American African Summer Hairstyles-ELEGANT FISHTAIL BUN

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Many American African women love this simple yet elegant updo for summer, and we adore that the instructions on replicating this look are so easy! You could easily recreate this updo for your rehearsal dinner, wedding, or even just a fun holiday party, and you would be the hit of the party with this adorable updo on New Year’s Eve! Pair this elegant bun with some natural makeup and statement lipstick for a chic look. Take a few minutes to try out Heather’s easy instructions for this adorable and elegant fishtail bun!

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  1. Gather all hair at the crown of the head.
  2. Tie with a sturdy hair elastic and place a hair donut or a scrunchie (we just used a thick head band and doubled it over) at the base of the pony to give it extra volume.
  3. Pull about 1/4 of the hair out from underneath the scrunchie and fishtail braid.
  4. 4&5. Tease the remaining hair in the pony.
  5. Take the teased hair and slightly twist as you wrap the pony around the scrunchie. This will give a central, fountain-like look to the bun, similar to a sock-bun. Bobby pin at the base the whole way around the bun to secure a strong hold.
  6. Take your fingers and pull apart your fishtail braid until it is a looser weave.
  7. Wrap your fishtail around the base of the bun and tuck the remaining end under the braid, securing with one or two bobby pins.
  8. Put on your best dress and that bright red lipstick you love! :)72890

5 Coolest, Hassle-Free Hairstyles for Moms .

5 Coolest, Hassle-Free Hairstyles for Moms .

  • Hassle-free hairstyles become especially important once you become a full time mom who, of course, needs to look great despite the lack of sleep and the growing list of things to do.Now, I know you love your baby to death and that you’d gladly give it all up if need be just to make sure your angel receives the best of care but the good news is that you don’t really have to, as being a caring mother and a beautiful woman aren’t mutually exclusive!
  • All you need is a few ideas on easy-to-do, cool hairstyles for moms and maybe a few tips on how to update your cut so it becomes easier to style!You’ll find out exactly what to do with your hair by the time you’re finished reading all the interesting styles for new moms on this list:

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  • Low or high, buns are a perfect hassle-free hairstyle for moms who are not particularly interested in having their precious tresses cut.In case your hair is shedding quite a bit and is not thick and voluminous as it used to be, simply use a sock bun trick to get a neat, voluminous-looking bun in a heartbeat!
  • Be Aware: As simple and easy to do as they are, even buns require a minimal dose of skills, so don’t give up in case you don’t get them right on the first try.Tease your roots or use a root booster to get more volume when opting for low bun or chignon styles or opt for non-sticky styling pomade or hairspray in case baby hair is making it hard for you to obtain a long lasting, sleek style.

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  • Still looking for a trendy way to style your tresses?Why not take your pick amongst many of those amazing braided styles?Opt for a milkmaid braid in case you have a frisky child that loves pulling your hair, braid your bangs only in case you’re looking for a cool style that lasts more than a day, part your hair at center braiding or twisting only one small section at each side to get your own Game of Thrones inspired style or freshen up your bun by braiding your ponytail before coiling it into a bun!
  • Be Aware: Braided hairstyles and braided techniques differ significantly which might confuse you at first but also means you’ll have no problem finding a cool new option even if you’re extremely busy and unable to commit to any complicated styling techniques.

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  • A wavy hairstyle is carefree and hassle-free on your part, but looks chic and stylish to those around you!To achieve this look if you have naturally straight hair, braid your hair at night when it’s slightly damp.In the morning, when you take out your braids you’ll look fabulous!
  • Be Aware: This look can come off as too carefree, and look like.Whenever you wear your hair wavy, make sure it isn’t too frizzy.

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  • Well, we all know a post on easy styles just has to include the most hassle-free of all hassle-free hairstyles, his majesty – a ponytail! Opt for it whenever you’re completely out of ideas and worry not as this simple, well-loved style can be updated in many ways and turned into a classy bun in virtually no time! Be sure to check out a post on various creative ways to liven up your standard pony and have fun rocking this simple yet cool look!
  • Be Aware: Ponytail that hangs limp or is sloppily made is never a good way to style your hair!Tease the base of your pony to give it volume or braid/twist it in case it’s too long and heavy to bounce.

