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    Sporting different variations of a choppy bob, Kris Jenner always keeps her haircuts age appropriate and extremely flattering. The 57 year old mother of six, always keeps her dark thick hair short, trying every look from the pixie cut to the shaggy crop with full bangs.

    Kim Kardashian's mother has been sporting her hair at the same length for a long time, because if it works, why try and fix it? "I love my short hair and like it to be really fresh and clean", said Kris Jenner, explaining her preference for shorter cuts.

    Kris Jenner's Haircut

    While her haircut is sometimes shaggy, sometimes gently layered and texturized, Kris Jenner is a bit fan of bangs, but doesn't always wear them in the most flattering ways.

    Heavy bangs with a lot of volume on top have popped up regularly amongst Kris Jenner's hairstyles, but wispy side-swept bangs work much better for her face, according to her experienced stylists.

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    Kris Jenner's Hairstyle

    Most of Kris Jenner's hairstyles generally stick to the same lines, that flatter her face most of the time and keep the Kardashian matriarch looking young and sophisticated.

    Whether the 57 year old is sporting a layered razor cut or a side parted straight cut, her style is often reminiscent of a bob. The short choppy layered look flatters her oval face perfectly and while some people call it a boy cut, Kris Jenner's style is a great haircut for women over 50 who want to stay stylish without too much daily maintenance.

    Kris Jenner Makeup Tips

    Hair is very important to Kris Jenner, but makeup is equally important for her style, so most Kris Jenner's haircuts are perfectly balanced with her favorite makeup style.

    "I'm a fan of the smoky eye. It's become my signature style. It's less intense during the day but at night I go all out and play up the smoky look. I'm not a fan of colour for my eyes; I love blacks, greys and nudes and then I play this up with a black eyeliner. For me, it's important that the eyes and the lips never clash so I always team smoky eyes with nude lips. I also focus on accentuating my eyebrows as they frame your eyes and your face", she told Gulf News.

    Trying different Kris Jenner hairstyles is easy if you have the right face shape and a good stylist, but if you want similar makeup to the Kardashian mother, make sure you have the right tools.

    "It's really important for all women to own the right beauty tools: a great set of brushes can make all the difference. You have to start with a foundation and then build on it", added Kris Jenner.

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    Photo courtesy of Getty Images, PR Photos


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    Bangs are on their way out for good as the new teen boy hairstyles in 2013 feature shorter cuts that are more top-heavy. See the hottest new teen short hairstyles for boys that can get you noticed by the cool girls this year.

    After Justin Bieber and Zac Efron dropped the bangs the style seems to be going out or at least evolving towards side-swept bangs, the likes sported by Harry Styles and Louis Tomlinson from One Direction.

    Shorter cuts are in, but that doesn't mean you need to give up your cool 'do. The newest trends for teen boy hairstyles 2013 involved top-heavy haircuts even for the shortest cuts.

    Top-Heavy Teen Boy Hairstyles 2013

    Top-Heavy Teen Boy Hairstyles 2013Top-Heavy Teen Boy Hairstyles 2013


    From the layered top-crop to the side-top long-top, most trendy hairstyles for teenagers will need a lot of upkeep to look stylish. Make sure you get the hair products that work best from your hair and blow dry your hair to perfection.

    Volume in the center is essential for these hot news looks but you can experiment with different looks from the spiky crop to the peaked side-crop to find the best look for the shape of your face and forehead.

    Teen Short Hairstyles: Peaked Jagged

    Teen Short Hairstyles: Peaked JaggedTeen Short Hairstyles: Peaked Jagged


    Short and sweet, the peaked jagged is on its way to becoming one of the most popular teen boy hairstyles in 2013. Shorter on the sides and a bit longer on the crown, this will need the same attention as more top-heavy styles.

    Hairstyles for Teenagers: Straight Blowback

    Hairstyles for Teenagers: Straight BlowbackHairstyles for Teenagers: Straight Blowback


    Forget the buzz cut that doesn't need any maintenance. If you want some attention from the girls who keep an eye out for the newest trends at the Paris Fashion Week, this is a hot look bot boys this year.

    Controlled Curls for Teen Boy Hairstyles 2013

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    If you decide to keep your curls, you can get a clean look like James Franco with a curl-control cream that keeps everything in check. Boys with naturally curly hair should try this look that is neither messy or too short.

    Hairstyles for Teenagers: Tousled Layers

    Hairstyles for Teenagers: Tousled LayersHairstyles for Teenagers: Tousled Layers


    Showing off your mane doesn't mean letting your hair run wild and with tousled layers you can get one of the best teen boy hairstyles 2013. Pump up the volume in the front to keep it in line with the other hot teen hairstyles of the season and push the longer strands backwards for clean look in the front.

    Teenage boys have plenty of choices based on the newest hairstyles of 2013 and a well chosen haircut for boys will draw attention in all the right ways.

    Photos: Getty Images, PR Photos


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    Made famous by Olympic figure skater Dorothy Hamill in the '70s, wedge haircuts for women have evolved throughout the last few decades offering a variety of sophisticated looks. Find out more about the women's wedge haircut in all its variations, from high-maintenance crops to simpler hairstyles.

    While it originated from the bowl cut, the wedge has adapted to a variety of shapes that suit most face shapes but are primarily sported by women with naturally straight hair.

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    Wedge Haircuts for Women: Evolution

    Modern short wedge haircuts can feature different styles of bangs along with angled layers. Pixie style wedge haircuts can give a sophisticated look for younger women, but are also suited for older women with thinning hair.

    A good stylist can create the perfect wedge look with the right combination of layers and definition, but this hairstyle is also suited for messier looks and bright colors for a more alternative look.

    Layered Wedge Haircuts for Women

    If your hair is naturally wavy or curly, you can use a ceramic flat iron to straighten it and a shine serum to get the classic look or you can choose a more modern variety of women's wedge haircut that involves layers and good definition.

