Choosing the Right Hairstyle for the Bridesmaid

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Choosing the right hairstyle for the bridesmaid is almost just important as choosing what hairstyle the bride will wear. Most bridesmaids will want to have the same or similar look when they walk down the aisle because all eyes will be on them before the bride enters down the aisle. Bridesmaids hair should not upstage the bride’s hair as this is her day and she should be the main focus but that doesn’t mean that the bridesmaids shouldn’t have beautiful styled hair.

Bridesmaids can either wear their hair up with loose curls flowing down or they can wear their hair down with part of it pulled up and back. If the bridesmaids decided to wear their hair pulled up and back and a hair accessory is worn, it’s best to have all bridesmaids place the hair accessory on the same side. A really elegant style for a bridesmaid is for the hair to pulled up on top of the head with lots of curls and to place a slim jeweled headband near the front top of the hair. This is not only a beautiful style, but is also a simple one.

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The Great Pixie Cut

The Short Pixie Cut

Pixie hairstyles are short haircuts! With short hair, your face is emphasized more and the shorter hair becomes a picture frame around the face. With short pixie haircuts you can have some curls alongside the face and ears so the curls softly frame it then the pixie styled hair can be flipped up at the ends for a sassy look. The hair can have that pixie look to it and be very sassy and gamin.

Short hair is fun and easy to style. A good salon will give you a great pixie haircut. And remember that healthy hair grows about one half inch per month on average if you don’t like the short cut it will grow out and you can try one of the other 2015 in-styles.

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How To Avoid Split Ends

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Split ends are some of the most annoying things about hair that has ever existed. While there are many products that say they will fix your split ends, none of them actually can repair that much damage. At best, they can seal, smooth, and coat the break but it’s only a temporary fix. To fix split ends, avoid them. Here’s how.

1. Don’t brush wet hair. This will make your hair stretch, and if it’s wet, it can stretch up to 25%! This is when your hair is very vulnerable. Use a wide toothed comb to detangle your hair instead and comb very gently and evenly.

2. Avoid blow drying on a daily basis. This goes for curling irons, flat irons, and anything else that uses heat on your hair. Heat causes a lot of damage and will lead to split ends. If you can, let your hair air dry at least once a week.

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Hairstyles with Shorter Bangs

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I don’t know why, but bangs are often a fussy, touchy subject for women. If I hear one more woman say to me “I need my bangs cut,” “I hate my bangs,” or even “Where are your bangs?” I just might go on a rampage.

We can never seem to make up our minds about this part of our hair. If it gets too long, we want it clipped; if they’re too short, we want to grow it out. If they get boring, we have them cut in a style, and then we regret it three days later when we realize we’d rather have bangs like the girl in the picture who’s probably wearing a wig. And then there are some of us who just refuse to cut our bangs at all, bringing back fond memories of Captain Caveman.

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