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  • A classic look is the half-up style. This look is really easy to achieve, yet looks classy and fancy!The best part is all it takes is a few bobby pins to complete this look! It’s a fool-proof style you’re bound to love!
  • Be Aware: This hairstyle may slip out and then look sloppy!Make sure you use quality, new bobby pins (not stretched out ones) to secure your style completely.Ad728_92

Summer Haircuts–The 6 Best Haircuts for Curly Hair

Summer  Haircuts–The 6 Best Haircuts for Curly Hair

“Fashionable hair” used to mean flat, sleek, and stick-straight. But more women—celebrities included—are embracing their natural (read: wavy or curly) texture instead of fighting it. Here, the top haircuts for curly hair and how to get them.

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Sarah Jessica Parker is practically the poster child for curly hair. And with good reason: Her polished waves are both smooth and bouncy. With fine hair and wavy to medium curls, it will be straighter at the roots and have more texture toward the ends. Apply a leave-in conditioner with a frizz-controlling serum while hair is still damp.

TIGHT CURLS AND STEEP LAYERSbeyonce-curly-haircut

Attention all curly-hair types: This is your cut. And don’t be afraid to go big, like Beyoncé does. “Getting it big with a diffuser is what’s fun about it,” says Willhite. Ask for long and wispy (not blunt) layers using a slide-cutting technique. “If you put too many layers at the top, it will get too curly—you want it to be softer around the face,” she says. Use a hydrating product like leave-in conditioner, and when hair is dry, go over random pieces with a curling iron.

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Taylor Swift’s curls are best suited for fine, wavy hair. Ask for a long, layered hair cut with short, angled layers at your jaw to create a side-swept look in the front. If your waves are falling flat, use an enhancing gel while hair is wet. To control frizz, use the diffuser with your blow-dryer.

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Length is key when your curls are tight, like Annalynne McCord’s—long layers help weigh them down. If you want a soft, face-framing look, ask for layers that start no higher than the chin or collarbone, so curls have enough weight to hang down. To get McCord’s springy movement and volume, wring the water out of your hair after showering and work a light cream through damp hair to control the curls.

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Because of the length and layers, people with naturally wavy or loose curls like Kate Hudson can pull off this look well, says Willhite. The cut enhances the hair’s natural softness. Keep the layers below the chin so curls don’t get too bouncy. According to Massey, women with fine, less-textured hair might have a hard time with this cut (unless they’re willing to spend their mornings with a curling iron). A light spray gel adds texture without weighing strands down.

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Long bobs aren’t just for women with straight strands. Proof: Vanessa Hudgens’s sexy shoulder-grazing bob. Ask for a wedge cut; short layers in the back and long, face-framing layers in the front create an interesting angle. Bonus: The long layers can slim a round face. “And because the layers are long in front, you won’t have difficulty with curls bouncing up around the face and not blending,” says Willhite. Just don’t let the back run wild. You can get frizz under control through wet hair with your fingers and using the diffuser attachment on your blow-dryer.Ad728_90

 

Hair Secrets For Mom :The 8 Hair Mistakes That Make You Look Olde

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A bad hairstyle isn’t always so easy to identify—and, chances are, if you don’t have a total hacksaw job, you probably think you are doing everything right with your current look (hello, high school yearbook photo).  The Mother’s day is coming,So I want to tell you these 8 hair mistakes that make you and your mom look.

Mistake 1: Letting it Grow Out too Long

According to Grenia, there is one common style mistake that he sees women make time and time again: not getting a haircut often enough. “Even just a trim will keep hair in its best shape. Split ends climb up the hair, so, for long hair especially, I recommend a trim every seven weeks.”

Mistake 2: Sporting a Color That Washes You Out

  • Sure, color is a totally separate category that could go on for endless contents in the story of hairstyles, but the ultimate way you can add years to your look: sporting hair color that is way too blond.
  • “It can wash out a woman’s skin tone,” Grenia says. “Having a natural root base with subtle balayage highlights around the face and ends will bring out your eyes and skin.”

