Laura H. Prepon
Laura was born on March 7, 1980.
Watchung, New Jersey, USA
Actress, film producer, model
Natural Hair Color
She naturally has red hair.
In 2005, she dyed them blonde for one of her movies.
To play Alex Vause in the “Orange Is the New Black,” she dyed her hair black in 2013. So, she keeps changing her hair according to the needs of the character in movies and television shows.
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Laura Prepon looked elegant and gorgeous in a white gown, which had a sheer bodice with embellished detail and flared out skirt, as she made a classy statement on the red carpet at the 2016 Screen Actors Guild Awards held at the Shrine Auditorium on January 30, 2016 in Los Angeles. On the red carpet, she was joined by her Orange Is The New Black co-star Laverne Cox.
The 35 year old beauty decided to wear her brunette locks in a sleek hairdo, which was a perfect match for her elegant attire that accentuated her hourglass figure in a beautiful way.
The October Road star decided to style her medium length locks in a gorgeous chic hairdo, which was complemented by her minimal pale make-up, the focal point of which was a light orange and shiny lip color.
Side Swept Loose Locks
The Men at Work actress decided to coif her lustrous tresses in a chic side swept loose locks hairstyle. Her locks were parted on the extreme left with hair on the same side brushed back and tucked behind ears to show off glamorous dropped earrings. Her hair were swept to the other side and gathered over her shoulders, ending in gorgeous curls and waves.
For her stylish outing, Laura decided to wear her locks in a messy straight textured hairstyle, that strengthened the classy chic element of her appearance.
If you have naturally oily and limp hair, wash your curls before curling. The oily texture often negatively affects the curling process. Use washing and conditioning products that have volumizing properties as well. However, if you hair isn’t oily, you can skip washing. Just apply a dry shampoo to your roots to give extra lift. The type of hair products you use, go long way in defining the quality of your curls.