    Cut just above the ear with longer crown sections, the layered wedge works best with a side-part that gives it extra volume. Ask for choppy fringes and keep them styled in the right way for your face shape, just above the eyebrows for a great wedge look.

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    Women's Wedge Haircut with Bangs

    Short wedge haircuts for women can be styled with longer bangs if you have high cheekbones. If you want a well defined style, you can straighten sections of your bangs after blow drying your hair in the opposite direction of the one you plan on setting your lightly side swept bangs.

    Wedge Haircuts for Women: Styling

    Keeping your wedge in shape is harder if you go for one of the more classic looks and your hair would need a trim every 6 to 8 weeks to keep the desired shape.

    A more low-maintenance option is a slightly longer layered wedge hairstyle that doesn't need a lot of daily care and products since it can be easily set the right way if you use a paddle brush with boar bristles while you blow dry.

    Getting a well defined wedge with an extreme side part is the more elegant option and this look works best with long chandelier earrings for a great look on special occasions.

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    2013 Grammys hairstyles were all about laid-back glamour and lots of attitude. Check out the best celebrity hairstyles from the Grammy Awards 2013!

    The 55th Annual Grammy Awards held at the Staples Center on February 10, 2013 in Los Angeles, California, gathered some of the most important names in the music industry. Let's take a peek at the 2013 Grammys hairstyles as most celebs looked jaw droppingly beautiful.

    It's no secret that these types of red carpet events are a perfect source of inspiration for those in need of a muse when it comes to style as celebs are turning towards the best stylists for these events, so check out the best 2013 Grammys hairstyles and hairdos and draw inspiration for your new hairstyle look as it's never too early to start revamping your style!

    2013 Grammys Hair: Chic Updos

    Adele 2013 Grammys Hairstyles and HairdosTaylor Swift 2013 Grammys Hairstyles and UpdosAlexa Chung 2013 Grammys Hairstyles and UpdosKelly Rowland 2013 Grammys Hairstyles and Updos

    For a formal event or a special occasion, a chic updo hairstyle that oozes glamor and sophistication is always a great option to consider and there are quite a few updos among the 2013 Grammys hairstyles. Proving the look's versatility at the 2013 Grammy Awards were style icons Alexa Chung who opted for a loose updo and Taylor Swift who chose a lovely braided updo that extended from the back around the head with a lovely thin milkmaid braid.

    On the opposite side, Florence Welch, Ashanti, Kelly Rowland and Adele chose the classic path to style opting for classic glam updos, so explore your options and select a stylish refined and grown-up 'do that reflects your personality!

    2013 Grammys Hair: Natural and Glamorous

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    A look that never fails to deliver the right result relies on the juxtaposition of naturalness with glamor and celebs took advantage of the benefits this part glam, part bohemian hairstyle brings and rocked loose locks styled both straight and curly on the red carpet, proving once again that sometimes simplicity beats sophistication.

    Rocking the laid-back meets glamor look were singers Rihanna, Carrie Underwood, Katy Perry - who went for glossy glam loose curls and Jessica Biel who accompanied her hubby Justin Timberlake wearing her blunt bangs hairstyle sleek straight and glossy!

    2013 Grammys Hair: Gorgeously Simple

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    This easy-wear hairstyle trend has expanded from the sidewalk to the catwalk and now the red carpet as if styled on glossy, sleek straight hair, everyday hairstyles can look jaw-dropping, just take a peek at Beyonce's low and simple ponytail created on sleek straight, center parted hair and Jennifer Lopez's luscious top knot!

    The best thing about these hairstyles? They don't require high styling abilities and are far from being time consuming, so when in doubt or in need for a 10 minute hairstyle that looks hot, go for the ponytail or the top knot, depending on what you feel it suits your mood at the time!

    Photo courtesy of Getty Images


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  • 02/11/13--07:24: 2013 BAFTA Awards Hairstyles
  • For the 2013 BAFTA Awards hairstyles, it seems that casual chic was the main approach chosen by most of the beauties who wowed the audience on the red carpet.

    There were many celebrities dazzling at the 2013 EE British Academy Film Awards on Sunday (February 10) at the Royal Opera House in London, England. From loose buns and natural tresses to gorgeous waves, all proved that effortlessly chic can indeed look sexy. Glamorous without being intimidating, the 2013 BAFTA Awards hairstyles were carefree yet with a particular glitz.

    2013 BAFTAs Hair: Slicked Hairstyles

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    A slicked style makes a red carpet appearance anything but boring! The gelled look allows your face and makeup to become the center of attention while adding a jaw-dropping sophistication. Among the 2013 BAFTA Awards hairstyles, Jennifer Lawrence and Alicia Vikander rocked slicked tresses that were both stunning and seductive. On the other side, we could spot some uber-glam waves. Jessica Chastain and Laura Whitmore flaunted beautiful sultry waves with a perfect retro flare.

    2013 BAFTAs Hair: Easy-Chic Styles

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    No fuss or drama were the key words describing some of the hairstyle choices seen on the red carpet at the 2013 BAFTA Awards. Elizabeth Olsen, who was nominated for the EE Rising Star Award, seems to know what works and opted for a deep side parting and a naturally down style. If you want to get a loose wavy style, use the curling iron. When you're finished curling everything, loosen up your tresses with your fingers. Finish with a spritz of hairspray in order to keep the loose wave lasting.

    Sarah Jessica Parker has always impressed with her never-seen-before looks. This time, the actress opted for a sleek and straight hairstyle with center parting. So natural and stylish! Tousled yet elegant, the already classic pony proves once again why it is one of the top choices when it comes to easy yet chic entrances. Just check out Laura Bailey's messy yet dressy pony! Anne Hathaway, who won the award for Best Supporting Actress for her role as Fantine in 'Les Miserables', was absolutely gorgeous with her sexy short carefree hair.

