Sparklingdiamond

for shemales, trannys, cd, and tv ,gays
 
homepageHomeGalleryFAQSearchMemberlistRegisterLog in

Share | 
 

 Hair Styles

Go down 
AuthorMessage
janettranny22
TS hot girl
avatar

Gender : Male

Number of posts : 266
Age : 31
Location : chicago
Points : 176
Registration date : 2008-09-02

PostSubject: Hair Styles   Tue Sep 30, 2008 12:41 pm

Hair styles, hair care, hair secrets for women.
Black Hair
Should You Get Black Hair?

By Lynn Lopez

You might be thinking of getting a drastically new look. Most times, this only entails a change in your everyday makeup, a new haircut, or a few touch-ups to your wardrobe. What�s really guaranteed to up your look�s shock factor is getting a new hair color. If you�ve been a blonde all your life, turning brunette will turn heads. If you�ve never switched your brown hair color for any other shade, going a lot lighter will brighten up your appearance. But if you go with black hair, then that will definitely give you a whole new look.
Black hair can convey lots of different images. It could make you look like a total Goth girl or make you look like the perfect Oriental doll. Done right, it could make you look like a raven-haired goddess with long, cascading tresses.

Not everyone is cut out to sport black hair, though. Before you head to your stylist and declare your intentions to blacken your locks, go over these few guidelines first.


Black hair is your goal, but it�s not advisable to choose a totally charcoal-black shade. Hairdressers say a really deep black sometimes makes hair look fake, so a dark brown-black shade would look better.
Consider your skin color. They say black goes with everything, and that�s more or less true with black hair. You could have dark skin, have a glowing tan, or olive complexion and you�re going to be able to pull off black hair just fine. Fair skin also does justice to black hair, but make sure you�re not extremely pale, unless you really are going for a Goth look.
Take your cue from stars who have turned their manes black. While she�s ordinarily gorgeous in every look she�s experimented with, Angelina Jolie once looked sinister in black at the 2000 Oscars. Ashlee Simpson used to be an aspiring black-haired rocker chick when she emerged into the music scene. Britney Spears shocked everyone when she dyed her normally blond hair a stunning black. Burlesque artist Dita Von Teese is a natural blonde, but established her signature style with glossy black curls.
Having second thoughts about getting black hair? Get yourself accustomed to a darker hair color by getting a deep brown shade first. If it turns out gorgeous, let the color settle in for several months and give your hair time to relax before getting another treatment. Then you can launch your new look and go all out black.

_________________
Back to top Go down
View user profile http://sparklingdiamond.forumotion.com
janettranny22
TS hot girl
avatar

Gender : Male

Number of posts : 266
Age : 31
Location : chicago
Points : 176
Registration date : 2008-09-02

PostSubject: Re: Hair Styles   Tue Sep 30, 2008 12:43 pm

Hair Extensions



How To Take Care of Hair Extensions

By Lynn Lopez





window.google_render_ad();



So you�ve got the all-new look, you�ve got the long gorgeous mane you�ve always wanted to have, and you�re feeling like a total goddess thanks to your longer locks. But they�re not going to stay beautiful unless you really make the effort to take care of them. Your extensions might not be your real hair, but that doesn�t mean you should just neglect them. We�ve got hair extension care tips for you right here, so take the time to check them out.

First and foremost, you have to keep your hair clean. Use a mild shampoo and conditioner or better yet, ask your stylist what kind of products would work best your hair and your extensions. When taking a shower, it�s recommended that you gradually wet your hair instead of putting on the full pressure of water on your head right away, which could cause a lot of tangling.

Going to the pool or the beach? Feel free to toss around your newly-lengthened tresses while you�re frolicking in the sand or lounging around beside the pool. But when the time comes for you to take a dip, tuck your hair under a swim cap. Chemicals and saltwater can do great damage to your hair. Wash your hair afterwards in case some of these seeped into your cap during your swim.

Don�t worry about putting your hair in buns, braids and ponytails. Your hair will still hold up when styled in different ways. Just make sure you use some good clips and bands which won�t stretch out your hair.

If you�re going to style your hair, remember not to use too much heat because it could turn your hair frizzy. Wash your hair with lukewarm water and let it air-dry afterwards. If you really must use a hair dryer, go with ionic dryers for best results.

An important reminder for you would be to stay away from coloring or perming your hair yourself. As always, consult your salon first and leave all treatments in their hands.

