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    Posted In Hairstyles and Haircuts / Newest Hairstyle Trends
    Published On 22 Feb 2016

    Giving your scalp a break from daily shampooing is very important, whether you decide to simply wash your hair with conditioner or opt for dry shampoo. However, it’s not always easy to make unwashed hair look fresh and cute.

    Check out some of the best hairstyles for unwashed hair. Some work better when you haven’t shampooed in the last 24 hours, others manage to hide the fact that you’re not rocking freshly washed hair in a stylish way. Here are your best options.

    1. Keep It Sleek

    Using a flat iron is always better for your hair when it has a little oil build-up. You still have to use a good heat protectant, but you can get away with a sleek look easily on the days where you don’t shampoo. You can finish your look with a shine spray if your hair looks dull, but you should also take that a sign that it needs a little more TLC.

    2. Try Side Braids

    Side Braid Second Day Hairstyles

    A single braid is a simple look, but it adds texture to your hair, disguising any grease, which is why it’s one of the best hairstyles for unwashed hair. You’ll need to start with dry shampoo, and after you finish brushing it out of your hair, opt for a side braid. Secure with bobby pins to your preferred side. If you’re dealing with flyaways, a light-hold hairspray should complete your look.

    3. Go for a Ponytail

    Tags: hairstyles for dirty hair, unwashed hair, quick and easy hairstyles, hairstyles for next day

    Read more: 10 Quick Hairstyles for Unwashed Hair

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    Posted In Hairstyles and Haircuts / Professional Hair Tips
    Published On 26 Feb 2016

    Few things are as unpleasant as waking up and realizing your hair is a mess and you don’t have enough time to fix it. As you scramble to create a look that makes the most out of what you’ve got to work with, you should know that there are plenty of ways to avoid this small hair disaster.

    Find out how to prevent a bad hair day, and you’ll be able to enjoy your breakfast and leave at the right time, without spending a lot of time on fixing your hair problem. Here are the tips that will help you avoid the mess.

    1. Don’t Go to Sleep with Damp Hair

    Showering before going to bed is the way to go for many people, but you should always make sure that your hair is fully dried before you slip into bed. If your tresses haven’t been properly dried, and you're not using an overnight hairstyle, your hair might cause you a lot of problems in the morning. The only reason to go to sleep with slightly damp hair is if you...

    2. Condition While Your Sleep

    Whether it’s a regular conditioner or a deep conditioning treatment, you can leave it on overnight to make sure your hair is properly hydrated and cared for. You can prevent a bad hair day by conditioning the night before, but there’s one last step you have to take in the morning. Don’t shampoo, but make sure you rinse your hair very well. Even if you think it’s enough, rinse some more and you’ll reduce the risk of your hair being weighed down.

    Tags: bad hair day hairstyles, bad hair day styling, bad hair day tips

    Read more: How Not to Have a Bad Hair Day Ever Again!

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    Posted In Hairstyles and Haircuts / Celebrity Hairstyles
    Published On 29 Feb 2016

    The ultimate red carpet event, the 2016 Oscars/ Academy Awards was held at the Dolby Theatre, on February 28, where Hollywood's elite has gathered to celebrate an amazing year in film. 

    Hollywood's leading ladies have put their best looks forward and ensured a truly glamorous red carpet and the 2016 Oscars hairstyles and beauty looks will definitely inspire women looking for new trends for wedding season. Let's see the best Oscars hairstyles spotted on this year's Academy Awards red carpet. 

    2016 Oscars Hairstyles: Classic Updos

    Classic updos are the diva go-to Oscars hairstyles. Charlize Theron, Jennifer Lawrence, Heidi Klum and Stephanie Bauer all graced the Academy Awards red carpet wearing classic updos.  

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    2016 Oscars Hairstyles: Simple Down-dos

    Tags: oscars updos, oscars hair styles, oscars hairdos, oscar awards hairstyles, best oscars hairstyles

    Read more: 2016 Oscars Hairstyles: Updos, Down-dos, Ponytails

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    Posted In Hairstyles and Haircuts / Celebrity Hairstyles
    Published On 29 Feb 2016

    While no one can argue, the Oscars hairstyles are considered to be the most glamorous 'dos of all red carpet hairstyles, the looks from the Oscar viewing and after parties are more relaxed in terms of dress code and thus celebrities can play a lot more with different hairstyles trends. 

    Let's see who rocked the best Oscars party hairstyles from the second most important award season events: the Vanity Fair Oscars 2016 Party and Elton John's Oscar viewing party, which were rife with the hottest of celebrities.

    2016 Oscar Party Hairstyles: Smooth and Straight

    Young stars Taylor Swift, Selena Gomez and Jennifer Lawrence chose simple, straight hairstyles for their Vanity Fair Oscar Party looks. Taylor Swift rocked her chin-length bob with long, lash-tickling bangs that she debuted at the 2016 Grammys, while Jennifer Lawrence donned her platinum blonde angled bob with a relaxed finish that gave her a modern vibe. 

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    2016 Oscar Party Hairstyles: Vintage Glam

    Tags: oscar party hairstyles, oscars hair styles, oscar hairstyles, oscars updos

    Read more: Oscar Party 2016: Best Hairstyles

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