Hilary Ann Swank
Hilary was born on July 30, 1974.
Lincoln, Nebraska, U.S.
Actress, film producer
Natural Hair Color
Hilary Swank looked effortlessly chic in a classy white gown at the opening ceremony of the Tokyo International Film Festival held on October 22, 2015.
The Academy Award winner’s dark brunette locks were left loose as she grabbed attention in a white gown which had a frilled hem and a stylish lilac petal decoration on the bodice.
Swank’s long hair were swept over one shoulder, which allowed her to show off subtle drop-diamond earrings in her ears.
Swank, who was at the festival to promote her film, ‘You’re Not You,’ looked well prepared for the glamorous event with stylish side part hairstyle which had curls towards the end.
She sported a hairstyle with messy and stylish curls at the lower part of her tresses.
The key to get glamorous side part hairstyle right is placement of part. To ensure you get it right, place part in perfect alignment with highest part of the eyebrow. Also, to create the waves at the lower end, work the curling iron from bottom to up.
Hilary Swank was Hollywood sophistication and elegance personified in a dazzling silver dress with cobweb-inspired detailing, while walking the red carpet of the 2015 Bambi Awards held at the Stage Theater in Berlin, Germany. The event was held on November 12, 2015.
The Million Dollar Baby star had her dark brown hair elegantly done for the event. However, it was her embellished frock featuring a demure high-neckline, fitted sleeves and a nipped-in waist that took all the attention.
The 41 year old actress had her brunette locks styled in a stylish up-do, which makes it difficult to tell her actual hair length at the event. Therefore, we will go with her usual hair length, which is medium.
The Insomnia actress had her dark brown tresses styled in a loose chic bun for her stylish appearance at the event held on Thursday night. Her hair were parted on the left side, and were tucked behind ear on the same side to show off her earrings and were styled in loose curling wave on the other side.
Although her hair around the right side of her head were slightly curled, still Hilary’s hairstyle had a straight texture.
For creating an elegant bun like Hilary’s, apply light mousse on your hair and blow dry it. The mousse will hold your locks in place and will give a natural shiny look to your hair as opposed to sleek and wet look.
Hilary Swank looked dazzling and gorgeous in a stylish dressing ensemble comprising of eye-catching sequin metallic top, which was also slightly see-through and black floor length skirt with a racy thigh slit that put her slender legs on display as she posed for the photographs at the 2016 Elton John AIDS Foundation’s Oscar Viewing Party on February 28, 2016 in West Hollywood, California.
Hilary opted to wear her glossy brunette locks in a classy and chic hairdo for her head turning appearance at the high profile charity event held on Sunday evening.
The 41 year old actress decided to wear her medium length brunette tresses in a wavy hairstyle, which added elegance to her fierce and sparkling dress that highlighted her ample assets and accentuated her hour glass figure with snug fitting.
Side Swept Loose Waves
The Million Dollar Baby star opted to coif her locks in a classy side swept loose waves hairdo. Her locks were parted on the right side and neatly swept back behind her ear on the same side as she sought to draw attention to her sparkling earrings. Her locks were swept towards the other side and the glossy and chic waves were swept over her shoulder.
Hilary decided to style her glossy and silky locks in a gorgeous semi wavy textured hairstyle, which was perfectly complemented by her sophisticated make up, including shiny pink lip color, shimmering rosy blush and black lined beautiful eyes.
Apply volume enhancing mousse onto your wet locks. Next, blow dry your locks using a large barrel brush that will give movement to your locks. Separate your locks in four section on the both sides. With a medium sized tongs, start working with sections from the ear downwards and from the front of the head on both sides. Curl one section in clockwise direction and next in alternate direction. To finish off, brush locks firmly with paddle brush on one side from front towards the crown of head.