Mistake 3: Out-of-Date Do

  • Even if you’ve kicked your hairspray obsession and mile-high bangs to the curb, chances are you may still be making a very common hair mistake that looks more tired than on trend.
  • The biggest don’t, according to Grenia: a dated, over-layered haircut and bad, stripy highlights.8885-layers1jpg

Mistake 4: Not Refreshing Your Bangs

What is the fastest thing you can do to update your hairstyle? Change your fringe. “It is an easy fix for updating your hairstyle,” Grenia says. “Or, simply switch up how you part your hair—it can change the feel of a cut.”

Mistake 5: Trying to Recreate the Look You Got at the Salon—Minus the Proper Tools

This one is a little hard to get your head (or hair, literally) wrapped around. If you like the look you get at the salon, you should still like it when you get home and do the same thing, right?  It’s not that simple—especially when it comes to operating the almighty hot tool. “The biggest mistake people make is when they try to recreate what their stylists have done in the salon at home without being taught the proper way, especially when it comes to using hot tools. Those perfect hair-sprayed-to-death ‘prom curls,’ as I like to call them, are a complete no-no. Not only are they circa ’92, but they are super unnatural. Instead, use a curling iron to create a bend to the hair, instead of an actual curl from roots to ends.”

Mistake 6: Not Properly Drying Your Hair in the Morning

Galazka says doing a bad blow-dry can sometimes really backfire. “It can leave your ends looking frizzy or lead to unwanted volume if you have curly hair. Having the right tools—the proper brush, blow-dryer and product—and being patient will lead you to success.”未命名-1

Mistake 7: Faded Color

It’s not really new information that color can be really hard to keep up with. “Faded color might appear aged,” Galazka says. “Instead, opt for revitalizing your shade by going to your colorist for a gloss in-between visits. But we also walk a fine line between wanting a rooted color and then, not coloring your hair for three-months-plus.” Her tip: If your natural root color exceeds more then four inches, it’s aging and it’s time to color that mane.

Mistake 8: Ends That Are Fried

Keeping the ends of your hair fresh will always make you look younger and more polished. “A lot of times we do so much mechanical damage to our hair, we forget to treat it,” Galazka says, and suggests that, if you aren’t ready for a trim, revitalizing the midshaft to ends by going to the salon once a month and doing a deep-conditioning treatment. “Not only will this keep your strands looking shiny but younger-looking as well.”
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Hairstyles For Mom: 8 Hairstyles That Will Knock Off 10 Years

Hairstyles For Mom: 8 Hairstyles That Will Knock Off 10 Years

Mother’s day is coming, you don’t need pricey injections or creams to help mom look younger. All it takes is a trip to the salon by XCsunny.

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Layers are a great way to soften your face for a youthful and flirty look. Michelle Pfeiffer’s style gets movement from and off-center part and loose waves.

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Natural chestnut highlights catch the light and brighten Sandra Bullock’s face, helping to maintain her youthful appearance.

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Her glossy, retro-inspired waves start at her cheekbone for a flattering style that frames her face. The subtle volume of her bangs softens the slicked-back side.

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Get in on the low ponytail trend by keeping it loose and pulling out face-framing pieces for a look that is elegant but not severe or dated (two major age giveaways).

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A side part, swooping bangs and perfectly undone curls work well with a layered lob, as seen on Nia Long.

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An easy, half-up/half-down style is the perfect way to wear a more formal style while also camouflage any sagging skin

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Waves that start at eye level combined with subtle highlights keep Gabrielle Union’s hair from falling flat

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When volume goes horrible wrong: The over-the-top style looks like it’s been overly teased and overly doused with hairspray.

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BEAUTIFUL KNOTS FOR SUMMER

BEAUTIFUL KNOTS FOR SUMMER

Many girls like to have konts on summer, so today I introduce you 8 beautiful knots help you through the summer beautifully!

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With a few minor tweaks, the hairstyle you wear to watch Netflix can be paired with an evening gown. First, make sure your hair is totally frizz-free. Then brush all your hair into a very high ponytail, and on the last wrap of the elastic, pull the ends only halfway through, creating a soft loop of hair about the size of an apple. So you don’t look like you just rolled off your couch, pin down either side of the loop so it becomes less floppy and more of a controlled chignon shape.

