Rod Anker, Creative Director of Monsoon Salon and Spa and Vogue's Colorist of the Year, said that for the sangeet and ring ceremony, hair can be let loose. Also waves and loose buns bring out your hair's natural texture and give a totally natural look, he said. After taking a shower towel dry your hair and part it where you like it and if your curls tend to loosen out quickly, lightly run some styling foam or mousse through it, Anker explained. Monsoon Salon does rehearsals on bridal hairdos before executing the look on D-day. For instantly glamorizing your look with curls, begin by twisting your hair away from your face and every few minutes twist your hair away from your face in a wringing motion and continue twisting until hair dries, Anker added. A 'doughnut bun' is another hairstyle, which if piled right on top of your head gives the illusion of height, that is very in this season. You can get a doughnut ruffle from any accessory store.
And even though some of the hairstyles we chose were pretty awful, its hard to regret even our most cliche coif decisions, especially when we consider our reasons for making them. We cant help but feel a pang of nostalgia for that pink streak we got in art school to assert our individuality, or the time we experimented with bleach because we were depressed and convinced that being blonde would fix our life. In fact, if we had it to do all over again, we probably wouldnt change any of our hair history (even though westillhave split ends from that peroxide incident of 07). Heres a retrospective of 15 hairstyles every woman has tried at some point in her life, along with our motives and regrets. If youre ready to reminisce about the pros and cons of a midnight Manic Panic dye job, click on through to the gallery!
Buns at different heights, ballet buns, topknots and low set on the nape will be in too as will braiding is always huge this time of year. Here are the top five looks for the forthcoming season as suggested by Trodden: * Milkmaid braided bun: One of the classiest hairdos - the milkmaid braid, is an epitome in itself. The milkmaid braid oozes innocence and an underlying sensual awareness that not many hairstyles in themselves can muster. Such a style has been spotted both on the street and on the runway. * Low ponytails: From the hassle-free to the extravagant, from daytime to evening, the low ponytail is amongst the hairstyles to master for your spring 2014 hair repertoire.
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"The secret for a voluminous style is the prep," Fugate says. "The hair is most likely set in hot rollers or with a curling iron." Once curls or waves are set, stylists make sure not to over-apply hairspray. "The tackiness in sprays actually pulls out curls," Fugate says. "You only use spray at the last minute for hold, but not for prep." Instead, a thermal spray like John Frieda Frizz Ease Heat Defeat Protecting Spray is applied before using a curling iron. PHOTOS: Stars' Oscars red carpet evolutions When creating elaborate hairstyles like Watson's braided updo at the LA premiere of The Bling Ring back in June 2013, stylists get a little help from extensions. "Braids can get messy if the hair is overly layered," Fugate tells Us. "Extensions always thicken up every style and can aid braided styles because they make the look polished." PHOTOS: My first time at the Oscars Stars' shiny hair isn't just a lighting trick: They indulge their locks before hitting a red carpet with deep conditioners.
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But this style can be tweaked in many different ways to still look as fun. (Photo:REUTERS ) Anna Sui: This Spring 2014 hairstyle is fairly easy. Start with beach waves, which you can create with a flat iron. Make sure the iron is not too hot because it will make the curls look dented. Place a section of the hair in the iron, and then fold it special occasion dresses backward away from your face for a few seconds. Youll have to do it a few times down the hair. After that, all you need is a floral crown.
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The girls on Girls have certainly grown and changed over the past three seasons. As Hannah, Marnie, Shoshanna, and Jessa continue on their journies of self-discovery, apparently their hair is as well. When hairstylist Sherry Heart first began working with the show on season one, she received notes that the characters needed to be messier and more real-looking.' "It was against my instinct to make them so messy, as a hairstylist for film and television," Heart told Refinery29 . "Now that the characters are somewhat more evolved, I can produce more stylized looks for them." Heart continues by discussing the dynamics of each characters hairstyles and how they reflect the individuals personalityfor example, Hannah's new bob, a result of her OCD breakdown the season before, is easy to maintain now that she is consumed with writing. Marnie's polished look, on the otherhand, mirrors her attempt to keep her mental stability intact.
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