12 Popular Hairstyles For Women

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1. Starting with clean, damp hair, apply the heat protectant and anti-frizz oil. Use your InStyler to create volume and beachy waves! It’s that easy. Chi Heat Protectant, Garnier Fructis Moroccan Oil, Instyler

2. I rely heavily on amazing hairstylists in my small community, this hairstyle was done by my amazing friend and stylist Taylor Barkley (taylorbarkley21 on Instagram). After bleaching the ends of my hair, they were so damaged and breaking all the time. After speaking to another stylist they recommended using Pureology Hydrate shampoo and conditioner, and their leave in conditioner. Those products saved me from losing 6 inches of hair and I continue to use them to this day.

3. It’s actually funny cause I wasn’t attempting to do such a big updo but my client loved the style so I just went with the flow. I created a petal look with swirls of pinned up locks. I recommend using Tresemme strong hold hairspray and styling mousse.

4. Firstly I tied my hair into a slick high ponytail by using some extra hold hairspray and a brush. I then used a conical curling wand and sections off 1inch pieces and curled them in different directions to get a more natural look. After the curls are done leave them for 10 mins to cool down and brush out with fingers. Lastly, spray with hairspray to keep them in all day or night long. This hairstyle works well on every face shape and is great with straight or wavy hair but also works well with any hair type. It is a classy and slick look if you want your hair out of your face.

5. I did this at a saloon in Oslo, Anabelle in Hausmansgate, who specializes in Afro-hairstyles. It took a lot of time, and extensions, but I’m so pleased! Do not make the same mistake I did! Use a spray bottle of water and some coconut oil (or another type of natural oil) and spray on the scalp from time to time. If not, the scalp will dry out, and you will get blisters and ulcers :/ If you want to keep it for longer than three to four weeks, just use a razor or scissors to remove the excess hair from the braids. That way it all stay fab, and not go all “hippie” like.

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