This page has photos of Jessica Alba hairstyles. Hairstyle.com shows you how to copy Jessica's hairstyles, so you can look like Jessica Alba, famous from the TV series, Dark Angel and more recently as the Invisible Woman in Fantastic Four franchise.
A beautiful and talented actress, Jessica Alba made her mark in Hollywood as Max in the TV series 'Dark Angel'.
Over the years, Jessica Alba's hair has gone from long dark hair, to short blond bob and long again. Her hairstyle changes have been effortless, and she seems to suit every shade of color and hairstyle.
Jessica Alba Credits Blonde Hair For New Relationship
July 15, 2005
SIN CITY beauty JESSICA ALBA credits her blonde hair with attracting new boyfriend CASH WARREN, because it gives her a softer, more approachable image.
The Latina actress began dating the director's assistant in January (05), after meeting him on the set of the much anticipated comic book adaptation, FANTASTIC FOUR.
The 23-year-old star - who is naturally brunette - dyed her hair blonde for her role as SUE STORM to match the original fair-haired superhero and believes this was the major factor that sparked Warren's interest.
Alba says, "I thought he was wonderful the moment I set eyes on him. "Fortunately he returned my feelings.
"Would he have felt the same way had I still been a brunette?"
"I like to think so of course. But I know I'm much more approachable as a blonde, so I think it worked for him and me."
Get Jessica's hair with movement and volume:
- Wash your hair with a volumising shampoo and conditioner and then blow-dry with your head turned upside down to create fullness and volume at the roots. If you have fine hair, do not add conditioner as it is too heavy, try a thickening spray instead.
- Once hair is dry, add some large velcro rollers, or use a large curling tong, to divide off small, random sections for soft, wavy, loose curls.
- Once hair is curled, style with either a brush or your fingers and then add a touch of hairspray to mould the style into shape.
- Styling tip: when using velcro rollers, heat them up under your blow-dryer for about 10 minutes for added staying power and curl.