    2013 BAFTAs Hair: Updos

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    Okay, there is no red carpet without the timeless bun. Reinvented and worn in an array of fashionable ways, the simple 'do is a classic style that has the incredible power to glam up any outfit. Gemma Arterton and Jennifer Garner were undoubtedly winners at the 2013 BAFTA Awards rocking a slightly undone yet fabulous version of the legendary bun. Annabelle Wallis' chic chignon screamed femininity and a silver-screen glam, while Amy Adams' high 'do was smooth and and ladylike!

    Photo courtesy of Getty Images, PR Photos


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    Choosing the perfect hair color for pale skin and brown eyes is a simple process once you figure out if your skin tone is warm or cool. Find out what hair color for fair skin and brown eyes works best for you, based on your skin tone and eye color differences.

    A warm skin tone is easy to recognize after the hue of the veins in your inner wrists. If they have a slightly green tint, you have a warm skin tone, if they're more blue, then your skin tone is cold. Once you know this important distinction about your skin, it's easier to choose hair colors for pale skin and brown eyes.


    How to Choose Hair Colors for Pale Skin and Brown Eyes

    When you have a very light skin tone, you can also go for a pale hair color. On a warm skin, you're better off choosing warmer color, but if you have a cold skin tone, you can opt for platinum blond, flaxen or champagne.

    Hair Color for Pale Skin and Light Brown Eyes

    If your brown eyes have a golden tint, you have more good options available and you can get away more easily with cooler colors. The best look might be a medium brown with lighter highlights. Choose blond highlights for more texture.

    How to Choose the Best Hair Color for Pale Skin and Brown Eyes


    Hair Color for Pale Skin and Darker Brown Eyes

    Dark brown eyes offer a great contrast with fair skin and the best looks involve natural colors, not too different from your natural hair color.

    You can also opt for cool colors but don't go too far with the right hue when you want to be a light blonde. If you choose a two-tone color, lowlights work best.

    Hair Colors for Fair Skin and Brown Eyes

    If your natural hair color is light brown or lighter, you can choose a very light color that will complement your skin. This works best with a warm skin tone.

    Bright red is one of the good hair colors for pale skin and brown eyes. Light or medium auburn can be a good look for you, especially if your eyes are light brown.

    Going very dark is another good choice for a Snow White look. Choose dark chestnut brown for great contrast with your skin, but stay away from black with blue hues if you don't have a cold skin tone.

    No matter what hair color for pale skin and brown eyes you end up choosing, don't try to make a radical change too fast. Consult a salon professional especially when you've decided on a shade much lighter than your natural color, a hair color for fair skin and brown eyes that may suit you best.

    How to Choose the Best Hair Color for Pale Skin and Brown Eyes


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  • 02/14/13--06:11: Pixie Haircuts for Fine Hair
  • Finding the best haircut for fine hair is hard if you're only looking at longer options. Pixie haircuts for fine hair offer a great way to feel good by making your hair look good with less maintenance than a longer hairstyle.

    A layered pixie adds to the fullness of your hair, making it especially suitable for fine or thin hair. What it lacks in length, it delivers in the way it can flatter your features and, when styled right, in sophistication.

    Pixie Haircut: Fine Hair Solution

    A very short cut on the sides and back works best with more length on the crown, concealing the fineness of your hair.

    You can try the pixie haircut for fine hair with wispy bangs for a more youthful look or keep it simple for an elegant air.

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    Why Is the Pixie One of the Best Haircuts for Fine Hair

    Shorter is better for fine hair, but don't cut it super short if you want a flattering look. You can trim the sides and the back more, but keep some volume on top and ask for a layered pixie, that gives more fullness and texture.

    Shaping the volume of your hair is the best option for getting a haircut that's flattering for your hair, but you can also experiment with different ideas.

    Don't give up on your the bangs and ask for piecey bangs and consider opting for highlights, that give you hair extra dimension. Side-swept bangs are the best way to create a good look if your face is round. Heart-shaped faces are equally flattered by the right pixie haircut.

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    Celebrities Who Love the Pixie Haircut

    Many stars with fine hair have sported a pixie haircut over the years. The style is especially flattering to older women and was sported successfully by Sharon Stone, Halle Berry and Judi Dench.

    The pixie haircut for fine hair is a stylish option at any age, worn beautifully by Michelle Williams and most recently Anne Hathaway. Keeping the sides short while adding volume on top can be a great look, that works well for hair that's lighter in color, like the pixie sported by Carey Mulligan, but also does wonders for darker hair, as seen on Rihanna.

    How to Style Short Haircuts for Fine Hair

    When it comes to hair products, the pixie haircut needs a less is more approach. For the best look, you can use dry oil mist to fight the frizz and ensure the shine.

    For giving it the perfect shape, an excellent option is molding mud while keeping the sides flat is easiest when using a brush with fine bristles.


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    The ombre hair coloring technique has found many fans, including celebrities like Jessica Biel who was an early adopter of the ombre hair color trend. Find out how ombre highlights work best and decide if this can be a good look for you.

    Using two or more highlighting shades, the point of ombre hair highlights is to give you a finished look, from darker roots to lighter tips. It should not look like your roots have grown out, instead it offer a more gradual look, that's also easier to maintain than regular highlights.

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    Jessica Biel Ombre Highlights

    Darker at the roots, fading into lighter shades on the middle and ends, the ombre highlights are a trend Jessica Biel jumped on early. Justin Timberlake's wife has been sporting the ombre look for about two years, but she isn't the only celebrity to make it work.

    Jennifer Lopez and Sarah Jessica Parker have also tried the ombre hair highlights in natural colors, along with Drew Barrymore, Hilary Duff and Lauren Conrad.

