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Elizabeth Olsen Virtual Hairstyle MakeoverSun, 06/10/2012 - 15:36, Posted by admin
I thought that I would have some fun and put the virtual hairstyle spot light on Elizabeth Olsen, the little sister of the " full house" Olsen twins Mary Kate and Ashley, that where once famous for many things, and amongst others, really shity hairdos! Elizabeth Olsen is somewhat different to her sisters, never caring much for grunge and gothic hairstyle looks, instead always wearing more elegant and tailored looking hair styles. The only problem that I see with this persona or direction is that her hairstyles could quickly become very boring and dull. I am actually starting to feel that already. So I have been to work designing some new virtual hairstyle looks and have given Elizabeth in all but one makeover, a virtual hairstyle chop. Check them out!
1: Elizabeth Olsen Short Crop:
This Sixties, finger dry, short cropped razor cut, in dark chestnut hair color is pretty cool eh? It’s a daring look that only a few can carry off. Does Elizabeth make the grade?
2: Elizabeth Olsen Concave Feather Cut
A short razor cut that is concave in shape with long wispy sides, still an elegant look and feel about it. Honey, blonde, and copper red toned highlights also create interest and texture suiting Elizabeth's peaches and cream complexion.
3: Elizabeth Olsen Wedge Cut
Okay, it’s simple, all the one length, and cut to fall down naturally just above the ear lobes. Short but still sophisticated?
4: Elizabeth Olsen medium Shag Cut
This medium wispy Shag hairstyle is more carefree and casual looking than anything Elizabeth has ever worn, but it’s still a cool look and a new look too!
5: Elizabeth Olsen Short Geometric Avant-Garde
Now we are starting to make some serious changes!It’s out there and meant to cause a stir. Do you think it would?
6: Elizabeth Olsen Concave Bob
This longer at the front and sides Concave Bob Cut with an off centre part adds some length in a very classical and tailored manner.
So what do you all think about the changes?