Hoshi's style (Star Trek Enterprise)

Hoshi's style (Star Trek Enterprise)

Joined: March 30th, 2003, 12:27 am

October 24th, 2003, 11:15 pm #1

Star Trek fans will know Hoshi Sato - she is the communications officer at Enterprise, a really cute asian lady with long dark hair (played by Linda Park).
She almost always wears the same hair style, which I think is very pretty. I finally tried to copy tonight - turned out okay, although I'm afraid I can't compete with her thick, glossy asian hair.



This is how I did it:
- gather a narrow stripe of hair right at the top of your head, from hair line to crown. Brush forward or clip out of the way.
- gather the rest of the upper section (what you would use for a simple half up style, just without the hair you just clipped away) and secure with a small barrette at the crown.
- carefully brush the first section back and down, hiding the barrette.
- secure all hair in a low ponytail (Hoshi wears an elastic usually, my pic shows a FL barrette).

Variations: braid or low bun instead of ponytail. You can't just keep it loose, since the hair on top of the head wouldn't stay in place. I had a hard time keeping the neat anyway, I guess it would work better on thicker hair - you could use an even narrower stripe for the top section and still have enough hair to hide the barrette. If I wanted to wear that style for any length of time I'd probably have to use a little hair spray.

Cheers,
Madeleine

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October 25th, 2003, 4:26 pm #2

I am sure you will get a lot of compliments wearing that lovely style.

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Joined: October 5th, 2003, 2:26 pm

October 25th, 2003, 8:36 pm #3

Star Trek fans will know Hoshi Sato - she is the communications officer at Enterprise, a really cute asian lady with long dark hair (played by Linda Park).
She almost always wears the same hair style, which I think is very pretty. I finally tried to copy tonight - turned out okay, although I'm afraid I can't compete with her thick, glossy asian hair.



This is how I did it:
- gather a narrow stripe of hair right at the top of your head, from hair line to crown. Brush forward or clip out of the way.
- gather the rest of the upper section (what you would use for a simple half up style, just without the hair you just clipped away) and secure with a small barrette at the crown.
- carefully brush the first section back and down, hiding the barrette.
- secure all hair in a low ponytail (Hoshi wears an elastic usually, my pic shows a FL barrette).

Variations: braid or low bun instead of ponytail. You can't just keep it loose, since the hair on top of the head wouldn't stay in place. I had a hard time keeping the neat anyway, I guess it would work better on thicker hair - you could use an even narrower stripe for the top section and still have enough hair to hide the barrette. If I wanted to wear that style for any length of time I'd probably have to use a little hair spray.

Cheers,
Madeleine

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I'm going to try that. Maybe with a bun,

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Joined: September 19th, 2003, 3:35 am

October 26th, 2003, 7:30 pm #4

Star Trek fans will know Hoshi Sato - she is the communications officer at Enterprise, a really cute asian lady with long dark hair (played by Linda Park).
She almost always wears the same hair style, which I think is very pretty. I finally tried to copy tonight - turned out okay, although I'm afraid I can't compete with her thick, glossy asian hair.



This is how I did it:
- gather a narrow stripe of hair right at the top of your head, from hair line to crown. Brush forward or clip out of the way.
- gather the rest of the upper section (what you would use for a simple half up style, just without the hair you just clipped away) and secure with a small barrette at the crown.
- carefully brush the first section back and down, hiding the barrette.
- secure all hair in a low ponytail (Hoshi wears an elastic usually, my pic shows a FL barrette).

Variations: braid or low bun instead of ponytail. You can't just keep it loose, since the hair on top of the head wouldn't stay in place. I had a hard time keeping the neat anyway, I guess it would work better on thicker hair - you could use an even narrower stripe for the top section and still have enough hair to hide the barrette. If I wanted to wear that style for any length of time I'd probably have to use a little hair spray.

Cheers,
Madeleine

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Joined: March 30th, 2003, 12:27 am

October 29th, 2003, 11:00 pm #5

... I don't check the Styling Station often.
Thank you Lady Hillingdon, I actually think my skin is one of my best features ... I try to keep it out of the sun (I'd only get freckles anyway )

Cheers,
Madeleine

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http://www.haarkram.e-something.de

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