Bun and Bangsbun-and-bangs

If you’ve got bangs, then this look is as simple as blow-drying your hair smooth and pulling it up into a knobby topknot. If you don’t have bangs, then do what Kendall Jenner did: fake it with clip-in extensions. Choose a bang piece that matches your hair color (duh) and has a triangular base and three small, attached clips. At your next salon appointment, have your stylist wash and style the bangs so they move in the direction you want, as well as snip them to the right length and shape for your face shape. Before clipping them in, tease your roots, mist with hair spray, and snap in the piece.

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To keep a ballerina-inspired bun from looking stuffy: Once your hair is blow-dried smooth, make a clean side part. Tease the hair at the crown and smooth down the top layer with a boar-bristle brush. Then brush all your hair behind your ears and into a ponytail at the nape of the neck, letting any shorter, face-framing pieces hang loose on the opposite side of the part. Then twist the ponytail and wrap it into a chignon. Slip in a few U-shaped pins and don’t worry if shorter layers start to poke out—that’s what keeps it from looking too prim and proper.

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Hairstylist Odile Gilbert created this look at Jason Wu’s spring show without a single bobby pin or brush. “It’s a modern chignon, like the model did it herself,” she explained. “So we did it all with our fingers and elastics.” After prepping the hair with water and gobs of blow-dry cream, hairstylists raked everything back with their fingers and secured the hair in a messy bun with the ends sticking out. They took the ends, coiled them around the bun and wrapped an elastic around the whole thing. Finally, they twisted the bun clockwise and added a third elastic so that the knot was small and supertight.

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Consider this the type-A version of the topknot. It’s neat, precise, and every single strand of hair is perfectly in place. The secret? Hair spray. Mist flexible-hold hair spray on a flat brush and glide it through the hair, then flip your head over and brush the underside. With your head still flipped upside down, gather your hair into a ponytail at the very top center of the head. Twist the ponytail around the base, tuck the ends under, and slide in a few U-shaped pins. Finish by misting a clean spooley brush with hair spray and skim it over stray pieces around the ears and neck so they lie flat.

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It’s a fishtail, it’s a topknot, it’s a…really cool combination of the two. This style works best if you have long, thick hair. Blow-dry your hair smooth and brush it all into a high ponytail that hits right below the crown. Split the tail in two equal halves and twist and pin one half into a messy topknot. Run a styling cream over the second section and create a clean fishtail braid that runs all the way to the ends. Secure with a clear elastic and wrap it around the base of the knot, placing a bobby pin at one-inch intervals around the perimeter to keep it locked in place.

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You’ve seen the side braidand the side ponytail, but let us—or rather hairstylist Adir Abergel and actress Amber Heard—introduce you to the side knot. To start, add some texture with a half-inch curling iron and spritz in some texturizing spray from roots to the midlength. Pull the hair into a high off-center ponytail and hide the elastic with a small piece of hair. Back-comb the ponytail, spritz it with hair spray, then twist the tail and direct it to the side of your head, securing it with a few bobby pins (the ends should fall by the nape of your neck). Then take a simple metal barrette  and fasten it across the ends at eye level.

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Selena Gomez’s low chignon strikes the right balance between neat and messy, elegant and youthful. To get it right, go easy on the products during your prep. Apply mousse (if your hair is fine) or an anti-frizz serum or cream (if your hair is thick or dry) to the layers underneath first, and then use what’s leftover on your hands up top. Once that’s done, back-comb the hair at the crown before gathering all your hair at the nape, leaving a few face-framing pieces hanging loose to curl, if you’d like. Twist the ponytail like a rope, wind it around the elastic, and pin it in place.Ad728_92

 

7 Steps for Maintaining Braids or Twists

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Let’s be honest.Braids take a lot of time and cost a good bit of money.There are several reasons you may choose to get braids for yourself or your daughter, and we know most of them. So, to make sure that your investment goes a long way we have some steps for you to take.Ready? Let’s go!

1、Protect Your Hair At Night

A silk headscarf or a satin pillowcase will help keep your braids from drying out. Your edges will also remain fresher. Doing both may sound like an overkill but many women lose their headscarf during sleep, only to find their braids pressed up against a moisture robbing cotton pillowcase. Keep frizz down and hairstyles in tact with these materials.

2、Keep Your Scalp Moist

Break out a Spray Bottle and spray your thirsty roots. It only take a couple of minutes to moisturize your hair. Just like EVERY other living thing on this earth, your hair needs moisture to survive. The number #1 moisturizer for your thirsty roots is water…PERIOD!


