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Embrace The Summer Season With Simple Stylish Hair Options And Pretty Summer Dresses

4 Jul

1. A Side of Glamour Girl: Take a cue from stylist Jordan M.’s look at the Alexander Berardi spring ’11 show and pull loose waves into an easy, breezy take on the low pony—just sweep it to the side. A delicate, lacy dress rounds out the romantic, Brigitte Bardot-inspired vibe.

The Hair: The side pony at Alexander Berardi spring ’11. Image courtesy of Bumble and bumble.

The Dress: Asos Salon Lace Shift Dress, $258.59, available at Asos.

The Products: Bumble and bumble Thickening Hairspray, $26, available at Bumble and bumble; Sedu Revolution Clipless Curling Iron, $199.99, available at Folica.com.

2. Parisian Prep: Add some volume at the crown and a sleek headband for a modern take on a ’60s ponytail. Blow-dry gel keeps hair soft and frizz-free, and a touch of hairspray locks the style in place. Since the look is simple, choose a dress with a vibrant pattern.

The Hair: A retro-inspired ponytail at Valentino fall ’11. Images by Matt Lever for Redken.

The Dress: BCBG Taja Printed Strapless Minidress, $238, available at BCBG.

The Products: Redken Velvet Gelatine 07 Cushioning Blow-Dry Gel, $17, visit Redken for locations; L. Erickson USA Ultra Comfort Headband Silk Shantung in Noir, $24, available at France Luxe.

3. Braided Beauty: For the hottest days (and nights), this French braid-bun combo gets your hair completely out of the way while mixing a little edge with elegance. Plus, it’s a perfect style for second-day hair, and it works with bangs, too. (Just start the braids closer to the hairline to incorporate shorter bangs.) Pair it with a patterned dress for an extra dose of the wild side.

The Hair: Braids at Nanette Lepore fall ’11. Image courtesy of Moroccanoil.

The Dress: Marc by Marc Jacobs Printed Silk Dress, $280, available at Net-A-Porter.

The Products: Moroccanoil Luminous Hairspray, $21, visit Moroccanoil for salons; Oscar Blandi Pronto Instant Glossing Cream, $19, available at Sephora.

4. Flower Girl: We love a good hair accessory, but really the only acceptable time to rock a flower is in the summer, or at a wedding. So, follow Marc Jacobs’ ’70s glam lead and go with sexy volume and a flower tucked behind the ear. Keep the focus on the hair and pick a simple ensemble with clean lines—feel free to amp up the disco feel with a one-shoulder dress.

The Hair: Marc Jacobs spring ’11 image by Matt Lever for Redken.

The Dress: J.Crew Toga Dress, $150, available at J.Crew.

The Products: Goody English Rose Clips, $5.49 each, available at Target; Tigi Catwalk Root Boost Spray Mousse, $14.95, available at Tigi; L. Erickson USA Silk Charmeuse Confetti Flower Clip in Shoal, $198, available at France Luxe.

5. Updated Beach Hair: Without a doubt, textured beach hair is the style of the summer. Take the look one step further—and help keep your hair off your face—with a side swoop anchored with a small, fishtail braid. (You can add a beach spray to damp hair and air-dry, or spray on dry hair for a dose of texture). A flowy maxi-dress rounds out the beachy, boho aesthetic.

The Hair: Beachy, swooped, and braided at Rodarte fall ’11. Image courtesy of Aveda.

The Dress: Calypso Embroidered Maxi Dress, $375, available at Calypso St. Barth.

The Products: Aveda Phomollient Styling Foam, $15, available at Aveda; Oliver Ifergan Atelier Day At The Beach Sea Spray, $24.77, available at Oliver Ifergan.

6. Your High-ness: A high, sleek ponytail meets the classic braid is a quick and easy, warm weather-approved ‘do. The tricks to getting that height? Stylist Rodney Cutler recommends blow-drying roots away from the face in a slightly upward direction and securing hair with a bungee cord to keep it in place.  And make sure to balance out the intensity of the pulled-back look with a brightly colored maxi-dress.

The Hair: A high, sleek braid at Carlos Miele fall ’11. Images by Adam Lerner for Cutler.

