Jennifer Garner was born on April 17, 1972 in Houston, Texas. She is an American actress who was nominated for Emmy Awards and also won Golden Globe and SAG Awards. Garner is best known for her different roles in movies like Juno, Pearl Harbor, Dude, Where's My Car?, 13 Going on 30, Catch Me if You Can, Daredevil, Elektra, Catch and Release, and The Kingdom.
At 3, Garner began taking ballet lessons. Though she admitted that she loved dancing, Garner never had ambitions to go into the dancing profession. When she was 4, her family relocated to Princeton, West Virginia and then to Charleston, West Virginia, where Garner resided until her college years. Her family’s shifting was due to years old father’s job in Union Carbide.
Garner graduated from George Washington High School in Charleston in 1990. At school she was a popular saxophone player. She enrolled at Denison University to study chemistry. As she realized that she enjoyed stage acting more than science, Garner changed her major to drama. While at Denison, Garner initiated into the sorority Pi Beta Phi.
In New York, Garner earned US$150 a week as an understudy in the play A Month in the Country in 1995. She then appeared in her first television role, a part in the made-for-television movie Zoya. The movie was based on a Danielle Steel novel of the same title. Her next acting jobs were in two short-lived television series Significant Others and Time of Your Life. She then acted in recurring roles in the series Felicity.
Garner’s beautiful features and her hairstyles are what people praise about her. At the 2006 Academy Awards ceremony, she stumbled on her flowing dress as she came onto the stage to present the award for Sound Editing. She did not fall, but lost her balance, and jokingly commented, “I do my own stunts!” Jennifer Garner Hairstyles are very chic and beautiful. This actress can change her looks with her simple yet elegant hairdos to suit any occasion.
Popular Jennifer Garner Hairstyles:
Garner looked great in an elegant up-do at the 2007 National Board of Review’s Annual Awards Gala. For the style, the beautiful actress trimmed her back tresses and pinned them up. Her gorgeous bangs were left sweeping to the side for a beautiful finish. This hairstyle looks ravishing on all occasions and can enhance your features and eyes.
When Garner was stopped by the Late Show with David Letterman with her locks left out to hang loose, the actress mesmerized the crowd with her hairstyle. For creating this style her tresses were slightly trimmed and the length was left to drape over her shoulders. Medium to long layers were cut through the back and sides to create movement. The long bangs were a great feature of the style that framed the top portion of her face nicely. This hairdo is great for formal lunches and dinners.
It’s great to see Garner let her hair loose. At the premier of The Kingdom in Los Angeles the actress looked great in the style. She trimmed her long length which was left sitting above her shoulders and soft layers were added to her hair for shape and body. The finishing touch was added by cutting the bangs and setting them to rest on her forehead to emphasize her beautiful eyes. Smokey eyes look great with this hairdo.
At the 2007 MTV Video Music Awards, Garner simply looked great in his tousled hairdo. For the style, she trimmed her length in blunt cut on the ends. Then the shaggy layers were cut from her mid-lengths to the ends to give her style more volume and body. The bangs were one of the greatest features of this style that added to the whole flowing and soft look.
Garner’s soft and subtle up style at the Metropolitan Museum Costume Institute Gala helped make a great impression on the audience. For the style, she featured lots of energy through the back where pieces of hair were styled to shoot out in different directions to create fullness. This hairstyle is a great option for those with fine hair.
Long and Simple
In a very simple style, Garner looked great at the 2007 Golden Globe Awards. For the style, she kept her length long and simple where her soft layers were adding volume and body throughout her top and back portions to enhance the wave. For people having longer facial shapes, this style is one of the best options.