American actress Kate Hudson was born on April 19, 1979 in Los Angeles. She rose to fame in the world of acting in 2001 after being nominated for the Academy Awards and Golden Globe for her role in Almost Famous. Ever since Hudson has been established as a Hollywood lead actress starring in several popular films like How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days, The Skeleton Key, and You, Me, and Dupree. This stylish diva is admired for her flashy looks and glamorous styles. Kate Hudson Hairstyles are probably the most sought fater in Hollywood and are undoubtedly chosen with great care to suit every occasion.
Hudson is the daughter of the ever popular Academy Award-winning actress Goldie Hawn and Bill Hudson, an actor, comedian, and musician. Her parents divorced when she was just eighteen-months-old. Hudson and her brother Oliver Hudson were raised in Colorado by their mother and her long-time boyfriend actor Kurt Russell. As she doesn’t know her biological father well, she considered Kurt Russell as her real father during her childhood.
After graduating from Crossroads, a performing school in Santa Monica in 1997, Hudson enrolled into New York University. But she switched on to acting instead of attending the university.
Hudson made her breakthrough role in Cameron Crowe’s poplar drama Almost Famous in 2000. For the successful debut, she was nominated Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress. Though she missed the Oscar, the young actress won the Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress for her marvelous performance in Almost Famous.
Before Almost Famous Hudson appeared in some unpopular movies like Gossip and 200 Cigarettes. Hudson was the actress who turned down the offer of M J Watson in Spider Man (2002). Later, when Spider Man became a hit the actress couldn’t make the same parallel result with The Four Feathers. But her next romantic venture How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days became a big success at the box office, grossing over US$100 million in 2003. Hudson’s romantic list includes movies like Alex and Emma and Raising Helen, which are really successful. She is also known to successfult draw her fans with her enigmatic sense and divine style. Kate Hudson’s Hairstyles are some fo the most talked about dos on the fashion circuit.
Popular Kate Hudson Hairstyles:
Hudson’s blonde locks are always focal points of attraction and are in fact one of her biggest assets. The locks look so tousled when they are layered through the back and sides. This helps create movement in the hair and also enhances the soft waves. In this style, no matter where Kate is to be found, no matter what day of the week, Hudson looks amazing!
Soft Framing Layers
The paparazzi went ballistic the moment Hudson arrived at the 14th Annual Screen Actors Guild of America Awards. Her hairstyle was unexpectedly sexy with soft layers. For this unique haircut, the actress’ golden tresses were trimmed and left free just above the shoulder level. Soft framing layers were allowed to pass through the sides to add shape to her no-fuss style. This style is one of the actress’ most effective hairstyles. It is also a great hairdo for parties and proms.
Divine Wavy Cut
At the 2006 MTV Movie Awards the Almost Famous actress wore this hairstyle that added to her mystical charm. In the style, her attractive layered blonde locks were left down freely. The curly portion complemented the actress’ beautiful facial features. This style is said to be easy to maintain with regular trims.
This style makes Hudson look really sexy. For creating this style, the actress’ tresses are pinned softly from the sides and back portion. This design creates a funky bun with pieces of strands left out through the top portion of the crown. It creates the effect of fullness around her cute baby face. This style is suitable for those having medium to thick hair types.
This actress surely knows how to blow the lid with her naturally sexy style. For creating this style, her short angled layers have been cut to add body to the hair. It enhances the waves and bounce. This is a very easy haircut that creates a natural style which is indeed easy to maintain with regular trims.