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Wednesday, 23 October 2013

Simplest Way To Hairstyle.

Ponytail is the simplest way

"A ponytail is the simplest way to style the hair, making this perfect for a no-fuss bride who still wants to look elegant and polished," said Campora, who gave Alba this look for the Ralph Lauren spring 2013 show. "It allows you to move freely so it's comfortable, but this one is still timeless and classic." Campora specifically placed Alba's pony high up at the crown of the head and softly curled the tail to give it "bounce and movement like Jessica Rabbit," he said.

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Julianne Hough combines a braid in front and twists in the back for an intentionally unkempt style that feels more casual. "This would be a good alternate option for girls who want a natural-looking updo for a daytime beach wedding instead of the standard beachy waves," said Colon. Since it relies so heavily on bobby pins, Colon recommended this look for shoulder-length hair in particular. The other requirement? A beach spray, of course. Try Bumble and bumble Surf Spray
Kerry Washington demonstrates how to take a break from the traditional hair broach or tiara with a more fun and playful oversized bow (as seen on Louis Vuitton's spring 2013 runway). Takisha Sturdivant-Drew, the coiffeur behind the half-up 'do, stressed that placement is imperative when working with a bow. "It needs to sit on the side and not directly on top of the head," she said, explaining that the latter looks too Minnie Mouse rather than modern Madonna. Sturdivant-Drew recommended a voluminous bouffant and sideswept bangs to balance out the jumbo bow, and suggested curling the rest of the hair in opposite directions to keep the waves from settling into each other.