Tyra Banks’ Different Hairstyles
Long Wavy Casual – Medium Blonde
These nice light blonde hair is waved for some more height and thicker volume in the roots. The hair’s wavy nature looks stunning up to the ends. The upper portion is combed up to the back. It is then pinned at the rear. The arrangement of the hair gives emphasis to her naturally beautiful facial features. The key in this type of style is keeping the flyways pinned and maintain a high volume hairstyle.
Long Curly Casual – Dark Blonde
Stunning huge curls are designed throughout the mid to the ends of these hairs providing this style a lot of bounce and motion. This hair style is simple to re-create for women with natural curly hair and for people with fly away that needs to be kept. Consistent trimming once a month will surely prevent split ends. This will also maintain the hair’s thick and healthy look.
Brief Straight Formal – Dark Brunette
The sides and back of this style type are fixed into the head and then the longer portion through the top is waved completely to get a motion and shape. This expensive hairstyle is best to turn heads at any unique celebration and needs strong hold item to keep it in place all the time or night.
Short Straight Casual Pixie – Medium Brunette
The sides and back of this shortened but expensive hair style are solidly tapered into the head, mixing into the leading length which is rugged cut and used forward to develop this unique shape best fit to match a round face. This is a fantastic hairstyle for any celebration and needs item for hold and shine.
Blunt Cut Bangs – Medium Brunette
The back and sides of this brief style are fixed into the head preserving a clean surface to the edges. The top part is combed down to emphasize the top of the face for a clean feel and look. This hairstyle is terrific to match a long face and is simple to handle with routine trims every month.
When Banks was 15 years of age, she started modeling while going to school in Los Angeles. She was turned down by 4 modeling companies before she was signed by L.A. Models. She changed to Elite Model Management at age 16. When she got the chance to design in Europe, she transferred to Milan. In her very first runway season, she scheduled 25 shows in the 1991 Paris Fashion Week.
Banks started her production company, which was called Ty Ty Baby Productions, which eventually was renamed to Bankable Productions. The company later produced The Tyra Banks Show, America’s Next Top Model and the 2008 movie The Clique. Banks is the executive producer and previous speaker and judge of America’s Next Top Model.
Banks’s very first cinema function was available in 1994, when she played a co-star role in the epic drama Higher Learning. She then was able to work with Lindsay Lohan in the film by Disney called Life-Size.
Here’s Tyra Banks’s hairstyles over the years.
Tyra Banks styled her brunette hair into a half-up 'do at the NBC TCA Press Day Summer 2017 on August 2, 2017.
Tyra Banks wears her medium-length wavy tresses loose for the "The New Celebrity Apprentice" Cast Q&A held on December 9, 2016.
Tyra Banks looks lovely in this curly pixie locks hairstyle at the Paley Center's Hollywood Tribute to African-Americans in TV event on October 26, 2015.
Tyra Banks rocks a funky layered pixie hairstyle during the 42nd Daytime Emmy Awards Gala on April 26, 2015.