This style is sure to turn heads with a big hair appearance and side swept pizazz that is anything but boring.
What's nice about this one is the way that it celebrates the fullness but also incorporates smoothness. Lianne La Havas has one side tucked behind the ear while the other sweeps across the forehead and brushes the outer corner of the opposite eye. The deep side part makes for an asymmetrical look that is quite unique. The part is undefined and not visible to the eye. A flat iron would be needed to smooth sections and can also be used to form curls as well. A professional relaxer treatment would help to tame the frizzies and make it easier to create a hairdo like this one.
A single black dot under each eye adds another dimension to ordinary face make-up which is understated in every other aspect. She is wearing a form fitted patterned dress with a high neck and long sleeves at The Q Awards 2012 – Arrivals.