Check out Shelley Fabares’s new haircut! She looks amazing and her hair has never looked better.
Shelley Fabares is an American singer and actor. She is known for her roles in Coach which aired from 1989 to 1997 and The Donna Reed Show from 1958 to 1963. She was the producer of the Screen Actors Guild Awards from 2004 to 2011.
She was nominated for the Laurel Awards in 1965. She has been nominated for the Primetime Emmy Award twice; once in 1993 and again in 1994.
She was honored by the Young Artist Foundation in 1994 for her role in The Donna Reed Show in the Former Child Star Lifetime Achievement Award category. She was nominated for a TV Land Award in 2004 for her role in The Donna Reed Show.
Shelley Fabares’s New Haircut
Who Is Shelley Fabares?
Michele Ann Marie Shelley Fabares was born on January 19th, 1944 in Santa Monica, California. She is Nanette Fabray’s niece who was an actress. Shelley Fabares’s career in acting began when he was just 3 years old.
When she was 10 years old, she made her TV debut with Letter to Loretta in 1954. She went on to star in many other TV shows such as Matinee Theatre and movies such as Marjorie Morningstar.
She landed a role in The Donna Reed Show in 1958 as Mary Stone and instantly found the audiences loved her. Her popularity skyrocketed and she ended up with a recording contract.
She sang Johnny Angel which sold more than 1 million copies and became gold certified. She released three more albums after that called Shelley!, The Things We Did Last Summer and Teenage Triangle.
She was then offered leading roles in movies such as Girl Happy and Ride the Wild Surf among others. As she wasn’t offered movie roles in the 60s, she went back to guest star in numerous TV shows such as The Interns and The Ghost & Mrs. Muir.
There was a time when she didn’t get work. Then after a few years, she started to get offers in TV shows, TV films, and movies. In 1989 she was offered the role in Coach and this was another hit show.
What Is The Name Of The Latest Shelley Fabares Haircut?
Shelley Fabares has a choppy bob haircut with a soft blunt fringe that has longer sections on the sides. She takes the hairstyle a step further by styling it with hair products.
This adds more dimension to the choppy bob haircut and makes it come to life. To be honest, we are totally digging the colorful hair look that she has and we think the entire haircut looks fabulous.
The choppy bob haircut is customizable because you get to decide the length of the layers depending on the texture of your hair and what feels comfortable to you. It is a bold style that looks great with or without fringe.
Famous haircuts of Shelley Fabares
Shelley Fabares has tried numerous haircuts in her career. Here are her most popular ones.
One-Length Bob Haircut With Bangs
Bob haircut was always a classic haircut and she has a beautiful one-length bob haircut with side-swept bangs. The one-length bob haircut is framing her face so nicely that it looks perfect on her. If you are looking for a short haircut, try the bob.
Lob With Curtain Bangs
Shelley Fabares had a lob with curtain bangs that framed her face very well. If you want to frame your face a certain way then you can add more layers according to the features you want to accentuate and features you want to take away the focus from.
Layered Bob Haircut
Her layered bob haircut is worthy of praise because of how well it is done. It is one of the popular haircuts back then because of the power the haircut holds. It is classy and fun mixed into one while being super trendy.
Steps In Getting A Choppy Bob Haircut
Shelley Fabares’s haircut is amazing and if you want the same haircut at home then here is a tutorial explaining the process in depth. Before you start, make sure your hair is damp.
Step 1: Section your hair
Make a triangular section in the fringe area first and either secure it with a clip or braid it. Then create a middle part. Now you want to make another section from the crown to the edge of the fringe triangle you created earlier.
This is the second section. Repeat this on the other side. You now have three sections in total while the hair on the back of the head is another fourth section.
Step 2: Cut the back diagonally
Take a thin section of hair at the back of the head, comb it, lift it, and start cutting slightly diagonally until you reach the length you want.
Continue taking thin vertical sections and cutting your hair at the back this way. Keep in mind the head shape so that your hair doesn’t look disconnected. You want the hair to blend so that the texture is visible.
Step 3: Cut the top layers
To cut the top layer, lift it all and get a section from the back of your head that you cut recently. Now using point-cutting you will cut the hair so that the top layer blends with the hair on the back of your head.
Repeat this on the other top layer section that you created in the first step. Take your time when you do this and trim a bit of hair at a time.
Step 4: Cut the fringe
Cut the fringe by combing your hair and then using haircutting scissors to cut your fringe straight. Make sure that you leave the corners longer as you see on Shelley Fabares if you want that curtain bangs to look. You can use the point-cutting method to add texture to your fringe and make it appear choppy.
The choppy bob haircut is a fun haircut that is suitable for every individual who doesn’t want to opt for the usual symmetrical bob. The choppy haircut’s charm lies in the layers.
In Shelley Fabares’s case, she has fringe that is longer on the edges making the haircut even better and stylish.
Getting a choppy haircut at home is a little challenging for beginners but if you have cut your hair a few times it will be much easier for you. Do you think you are ready for this challenge?
Hey there! I’m Joanne. I’m a hair stylist by the day and a beauty blogger by the night. My hairstyling journey leaped when I started writing blogs on different topics related to the same.