Rebecca Melise Tobin
Becca was born on January 18, 1986.
Marietta, Georgia, U.S.
Actress, dancer, singer
Natural Hair Color
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Becca Tobin looked stylish and absolutely gorgeous in a polished casual ensemble comprising of black trousers with high waist, which highlighted her slender midsection and a beige silk blouse with curve hugging fabric, which outlined her ample assets, while walking the red carpet at the AYR Dinner held at Norah on August 24, 2016 in West Hollywood, California.
The 30 year old American actress had opted to wear her brunette tresses in a classy hairstyle, which was a perfect match for her sophisticated ensemble that comprised of a silk full sleeve blouse, which she had buttoned up to the top and had tucked into her trousers and a black trousers with a tied up same color belt in the middle, which highlighted her narrow waist.
The Glee star decided to style her glossy medium length hair in a chic hairdo, which was well supported by her polished makeup that included a touch of dark maroon lipstick on her pout, dab of rosy hued blush on her cheeks and slick of black eyeliner.
Becca had decided to coif her silky and fine brunette tresses in a stylish hairstyle. She had opted to part her locks little off the middle towards the right side with locks on the same side were brushed back and tucked behind her ears. Her hair on the other side were left loose to hang by the side of her face, which partially framed her face.
She opted to go for golden blonde highlights to make her hairstyle even more stylish. Apart from two inches from the roots, the highlights were fairly dominant all over.
Becca decided to wear her blonde highlighted locks in a messy straight textured hairstyle for her classy appearance on the red carpet at the event held to promote the latest line of products from the prestigious fashion brand.
Apply smoothing serum over your locks and blow dry your hair straight using a round brush. When done, separate your locks in sections. Mist thermal protectant texturizing spray over the section. Glide a flat iron over the section, flicking it at intervals to create bends in your locks. When done with all sections, take some oil over fingertips and brush through.