    Nicki Minaj is one of the celebs that tried a more edgy look based on the ombre highlights combining different colors for a modern interpretation of the coloring technique.

    Jessica Biel's ombre highlights can be a perfect summer look and they work both with a longer layered hairstyle, both with bangs and without.

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    Ombre Highlights Pros

    The most important advantage the ombre hair highlights hold is the fact that they work on any skin tone, as long as the hues are chosen wisely.

    It's an easier look to maintain than regular highlights with a base color since you'll only need touch ups at the roots, leaving the rest to grow out.

    Ombre Highlights Cons

    While they can look great with layered or wavy hair, ombre highlights aren't always the best look for straight fine hair, making it loose volume.

    Since it usually requires bleaching, at least in the lower sections of your hair, the ombre hair color can further damage hair that's been subjected to many other chemical treatments.

    While Jessica Biel's ombre highlights also work with bangs, this look is hit and miss unless you have very long hair. Having one color bangs can sometimes mess up the look.

    Ombre Hair Highlights

    If you want to recreate Jessica Biel's ombre highlights, make sure you don't use anything lighter than 2 shades from your natural hair color. Opting for a less natural, edgier look can include up to 3-4 shades lighter than the base.

    Ombre Highlights: Jessica Beil’s Ombre Hair ColorOmbre Highlights: Jessica Beil’s Ombre Hair Color


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    Get a few ideas for alternative hairstyles that can help you shape your look to suit your personality in an edgy way. From alternative haircuts to extreme coloring, check out original ideas that could suit your hair.

    Emo hair and cornrows or dreadlocks are hardly alternative anymore, but they can make for great looks when you're running out of ideas.

    Alternative Hairstyles for Women

    Heavy layering and contrasting textures are key elements in a lot of cool alternative hairstyle for women, providing unique looks when done right.

    Asymmetrical cuts are another great way to try some alternative haircuts, but make sure your stylist cuts very slow so you can always decide when a look is getting too extreme.

    Alternative Hairstyles for WomenAlternative Punk Short HaircutAlternative Punk Short Cropped HaircutAlternative Hairstyle Asymmetrical


    Spiky Punk Short Alternative Hairstyles

    For short hair, you can either sport an extreme pixie cut with your own color ideas or choose a spiky style, inspired by the classic punk look. Using mousse or hair gel you can easily create an alternative look without losing track of your feminine side.

    Alternative Haircuts: Mohawk

    With plenty of mohawk options to choose from, this is one of the alternative hairstyles that works in different ways for any hair length. You can go for a huge updo, contrast the mohawk with blunt or piecey bangs or choose to color the sides differently than the top.

    Short Alternative Hairstyles: Shaved Sides

    A feature of the classic mohawk that can be used in many different styles, the shaved sides, or just one shaved side, can help you achieve an edgy look when you're also going alternative for the rest of your hair.

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    Alternative Hairstyles: Retro Look

    If you just want to be different without getting too edgy, you can choose a more retro look for your alternative hairstyle. The most popular option is a retro curves fringe, but you should look up different styles popular throughout the ages to find the best one for you.

    Alternative Hair Coloring

    Highlights are a good start to coloring your hair in an alternative way, especially when they're very different shades than your base. Combine highlights and lowlights for a tri-color look or go for the more unnatural colors like bright green or deep purple to make sure the coloring compliments any of the alternative hair styles you choose.

    Before you commit to bleaching your dark colored hair to dye it in vivid hues, try a more temporary color solution to make sure the look is right for you.

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    Photo courtesy of Sassoon Salon, HOB Salons, Gooseberry Hair Salon


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    The fall 2013 hairstyles displayed by models at New York Fashion Week looked spectacular and this only means one thing: they are a perfect source of inspiration for those in search of new season trendy hair styles! The heavy dose of diversity makes the selection of perfect seasonal hairstyles so much fun, so dare to explore your options and give the new twists, up-styles and loose and natural looks a try as the power of polished to perfection locks can be jaw-dropping.

    Women have been searching for the new techniques to update their look for as long as we can remember and these types of events that place a heavy accent on beauty and style, such as the New York Fashion Week, can help spark new ideas and new trends when it comes to style. To help you get creative we've put together a selection of the best fall 2013 hairstyles that stood out at this particular fashion event.

    Fall 2013 Hairstyles: Natural Glossy Waves

    Fall 2013 Hairstyles: Natural Glossy Waves


    Glossy waves with loose and natural textures couldn't have missed from the podium as these simple styles look timeless and can never fail to deliver a high dose of chicness regardless of the occasion. The look's simplicity suits perfectly those searching for a youthful, effortless-chic style and fortunately there are numerous techniques to help you infuse the right amount of curl or wave into your locks.

    For a slightly bohemian style, spritz some water on your locks and braid sections of hair allowing them to dry over a period of a couple of hours or over night before getting the braids undone to unveils the chicest wavy texture. The same glossy waves can be created using a curling iron, which is the perfect tool to style glamor curls that work for both medium and long hair.

    Fall 2013 Hairstyles: Ponytails

    Fall 2013 Hairstyles: Ponytails


    The ponytail is the perfect hairstyle for the on-the-go urban woman and fortunately it has made a huge comeback as fashion designers chose various interpretations of the ponytail to complete the looks of their fashion designs. From the puffy 50s ponytail to futuristic elongated ponytails, these easy maintenance hair styles can be a perfect solution to turn towards whenever you're lacking ideas.

    Keep the pony styled high and centered, side-swept, low and loose, sleek or slightly curled towards the end as the options are wide and each look has a distinct yet all-feminine allure. Those that are in need of an extra hair length, clip-in hair extensions an be a great investment, so let them work their magic on your midi locks!

