Tuesday, 15 May 2012

Hairstyles for every hair type!

Hello !

Each one of us has a different type of hair , in terms of texture, style , length ...well, we have som ehairstyles here, choose one according to your hair type :) enjoy!

Curly : Messy Top Knot
On humid days when your curly hair are copletely unruly and just won't calm down, tie them up in a knot. Let some of your ringlets fall down and coat them with a shine of serum , for that extra shine in your hair.

Curly : Bouncy Blow Out
Ladies with curly hair who want to tone them down a little and go wavey, can use a large round hair brush, holding small sections of your hair , start blow drying downwards to avoid frizziness.Once you're done blow drying, take a curling iron rod and start curling from your ear side hair , downwards.

Curly : Half Up and Natural
Let your curls be, it's fun sometimes! But don't leave the frizz there , use a super moisturising shampoo and consitioner to tone them down . U can take some of your hair and tie them up , leaving the rest down as they are.

Curly: Slicked-Back Chignon
When you're so used to having lots of curls around your face, a sleek updo will make you feel ultra-chic. Start with hair that's been blown straight (you can also use a flatiron if your spirals are extra-thick), then backcomb at the crown for volume. Use a mixed-bristle brush to smooth hair back into a tight bun and mist with hair spray.

Fine: Straight and Shiny
For sleek, glossy locks like , start in the shower with a volumizing shampoo and a lightweight conditioner (apply it from your ears down). Then, mist damp hair with a root-lifting spray and blow-dry using a paddle brush.

Fine: Chic Updo
A bun would look gorge at a fancy event like a wedding.   ackcomb the crown for volume, then make a deep side part and pull hair into a low ponytail. Twist the pony into a smooth bun and secure with hairpins. Mist with hair spray for hold.
Fine: Soft Curls
It can be tricky to get fine, straight hair to hold a curl. The key is to apply a volumizing mousse to damp hair, then blow-dry it using your fingers. Next, mist two-inch sections of hair with a flexible hair spray before wrapping them around a wide-barrel curling iron.

Fine: Tousled Bedhead
If you want to add a touch of oomph to your naturally straight strands, start with a volumizing shampoo and conditioner. Then, saturate damp hair with a texturizing spray before blow-drying, using just your fingers to style.
Relaxed: Flipped-Out Waves
mist damp hair with a heat-protective spray before blow-drying with a large, round brush. Once hair is dry, wrap sections around a one-inch curling iron, winding them away from your face. Finish with a lightweight hair spray.

Relaxed: Sleek and Shiny
A straight blowout with a deep side part exudes major confidence. Get the look by applying a smoothing serum to damp hair and then blow-drying sections with a paddle brush. For a super-shiny finish, run a flatiron over your tresses.
Medium: pretty Pony Tail
backcomb your roots at the crown for lift before pulling your hair into an eye-level ponytail. Leave out your shorter pieces in the front. Run a lightweight styling cream over the length of the pony to smooth flyaways.

Medium: Textured Bun
If you have naturally wavy hair, use a curl-enhancing spray, then let it air-dry, or use a diffuser to bring out your natural texture. Then, gather everything into a high, loose bun and secure it with hairpins.

Medium: Accessorized Updo
adorn a bun or ponytail with an eye-catching headband. For added sex appeal, tease your roots at the crown and leave out some face-framing pieces.

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