Following these simple tips will keep your extensions looking nice and natural. Best of all, you will get to keep your goddess-like locks for a longer period of time!

_________________
Back to top Go down
View user profile http://sparklingdiamond.forumotion.com
janettranny22
TS hot girl
avatar

Gender : Male

Number of posts : 266
Age : 31
Location : chicago
Points : 176
Registration date : 2008-09-02

PostSubject: Re: Hair Styles   Tue Sep 30, 2008 12:45 pm

Layered Hairstyles



By Beverly Smith

Layered hairstyles are one of the most popular hairstyles these days. This style works best on straight hair, preferrably long hair.

Layered hairstyles look great by bringing more volume to your hair and because of the layers, you can play around with colors and highlights.

Layered haircuts result from having the hair cut into a number of layers, the shortest being the uppermost, with length increasing at the ends.

Take a look at these layered hairstyles - click to see large pictures:



Layered hairstyles begin with fringes and locks and then the layers are appropriately given. The layers are then done for the complete hair length. The longer the hair the more visible this hairstyle.



Layered haircuts allow for innovation and creativity where hair color is concerned. A combination of colors can be used for a fashionable look.
Two colors are also popular - a darker base color and a light shade to appear as highlights.

_________________
Back to top Go down
View user profile http://sparklingdiamond.forumotion.com
janettranny22
TS hot girl
avatar

Gender : Male

Number of posts : 266
Age : 31
Location : chicago
Points : 176
Registration date : 2008-09-02

PostSubject: Re: Hair Styles   Tue Sep 30, 2008 12:46 pm

[b]Ponytail Styles[/b]



[i]By Kathryn M. D�Imperio [/i]

[img(173px,320px)]http://www.beautyden.com/pics/ponytail.jpg[/img] Fun and flirty or professional and sophisticated, the ponytail is a timeless style appropriate for just about any occasion or event. Ponytails look absolutely adorable when worn by young girls and tots, but they also look chic and classy on mature women.

Beyond the basics of ponytails, dozens of variations and fashionable styles await. Wearing two ponytails � aka: pigtails � is a style that dates way back to our youth. Nowadays, creative hairstylists and inventive product masterminds have developed fancy and interesting alternatives to the previously two-story style.

Here are a few styles to get you started on modernizing and accessorizing your ponytail. Just remember, you are only limited by your creativity!

[b]Ponytail Style #1: A Simple Yet Elegant Up-do Ponytail[/b]

Meredith Boyd, founder of Mere Cosmetics (www.merecosmetics.com), proposes a modernized up-do sans curls. It is easy to create and looks great for any occasion.

To create Boyd�s style, follow these steps:


[list]
<LI itxtvisited="1">[b]Blow dry[/b] hair straight with a paddle brush and use a quarter-sized dollop of straightening balm like �Redken Straight 05� to prevent curls and frizz while also keeping hair smooth.
<LI itxtvisited="1">[b]Part:[/b] Make a deep part to one side.
<LI itxtvisited="1">[b]Sweep[/b] front of hair to one side and secure with a bobby pin if needed.
<LI itxtvisited="1">[b]Spray[/b] the front of your hair with hairspray to hold.
<LI itxtvisited="1">[b]Gather[/b] all of your hair back into a mid to low ponytail.
<LI itxtvisited="1">[b]Separate[/b] a small section of hair from the back of the ponytail and wrap it around the hair band.
<LI itxtvisited="1">[b]Wrap[/b] the hair around the band a few times with one hand, and with the other hand slip your finger through one loop of the band at the bottom in the back.
<LI itxtvisited="1">[b]Tuck[/b] the ends of hair through so it�s secure.
[*]That�s it! Now spray all over for hold.
[/list]

�An extra tip is to always use hair bands the same hue as your hair,� Boyd says. �Appropriate for work or an evening out for a formal event!�



[b]Ponytail Style #2: The Perfect Ponytail[/b]

Martha Creed, stylist of Fantastic Sams, recommends a sleek ponytail accented by your favorite headband. To create her refined look, follow these steps while hair is still damp:


[list]
<LI itxtvisited="1">[b]Apply[/b] a styling glaze while hair is damp.
<LI itxtvisited="1">[b]Brush[/b] hair back into a ponytail with a bristle brush.
<LI itxtvisited="1">[b]Twist[/b] the ponytail two to three times to give it holding power on a damp head.
<LI itxtvisited="1">[b]Blow dry[/b] hair. �As your hair dries, the twisting of the pony will add some volume,� Creed says. �Spray hairspray in hands so it doesn�t get that old fashioned hair look. Mix with spray shine for a shiny hold.�
[*][b]Accessorize[/b] with a headband in any complementing color.
[/list]

