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How do I do my Hair at work? or a wedding? is a common question asked by most of the girls. Formal Hairstyles always depend on occasions, and one should be prepared well in advance for any such occasion. If you have long hair a bun always looks classic. Neatly cropped hair can be blow dried and set with some styling products. Post in your views on what suits you best on any formal occasion!

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When I was comparing the two hairstyle: balayage vs ombre, it was a little confusing to me because I did not figure out the difference. In the end, I chose balayage, but later I wanted to changed the style, so I did the ombre then. Styling indeed did damaged to the hair and it took me great effort to fix that. I have tried Jojoba oil, castor oil and coconut oil. The benefits of coconut oil and Jojoba oil were surprising. And ever after that, I try not to style my hair. Instead, yes, I use hair extension. The price of best wigs online are quite adorable. 

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The Grown-Up Half-Up

Repurpose last night's mussed-up texture with an easy out-of-your-face style.

Step 1: Scoop It Up

In the morning, sweep the hair into a half-up, half-down style—leaving out two fine layers of hair to frame your face—and secure the ponytail with an elastic band.

Step 2: Invert It

Next, grasp the bottom of the ponytail, and, with your finger, tug a little at the elastic band to create an opening above it (see the previous picture for an example) and tuck and pull the bottom half of the ponytail through the space you've created. Re-adjust the elastic band so that your hair doesn't slip out.

Lidia Ortiz, you're on that one, that hair style always depends on occasion, and one should be prepared well in advance for any such occasion. And that's why when I tried my basic hair style from a famous website - it was ok, but nothing special, then I found another blog with all other hair styles, and was a little bit shocked how many great hair styles I found there. It's like you can change change hair style very 2 or 3 days and look always different.

it all depends on nature of your hair and shape of you hair. If you have a round shape hair then for a rough hairstyle. If you have a long face go for a clean hairstyle with short sides. i found some ideas Here. You can Checkout Stunning Medium Shag Haircuts and  to get some more ideas about hairstyles.

Why not use a wig, and get off the trouble?

The best hairstyles are those, which you can do by yourself.

y sister has been a hair dresser, and it's not so easy.

I used to have terrible hair as well... as it turned out that this was all due to improperly chosen forceps for leveling and curling hair.

Yeah, it's always great to make new hairstyles.

How many websites do you know about hairstyles?

Any ideas how I can handle my thick hair?

Looking for some new haircuts and hairstyles for them.


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