American actress Lisa Rinna was born on July 11, 1963. Best known for her roles as Billie Reed in Days of our Lives, Taylor McBride in Melrose Place, Rinna’s was lately acknowledged for her role in SoapNet's Soap Talk. She competed in the second season of ‘Dancing with the Stars’ but was unfortunately eliminated in Round Seven based on audience voting. Rinna got higher marks from the judges than fellow celebrity dancer Jerry Rice at the competition. This talended dancer actress is admired for her looks as well as dynamic fashion sense. Lisa Rinna Hairstyles are stylish as well as trendy.
After getting married to actor Harry Hamlin in 1997, they have two daughters, Delilah Belle (born in 1998) and Amelia Gray (born in 2001). The couple has performed together in a number of television and film productions. Rinna received country-wide recognition when she first starred on NBC’s Days of our Lives. She starred in the show between 1992 to1995. She later changed her role from daytime TV to primetime playing Taylor McBride on Aaron Spelling’s Melrose Place from 1996 to 1998. In 2002, Rinna was named co-host of the daily lifestyle show titled Talk that airs on SOAPnet Soap.
For Talk, Rinna received a ‘Daytime Emmy Award nomination. In 2002, she reprised the popular role of Billie Reed in Days of our Lives. Rinna starred in the most acclaimed movie Sex, Lies & Obsession co-starring her husband Harry Hamlin. Her previous box office hit Another Woman's Husband received one of the highest ratings for a movie on Lifetime since 1999.
Her supporting but powerful role as a guest-star in the episode of Movie Stars for the WB, was the first ever on-screen appearance co-staring with her husband. Co-staring with Charlie Sheen, Rinna nabbed her first portrayal on big screen in Good Advice. Jon Lovitz also starred in the movie. She had recurring roles as a married couple with Hamlin in the first season of the television series Veronica Mars.
Rinna created a stir when she posed for a nude pictorial while six months pregnant in the September issue of Playboy in 1996. She is popular in the fashion circuit for her stunning figure and gorgeous hairstyles. Lisa Rinna Hairstyles are considered to be sexy, savvy and very sphisticated. This actress knows how to complement her features with the right hairdos and make up. Let’s have a look at some of her most attractive hairdos.
PopularLisa Rinna Hairstyles:
For creating a medium hairstyle, Rinna trims her gorgeous tresses slightly adding some length. For the style, she trims her hair razor-cutting the length from the shoulders. The side bangs are textured to enhance her beautiful face and charming features. This style is suitable for those having oval, oblong, and square facial shapes.
At the 2006 Oscar Awards, Rinna looked perfect in her trademark hairstyle. This is considered to be the most popular of Lisa Rinna Hairstyles. For this style, the actress perfectly trimmed the sides and back cutting her tresses short. The top section was trimmed to medium volume. This style is suitable for those having oblong and triangular facial structures. This style can be created in 20-30 minutes by using a blow drier, wax, sculpture lotion, and hair spray.
Rinna looked sexy in her hairstyle that was trimmed with sassy bangs. For the style, she cut the sides a bit jagged. The actress wore the style at the Cartier Celebrates 25 Years party in Beverly Hills . The length was cut at the shoulders. This style will give a perfect look to faces with oval, oblong, square, heart, and diamond shapes. To create this style, Rinna uses the trimming technique with blow dry process using mousse, lacquer, and molding cream.
Short crops are Rinna’s signature style. This haircut enhances her striking facial structure. For this style, the actress trimmed her hair and enhanced her side bangs with medium texturing at the top section. This style is one of the best options for those having oval, oblong, square, or heart shape facial cuts. Following the brow dry process, the products that can be used to create this style include mousse and wax.