Tailor Swift Hairstyles


Tailor Swift Hairstyles

Tailor Swift’s hair is absolutely envious. She might jump out of her normal routine and wear it flat and straight, which looks fine, but her hair is naturally curly. Those ringlets you see on the red carpet are hers. Yeah, I’m jealous too!

You’ll hardly ever see the pretty singer without getting an eyeful of those gorgeous curls. Sometimes she manipulates them into being tight or loose, but they’re never too big or too little. They’re always just right.
Tailor Swift’s Lovely Curly Hair

Of course, she doesn’t just wake up and have perfect hair, though it looks like she does. If you’re wondering how to get that effortless, tame ringlet look, try these pointers:
For naturally curly or wavy hair, use a leave in conditioner. You can even mix it with your favorite texturizing product. Apply it from the ears downward; leave the top alone.
Taylor Swift's Grammy awards 2010 hairdo

To prevent frizz, don’t touch your hair while blow drying. Use a long finger diffuser attached to your blow dryer and go through your hair slowly, not combing but supporting strands so that they can dry evenly. If your hair is thin and needs volume, bend over at the waist and blow dry your hair from the roots up.

If your hair is naturally straight, you’ll need a curling iron to get this look. Try something with a barrel that’s at least 1” thick. You don’t necessarily have to have tight curls; remember the looser they are the more natural it looks. Finish it off with a good natural hold hairspray. If you need shine, you can add a drop of serum to the roots, but let the curls shine on their own.
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Hair Shade Trends 2010

Hair Shade Trends 2010

This year actually has a hair shade trend that I want to try: plum highlights. That actually makes me want some fruit too, but plum highlights sound great because my hair is already a dark shade. I’ve always wanted to try this. Sounds silly, but now I have an excuse to.

Not that crazy bright plum either, but a deep plum, the kind that’s sophisticated and classy. Actually, I might run out and get it done later on today. That’s how giddy I am about it.

Look for darker shades of brown this year, like rich chocolates, cocoa and even mahogany. Since the shade trends are dark, you’re going to see vibrant, deep reds, like mahogany, and even deeper shades of blonde. Except maybe in California, where for some reason sun-streaked strands are still relatively normal.

If you’re going to go blond, try for a honey color. That’s a nice medium between light and dark. You can even go darker, if you’d like; some blond colors are actually closer to brunette than they are to actual blond. Those shades look natural, and are soft, not harsh, so you probably won’t wind up asking what possessed you to do it a day later. Plus, going severely light on your hair all at once, may damage it. With a darker color blond, you’re saving your hair from drying out, becoming brittle and/or breaking.

Don’t be shocked if you see a couple of lavender hues round about town either. In fact, applaud, because that woman is bolder than I’ll ever be, and she probably looks good with it.

Summer Hairstyles For Wavy Hair 2010


Summer Hairstyles For Wavy Hair 2010

Wavy hair is beautiful and there are many women who have straight hair who are desperately trying to find ways to achieve the right wavy look. However, if you have naturally wavy hair, then you know that it can be nearly impossible to find the perfect hairstyle. It’s hard to find a good haircut that is versatile as well as easy to take care of when you have wavy hair. One reason for this is that naturally wavy hair is thicker than most other hair types.

Layers are one of the best things
you can do when you have naturally wavy hair. Layers will help you lessen the weight of your hair, while making it much easier to manage. Layers are excellent ways to add more color to your hair, since you can highlight certain layers only, or even add streaks of bright colors if you want. Layers are also easily worn short or long. Another good cut for wavy hair is a razor cut. This adds some nice texture to wavy hair, and is perfect if you’re looking for a short style, such as a bob.

Flexible styles are key when you have wavy hair, so that you can easily dress your hair up or down depending on the occasion. For this purpose, blunt cuts are very popular. These cuts have straight bangs and the sides of the hair are all evenly cut. Another great way to show off your waves while still being easy to manage are updos and half updos – keep the hair straight in some sections to really make a style statement.
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Best Hairstyles Ideas For 2010, Summer Edition

Best Hairstyles Ideas For 2010, Summer Edition

2010 is all about being yourself, and nothing is more you than your hair. This year, feel free to break away from the everyday and try something totally new. Long hair is very much in style for 2010. One great style is to use a blow dryer to straighten your hair instead of a curling iron. Not only will you damage your hair less, but you’ll get a softer, much more natural look.
Best Hairstyles For 2010

This is easy to do – blot your hair after you wash it. Remove the blow dryer nozzle and then sweep your hair from side to side using your fingers while you blow dry, and when it’s almost dry, reattach the nozzle. Work in three in sections and pull them to the side with a paddle brush. To keep the hair tight, use your thumb on the bristles. Now just run your dryer up and down each section until it is dry – this gives you a beautiful look fit for a queen!
Best Hairstyles For 2010

Yes, the bun is still around in 2010, but this year it’s made younger and much sexier. If you’re hair is naturally wavy, just let it air dry, but if it isn’t, use a large curling iron and make loose waves.
Best Hairstyles For 2010

Gather your hair at the nape of your neck (let it be loose) and twist it once, just to that the bun drapes low. Use bobby pins wherever you need them to make the bun stay in place. Don’t try to be perfect – this look is all about comfort and beauty. It’s a great look for a casual date, or just to keep your hair out of your face while you look pretty.
Best Hairstyles For 2010

