May 2003: Sideparts with a Twist, Page 2
Janel Moloney first tipped us off to the full-curl trend, when she appeared on the late-night talk show "Jimmy Kimmel Live." This recent cover of Town & Country magazine shows the actress with a hint of it, as the right-side hair turns back (probably by wind more than anything) a bit below ear-level. On the night we watched, it was a full-circle curl that didn't bounce very much, but held temptingly well.
This photo from a Moloney fan's web site shows her usually-straight hair can take a curl well. Imagine a long, full curl near her right eye, and you'll have what we saw. (We regret we could not find any web sites with vid-caps of Moloney's twist. If you happen to have one, please pass it along to us and we'll post it.)
MICHELLE RODRIGUEZ has tried the full-curl approach as well, for fancy situations. There's a curious mix here of slightly messy on top, but curly from eye-level below. We think a little teasing at the crown would help make this more precise, and by extension a stronger style.
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December 2002: Long Yet Strong
May 2002: The Ears Have It
December 2001: In Defense of Helmet Hair
May 2001: Wonder of the Wedge
July 2000: Turn of the Pageboy
February 2000: Sweeping Side-part
Rodriguez photo courtesy Entertainment Weekly
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