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Dare To Dazzle

Updated on June 23, 2011

The Directory Of Beauty

The year is ripe, blooming of cool hairstyles, fragrance of dresses exceeding beauty, okay! I overdid it, but that's how I feel. What I want to convey to you is that, this is the year of awesome, go experimental, try any and everything you could possibly do. I like to think you're gonna do that after reading my article though you already may have done it, or were going to. Okay, now, onto the point. Let's look at the coolest haircuts of this year. Look at them get weirder and beautiful each year.

There are no set rules to play by this year, you can go grizzly, scrunched, straight rod, wavy, curly, you name it, they are all there. This is the year of the wow! hairstyles. As you have seen, there is nothing that won't suit you now, it's all there. Just play with your beauty. But personally, I think the scrunch is it. I'll give you the reason.

Take a look at any scrunchy cut. Scrunchy gives your jaw definition, the jaw is one of the major highlights of the human body, it falls close to your face giving it a kind of girly, yet incredibly cool look. A messy look is all over the net and the streets and everywhere. The major highlight, I think, is it makes you look mysterious, no one can guess anything from it, kind of super elusive. Bangs are everywhere, they elevate the monotony of the facial structure, don't they? Same eyes, same lips, phew!! Enough already! Go wild! Extra everything, from makeup, just take the whole lot and rub it on! Leave nothing back. So, we've seen the scrunched look.

For straight and short hair: Again we have the bangs, lots of eye makeup and lip gloss. But just as every sunrise is special, this is a whole new look! With a completely different message. Let's observe and learn, this is the CONFIDENT look, I can pull anything. It kind of gives you resolution and vehemence. Kind of a stubborn cut. Don't think the blonde pulled it but you can't, that's the beauty here, it has all to do with your psyche.

And of course, a formal one with beads, hair pulled back and stuff, it gives you a feminine intricacy, you know, but your features have to be clear cut for this one! But the thing with this year is that, you can't categorize anything, it doesn't have to be bridal, you just need it on a special day. I think these are some of the best hairstyles of the year. Keep me posted.


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    • sharonchristy profile imageAUTHOR

      Sharon Christy 

      6 years ago from India

      Wow! Thank you vocal coach!

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      Audrey Hunt 

      6 years ago from Idyllwild Ca.

      I love this hub Sharon. Very helpful. I have always lied the scrunchy hair style. My hair is baby fine so I have to use everything but glue to style it. I like the freedom and individuality of being able to dress with any style. Anything goes!

      Voted up, useful, awesome and will share.


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