Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Quick Guide To A Few Simple Hairstyles 2010

A Quick Guide To A Few Simple Hairstyles 2010

It can be difficult to decide what you want to do with your hair sometimes. This isn't because you don't know how to do hair—but sometimes it can be rather difficult. You can only know so much when it comes to hair. Maybe you're looking for new ways to do your hair, and new ideas to try out. The only problem is actually getting your hair done! How do you do those styles? How hard are they? How long do they take?
Simple Hair 2010

This very quick guide is here to answer your questions about two styles.
The first covered is a style in which your hair is scrunched. This might seem a bit odd, but it's the perfect way to get those “just got out of the ocean” waves that you've been looking for. You need just four things—hair, gel, mousse, and a diffuser.

First, you have to have wet hair, like you're just out of the shower. You can also achieve this effect by using a squirt bottle if your hair isn't wet at the current moment. Do not towel dry like you would normally—this can create frizz which is not part of the hairstyle and will ruin the look. Simply cover it in a towel until it has dried most of the way on its own. You need to squeeze and scrunch it with the towel a few times until large portion of the water is out. Do not rub, however. This can take a while depending on how thick or thin your hair is.

Then take a mousse and place it at the bottom and middle of your scalp. Be very gentle when you rub it in. After this, take a gel, and spread it over your hands and begin to scrunch. Afterward, you simply dry it with a diffuser. And voila. You have scrunched hair.
The second hairstyle is layered ponytails. These are really, really simple and look nice while keeping you cool.

Create a vertical part at the top of your hair. Make sure you have about an inch of hair in your hands and create a ponytail. After that, create another part, directly below that one. Take the tail of the first ponytail and include it in with the second. The tail should be mixed with the second ponytail. Continue this until you get to the bottom of your hair and then just make a large ponytail at the bottom. You can also do this on both sides or one on each side and a third in the middle. It's up to you.
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