ModelPromoter.com Reports How Juliane Hough Shows Models You Don't Need Long Locks to Be Beautiful When the public gets used to a star looking a certain way, the reaction is always mixed when that famous face changes things up. Take, for example, Juliane Hough.... West Hollywood (I- Newswire) October 31, 2011 - When the public gets used to a star looking a certain way, the reaction is always mixed when that famous face changes things up. Take, for example, Juliane Hough. The Footloose front girl chopped her long locks almost in half, garnering a good bit of attention. Part of the public's strong response to such a mane makeover is that we associate long hair with femininity. But to say a woman cannot be just as appealing with short hair would be an oversight. To prove the point, ModelPromoter.com (the same site that showed models how to work out like a Victoria's Secret Model), in conjunction with Style.com, put together a list of the world's top crop- haired models from whom all top models can learn. In fact, it is a far greater feat to gain success with short hair, since a full head can often be seen as a crutch. Take away any assists and what a model is left with is her sheer ability. Can a model appear as feminine without long locks? What would that look like? Check out these household names for inspiration and you just might find out: 1. Agyness Deyn, famous for her androgynous look, made the pixie cut a sought- after 'do. 2. Alison Nix shows that the bob can be beautiful. 3. Cecilia Mendez makes looking like a 12- year- old boy sexilicious. 4. Jacquetta Wheeler's super short hair- do shows off her strong facial features. 5. Juliana Imai went from drab to fab, just by cutting off her locks. 6. Katia Kokoreva makes this androgynous 'do look feminine. 7. Freja Beha Erichsen's cut may not be quite as quaint as some others, but the rough- and- tumble look is kept tame by its short length. 8. Marta Berzkalna's asymmetrical style looks edgy. 9. Anja Rubik's golden locks are powerful and pretty all rolled into one. For more tips on how to model, visit the Modeling Advice Blog at ModelPromoter.com.
Additional Resources About Model Promoter: Model Promoter helps talent become the next top model through high level education and networking with photographers, agencies, and employers. Company Contact Information: Model Promoter Maya Burkenroad 8581 Santa Monica Blvd. #703 90069 Phone: 310-968-6292 Published in: Art & Entertainment Tags: model modeling top model modelpromoter.com modelpromoter how to be a model how to be a top model model promoter Julianne Hough Footloose Published on: October 31, 2011