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Hollywood hair is preferred in Cardiff

Oct 12 2004

Claire Hill, Western Mail

 

HOLLYWOOD actresses Sharon Stone and Catherine Zeta-Jones are more likely to be seen on the streets of Cardiff but in Bristol it'll be Shell from Big Brother.

While the stars themselves might not be in the Welsh capital, their hair will be, as their perfectly coiffured looks are the most demanded in salons.

Other cities across the UK choose Big Brother "celebrities" or Brit singers such as Dido to look like but Wales looks straight to Hollywood.

Basic Instinct star Sharon Stone's, below, sharp crop and platinum colour is the style most requested by Cardiff girls, with Catherine Zeta-Jones's soft fringe coming a close second.

Salons across Britain were polled by Hair Style & Beauty magazine to find the results.

Cardiff salon Lara Johnson confirmed that their clients adore both these looks.

Owner Lara Johnson said, "Firm favourite Sharon Stone is back in the public eye.

"We have also been creating a similar look to suit longer styles, a longer crop with clean colour. And we can't forget Catherine Zeta-Jones."

Other cities plumbed for some weird and wonderful haircuts.

Manchester, Bristol and Glasgow wanted a long fringe like Shell from Big Brother, women in Sheffield wanted multi-toned streaks like Victoria Beckham and people in London want to emulate Sarah Jessica Parker.

 
 

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