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5 Hairstyles For A Winter Wedding



Winter wedding, just like any other wedding, is an important event. For the bride, especially, there are so many things to prepare for. The bridesmaid dress, the dress, the makeup, and including the hairstyle. There is no formula to dictate whether a winter wedding should be any different than other season weddings. But, to give you a great idea about a hairstyle for a winter wedding, here are 5 best ideas for a winter wedding hairstyle to keep in mind:

The Chignon

The word “chignon” comes from the French phrase “chignon du cou”, which means nape of the neck. Chignons are generally achieved by pinning the hair into a knot at the nape of the neck or at the back of the head, but there are many different variations of the style. A chignon is dateless, but keeping it relaxed and subtly textured makes the look current

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The Jumbo Bun

Whether you are using your own hair or hair extensions to create the style, bun styles are easy to do and fitting for any occasion. And the bigger the bun is, the better it would seem (well, okay, not for everyone. Petite girls should probably keep the size to a minimum). Make a statement with a supersized bun, positioned just above the nape of your neck.

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The Rolled Updo

short hair, long hair, any kinds of hair can make rolled updo a good choice. For those with natural afro hair, a messy kind of updo might be a better one. But even with straight sleek hair, an updo can look chic. The elaborate, rolled updo is perfect for the ethereal bride.

The Accessory

Pu the hir into a simple updo or simple rolled, then add some accessories is the simplest way to accentuate your beauty at your winter wedding. There’s no easier way to make a simple hairstyle wedding-worthy than with a sparkling headband.

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The Flowers Bun

Who said that flowers can only be worn on a spring wedding? Those who want to get married can wear flower hairband as well to get the icy winter wedding a merrier look. the hairband doesn’t have to be intricate. A simple floral band should suffice enough. By the end of the day, it is the face that should be the priority.

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5 Hair Color Trend in 2019



The new year is officially upon us, and that means a fresh batch of hair color trends are about to get big. And, spoiler, the hair colors of 2019 are really good—so good, you’ll have a hard time settling on just one. Ahead are the top 5 hair color you will discover to be a big hit in 2019.

Classic Chestnut And Gold

Classic chestnut hues will get a subtle upgrade come 2019, thanks to face-framing, light-brown highlights. Miranda Kerr has already jumped on the trend, adding dimension to her iconic brunette hair with sleek, golden highlights. The best part about this color is that it’s so easy to maintain—especially if you’re starting with a brown base.

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Shiny Black

This rich, inky-black is all about shine—the glossier, the better. Preserving your shade is crucial with this hue, so make sure you stock up on color-enhancing products before booking your appointment. And no, it has nothing to do with your back then gothic day.

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Ash Gray

If you’d like to dip your toes into the dark side without committing to a full-on black look, ash gray is an obvious choice. The darkest sections will be along your roots, with a light, moody gray toward your ends.

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Soft Pink

It isn’t often that a wearable hair color trend comes out of fashion week, but the pastel hues that dotted the Marc Jacobs Spring 2019 runway may just inspire you to go bold this year. Models wore shades of blue, lavender, and orange, but it was the soft, cotton-candy pink that arguably stole the show.

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Baby Blonde

The inspiration behind this shade is the sun-brightened, natural streaks you’d find on surfers or little kids. Just make sure you ask your stylist to lean towards pale blonde tones rather than pure icy. This color is especially for those who loved the platinum color in 2018.

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4 Tips And Tricks To Straighten Your Hair Naturally



Straight hair is stylish, pretty, and convenient, especially for wintertime. The problem, however, is that many of the tools used. Such as heat and chemical straighteners. Hence, are really bad for your hair. Over time, they dry it out, split the ends. Finally, you end up with straight hair that’s not nearly as attractive as it once was.

Fortunately. There are some other methods for encouraging curly or wavy hair to straighten out naturally, without using heat or chemicals. You won’t get the pin-straight look from the iron. Also, you’ll have healthier hair that’s more or less straight with volume.

Roll Your Hair

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Use large hair rollers, i.e. the size of soda cans, to roll sections of wet hair and secure them tightly against your head. Let dry completely. This is important because the slightest bit of moisture can make the curl or wave come back.

Wrap Wet Hair Tightly

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When your hair is wet, comb and divide it down the center. Comb the left portion all the way over to the right (yes, it’s a combover of sorts) and wrap around the back of your head, securing with bobby pins. Flip the right section over the left side, wrap, and pin in the same way. Let it air dry completely. You can wrap in a silk scarf and sleep on it to reduce frizz.

Use Overnight Hair Hands

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Divide damp hair into one or two low ponytails. Fasten with a soft hair elastic, then add additional elastics every inch or so down the ponytail, in order to hold it together. Make sure the elastics are fairly loose so that they won’t leave a noticeable mark on your hair. Go to sleep and let it out in the morning.

Twist Hair Into A Bun

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If you have fairly obedient, straightish hair to begin with, then this method will likely work for you, though it’s not effective on my stubbornly wavy hair. Make a ponytail of damp hair and twist like a rope. Wrap around itself to make a bun and secure with an elastic. Let air dry, then brush out.


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5 Easy Style To Wear Bandana



Did you know that the bandanas can be traced back to the 18th century? Yes! People back then were much cooler and badass than we thought they were. Anyway, just like a lot of the retro styles. Therefore, bandanas are back too! It’s like a rescue ranger for your bad hair days. Not just that, they double up as accessories and more.

Let’s look at everything you can do with a bandana and learn how to wear them differently too. Once you decide to style it, you realize it’s going to be quick, stylish and easy. Try it and show it off to your friends.

The Soft Side Pony

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Mindy from Cute Girls Hairstyles used a similar technique for her bandana hairstyle, only she swept her hair into a pretty side pony. Lightly curl the pieces in front for a more feminine look.

The Girly Headband

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Fashion vlogger Alex shows us how to copy celebs like Kylie Jenner and Pia Mia by adding a bandana to simple messy waves. To get the look, start by taking a curling iron and wrapping random sections of your hair around it. Once your hair is as wavy as you’d like, top it off with a light hairspray or texturizing spray. Fold your bandana and wrap it around your head, tying the ends at the front. Give your tresses a good fluff and you’re festival-ready.

The Pop of Color

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If you simply want to add a pop of color to any outfit, grab a colored bandana and tie it around your bag. Especially if your outfit is neutral, tying a bright colored bandana around your purse adds just the right amount of sass.

The Hidden Headband

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Hailey Baldwin went for a simpler festival hairstyle in this Instagram post, and it’s easy for anyone to achieve. Section off the top half of your hair and put it in a bun or ponytail. Fold your bandana and wrap it around your forehead, under the top section. Tie it in the back and let your hair down for a fun alternative to a headband.

The Wrapped Bun

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When you want a cute hairstyle without the fuss, try this wrapped bun by Milabu. Put your hair up in a high bun, and wrap your bandana around the bun. Secure the ends with bobby pins or tuck them in.

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