Apart from being a supermodel Cindy Crawford was popular for her status of being a television personality, cover girl, and actress. She was born on February 20, 1966 in DeKalb , Illinois . Daughter of Jennifer Sue and John Crawford, her trademark is a visible mole on her upper lip, which people all over the world call a ‘beauty mark’. Cindy Crawford Hairstyles are quite a rage in the modelling industry. Several upcoming models try to imitate this supermodel, known for her poise and excellent dressiong sense.
Crawford became a celebrity by chance. When she was 16 years of age a newspaper photographer noticed her at a workplace. She was doing a summer job at a food corner. The media person snapped her picture that became a popular face among fashion gurus. Subsequently she received lots of positive feedbacks that convinced her to take up modeling. It was her first big-bang achievement when she entered the ‘John Casablancas Look of the Year’ contest. She was the runner up but it cheered her up with big applaud like a winner.
In 1984, Crawford graduated from DeKalb High School . She won an academic scholarship to study chemical engineering at Northwestern University . But she attended the course only one quarter due to its clashing with her modeling assignments. After working with photographer Victor Skrebneski in Chicago , Crawford moved to Manhattan in 1986. Parallel with her modeling career she worked as VJ in MTV’s ‘House of Style’ between 1986 and 1995. Her Pepsi commercials in the mid-1990s were widely acclaimed. Crawford bagged her first movie role in Fair Game in 1995. Her performance was widely appreciated by the critiques.
Her 5 ’ 9" (177 cm) height is perfect for all kinds of wardrobes. And her 34"-26"-35" makes her a unique pose on the ramp. In the 1980s and 1990s, Crawford was among the most popular supermodels. In July 1988, she became the first supermodel to pose nude for Playboy magazine. She was ranked number 5 on the magazine’s list of the 100 Sexiest Stars of the 20th century. In 1997, Shape magazine survey of 4,000 picked Crawford as the second (after Demi Moore) most beautiful woman in the world. Her beauty includes her appealing hairstyles. Just have a look at some of them!
Popular Cindy Crawford Hairstyles:
With her simple look, her hairstyle sometimes looks simple too. Crawford wore this kind of simple style at Disney’s High School Musical 2 world premiere. Her hair was left out to show off the graduated layers that were cut throughout the hair. And her ends were slightly sliced for a soft touch. To give a finishing touch, the layers were flicked out to create width and volume. If you have a fine limp hair, you just try this one out.
Smooth and Sleek
Crawford looked great at the Walk of Style Awards in her smooth and sleek hairstyle. She kept her length past the shoulder blades. She added a small amount of feathering at the very ends. It created a good texture. For those having rounder facial structure this hairstyle is strongly recommended.
It is obvious that every hairstyle Crawford wears is sexy and seductive. But most of all, the one she sported at the premiere for The Good German was quite remarkable for its extreme sexiness. It helped her make a great impression at the event. For this style, she left her hair at shoulder length and graduated layers were cut up throughout the very ends to add a textured lift. Weight was taken out with the help of layering to produce an illusion of height through the top portion. This type of hairstyle is great for thin hair as it creates volume and bounce.
It’s said that Crawford is a supermodel with a super hairstyle. She proves it with her pull off a simple ’do style. This style was seen at the 4th Annual ‘Runway for Life’ benefit. She trimmed her length just below her shoulders and the layers were layered adding texture throughout the length up till the evry ends. It amazingly created body and character.
Cindy Crawford Hairstyles are superb, sexy and sassy. This model definitely knows how to make an impact by wearing the perfect hairstyles for the perfect finish.