    Fall 2013 Hairstyles: Updos

    Fall 2013 Hairstyles: Updos


    Updos are amazing day-to-evening options for girls who have a little bit of extra time on their hands. Now, there is an array of up styles to experiment with as you can see from the hair trends displayed at the New York Fashion Week, so choose to give the untidy top knot a try, the loose bun featuring loose strands on one side of the head if you're all about casual chicness or choose to amp-up the sophistication level by trying vintage side twists or finger waves, cool half up/half down updos in which you have the possibility to infuse some intricate braids or if you've got some help, try an architectural updo that looks straight out of a magazine.

    The good news is these fall 2013 up styles suit any hair type and the ladies who rock at least a shoulder length hairstyle, so let you imagination loose and play with a different look every week as the sky is the limit!

    Fall 2013 Hairstyles: Updos


    Photos: WWD


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    A decade of social change, especially concerning women, the 60s illustrated the evolving mentalities with new bold hairstyles. See the most important 60s hairstyle trends and find out how you can still sport a similar look, including the famous bouffant hair.

    The popularity of Mad Men has brought back renewed interest in everything '60s, from interior design to hairstyle trends. See the most important hair trends that influenced the 60s and are still around with a modern twist.

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    60s Bouffant Hair

    Bouffants are probably the biggest hair legacy of the 60s, adding height through volume. Teasing the hair created new looks for stars like Brigitte Bardot, Jackie Kennedy and Raquel Welch.

    The pulled-back bouffant is probably the most resilient hairstyle from the 60s. To get this iconic look, you need to backcomb the front and back sections of the hair across the crown, followed by pulling back the bangs and securing them with bobby pins.

    Gaining the extra volume is simple if you apply a styling lotion while your hair is still wet after washing. You can use rollers to create the perfect locks or keep it wavy for the texture that created volume. A strong-hold hairspray is needed for most bouffant looks, one of the popular 60s hairstyle trends.

    60s Beehive

    Brought back by Amy Winehouse, the beehive has plenty of variations, but it's another hairstyle defined by volume and height.

    Using a teasing comb, you can create your preferred style of beehive, whether you decide to opt for a cleaner look, with the back sections of your hair secured to the back of the neck, a style sported by Jennifer Lopez, or leave your locks hanging after creating the extra volume on top.

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    60s Flip

    Another of the 60s hairstyle trends that stuck around is the flip, a long bob hairstyle with the ends flipped outwards. You don't need a high-maintenance haircut to get this look, especially if you plan on giving volume on top with a teasing comb, before using rollers one the lower sections of your hair, creating the iconic bell shape.

    Pixie Cut

    Popularized by Twiggy in the 60s, the pixie cut doesn't have the volume or height of 60s bouffant hair, but it retains the same femininity. Sported by celebrities like Michelle Williams, Anne Hathaway, Carrie Mulligan and Rihanna, the pixie haircut is the easiest way to jump on board with 60s hairstyle trends without choosing a high-maintenance look.

    Photo courtesy of: The Colour Room, Christopher Appleton, Coud Nine, L'Oreal, Mahogany, Saint Algue


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    Brunettes have plenty of color options to look forward to this year. Highlights for brunettes are gearing up to become the most important color trend. Check out the top ideas for highlights for brunettes in Fall 2013 and the hairstyles that go with them.

    Red is the top choice for highlights on brunette thanks to the excellent undertones and texture they bring to dark hair. They're the most elegant option, but this year you can also experiment with bolder choices, from purple to black.

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    Highlights for Brunettes Fall 2013

    From blonde to red highlights, there are plenty of excellent choices that could help you get a trendy look this year.

    Bold highlights are getting more popular for brunettes and daring looks are easy to create if you know what you want and have the help of an experienced stylist to get the best results.

    How to Choose the Best Highlights for Brunettes

    If you're applying highlights on colored hair, you have plenty of options, but when you want to add a bit of spice to your natural hair color, don't go too far. Even if highlights for brunettes are a trendy look for Fall 2013, you shouldn't go further than three shades lighter from your natural hair color for a more down to earth look.

    Ash Brown is a great choice for many brunettes and it isn't especially difficult to obtain with a few ash or beige blonde highlights around the crown.

    Panels of gold, especially in the front, can be a good look when you're sporting a longer layered hairstyle. Bright blonde highlights are a daring option in your 20s, but for 30+ women red is the most obvious choice.

    Choosing light auburn is the best way to go for a warm shade that compliments a medium to fair skin tone. Stay away from it if you have a pinkish skin tone as it can look too red for your complexion.

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    Hairstyles with Highlights for Brunettes

    Modern bobs can be easily improved with gentle highlights that add a bit more texture and volume to the hair. However, the most natural and sexy looking highlights on brunette are usually reserved for longer hair, with layers and curls.

    Regardless of the hairstyle you choose this year, make sure you care for your highlights with a clear color gloss, that you should apply every few months. Highlights for brunettes in Fall 2013 depend on shine to work best, so make sure to moisturize your hair thoroughly to enhance your new look.

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    Making the best dressed list at the Academy Awards is not just about the dress: hairstyles play a big part in the overall look. Check out the best Oscars hairstyles of all time, iconic looks that still inspire and awe.

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    Kate Winslet's Updo (2009)

    Sporting a retro updo that channeled Grace Kelly, Winslet stunned with her choice of hairstyle 4 years ago with her sleek and stylish look, completed by sophisticated earrings.

    Scarlett Johansson's Bob (2011)

    Proving that elegance and a slightly messy look are sometimes compatible, Scarlett Johansson entered the best Oscars hair hall of fame with her choppy bob, a look completed by textured waves.

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    Nicole Kidman's Sleek Style (2007)

    Straight and sleek hair with a side part won Nicole Kidman her place in the list of best Oscars hairstyles of all time, perfectly complimented by her red lips and stunning red gown.