[b]Ponytail Style #3: Ponytails as a Convertible Fashion[/b]

Homer Prefontaine, owner and designer of Salon Prefontaine, says, �Do it Yourself Hairdos are easier than you think. One thing to keep in mind when you�re doing your own hair is to not try and make every hair perfect.�

Prefontaine�s three top styles for ponytails are appropriate for many occasions, but they range from elegant to playful in look and feel so you can match them to your own event or occasion.

�Depending on the event, you can either slick it back for an elegant and chic appearance, or you can tease it a little at the top and loosely pin it back for a soft and playful style,� he explains. �Another option is pulling your hair back from ear to ear into a tight ponytail and leaving the rest down for a sleek, yet soft look.�

The current style for ponytails is wearing them low rather than high on the head.

Ponytails are great as a last-minute fashion, as a fallback plan for a bad day hair as a functional athletic hairstyle, or as a fun and flirty or elegant and sophisticated style. Just like blue jeans and t-shirts, ponytails are comfortable and here to stay!

_________________
Back to top Go down
View user profile http://sparklingdiamond.forumotion.com
janettranny22
TS hot girl
avatar

Gender : Male

Number of posts : 266
Age : 31
Location : chicago
Points : 176
Registration date : 2008-09-02

PostSubject: Re: Hair Styles   Tue Sep 30, 2008 12:49 pm

[b]Dealing With A Bad Haircut[/b]



[i]By Lynn Lopez[/i]

[img(232px,206px)]http://www.beautyden.com/pics/hair_bad_haircut.jpg[/img] Face it, bad haircuts are a fact of life. We could have the most perfect new hairstyle in mind and give the stylist an extremely clear explanation on how we'd like our hair to look, but we could still end up with a totally unmanageable mop or a cut that's worlds different from the one we had in mind. This is particularly troubling if we're not just going in for a regular trim, but actually trying to establish a whole new look or imitate a celebrity's fabulous hairstyle.

The moment you see your horrid haircut, you're probably going to want to hide from the world for a while until your hair grows back. You're definitely not planning on facing criticisms or even jokes about the look you didn't want to have in the first place. Maybe you might even get a terrible urge to slam the stylist with a lawsuit for butchering your hair and ruining your life.

Dealing with a less-than-ideal haircut need not be so drastic. You don�t have to let it make you miserable. Here are some things you can try to get through the ordeal.


[list]1. Go back to the salon and tell them you're unhappy with the result of your haircut. Some salons would offer to undo the damage. You might want to consider getting another stylist though, because if your previous stylist already made a mistake, there's no guarantee that she can actually fix your hair.

2. If your hair's still long enough, pull it back into a ponytail. You probably wouldn't want to see your new haircut, so a ponytail's the easiest style to get it out of your face. But don't just yank it back carelessly. Even if your haircut is bad, you can still tie your hair back in cute, stylish ways.

3. Try to find if there are any people around you or even celebrities who sport a nearly-identical style as yours. See how they wear their hair and make the most out of your new look. Who knows? With a little work and attitude, it might end up looking fabulous after all.

4. Take care of your hair. Just because it doesn�t look like your dream hairstyle doesn�t mean you should neglect it. Give it a boost of shine with regular conditioning treatments.

5. Avoid chopping off your hair again, no matter how tempting it is to get rid of it! It just might end up looking worse.
[/list]

So the next time you get a haircut, it would be a good idea to bring along a picture of the style you want, because there might be some stylists who won't be able to clearly visualize the look you want. During your haircut, speak up if it looks like your stylist is veering away from your instructions so she knows how you like it.



Of course, it can be aggravating to look at a bad hairstyle day after day, but it will grow back. In the meantime, just relax and make the look yours by styling it in more flattering ways

_________________
Back to top Go down
View user profile http://sparklingdiamond.forumotion.com
janettranny22
TS hot girl
avatar

Gender : Male

Number of posts : 266
Age : 31
Location : chicago
Points : 176
Registration date : 2008-09-02

PostSubject: Re: Hair Styles   Tue Sep 30, 2008 12:51 pm

Perfect Hairstyle



Choosing the Perfect Hairstyle

Anna Lynn C. Sibal �2006





window.google_render_ad();



Sometimes, it is just so hard to pick a hairstyle that will suit us. We spend time browsing through fashion magazines just trying to pick out what style would look great on us. But when we finally choose one that we think is simply fabulous and take it to our hairstylist, sometimes the end results is so horrible that instead of prancing around and displaying our new do, we hide it by tying our hair in ponytails or wearing hats until our hair grows long enough to be cut once more.

