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Movie Stars and Great Hairstyles Today
Hair! Isn't that really what it is all about? We have to have our hair in a style we feel good about. All of us want it to be easy. Who has time for a hassle with hair? Remember those women you never saw without rollers? Aren't you glad those days are over?
Aren't you so glad we are not in the teasing and hairspray days!
No we are very lucky for the styles we have today and short; medium or long, there is a style just right for us.
Today's styles are simple, easy dos; at any length. Let's see what we have right now. Maybe we can find some ideas for ourselves!
A Perfect Style for Everyone
How about a pixie for cute and easy?
I love this style for showing off your pretty earrings; too!
Almost any would look good with this. Looks like a five minute fix to me!
We can now easily say that gone are the times when the long hair ruled most of the red carpets.
Now it will be a true statement to say that it is all about the chic bobs, some cool crops if you like quiff then go for some bold quiff and also the mid-length hairdo’s best worn by Alexa Chung.
The summer is just perfect time for reinventing the hair.
The trip to the hairdressers got easier with our round-up of best short hairdos on beauty block.
Medium length hairstyles Can adapt with seasons.
Medium hairstyles for Women
Vary depending on the season and trend.
Now we are going to talk about the trend for summer.
The medium length hairstyles can adapt with the change of the season.
You will notice when the weather is getting warmer and warmer, people tend to bring shorter haircuts out to make a fashion statement.
However, you do not have to shorten your hair.
While it might be the era of super chopped short and long length hairdos, medium haircuts can’t be over looked.
They are the long lasting love of Hollywood, and whenever our leading ladies immediately require something super hot, easy and versatile, they turn their heads to these shoulder length haircuts.
Whether you are on a beach party or in an office meeting, they can deliver your instant glamour and oomph.
In fact, a medium cut can be the key for you to transform your ordinary look to the stylish diva over a night – your new years refreshing look.
Beauty and Talent.
Medium Layered Cut
The medium layered cut may look complicated to keep but it really isn't at all. I use this some and it just takes a little mousse and a blow dryer. You can have this style in fifteen minutes or less.
Bend with your hair hanging down and dry just slightly after crunching with mousse; then flip your head up and you have volume and most of the style. Arrange with fingers. There you go.
A very light hair spray can be used to keep all the strands where you want them if you are in an atmosphere that might muss them but with this style; what's a little mussing? Makes it a little sexy and carefree; don't you think?
Here is a fun video with some amazingly simple dos; including some braiding.
I just loved watching ideas I would have never dreamed of and I thought I knew all about hair. Whether you want to try them or not you will enjoy watching I know.
Luscious, Long and Silky. How Many Can Still Pull it Off?
Long Hairstyles - Carrie Underwood - Before They Cheat!
Fabulous Long Styles
Now it’s time for some fabulous long hairstyles to try out in 2014. Long hair can be incredibly versatile: you can wear it loose, in a plait, with braids; you can wear it up or with accessories, and you can try out many different colors and styles. Some of our celebrity inspirations include Kim Kardashian with her poker-straight locks,
Lea Michele with her curly ombre ‘do, Blake Lively and her gorgeous blonde mane, and Rihanna with her ever-changing hairstyles. Take a look through all 100 long hairstyles to find the perfect ‘do for your personal style!
French Braid - Any Braid
Don't you love the braid? I had a French Braid for about three years and everyone thought it was so hard to do but it was very easy and in fact I had the braid because I was so busy with my mother and traveling to hospitals or therapy every day and there was just no time to even think about hairdos.
I know it looked good because I got almost daily compliments. My hair was very long then and I braided it wet.
That made it really easy to handle and when it dried it took on a puffier fuller look.
Don't think I will ever go back to that now my hair is shorter but I still love to add a braid here or there. Great ideas about that in the video above.
Who would think about trying Julianne's updo? Really sweet look for any occasion and especially cool for summertime.
We see a lot of her lately; don't we and a new hairdo every time.
Here I have her simpler one as they all are; really.
Short, medium or long; hairstyles have come a long way and who would have thought to be so gorgeous in their simplicity? No more living in rollers to be ready to go, huh?
Last but not least I saved Taylor Swift; not really a fan of her usual hairstyles but I found this one quite adorable and her changeover video was so much fun to watch that I have seen it a dozen times I bet; so sharing that with you too.
Then too. the guys deserve something if they have made it this far into my hairstyle article. Don't they?
Hope you found a few styles to interest you. I did!
What is your favorite length?
Taylor Swift "Shake it Off"
Great Dryer Tips
To Blow-Dry Straight Hair…
Get the Tools
- The right dryer: Look for at least 1,800 watts and multiple heat and air settings, says New York City stylist Sarah Potempa. Medium heat is best for predrying hair. High heat manipulates your hair’s shape, and air sets a style.
- Nozzle: Don’t discard this. It is key to a smooth look and keeps hair from getting too close to the heat.
- Round brush: Straighten strands, make ends flip, or create waves with this tool. Time-saving tip: The bigger the surface area of a brush, the faster the drying time. Brushes with vents also shave off minutes.
- Hair clip: It keeps layers separate and easy to manage and prevents damage caused by over drying sections.
© 2014 Jackie Lynnley