    Amy Adams' Waves (2008)

    Sporting a Hollywood classic, the Veronica Lake curls, Amy Adams proved that sometimes the best Oscar hair is simply a modern reinterpretation of classic elegant looks.

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    Gwyneth Paltrow's Ballerina Bun (1999)

    A simple pink dress was turned into a perfect look with Gwyneth Paltrow's ballerina bun with a deep side part. Some hair mist for extra shine made her glow.

    Angelina Jolie's Flowing Locks (2009)

    Stunning and graceful, Jolie opted for a princess look with romantic curls combined with a half-updo creating a classic best Oscars hair moment. Emerald earrings suited her dark dress and hair perfectly.

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    Halle Berry's Pixie (2002)

    Wearing a beautiful gown and a simple but feminine cropped pixie cut, Halle Berry quickly found herself on the list of best Oscars hairstyle of all time.

    Grace Kelly (1954)

    The golden era glamor was best portrayed in 1954 by Grace Kelly. With slicked back waves, Kelly created an iconic look that still inspires looks on the red carpet today.

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    Jennifer Hudson's Bangs (2008)

    A perfect example of bangs done right, Hudson's updo with just-below-the-eyebrows bangs remains a shinning moment of the best Oscars hair. The look was completed with chandelier earrings and silvery shades on her eyelids.

    Anne Hathaway's Ponytail (2008)

    Proving that simplicity can create a classic look, Hathaway wore her ruby Marchesa dress on the red carpet along with a breezy ponytail with extra volume at the crown and perfect curls in the back, that was considered by many an effortless addition to the best Oscars hairstyles of all time.


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  • Celebs put their best looks forward at this Brit Awards 2013 edition. While the dresses were the ones that initially attracted attention, the Brit Awards 2013 hairstyles also ranked high on the fab scale. Last night's beauty looks were fairly relaxed yet incredibly chic. Here are some of the style icons that made it to Brit Awards 2013 best hairstyles list with their superb choices:

    Brit Awards 2013 Hair: Straight & Simple


    The idea that less is more was adopted by some of the hottest stars of the moment. Jessie J chose to let her gorgeous dark sleek tresses steal the spotlight last night. Taylor Swift also believed in the power of simplicity which made her fab dress the main focal point. Supermodel Jourdan Dunn didn't stray from her signature look opting for a fab center part which drew attention to her best facial features. Denise van Outen opted for a slightly more structured look with a glam pony which suited her perfectly.

    Brit Awards 2013 Hair: Braids


    Well placed braids can be the ideal choice for making a statement. If Lana del Rey kept things simple with a loose side braid, Preeya Kalidas opted for a more complex hairstyle with a side braid which put the focus on with a few loose strands for a stronger impact, a modern choice which suited her bold dress and that helped her draw all eyes on her.

    Awards 2013 Hair: Soft Curls


    Soft curls hairstyles are an all time favorite for a good reason: they soften facial features and have a timeless elegant allure. Berenice Marlohe opted for perfectly defined glamorous curls, which gave her a fab elegant allure. Delilah's ombre locks stole the spotlight and ensured her a well deserved spot on the best tressed list.

    Brit Awards 2013 Hair: Voluminous Dos


    In addition to winning the best British female and British album awards, Scottish singer Emeli Sande also made it to the Brit Awards hottest hairstyles list with a fab high volume 'do which showed everyone that shorter locks carry the same statement making potential if not more. Katherine Jenkins paired her fab dress with futuristic vibes with a retro-inspired hairdo.

    Brit Awards 2013 Hair: Updos


    Rita Ora walked on the red carpet sporting a fab Ulyana Sergeenko couture gown and a cute elegant bun which helped her look ultra sophisticated while still maintaining that effortless chic allure. Ashley Roberts, on the other hand, chose a high bun with a slightly messy vibe, proving that going for perfectly defined tresses isn't the only way to impress.

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    Hair loss is a much more serious problem for women than for men, so you should investigate the issue from the first signs of trouble. Learn about the leading causes of hair loss in women and see what you can do to prevent it.

    From health issues to diet problems and hormonal changes, hair is very sensitive to changes in your body and hair loss isn't always reversible. Fix the problem right after you notice it to make sure you get to keep your beautiful tresses intact.

    Causes of Hair Loss in Women: Iron Deficiency

    Even if your doctor says your iron levels are within normal range, lowered iron levels can often cause hair loss. Hemoglobin below 140 g/L can contribute to hair loss, like ferritin, the other iron blood test, shouldn't get below 40 ug/L, since it directly affects the hair follicles. Eat more red meat, vegetables that are rich in iron or try a supplement to fix the problem.

    Causes of Hair Loss in Women: Mineral Deficiency

    A lot of minerals are important for hair growth, but zinc and selenium are the most important. Even if you're eating fresh fruits and vegetables daily, you may not get enough of these minerals for healthy hair, so try supplements that contain natural extracts designed specifically to strengthen hair and prevent hair loss.

    Leading Causes of Hair Loss in Women

    Causes of Hair Loss in Women: Lazy Thyroid

    Hormones play a big part in the health of your hair and when this gland isn't working properly, the low hormone levels can influence the growth of your hair even if they're still in normal parameters. If you suffer from any other symptoms that could indicate hypothyroidism, including fatigue, dry skin, constipation, difficulty to lose or maintain weight, make sure your thyroid isn't the root of the problem.

    Causes of Hair Loss in Women: Telogen Effluvium

    There are3 cycles in hair growth, anagen, catagen and telogen with the last one being the lasting one. Telogen effluvium is a phenomenon that shortens the span of the last cycle of hair growth. Caused by pregnancy, extreme stress, extreme weight loss and trauma or surgery, this process can make you lose a lot of hair fast. It can also be caused by medication, so ask your doctor about it.