Sometimes, it is not enough to just follow the trends and to have our hair done in what is considered the hottest and trendiest hairstyle around at the moment. We have to make sure that this hottest and trendiest hairstyle really suits our hair and the shape of our face. After all, we might just end up wasting money and needlessly frustrated, merely because we did not like what the hairstylist did to our hair.

What do we need to do when choosing the perfect hairstyle for us? Among the few things we should take into account when choosing hairdos is the shape of our face, as well as our age. But now let us discuss the right kind of hairstyle that goes with our age that is in style right now.

The shaggy bob is good for women in their twenties today, the one with the graduated and structured layers. It is young and hip and stylish, and at the same time makes a woman look sophisticated.

Hair with lots of layers and reaching the shoulders or even to the middle of the back is a good and current hairstyle for women in their thirties. This kind of hairstyle gives women a natural yet sophisticated look that is just sexy and alluring.

A hairstyle with that frames the face and cut with lots of short layers, and perhaps bangs or a fringe would look fabulous for a woman in her forties. Short hair that is easy to maintain would make her look young but without seeming like she is trying too hard. The layers will also hide the wrinkles and draw the eyes away from the sags and the facelift scars.

Another question to ask when choosing the perfect hairstyle is to color. Should you have your hair colored or not? If you are going to have your hair colored, you might as well choose a style that will require minimum maintenance. Ideally, this would be sticking to your natural hair color and just adding a few highlights around the face.

If you are going to change the color of your hair, make sure you are prepared to deal with the regular maintenance needed to touch up the roots and to keep your hair soft, shiny and damage-free. If your skin is light and has cool skin tones, better go for the light hair colors. If your skin has warmer tones, then stick to the warmer and darker hair colors.

_________________
Back to top Go down
View user profile http://sparklingdiamond.forumotion.com
janettranny22
TS hot girl
avatar

Gender : Male

Number of posts : 266
Age : 31
Location : chicago
Points : 176
Registration date : 2008-09-02

PostSubject: Re: Hair Styles   Tue Sep 30, 2008 12:52 pm

Caring for Black Hair



Caring for Afro-American Hair

By Anna Lynn Sibal

We all have different types of hair as dictated by our genes. Some of us are born with curly hair, while some of us have naturally straight hair. Some of us have heads of thick hair, while some have locks made up of fine strands.

Because we all have varying hair types with their own unique characteristics, our hair care regimen should be tailor-fit to the type of hair we have and not just because that particular regimen or product worked well with your girlfriend.

The same principle applies with racial hair types. In this article, we shall be talking about how to care for the kind of hair found on African-Americans.

African-Americans generally have black hair. Hair of their type is usually fine, porous and more prone to breakage. The curly Afro-American hair also has fewer layers of cuticle on each individual hair strand, making it fragile and more vulnerable to damage from heat, moisture loss and chemicals.

Afro-American hair should, therefore, be treated with extreme care. If you are an Afro-American with this typical black hair type, you should use hair care products that are moisture-rich and formulated to keep the moisture locked in your hair.
Here are other tips you can use for caring for your black hair.

1. When washing the hair, gently massage the scalp and avoid pulling and tugging at the hair strands. Hair is at its most vulnerable when it is wet, and African-American hair is more vulnerable than other hair types. Thus, extra care is needed.

2. When you are done washing your hair, remove excess water from your hair by blotting the water out instead of rubbing it with a towel. Just press your towel against your hair to capture the excess water.

3. Before you blow dry your hair, first apply a moisturizing lotion to close the cuticles of the hair and to keep the moisture in. And then, detangle the hair with a large-toothed comb. Your strokes should be from the ends upward to your scalp so you do not have to pull and tug at the tangles, something that happens when you comb your hair from scalp all the way down to the ends with just one stroke.

