What hair styles will dominate 2011? Will Kim Kardashian leave those horrendous cornrows in her hair? Surely that look will not make a Top 10 List. Roy Teeluck wanted to share his Best Tressed List of 2010 as we embark onto the Year of the Rabbit, Jessica that is, here are his favorite looks of the last year.
Even though we spent the past few months whipping our hair back and forth, Emma Watson, Carey Mulligan, and The Biebs chopped it all off making 2010 the unofficial year of the pixie. Roy says, "A pixie is a great way to show off your face and is very low maintenance style-wise."
SISTERHOOD OF THE TRAVELING BOB
A bob is a fantastic way to take your hair from drab to fab. By creating a blunt layer (or indie layers in ScarJo's case), you showcase those cheekbones and instantly create a timeless look. Roy (who personally styles Hillary Clinton and Olivia Palermo) says that leaving the sides a little longer makes for a modern version that softens the hard edge of a classic bob.
THE TAMING OF THE DO
For long haired glamour girls, 2010 was all about change. Taylor Swift broke up with her signature curls and started rocking blunt bangs and a pin-straight look. Model Lily Aldridge got on the Balayage bandwagon and warmed up her brown hair with some golden highlights. Emma Stone ditched her red hair and officially became a California blonde.