Born on August 15, 1968 in Brooklyn, Debra Messing is an Emmy Award-winning American actress. She is known for her character Grace Adler in Will & Grace. She is also famous for her roles in various television series and movies. Her role as Molly Kagan in the 2007 television series The Starter Wife is widely acclaimed in various international media. This renowned actress is famous for her exquisite style of dressing up and well maintained hairstyles.
At high school, she acted and sang in a number of cultural programs including the musical Annie and Fiddler on the Roof. She pursued an advanced course in dance, singing, and acting. Messing was Rhode Island’s ‘Junior Miss 1986’. Her parents encouraged her to become an actress as they urged Messing to complete her education in liberal arts. Following the advice of her parents, she attended Brandeis University in Waltham, Massachusetts. There she studied theater at the prestigious London-based British European Studio Group program.
After graduating summa cum laude from Brandeis with a bachelor’s degree in theater arts, Messing gained admission to the elite Graduate Acting Program at New York University in 1990. She earned a master’s degree in fine arts at the institute. With her success in the 1993 pre-Broadway workshop production of Tony Kushner’s much-lauded play Angels in America: Perestroika, she appeared in various episodes of the TV series NYPD Blue in 1994-95.
Messing made her film debut in 1995 in an important role in Alfonso Arau’s A Walk in the Clouds playing an unfaithful wife of Keanu Reeves. This was her ultimate rise to fame and stardom. The movie led her to the Fox Network to make her the co-star of the television sitcom Ned and Stacey. In 1998, she played a lead role as the bio-anthropologist Sloan Parker in ABC’s dramatic science fiction television series Prey.
In 2002, People magazine named Messing as one of the ‘50 Most Beautiful People in the World’. The TV Guide picked her as its ‘Best Dressed Woman’ in 2003. Woody Allen selected her for Hollywood Ending in 2002. Her sense of dressing and attractive hairstyles makes Messing a perfect figure both off and on screen. Debra Messing Hairstyles are simple, elegant and trendy. She knows how to wear the best make-up and has an amazing dressing sense in the industry. It’s time to observe some of her dashing hairstyles.
Popular Debra Messing Hairstyles:
Red Hot Locks
Messing looks sensational in her red hot locks styled in large waves to show off the amazing layers. In this style the layers create maximum body and bounce for her hairstyle. For those having medium to thick this hairstyle is a great choice. It is also known to work well on most occasions.
At the 7th Annual Awards Season Diamond Fashion Show Preview, the length of her red tresses was trimmed till the shoulder level. Then her sassy layers were sliced through the mid-lengths to create her gorgeous flicks. Most of all, her radiant red hair color was kept intact to make her stand out in the crowd.
Naturally, Messing’s hair is magnificently curly. But her natural curl was changed to soft waves completely pulled off at the CFDA Fashion Awards 2007. The length of her locks was cut in layers making its way through the ends to create a one- piece texture. In the middle part, the pulled-off-the face hairdo added a great effect to her rounder face shape. Even the waves were a great change from curls. This enhanced her features and personality.
Messing looked glamorous at the Los Angles premier of The Starter Wife. She pulled her hair into an easy and out of the way up-style. This featured to give body and texture to the style.
Red, Red Style
Keeping her style high and out, Messing wore a wonderful up-style hairstyle at the Global Marketing Conference Dinner of Sony Pictures. She trimmed her hair which pinned up high in full barrel curls. This style will be suitable for those having medium to thick hair types.
At the 19th Annual GLAAD Awards Messing wore a curly look. This is also one of the most famous Debra Messing Hairstyles. For the style she trimmed her layers at the top adding height and shape. This cut is perfectly suitable for medium to thick hair types.