush and allow to cool. Use a flat iron if necessary to create those beautiful, straight ends. Use the iron absolutely at the end of the front wave to create this straight upturn. Use David Groshen Waxed Out to separate and define the “piecey-ness” at the bottom of the style.


Jessica Lowndes

Celebrity Hairstyles - Jessica Lowndes

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Face Shape: Long heart.
Hair Texture: Fine to medium with a wave.
Cut: This blunt shape is cut tot the top of the shoulders with the gentle elevation to release movement throughout the bottom. The wispy front fringe is a cut just at the eyebrows.
Why it works: This blunt shape is cut tot the top of the shoulders with the gentle elevation to release movement throughout the bottom. The wispy front fringe is a cut just at the eyebrows.
To style: For fine to medium hair, use David Groshen Medium Gel. For medium to coarse hair, use David Groshen’s “Secret Egg Formula.” For extremely fine hair, spray David Groshen Texture Rising at the roots.

Use a medium round boar bristle brush, lift, bend and stretch the bangs making sure to keep the ends as straight as possible. Use the same brush through the remainder of the shape, allowing the hair to cool while still on the brush. Use a 1 ½ inch round iron through the bottom 2/3’s through the strands of hair, alternating directions to create this interesting wave pattern.