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giiraffe asked:

23 Dec 2010

What are some good hairstyles for long, layered hair with bangs?

I need some more hairstyles for school and stuff and at the moment, I basicaly have a messy bun and a ponytail working for me. Does anyone know any good hairstyle that involve the fringe/bangs not hanging out ?



sena95 says:

Posted on 23 Dec 2010

Little girls these days want to look smart as well as casual while going to school. Since they are not really able to express much with plain uniforms, the only styling they can do is regarding their hair. There are quite a few styles that can go a long way in making a school kid look cool and smart. At the same time, these easy hairstyles can keep the kid from combing every now and then in order to prevent hair falling over the eyes and distracting. In case you are looking for some ideas for quick hairstyles for school, given here is useful information for the same.

This style never goes out of fashion and is definitely one of the hottest hairstyles for young school going girls. It could be either a high ponytail or one starting just above the base of the neck, both look equally good and lend a neat and groomed look. You may also opt for two ponytails on either side of the head. You can always perk up your style with colorful barrettes, ponytail holders and clips. They are very helpful in hot weather especially, as they keep the neck free of sweat and heat.

Another great way to style up your hair would be to tie it up in a bun. We are not talking about the old-fashioned librarian hairstyle. Buns for young girls are slightly loose and can be tied on top of the head. Just brush the hair smooth and gather it all in a bunch. Curl it up loosely and tie it up with a neat ponytail holder. If the hair is too loose and silky, you may use some hair spray to keep it in place.

Half Ponytail
One of the most preferred styles, the half ponytail looks really cute. It helps keep the hair in place and also lets you look casual by letting down your hair! In this hairstyle, you need to gather the hair on top half of the head and tie it into a ponytail. The hair at the back is let to fall naturally. Brush the hair to make it look smooth.

The most hassle-free way to tie up your hair is with clips. Be it alligator clips or colorful butterfly clips, they help keep the hair in place and also look cool. Clips are suited best for hair that is thick since thin hair may not come in the grasp of the clip. Little girls may find it distracting to have a clip clamped up onto thin hair. Scrunch up the hair neatly and use an alligator clip to keep it in place.


saranghae says:

Posted on 23 Dec 2010

Try two braids, or just the one big one with your fringe clipped back onto the top of your head.
Or ever two low ponytails on either side with your fringe clipped back.


saranghae says:

Posted on 23 Dec 2010

Ooops. xD

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