    Causes of Hair Loss in Women: Hereditary Causes

    If your hair loss is hereditary and you've noticed the same thinning for other women in your family, use minoxidil (Rogaine) to stop hair loss or at least postpone it.

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    Washing your hair can have damaging effects on it and on your scalp if you don't shampoo correctly. Discover what you may have missed and find out how to shampoo hair the right way .

    "Lather, Rinse, Repeat" seem like simple enough instructions, but some people either use too much shampoo or they simply don't apply it correctly. Find out how each step of the shampooing process really works.

    Lathering Correctly

    When you reach for the shampoo, you should start with a dime-sized quantity. Don't even try to apply it evenly on your hair, the first step is simply meant for your scalp.

    All the natural oils on your hair come from the scalp and you should run your fingers through your hair to massage the scalp and start with the part that has the most oils. Don't worry if the shampoo doesn't produce too much lather in this first step. The cleaner your hair will become, the more lather will be produced.

    Focus on the back as well, down to the nape, an area usually missed by a lot of people who mainly shampoo the crown. The natural oils, product build-up and dirt can be harder to clean in the back of your head especially if you mostly sleep on your back.

    How to Shampoo Hair the Right Way


    Rinsing

    Rinsing is just as important and you shouldn't do it for just a few seconds until you can't feel or see any lather anymore. You should rinse for at least 30 seconds to make sure all the sebum and dirt get cleaned out during the rinsing process. Keep running your fingers through your hair for the entire duration of the process. If you have really thick hair, rinsing is very important and you should always do it with your head held back, to avoid getting shampoo and dirt in your eyes.

    Repeat... How Many Times?

    Normally, the first repeat, with a smaller quantity of shampoo is enough to clean your hair and you'll see a lot more lather this time around. Work the shampoo along the entire length of your hair for 30 seconds before rinsing. If you wash your hair daily or every other day, you don't need to repeat more than once.

    Doing it twice when you shampoo your hair daily can actually strip too much of the natural oils from your scalp and hair.

    More and more hair stylists recommend to their clients to skip daily shampooing. If your hair feels dirty, you can use dry shampoo in the days where you skip this step in the shower.

    How to Shampoo Hair the Right Way


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    Whether your face is round naturally or is simply plump because of a few extra pounds, you can find a flattering look amongst the best hairstyles to make fat faces slimmer. Check out the most popular slimming haircuts for a fresh look.

    Making your face appear slimmer takes the right style and you can use hairstyles for round faces as a starting point. Staying away from extremes when it comes to texture also. Whichever hairstyle to make fat face slimmer you end up choosing, don't forget that a super straight sleek look or a very curly look enhance the roundness of the face.

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    Long Bob

    The bob is one of the best hairstyles for fat faces when done right. Forget about the chin length bob, it's not flattering and it won't look good. Try a longer bob or an asymmetrical bob, like the inverted bob, to make sure the slimming effect is present.

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    Angled Bangs

    If you love wearing bangs, your options are restricted when your face gets plump. Blunt bangs are off the table, along with thick voluminous fringes.

    Gently angled bangs that don't create a straight line across your forehead may be the best choice for traditional bangs. Side-swept bangs or wispy bangs can fit better with hairstyles for fat faces.

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    Long Layers

    Since the medium to long look works best to make fat faces slimmer, ask for long layers when you style your hair. Layers on wavy hair work best to elongate your face. Give up on completely straight hair as not even layers can improve that look and fail to give any slimming effect as good hairstyles for fat faces.

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    Long Shag

    The long messy shag is another great hairstyle to make fat faces look slimmer, and adding layers to it gives volume and texture that frame your face in a more flattering way.

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    Medium Hair with Deep Side Part

    If you'd rather sport a medium hair do, getting a deep side part can help balance your face in a simple and stylish way. Keep your hair textured and add a little volume to make this look work best.

    Hairstyles that DON'T Make Fat Faces Slimmer

    While the pixie cut is a good choice for round faces, it doesn't always work for more plump faces. If your heart is set on the pixie, make sure it's a big longer than the regular cut, with plenty of texture and volume on top.

    If you avoid going super short, stay away from other less flattering styles too: slicked back hair and thick front fringes. Any hairstyle with well-defined lines won't help at all to make fat faces slimmer.


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    The Oscars hairstyles 2013 are also a major attraction of the event, rounding out the red carpet looks of the stunning attendees. Even though the Academy Awards are about the celebration and recognition of year's best movies, the hair, makeup and designer gowns donned by the attending celebrities are equally exciting.

    Just as the Oscars dresses 2013 are setting new fashion trends, the hairstyles donned by celebrities at the event have major influence on the upcoming hair and beauty trends. The Oscars is the place where we can see certain hairstyle trends begin and will be a major clue of what is coming next in the beauty world. So, will it be Charlize Theron's blonde pixie crop, Adele's sixties bouffant hairdo, or Salma Hayek's bird's nest bun? Let's take a look at the best Oscars 2013 hairstyles flaunted by the hottest celebrities on the biggest red carpet event of the year!