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  • Avoid mineral oils like the plague. Yes, your braids need to hold as much moisture as they can for that optimum look. But, did you know that “Mineral Oil” is the key ingredient in most of the popular braid moisturizers? Don’t use them!
  • Instead, use natural oils like coconut oil or almond oil. To seal in the moisture a leading option is Apricot Castor Oil. You can use it to seal entire braid strands or just your ends. The oils are really good for scalp soothing and retaining important moisture. If you need a non-greasy feeling moisturizer simply use a natural leave-in conditioner.

4、Wash Braids Bi-Weekly (Minimum Recommendation)

A daily buildup of dirt or sweat can cause pores to clog and product build up. This is a recipe for disaster of a scalp and hair. Go here to learn how to wash braids without creating much frizz.65c78c022b87e158506c4e4d6b9f2533_副本

5、Reduce Up-Dos, Pulling and High Manipulation

Constant styling and high ponytails or up-dos pulls on your hairline. Consistently pulling on your hairline will weaken your thirsty roots. No need to destroy your edges over styling. Simply limit these kind of styles to 1 or 2 times a week instead of daily.

6、Redo Your Edges After 4 to 6 Weeks

On average, hair grows 1/2 an inch per month. This means after 4 weeks you have some new growth and the braids around your front hairline…(Edges) can begin to look a bit rough. 2-months in you will feel like you are pushing the limits of HOTNESS..lol.

7、Don’t Wear Braids For Too Long

Some women have been able to effectively wear braids for 4-months with serious care. We recommend a maximum of 2 months. New growth can cause the hair to be pulled on from heavy braids or constant tugging from them. Sleep patterns and daily movement can weaken or damage the new growth from consistent stretching. Fragile ends or breakage goes totally against “Protective Hairstyle” so please,  Be Careful!

These 7 steps for maintaining braids or twists should keep you looking nice. You should definitely get your moneys worth of wear. Your thirsty roots will also remain beautiful as you experience healthy hair growth.If you enjoyed this article please share it on Twitter or Facebook to your friends and family.双色发72890

5 Hairstyles That Make You Look 10 Years Younger

5 Hairstyles That Make You Look 10 Years Younger

News flash: Your youth fix doesn’t have to come in a bottle—or a needle. Your hairstyle could actually take years off (or add them to) your look. Don’t believe us? Check out these celebrity hairstyles—each one gorgeous, of course, but also looking older due to certain overly perfect hairdos. Anti-aging tip number one? Mess it up a little.

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Older: This is pageant hair, and pageant hair is aging. (Unless you’re in a Miss Octogenarian contest.)

Younger: To get Beyoncé’s loose, carefree (and young-looking) waves, rake a tangerine-size dollop of light-hold mousse from roots to ends. Let hair air-dry, then wrap sections of various sizes—so it doesn’t look too done—around a medium-barrel curling iron for five seconds each. Finish by running your fingers through it to break up any stubbornly perfect curls

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Older: Don’t get us wrong, dark brown can be rich, lively, and beautiful. But single color tends to look flat and a little wiglike.

Younger: The lighter and darker shades of creamy blonde create dimension and make Barrymore’s skin glow. (OK, the fact that she was pregnant in this picture probably helped a little, too.)

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Older: With pouf that goes from the hairline to the crown, this complicated twist puts the “old” in “old Hollywood.”

Younger: Sure, her hair is lighter, but Johansson’s loose, slightly roughed-up style would look youthful no matter what the color. After you’ve pulled hair back, run your hands over the surface from back to front to free those flyaways.

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Older: Barrel curls and a forehead flip make Banks’s hair look so stiff and sculpted you could easily imagine it on a bust in a museum.

Younger: A middle part and tousled waves are youthful and the perfect texture for her shoulder-length lob.

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Older: This baby-chicken-on-your-head color wouldn’t work on anyone, and it makes both Suvari’s hair and face look brittle.