The Dress: Nicole Miller Water Washed Georgette Strapless Gown, $106, available at Nicole Miller.

The Products: Cutler Volumizing Spray, $21, available at Cutler; Ricky’s Bungee Invispin, $4.99, available at RickysNYC.

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Summary: During the summer season it’s pretty natural to want to wear a light pretty dress every day of the week. It’s nice to embrace the beautiful weather while it lasts.

For women with longer hair, there are options other than the go-to ponytail or banana clip for a simple summer hairstyle – one that keeps your hair out of your face, is low-maintenance and still looks stylish despite the havoc the Valley’s harsh climate can cause.

Not only are these styles easy, they rely on imperfection and messiness as key elements. Whether you want your hair down and wavy or up and out of the way, there is a style that could work for your next summer soiree.

Hairstyle Trends: How To Make A Bow Hairstyle For The Holiday’s

6 Dec

How To Make A Hair Bow

The newest trends in hairstyles are supporting the most edgy hairstyles ever and the most colorful ideas to make unique looks. The haircuts, the styles, everything is going into extremes.

The bow hairstyle is one of the edgy but cool hairstyles that got a hit since Lady Gaga and few other celebrities sported it. Here’s a short tutorial to make it yourself.

People can use hair bows to convey their fashion sense. Young girls and adult women both look good while sporting these simple so far very beautiful fashion accessories.

By learn how to make hair bows, they can look stylishly good and cool at any time they desire.

It is very easy to make and can be used even in normal days as well as in particular occasions. There are really hundreds of styles to select from when make hair bows.

Take a 1 ½ breadth satin ribbon and cut it into two pieces. The pieces should be 24 and 5. Then taking the 24 satin piece, make the initially loop.

Make a different loop by bringing the satin around the back. Bring it over the front. Taking the thread, softly wrap the mid part of the bow. Now pull the thread, till the centre is satisfactorily pinched. Sow the plastic barrette into the back part of the bow in the centre. Now take the 5th part and fold the edges back and make an easy knot.

Steps for How to Make Hair Bows

Required Tools:

  • Fabric shears or sharp scissors
  • Glue gun
  • 1 bottle of Fray-check
  • Measuring tape
  • Sewing needle

Tips:

  • Use various shades or prints of ribbon for a unique, personalized flair. For instance, use ribbon featuring a favorite university or professional sports team.
  • Don’t get glue on the middle part of your bow, or you will be incapable to attach the hair barrette or clip.
  • Utilize caution with warm glue guns to avoid being burned.

Hair Bows Instructions

Secure the bow to headband or barrettes. Use the warm glue gun and glue. Apply a little dab of glue to the center protected knot made in step four then attach the glued area to the barrette or headband. Hold securely to allow the glue to dry.

Pull tight while leaving the tails loose. Pull equally so that your bow doesn’t end up lopsided or too loose.

Tape the center point of the ribbon to the table. If you are using more than one ribbon in concert then protected all of them with separate pieces of tape.

Summary: Have you ever gotten tired of having long hair?  It’s the same thing every day, isn’t it?  If it isn’t down, it’s tied up in a ponytail.  Well, here’s news for you: there are hair up-dos that is sure to meet your ideas of modern hair styles, easy hair styles, and cool hair styles.

With the Holiday’s here and many of us who are looking for something totally different. Why not wear a hair bow using your own hair. It is the hottest hairstyle trend right now.

With Hello Kitty being many of our reason’s why we love hair bow’s came across my favorite hair guru who posted up her very own hair bow video. From there decided to share it with all of you!

Andrea’s Choice has been someone that create’s a fun edge to fashion, make up and hair for me for about a good year now. With that said watching her video of How to make a hair bow. It’s easy and it’s fun and you have to admit it’s darn right cute for the Holiday Season!

Depending on your style and taste, there are many hairstyle up-dos out there just waiting for you to try it.  For the reserved and conventional girls, a messy bun, a neat bun, or a sleek ponytail is usually the pick.

However, for those who are more daring and outgoing, what they seek out are the popular hair styles that their favorite fashion icon or celebrity is sporting.

For those who wants to have the traditional classic look, it is always as it is, classic.  These hairstyle updos never go out of style – they are preserved in the fashion world as timeless, vintage, and chic.

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