Hairstyle Trends For 2014

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What ever style your hair is , it definitely says ALOT about you. When you have a gorgeous hairstyle, not only will you have confidence and poise, but you feel marvelous and beautiful. In order to achieve that, you must pick a style that frames your face. Below are the hairstyles that I feel will fit anyone, whether you have a long face, wide face, square, or oblong shape. Here are my top choices of hair style trends for 2014:

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If you don’t already have a hairstylist, do some research and find out about the salon and the hairdresser. Do some research by asking around, and read up on Yelp reviews. Find a hairdresser that will sit and consult with you on your hair, the cut you want, color and definitely ask questions. Bring a picture of the hair style that you want and see if it can be replicated. There’s nothing worst than going to the salon and spending hours and $$$ on hair that will make you look unflattering. Have fun and Good Luck!

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2013 Top Hairstyles ..CHECK THIS OUT

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Yes, it’s the new year and we’ve all made our New Year’s Resolution to either exercise, lose weight, get fit , save money, eat better, ….blah blah blah….
Well, have you dared to start off the New Year with “gittin yo hair did?”  That’s right ladies, let’s start this year fresh with a new ‘do’ and then work our way to fashion…shall we?!?

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Jennifer Aniston always looks gorgeous. This type of hair style is not only easy to attain but it will look good for the next 3 months. It’s definitely doable for any type of face shape, whether you have a round face, square face, thin face, you will rock this hairstyle no matter what.

ImageAnother favorite hair do of mine is from Sarah Jessica Parker. She looks young, fresh, and vibrant. I call this the ulitmate sexy summer hair look. Hair is full of volume and beautiful curls. Again, any type of face shape will look good in this.

ImageDemi Moore is one hot m.i.l.f. The hair style looks kinda ..eh, boring (i wear my hair like this on most days) but make sure that you add volume to it. Other wise, your hair will look oily and dirty and no good. This looks good on any frame shape.

ImageThis is one hair style I’ve not tried yet. I will definitely do my hair like this the next time I get it cut. It’s so freakin 70s, and it looks pretty rad. Any face shape will look wonders with this do.

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Ok, i am NOT a fan of this haircut. Only few women can pull this off. If you have high cheek bones, nice neck, no double chin,and a pretty chiseled facial structure, then maybe, just maybe you can pull it off. Halle Berry looks good in every hairstyle . If you do have a wide thick face (and I do) stay away from this hair .

Be bold and be a new you for the New Year. Get a new haircut. It makes all the difference.

 

 

 

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Long Hair Styles to Look Good In For Oval Face

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Its been a while since I’ve posted…been busy with getting my makeup business and other things out of the way.

So here is a compilation of trendy long hair styles that are in for 2008. Again, these hairstyles are for oval and round faces but can fit anyone.

Enjoy!

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How To Apply Foundation

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How to Apply Foundation  With a clean face, cleanse, tone and moisturize.Apply primer. Apply foundation to freshly moisturized skin to ensure you have a perfect base on which to work.Then, I use a cosmetic sponge to apply most types of foundation –Try not using your fingertips which results in an uneven, greasy finish.Apply foundation in dots, then blend each one with your sponge.Dampen the sponge first of all, then squeeze out the excess moisture – this will prevent the sponge from soaking up too much costly foundation.Check for tidemarks on your jawline, nose, forehead and chin.Choose a color only one shade lighter than your skin tone for the most natural look. You will get best results if you use a flat brush to apply the cream into the hollows of the shadow and then gradually blend it into the rest of your makeup.Then apply some powder to finish it off. Loose powder is great!