Dark Brunette Wavy Formal
This style are all beautiful waves styled up from the mid lengths to its ends. The style offers a lot of movements and volume. This is especially suited for women with a long face frame. This style is for formal purposes and is easy to copy.
Long Wavy Formal
The layers in this style are cut through its back and sides. The style is designed to enhance the movement and the natural bounce of the hair.
Long Straight Formal in Mocha Shade
This style features wispy layers and this allows soft flick in the edges thus giving out a brilliant look. A good quality razor and scissors is the only thing you’ll need for this style. Consistent trimming is needed to maintain this style.
Side-focused Long Straight Formal
This style is designed to achieve a smooth and very slick look. It is made up of long layers that has been cut in the edges and around it.
Rachel Weisz has a very distinct sense of fashion when it comes to her hair. She actually has her own signature looks that when you see this kind of hairdo you will definitely think it is derived from her. No matter what style she wears though, she never fails to look stunningly good and beautiful.
Here’s Rachel Weisz’s hairstyles over the years.
Rachel Weisz wears an elegant black floral gown with her gorgeous brunette locks in a pulled back upstyles with curly side parting as she attends the Lobster premiere on October 12, 2015.
Rachel Weisz flashes a smile in a floral-patterned long sleeve dress and pulled her brunette hair back into a chic bun as she attends the photocall for her movie "Youth" at the 68th Festival de Cannes on May 20, 2015.
Rachel Weisz oozed in a black jumpsuit and left her straight above-the-shoulder haircut down with flippy ends as she attends the photocall for her movie "The Lobster" at the 68th Festival de Cannes on May 15, 2015.
Career and Personal Highlights
- Rachel’s full true name is Rachel Hannah Weisz
- She was born 7th of March, 1972
- She is a hugely successful and an Academy Award winning international star
- She is a British actress
- Her acting career started in the early part of 1990
- Her first project was with Inspector Morse
- It was then followed by Scarlet and Black, and then Advocates
- She had her film debut project in 1994 starring in the movie Death Machine
- She was doing so well she got her first Hollywood break in the film Chain Reaction in 1996, where she worked with Morgan Freeman and Keanu Reeves
- Rachel also tried and showcased her talents in the theatre industry
- Her first stage breakout performance was with the revival of the play Design for Living by Noel Coward in 1994
- She actually garnered the Most Promising Newcomer award by the London Critic’s Circle for that performance
- Another stage play performance she did was the 1999 version of Donmar Warehouse Production’s Suddenly
- It was followed by Last Summer and a Streetcar Named Desire, all from the same production company
- She then grabbed the Best Actress Award from Oliver Award for her acting role of Blanche DuBois
- Weisz went back to the big screen in 1999 with The Mummy
- She followed it up with The Mummy Returns the next year
- Another big film project she got was war drama hit Enemy at the Gates in 2001
- In 2002, she did a character in the movie About a Boy and then she was also included in the hit film Constantine in 2005, three years after
- She got another Academy Award and several other awards for her performance in the hit The Constant Gardener in 2005
- She was awarded Artist of the Year in 2006 from the BAFTA Britannia Award
- Her most recent projects included her portrayal of Deborah Lipstadt in the film Denial and the film My Cousin Rachel by Daphne du Maurier