    Oscars Hairstyles 2013: Glamorous Curls

    Catherine Zeta-Jones Oscars Hairstyles 2013: Best Celebrity HairdosCatherine Zeta-JonesReese Witherspoon Oscars Hairstyles 2013: Best Celebrity HairdosReese WitherspoonJessica Chastain Oscars Hairstyles 2013: Glamorous CurlsJessica ChastainZoe Saldana Oscars Hairstyles 2013: Glamorous CurlsZoe Saldana

    Oscars Hairstyles 2013: Sleek and Straight

    Sandra Bullock Oscars Hairstyles 2013: Sleek and StraightSandra BullockJennifer Aniston Oscars Hairstyles 2013: Sleek and StraightJennifer Aniston

    Oscars Hairstyles 2013: Sixties Bouffant

    Adele Oscars Hairstyles 2013: Sixties BouffantAdeleMaria Menounos Oscars Hairstyles 2013: Sixties BouffantMaria Menounos

    Oscars Hairstyles 2013: Short Crops

    Anne Hathaway Oscars Hairstyles 2013: Short CropsAnne HathawayCharize Theron Oscars Hairstyles 2013: Short CropsCharize TheronJane Fonda Oscars Hairstyles 2013: Short CropsJane FondaHalle Berry Oscars Hairstyles 2013: Short CropsHalle Berry

    Oscars Hairstyles 2013: Updos

    Jennifer Lawrence Oscars Hairstyles 2013: Jennifer LawrenceNicole Kidman Oscars Hairstyles 2013: UpdosNicole KidmanSalma Hayek Oscars Hairstyles 2013: UpdosSalma HayekAmanda Seyfried Oscars Hairstyles 2013: UpdosAmanda Seyfried


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    If you want sophisticated vintage short hair, look no further than today's celebs that sport some of the classic dos of stars from the Golden Age of Hollywood. Check out the most elegant and sexy vintage hairstyles for short hair and include any of them into your personal style.

    Vintage Short Hair: The Audrey Hepburn

    Pixie cuts have evolved over the decades, but the most elegant look is still the classic Audrey Hepburn look. Worn delicately by Michelle Williams, this simple pixie cut with soft side-swept bangs is easy to maintain and only needs a bit of texture and shine.

    See also:

    Celebrity Short Hairstyle Trends

    Vintage Short Hair: The Grace Kelly

    An excellent look for Evan Rachel Wood, the Grace Kelly short updo is effortless elegant. Short on the sides and back, this hairstyles needs more length on top and is perfect for naturally wavy hair. Get a few extra curls or go for the sleek look.

    Vintage Hairstyles for Short Hair: The Twiggy

    Worn by Ashlee Simpson almost as well as the renowned 1960s model, the Twiggy is a short retro bob for straight hair, that's best worn with side-swept bangs. Perfect this vintage short hairstyle by making a deep side-part and leaving a strand of hair in front of the ear which the bangs point to.

    Victage Hairstyles for Short Hair: The Sofia Loren

    Shaggy with flipped endings, the Sofia Loren look is perfect if you want a shorter do, but aren't falling for the more extreme pixie looks. Worn by Lisa Rinna with panache, this vintage hairstyle requires more daily maintenance if you want it to look perfect.

    Vintage Hairstyles for Short Hair: The Jean Seberg

    Another pixie that's inspired by actress Jean Seberg, Anne Hathaway's pixie cut gives off a perfect retro vibe and is simple to maintain. For naturally straight hair, the only thing you need to add is a bit of texture to your vintage short haircut.

    Vintage Short Hair: The Brigitte Bardot

    A beautifully styled bob worn by Keira Knightley, the Brigitte Bardot works best for oval or elongated faces, since the sides of the bob should gently touch your jawline. Highlights and a simple side part complete the look.

    Vintage Hairstyles for Short Hair: The Bette Davis

    Ginnifer Goodwin experimented with plenty of retro pixie cuts, but the most flattering cut for her is a bit longer, the Bette Davis crop with a deep side part and messy locks that work wonders for a round face. Even if you have wavy hair, you might need to add a few extra curls to really make this vintage hairstyle pop.

    You might also like:

    Cute Ways to Style Short Hair

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    All women would like to have that long and shiny hair that they see in shampoo and hair mask commercials. Unfortunately, that does not come naturally so often, reason for which you have to work in order to get it. Although you might be tempted to purchase all kinds of hair treatments that are incredibly expensive and that promise to do wonders but fail in the end, you can try some homemade hair treatments. As almost everything that is homemade is better, you will surely not regret trying it.

    Mayo hair mask

    One of the most appreciated hair masks that you can make at home by yourself is the mayo hair mask. All you need in order to make it is one cup of mayonnaise, one whole egg and one or two teaspoons of oil. This can be jojoba oil, olive oil, almond oil, coconut oil, and so on. Bear in mind though that this last ingredient is optional. Therefore, in case you have naturally oily hair, you should pay attention to this oily hair care tip and not add it to the mixture. Moreover, if you have an oily scalp, remember not to use the resulted mask on your scalp directly, but only on the length of your hair. If you have dry hair, the mayo hair mask is one of the top tips for dry hair you can benefit of at home.

    Before preparing the mixture that will result in your hair mask, try to let them reach the same temperature. Apply the mask on your hair after you have previously wetted it with some warm water. Put on a shower cap and a towel on top of it and leave the mask on for at least one hour. Afterwards, rinse your hair by using warm water and shampoo it if necessary. The mask will leave your hair smooth and even repair it if it is damaged. Depending on the condition in which your hair is, apply the mask as often as it is needed. You can do it once every week or just once a month.

     Homemade Hair Treatments: Best Hair Masks


    Avocado hair mask

    Another treatment that you could make at home and try on your hair is the avocado hair mask. Avocados are known for their high content of minerals, fatty acids and vitamins that can bring a special shine to the hair.

    To make an avocado hair mask yourself in order to get rid of dry hair, all you have to do is to unpeel and remove the avocado’s pit, scoop it into a container and then mash it until the chunks disappear. Add a cup of olive oil and also half a cup of almond oil over the avocado and mix them up until they form a paste. You can apply the resulted mask on your wet hair by using a comb or a brush. In order for it to work, you should leave it on for at least 20 minutes.

    If your hair is extremely damaged and dry, then you should massage your scalp with this mixture as well, for about 5 minutes. In order to get the hair mask off, you can use warm water. Afterwards, it is recommended to shampoo and then condition your hair as you usually do. If you like, you can also add some honey to this mask, which will make it even more effective. If you use the mask weekly, you will be able to see results in no time.

     Homemade Hair Treatments: Best Hair Masks


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