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Stylin’ with Chloe Moretz

By: George Caroll

Teen star Chloe Grace Moretz kicked butt as a teen superhero and was a great best friend in Hugo. Now, you can catch her as a moody teen living in the 1970’s when vampire Johnny Depp comes to visit in Dark Shadows. To get into character for her role in the film, Chloe had to change her golden blonde natural wavy hair to a pale blonde straight style.

 

If you sometimes get the feeling that no one gives you a second look, changing your hair color and style can turn this picture around. If that’s the case, take a styling lesson from Chloe and watch heads turn when you “step out of the shadows” with a totally new look. To get the look lets take it one step at a time, starting with a style cut.

LET'S SHAPE IT: To get this versatile “two in one” straight or wavy style, start with a long layered face framing contoured silhouette. This ultra feminine style cut suits both straight and natural wavy hair and most face shapes, especially those with small angular facial features like Chloe. With a few adjustments (tweaks / trims) as it grows you can easily find the ideal length and shape for your personal style. 

 

LET’S STYLE IT: To get the look start with a straightening balm applied to clean damp hair and give it a quick blow dry with a “paddle or round brush” to relax unwanted waves. For the slick smooth straight look, part hair into sections and mist each section with Flat Iron Styling Spray and press with a flat iron. After use a dab of Hair Polish to amplify the color and you’ve got the look.

NOW LET’S COLOR IT: For a pale blonde shade Chloe’s natural dishwater blonde hair is lightened with a high lift Flaxen blonde tint. For those with dark brown hair, it must first be lightened with cream bleach and colored after. To maintain this creative coloring effect the new growth is lightened every six weeks. To keep it healthy, plan on using a color care shampoo and deep conditioning treatment after. This will cost a few extra bucks, but is well worth the price for a totally new image and all the attention you'll get.

 

Chloe Moretz’ new look lets everyone know there's a new girl in school and she's ready to rock. A quick blow dry and once-over with a flat styling iron gives it a smooth straight polished look. The sun-kissed Flaxen Blonde color is a work of art and thing of beauty. Your new color and style pushes the style bar to the max and is sure to get rave reviews when you show up looking ooh-so stylish in a totally grown-up way with Chloe’s color and style.

 

For more star hair styles, visit www.georgecaroll.com

 
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