Elizabeth Beisel Hair | Celebrity Hairstyle of the Week

In light of the 2012 Summer Olympics, I decided to choose Elizabeth Beisel as my Celebrity Hairstyle of the Week.

This week, I chose Olympic silver medalist, Elizabeth Beisel for my celeb hairstyle of the week...

For those of you that don’t know who she is, she won the silver medal in the 2012 London Olympics for the 400m individual medley (aka “swimming”).

This week, I chose Olympic silver medalist, Elizabeth Beisel for my celeb hairstyle of the week...

She seems really down to earth and cool in the interviews I’ve watched, which makes me like her even more.

Most of all, I just really love her hair. It is definitely her natural curl and I don’t think she does much to it. I mean, she spends countless hours a day training and is always in the water, so why would she worry about styling her hair? Luckily for her, she was blessed with an amazing mane that requires little maintenance. Out of all of the Olympic Athletes this year, she definitely has the best hair.

This week, I chose Olympic silver medalist, Elizabeth Beisel for my celeb hairstyle of the week...

Want Hair Like Elizabeth Beisel’s?

If you want hair like Elizabeth Beisel’s hair, but don’t have natural curl, I’d recommend a perm. Even though her hair is natural, she has perfect ringlet curls that can easily be produced with a perm. Be careful though, not to perm bleached hair (like hers appears to be), because it will really fry your hair and may not hold the curl. If you want blonde and curls, go for a blonde color (which is different from bleach). Then to style it, just wash and wear. You could even go one step further and blow dry your hair using a diffuser and product designed for curly hair.

Learn more about here from TeamUSA.org.

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