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amandaaa asked:

23 Feb 2009

what are some cute, sporty hairstyles that aren't hard to do?

I have an event in my school that everyone gets dressed up for and competes in activites.. people were saying french braids, but everybody's doing it.. HELP! any suggestions? pictures please..



stargirl says:

Posted on 23 Feb 2009

do a messy bun and wear some a cute headbands, kind of like this.


stargirl says:

Posted on 23 Feb 2009

bere's some tips on how to do one

1. Make a ponytail.

2. Pin loose hair that is hanging down with bobby pins.

3. Spray some hairspray everywhere.

4. Scrunch your pony tail.

5. Put a headband around your hair.

6. Twist the scrunched up pieces of hair and tie elastic bands around them.


ilovesk8terboys says:

Posted on 23 Feb 2009

ohhh you could doo a messy bun:)


pigtails low ones though haha

high pony tail :)oh wear prewrap woth a messy bun thuse r cute or put ur hair in a high pony tail then braid the pony tail and tie it then put some prewrap in it itll look cute:)


x_elena says:

Posted on 23 Feb 2009

this is all from a website, it wont let me copy and paste the website tho eargg!!

(srry, my computers screwd)

Double braids work well with medium to longer hair lengths as they both keep the hair out of the face and off of the neck. Using a comb, trace a straight part down the back of the head and secure one of the two sections with an elastic band. Begin braiding by separating the remaining segment of hair into three equal sections. Braid hair by alternately pulling each of the outside sections of hair toward the center, over the middle section. Continue braiding hair until only an inch or two remains at the bottom of the braid. Fasten the end with an elastic hair band and repeat for the second braid. For best results, braid hair while it is still damp from the shower unless sporting events are during cold winter months. (Consider doing this same style with French braids if you know how.)

Using elastic headbands, pull hair back from forehead and tie it up into a high ponytail for the best and easiest off the neck, out-of-the-eyes style. Elastic bands work best for ponytails because plastic and metal clips can sometimes cause injury if sporting accidents occur.

Mini-braid mania ? Using tiny rubber bands made specifically for hair, braid bangs or front section of hair split into tiny sections, one by one. Depending on hair?s length and personal preferences, braid one or two rows and tie the rest back into a ponytail. For those with much time on their hands or a whole bunch of friends to help out, braid the entire head! If desired, use hairspray or gel to strengthen the hold. Consider using an elastic headband or other alternative to keep braids against the top of your head and off of your face.

Improvised headband - If elastic headbands are not among the selection of barrettes and clips in your personal hair care inventory, don?t worry. Try to get some pre-wrap from your team?s athletic trainer if possible, or barring that, find an old T-shirt and cut off one sleeve. Cut the sleeve again, but just at the seam that stitches it from bicep to armpit. Open up the sleeve and cut tiny strips about one-half inch thick and the entire length of the sleeve, starting the scissors along the edge where you just cut the seam. After cutting the strips, pull fabric gently but firmly to tighten and tie around head, holding hair down securely. This improvised fashion statement could actually accommodate your entire team with hair bands for all, if cutting both sleeves of an old T-shirt.

As a fun tradition, get a few friends together before the game and help each other with an athletic hairstyle. Braiding each other?s hair to keep it out of the eyes and off the neck can provide some relaxing downtime just prior to the opening whistle while putting everyone in a positive mood. Help each other get psyched up and ready to play!


kinda long:"> sorry

hwp i helped tho:D



stargirl says:

Posted on 23 Feb 2009

or you could do a high teased pony with a double headband


3nir says:

Posted on 23 Feb 2009

This one is the easiest hairstyle that you can do. It take less time. And you don't need any practice to do this either :p

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