This American singer as well as Grammy Award-winning actress was born on November 10, 1978 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Popularly known as Eve, her full name is Eve Jihan Jeffers. Apart from her acting career, she is also a popular actress. Eve’s first three albums have sold over 7 million copies.
During her childhood in Philadelphia , Eve embarked on music as an interest. She started singing in many choirs. When she made an all-female singing group Dope Girl Posse or D.G.P., the group covered songs from En Vogue and Color Me Badd. First appeared on DJ Clue’s The Professional, Eve made her popular single What Ya Want featuring Nokio of Dru Hill. As the song didn’t do well on the charts, she collaborated with The Roots and Janet Jackson.
In 1999, Eve made her debut Let There Be Eve that made a big hit becoming the second hip-hop album by a woman to enter the Billboard 200 at number one. Following the album, her second album Scorpion was released in 2001. In the album, the single Who’s That Girl guaranteed the rapper her first international success. In the album Let Me Blow Ya Mind performed with Gwen Stefani of No Doubt was a great gig. The song won the Grammy Award for Best Rap/Sung Collaboration. And the album Scorpion eventually went platinum.
Eve’s rapping talent is what many critics appreciate. Her third album Eve-Olution released in summer 2002 peaked at number 6th on Billboard. In the album, Gangsta Lovin performed with Alicia Keys was rated number 2 on the Billboard charts. In the album, the single, Satisfaction was a major success.
Eve, the rapper, appeared on Gwen Stefani's top ten hit ‘Rich Girl’ in 2005. The number ranked number 7 on the Billboard Hot 100 in the same year. In the year, Eve appeared on the remix of Amerie's #1 U.S. R&B hit, ‘1 Thing’ which was soundtrack of the popular movie Hitch.
As Eve is popular for her duet performance, she appeared on Kelly Rowland's single Like This in 2007. In the same year, the singer made a guest appearance on Maroon 5's second single Wake Up Call in live at 45th at Night.
The rapper has also achieved success in the world of fashion by starting a clothing line titled Fetish. She was ranked 48th on VH1’s ‘50 Greatest Women Of The Video Era show list. Eve Hairstyles along with her features and smile are major attributes giving the actress her sexiness. Lets have a look at some her most famous hairdos.
Popular Eve Hairstyles:
Slick and Seductive Style
At the US Weekly Magazine's Hot Hollywood 2008, Eve wore a great slick, smooth, and seductive designed haircut. For the design, the actress trimmed her top portion and sides in medium volume. This style was created with the help of a blow drier and wax. Smoothing shine and hairspray were used to give it an elegant finish.
Eve looks stunning in soft wispy curls. Her curly hairdo has been a hot favorite at various red carpet events. At the Cipriani Halloween Party, the rapper trimmed her hair in a sexy style with her golden locks falling in soft curls. For the style, she cut her shaggy layers through her back portion. And the top section was trimmed in medium volume. This style is suitable for those having oval and oblong facial structures.
Eve’s locks are great and never fail to complement this singer actress’ charming face. She wore this sweet hairstyle at the 2007 Teen Choice Awards. For the style the singer trimmed her medium blonde locks pulling slightly backward. Her bangs were fit properly to enhance her look. To maintain this style, Eve structured her hair with blow dry using mousse, wax, smoothing shine, and lacquer.
Wavy Long Length
This is perhaps one of the most popular Eve Hairstyles. At the 48th Annual Grammy Awards, Eve looked stunning in this sassy style. For the style, the singer trimmed her length leaving it below shoulder level. The top portion and sides were layered in medium volume. For this style, the wearer must have either oval or heart shape facial cuts.