Gwen Stefani Haircut by Celebrity Styles

Here is an interesting posting from Celebrity Styles
Gwen Stefani is a woman who has a different hairstyle every time she is in the public eye. Gwen has a very unique fashion style and her hair styles reflect that well. Gwen former singer of No Doubt and now out on her own and married to super hot singer Gavin Rossdale of Bush, always has something up her sleeve when it come to her hairstyles. Gwen has been well known for a while for having a Marilyn Monroe hairstyle, platinum blonde in color and short and flirty. Gwen has experimented with hairstyles from the 50’s short and having tight curls, she has also gone with a long, sleek, straight style having straight cut bangs. Gwen has also gone with large flowing curls too.

Don’t think that everything that you see if real either, sometimes Gwen Stefani adds hair extensions to make her hairstyles more varied. You too can have one of Gwen’s many looks, just look at styles that she has had in the past, or present and use your imagination to come up with your own unique Gwen Stefani hairstyle. Take pictures to your hairstylist and have her transform your hair into something unique that you came up with using Gwen as inspiration.

What Your Hair Tells About Your Personality

When we talk about reading someone’s body language, then it is not all about gestures, facial expressions, eye contact but also hairstyles. Hairstyles can really reveal the personality traits of both men and women. Besides, hair is most definitely an indicator of someone’s image and lifestyle. Well in case of women, there are so many styles that go well on each individual so a new stylistic deviation cannot reveal much about the personality. However, the extremes of length, color and style can be good telling aspects of a woman’s hair. Short Hair

If you keep short hair that is carefully cut and styled, then it reveals an artistic personality. A well-maintained hairstyle is an indicator of the individual’s financial well-being. A woman who likes to keep short hair and keeps regular checks on the length shows that she really cares about her appearance. Long Hair

The perception, however, can vary. According to some, long hair reveals the freedom from conventional expectations.

Gray Hair

There are some people who let their hair go gray naturally or dye it gray or white. Only if a lady decides to have gray hair, then it reveals the personality traits. Purple Hair

You will find only a few people around who like to experiment and do strange things with their hair. You will see that people who experiment with dramatic hairstyles are usually young and adventurous.

Red Hair

Redheads are mostly perceived as feisty and opinionated people. You will find the word hot associated with red and so the wearer is hot-headed or hot-tempered. Best Hairstyles to Look Younger

The wrong haircut can be terribly aging but if you add a wrongly chosen hair color, there, you have the recipe for a hair disaster!

It is important to choose a style that’s age-appropriate, but what’s even more crucial is finding a haircut that suits your lifestyle and complements the shape of your face and your features – a good haircut, shape and color will make the most of your hair whatever your age.

Opt for layered, textured styles – short or long – and have fun with styling.

When choosing a new cut, think ‘simple elegance’ and not ‘alternative’ – go for mid-length to longer, layered hairstyles and try to skip very short styles or anything too extreme.

Layered bobs and texturized one-length cuts work beautifully as they create movement and lift around the face. Avoid bangs, chin-length hair and blunt, sharp styles.

Always have regular trims to maintain both your hairstyle and condition.
If gray hair is a problem, a few highlights can help revive your hair color and will instantly add depth to your style.

Remember, the proper haircut and a beautiful hair color can make you look 10 years younger, so invest in the best.


A Boy Singing to his little sister…..  You are My Sunshine, My only Sunshine’
(Be prepared to get watery eyes!)

Like any good mother, when Karen found out that another baby was on the

way, she did what she could to help her 3-year-old son, Michael, prepare

for a new sibling.

They found out that the new baby was going be a girl, and day after day,

night after night, Michael sang to his sister in mommy’s tummy.

He was building a bond of love with his little sister before he even met


The pregnancy progressed normally for Karen, an active member of the

Panther Creek United Methodist Church in Morristown , Tennessee

In time, the labor pains came. Soon it was every five minutes, every

three, every minute. But serious complications arose during delivery and

Karen found herself in hours of labor.

Would a C-section be required? Finally, after a long struggle, Michael’s

little sister was born. But she was in very serious condition.

With a siren howling in the night, the ambulance rushed the infant to

the neonatal intensive care unit at St. Mary’s Hospital, Knoxville ,

Tennessee The days inched by. The little girl got worse. The

pediatrician had to tell the parents there is very little hope. Be

prepared for the worst.

Karen and her husband contacted a local cemetery about a burial plot.

They had fixed up a special room in their house for their new baby but

now they found themselves having to plan for a funeral. Michael,

however, kept begging his parents to let him see his sister. I want to

sing to her, he kept saying.

Week two in intensive care looked as if a funeral would come before the

week was over.

Michael kept nagging about singing to his sister, but kids are never

allowed in Intensive Care. Kar en decided to take Michael whether they

liked it or not.

If he didn’t see his sister right then, he may never see her alive.
She dressed him in an oversized scrub suit and marched him into ICU.
He looked like a walking laundry basket.

The head nurse recognized him as a child and bellowed,
‘Get that kid out of here now. No children are allowed.’
The mother rose up strong in Karen,
and the usually mild-mannered lady glared steel-eyed right into

the head nurse’s face, her lips a firm line.
‘He is not leaving until he sings to his sister’ she stated.

Then Karen towed Michael to his sister’s bedside.

He gazed at the tiny infant losing the battle to live.

After a moment, he began to sing.

In the pure-hearted voice of a 3-year-old, Michael sang:

‘You are my sunshine, my only sunshine,
you make me happy when skies are gray.’
Instantly the baby girl seemed to respond.
The pulse rate began to calm down and become steady.

‘Keep on singing, Michael,’ encouraged Karen with tears in her eyes.

‘You never know, dear, how much I love you,
please don’t take my sunshine away.’
As Michael sang to his sister, the baby’s ragged,

strained breathing became as smooth as a kitten’s purr
‘Keep on singing, sweetheart.’

‘The other night, dear, as I lay sleeping, I dreamed I held you in my

arms’ Michael’s little sister began to relax as rest,
healing rest, seemed to sweep over her.

‘Keep on singing, Michael.’
Tears had now conquered the face of the bossy head nurse.
Karen glowed.

‘You are my sunshine, my only sunshine.
Please don’t take my sunshine away.’

The next day…the very next day.
the little girl was well enough to go home

Woman’s Day Magazine called it The Miracle of a Brother’s Song.

The medical staff just called it a miracle.

Karen called it a miracle of God’s love.



Life is good.