Jill Ritchie is an American actress born on March 5, 1974 in Romeo, Michigan. She was popular for her roles in D.E.B.S. and Breakin' All the Rules. She worked in the VH1 television series I Hate My 30's. Jill Ritchie Hairstyles are stylish, trendy and suave.
Jill grew up in the small town of Romeo, just one hour drive to north of Detroit, Michigan. Since childhood Jill had a passion for acting. She developed her acting career in the 6th grade when she took the role of Snow Queen in the production The Nutcracker. Following the play, she continued to star in numerous plays in and around Detroit. She pursued 15 years of dance training and 4 years of vocal training.
At 18, Jill decided to grab her dream of becoming a professional actress. Her first stop was her attendance at DePaul University’s Theatre School for one year. Later, she shifted to the University of Southern California (USC). At the university she starred in many plays including the musicals Guys and Dolls and West Side Story. Jill got her first TV break during college with her role on the hit TV show Beverly Hills, 90210.
After her USC days, Jill began pounding the pavement in LA as an actress. She worked in the LA circuit doing local theatre with the Blank Theatre Company where she came in contact with her current manager Glenn Rigberg. Soon after that, Jill began making the crossover to the big screen with her notable role in Warner Brothers film Ready to Rumble. Other notable roles she played in TV shows like Boston Public, The Geena Davis Show and many others pushed Jill in the popular limelight.
Jill worked in Disney’s big budget remake of Herbie the Love Bug titled Herbie: Fully Loaded. In Herbie, she teamed up with director Angela Robinson. This reunion was after her success in D.E.B.S. The two worked together twice on D.E.B.S. Jill soon began making ripples in the Hollywood fashion circuit with her changing hairdos and subtle fashion statement. Jill Ritchie Hairstyles are considered to be chic and easy to maintain. They are recreated by a number of women across the globe, particularly office goers.
Popular Jill Ritchie Hairstyles:
Golden Blonde Tress
Jill’s look varies from time to time according to her hairstyles. But she looks simply awesome in her blonde streaks and tapered cuts. For the hairstyle, the actress sports golden blonde tresses blended with soft waves. It is also complemented by nice long layered waves.
Un-sweep and Ponytail
This style features her sides pinned back tightly and the top has been teased up. This style is one of her best styles that make the actress sexy and attractive. Jill wears simple un-sweeps and ponytails that make her look like the girl next door. This cut is suitable for those with medium and fine hair types.
Jill’s hair was cut below the shoulders and layers were added into the ends of her hair. The actress can manage to look casually sophisticated when she wears the sleek and straight look with died tips or highlights. This style has a sweet and innocent appeal and highlights her features. This hairstyle is great option for all occasions.
In this style the back section is cut into a soft and swirl up-do Jill trims her hair into a side swept part. In the style, the thin red highlights are a great touch. It adds extra definition to this particular hairstyle of I Hate My 30’s. This style is considered to be a great option for glamorous occasions.
Jill looks gorgeous in this soft style featuring sexy waves. For the style, the actress pulls back her hair into an up-style which lifts the hair off the shoulders to allow her stunning dress to show off.
Every body loves Jill’s natural and bohemian look. For this style, the actress trims her hair which needs little to no layering options. In this stunning look the sides are trimmed to add sheer volume and bounce. It allows the hair to fall naturally into a lovely soft wave.