For those of you with naturally wavy hair, rest assured many people are jealous of you. Waves are beautiful, and very popular in 2010. No matter your hair’s length, waves look great. To get waves, use your hands and spread mousse all over your hair while it’s still damp. Blow dry it using a round brush, then roll big sections up in a 1-inch curling iron. You can also use hot curlers if you want. Make sure that you leave the ends out! When you’re done, break up the curls with your fingers so that your hair has lots of volume.
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Popular Hairstyles This Summer 2010


Popular Hairstyles This Summer 2010
Some things are always going to be in style, like chocolate, Sean Connery, reality TV, and owning a cat. And some hairstyles are universal. Curls, short, long, layers – there are many to chose from. But surprisingly, one of the most popular trends for this summer
2010
is medium hair length.
Medium Wavy Hairdo For Summer 2010

Long hair take a back seat, because this year women want their hair to be just right. Medium hair offers versatility long hair doesn’t. It’s not quite as hard to maintain and doesn’t take as long to style, nor is it stuck in one particular style like short hair is. Anything can be done to medium hair and it can be worn in any style. Medium straight hair is often portrayed as laying flat on the face, framing and giving the eyes a dramatic curtain to look through. And believe it or not, curls actually look better on medium hair, and last longer. Because of the length, it is less likely that the curls will fall out, and can even hold up for as much as two weeks or more. If your hair is thin, a medium length would be a good fit for you. Long, thin hair often demands thickening through extensions or otherwise, but medium thin hair can be worn as is, straight, without having much to worry about or fuss over. If your hair is thick, a short length might come out much too poodle-like, but a medium length will give your hair just the room it needs to behave the way you want it to.
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What Your Facial Hair Really Says About You



What Your Facial Hair Really Says About You

When choosing how to style your facial hair a number of factors may influence your decision from how your father wore his, to what is appropriate for the office. Whatever your motivation, you should get to know what your facial hair really says about you.
Men all over the world have facial hair, some more than others, but what makes the difference is how you style it. Being clean-shaven shows that you care about grooming when it comes to your appearance. A full beard on the other hand says that shaving is not really on the top of your list. What makes the difference is how it looks. If you have a full beard that is trimmed and in good shape it shows that you don’t have the time. If your beard is scruffy and starting to resemble steel wool, it shows you just don’t care about your appearance. From clean-shaven to a full beard there are an infinite amount of ways to style your facial hair. A goatee says that you work hard and play hard, and you can always find a balance between the two. It also shows that you can be confident without being overbearing. A moustache shows that you are mature or more masculine, but in a more reserved sort of way. Stubble shows that you are a relaxed guy who does care about your appearance when you have the time, but that there are more important things in life. Extended sideburns, or mutton chops, says that you are not afraid to experiment and that you are willing to rebel against what looks good in the name of art and creativity. Getting to know what your facial hair really says about you is a great way to choose the right style for you and your personality.
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Real World Hair Trends



Real World Hair Trends


The Real World has been one of the most popular television shows for over 10 years. Each season has a brand new cast of men and women. As the years have gone by, the hair trends have changed. This typically happens as the generations change. A lot of these changes have to do with the amount of technology that we have at our fingertips. Take a look at the most common type of hair trends for the Real World cast.

The girls that are cast are typically the same on the show. Most of the time, we are always looking to watch interesting people. You will have the jocks, the sorority girls and the stranger people. Everyone within the house is supposed to either mesh together nicely or even clash. It has been proven that styles and hair trends on people can actually class. Those who are considered to be strange might be emo or indie. These styles are typically full of those who love music and love to be natural. Look for either choppier hair on both girls and boys. For the sporty ones on the show, you will see them with longer hair. Most of the girls have longer layers in their hair. This helps to shape the face and it has become very popular.

Hair trends are being started all over the world. We love to watch television and the Real World is one of the bet forms of entertainment out there. It should come as no surprise that we would look at the various hair trends that come out of the show.
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Best Pageant Hairstyles in 2010

Best Pageant Hairstyles in 2010

Beauty pageants are very popular, and not just with young girls. Teens and young adults also enjoy participating in beauty pageants, and it can be difficult to find the perfect hairstyle to wear during a pageant. If you’re going to be in a pageant that requires a lot of wardrobe changes, then you’ll want to go with hairstyles that are low maintenance, such as pony tails, braids, or even just simple, upsweeps. These looks can be made extremely attractive and pretty, without making you seem too plain.

The best styles
are those that leave room for a tiara or crown, and that are as natural as possible. Cascading curls are great for anyone with thin hair. This medium length style will let you do many accessories, and will let you make a ponytail if you need to for something casual. A ponytail with just the top portion pulled back is great if you want a look that is pretty, casual, and just a little more maintenance. Curl the hair that is loose, and have side wisps or a bang for a beautiful look.

Updos are great if you won’t have to change hairstyles. Don’t have bun at the nape of the neck, because if you then wear a tiara it will tilt forward. Instead, choose a style that has your hair curled, pinned, or folded right on the crown of your head. This is a great style to suit a tiara, and the hair will stay out of your way and beautiful. Make sure that you prepare for frizz in case you need to change clothes with at least a brush to tame your hair if need be.
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