Younger: An ashier blonde with ever-so-subtle roots has her looking her age.马来发帘72890

Hair Extensions Removal Tips

Hair Extensions Removal Tips

Hello everyone, Happy labour’s holidy to you all! I want to introduce you some tips for removing hair extensions, hope you like it!women-eyes-models-lips-faces-brown-eyed-girls-black-hair-wallpaper-wallpaper-www-wallpaperswa-com-beautiful-men-1672123359

Removing Tape Hair Extensions:

  • Learn how to remove tape-in hair extensions that have reached the end of their life cycle.
  • Items Needed:
  • Tail Comb
  • Liquid Gold Remover

Steps:

  1. Place several drops of the remover onto the installation point.
  2. Rub it in.
  3. Use the end of a comb to gently pull apart the two layers of adhesive.
  4. Add several more drops of the remover so that it penetrates deeper into the adhesive (if necessary).
  5. Push into the adhesive with the end of the comb.
  6. As the tape hair begins to lift, gently lift the extensions away from the natural hair.
  7. Comb through the natural hair to remove any remaining residue.
  8. Wash the natural hair and the extension hair.curly-long-black-hair-1388078555g48nk

Tape Hair Removal:

  • Learn how to remove Tape-In Hair Extensions.
  •  Items Needed:
  • Tail Comb
  • Orange Oil or
  • Liquid Gold Remover

Steps:

  1. Section the extension to be removed.
  2. Saturate the attachment with your remover and work it into the bond.
  3. Use the end of a comb to lift the extensions apart – add additional remover if it doesn’t slide out effortlessly.
  4. Shampoo, condition and you are ready for your next installation!Ad728_90

Top 7 Zoe Saldana Hairstyles

Top 7 Zoe Saldana Hairstyles

Hello happy weekend! Today I will introduce you some hairstyles from Top 7 Zoe Saldana , which is suitable to date as well!In the last few years, Zoe Saldana played more and more roles in some of the biggest action movies. And she’s becoming one of the major movie stars. To achieve this, it can’t be denied that she has great acting ability as well as the stunning nice looks. This time, let’s enjoy some of Zoe Saldana’s good hairstyles and maybe the next super star is you!

Zoe Saldana Hairstyles: Sweet Bobby Pinned UpdoZoe-Saldana-Hairstyles-Sweet-Bobby-Pinned-Updo

Zoe goes for a sweet look with this bobby pinned updo. She teases the hair aside into a side-bun. And the side-swept curly bangs add a touch of sweetness to the overlook. Younger women are especially great for this hairstyle.

Zoe Saldana Hairstyles: Brunette Long CurlsZoe-Saldana-Hairstyles-Brunette-Long-Curls

The brunette center-parted longs curls are pretty great for Zoe. The loose curls add volume to the hair so it is also wonderful for women with thin hair. Any occasion is suited for this classic hairstyle.

Zoe Saldana Hairstyles: Cheerful PonytailZoe-Saldana-Hairstyles-Cheerful-Ponytail

Zoe Saldana looks sophisticated with the ponytail hairstyle. The raised section on the crown makes the face look longer and solid, so it’s a nice choice for women with a round face shape.

Zoe Saldana Hairstyles: Glamorous Braided Updo4

Zoe Saldana goes for a gorgeous look with this center-parted braided updo. It looks so exquisite and elegant when paired with a proper makeover. Any women can experiment with this updo for any formal occasion.

Zoe Saldana Hairstyles: Gorgeous Messy PonytailZoe-Saldana-Hairstyles-Gorgeous-Messy-Ponytail

This messy ponytail is really sassy when pulled off by Zoe Saldana. The center-parted wavy bangs look siren and play a role to frame the face shape, while the messy ponytail gives off a casual-chic. With such a pretty hairstyle, you can be stunning on any occasion.

Zoe Saldana Hairstyles: Lovely Loose CurlsZoe-Saldana-Hairstyles-Lovely-Loose-Curls

Zoe’s raven hair looks so fine and soft with the long loose curls. It is part slightly form the side and wavy bunches dangling along the face spice up the hairstyle with a romantic vibe. Any face shape is suited for this hairstyle.

Zoe Saldana Hairstyles: Stylish Medium Wavy HairstyleZoe-Saldana-Hairstyles-Stylish-Medium-Wavy-Hairstyle

This medium wavy haircut is stylish indeed. The slender curls are tousled fluffy and irregularly so that the haircut can be attached a natural fashion vibe. With such a gorgeous hairstyle, you needn’t worry about your overlook any more.巴西发帘72890