4. Hold the blow dryer at least six inches away from your hair and keep it moving around your head. Never point it directly to one section of your hair for a prolonged period. Better yet, try to blow dry your hair in sections. Start drying your hair from the bottom up to the top of your head. You can also try sitting with your head upside down and your hair cascading to the floor. This will effectively dry the inner strands of the hair without overheating the outer strands.

5. Once you are done with blow drying your hair, expose your hair to a blast of cold air in order to close the cuticles of each strand. This will keep your hair from losing too much moisture throughout the day.

_________________
Back to top Go down
View user profile http://sparklingdiamond.forumotion.com
janettranny22
TS hot girl
avatar

Gender : Male

Number of posts : 266
Age : 31
Location : chicago
Points : 176
Registration date : 2008-09-02

PostSubject: Re: Hair Styles   Tue Sep 30, 2008 12:53 pm

Winter Hair



Winterproofing Your Hair

Susan M. Keenan �2006







window.google_render_ad();



Chilly weather is on its way. Along with this blast of cool invigorating air on the outside of our living and working quarters comes dry indoor heat. Both of these happen to be two of the top enemies of luscious looking hair, right after the chemical damage hair coloring and perming can reek. Don�t hide your hair under a wooly hat this winter, even if it is a designer brand with a chic price tag.

The havoc that combination can bring to your hair is avoidable with a few careful purchases and a basic daily plan. If your hair is your crowning glory, then why not give it the royal treatment? Follow these quick and easy tips to a mane of hair that will have even the king of the jungle turning his head for a second glance.

Flyaway hair can be tamed with a simple touch of leave in conditioner. No more tucking that sweater back into the closet simply because it adds a bit of electricity to your locks. Certain types of fabric create static charges when rubbed against our tresses. Leave in conditioners neutralize static charges and zaps them before they even have time to make an appearance.

Since a variety of leave in conditioners are on the market today, you have a lot of choices. Consider selecting one with a fragrance that appeals to you and have the added bonus of an aromatic pick me up. Simply spray the product on clean hair and comb through with even strokes. Remember to towel dry your hair for the best results.

Limp locks are a definite no-no. Once the dry hair has taken the moisture from your hair, it will hang like so much wet spaghetti. Use a bodybuilding styling aid with extra moisturizers to whip that mane of hair back into full flow.

Proteins are the building blocks of the human cells and this type of product is chock full of them. Along with glycerin for moisture, the protein and amino acids in this product work wonders to recreate a beautiful and full bodied head of hair.

The market is a veritable treasure chest full of styling aids. Shop around and locate the one that works the best for you. Simply spray a bit of the bodybuilding styling aid into the palm of your hand. Apply it directly to your hair near the roots for the best effect.

Taking care of your hair is just as important as putting on your face in the morning. After all, it is at eye level and one of the first things that people notice about you. If you want to feel good about yourself, then you need to feel good about the way you look. Cater to your hair and it will reward you with a noticeable bounce, a beautiful shine, and a look that even a mother would be proud to see.

_________________
Back to top Go down
View user profile http://sparklingdiamond.forumotion.com
janettranny22
TS hot girl
avatar

Gender : Male

Number of posts : 266
Age : 31
Location : chicago
Points : 176
Registration date : 2008-09-02

PostSubject: Re: Hair Styles   Tue Sep 30, 2008 12:54 pm

Athletic Hairstyles



Athletic Hairstyles for Any Age

By Kathryn M. D�Imperio





window.google_render_ad();



Creating the perfect pre-game hairdo can become a very enjoyable, cherished tradition. Friends and teammates can bond before each game as they help each other toss their hair back into fun, athletic hairstyles.

Bangs and long hair can be a liability if you are an athlete. Even short and medium length hair can get in the way while you play your heart out on the field or on the court. The constant tickle of your hair brushing against your face or getting in your eyes can be more than distracting; it can be downright aggravating. And quite honestly, how your hair looks is probably the last thing on your mind as you bolt toward that goal.

Not to worry, though. Several sporty hairstyles come to the rescue so you can focus on your game instead of your mane. Try micro-braids, double French braids, or pre-wrap - a stretchy, foamy material that trainers use for wrapping injuries and athletes use in their hair. You�ll get a no-fail style that keeps the hair out of your eyes and looks great!


Braids both big and small



The twisting motion involved with braiding pulls the hair out of the face and tucks it down along the scalp. For a great athletic hairstyle using double braids, create an even part from your forehead to the nape of your neck with a comb. Tie one pigtail off to the side and work with the other, braiding it as tightly as you can. Fasten the braid with an elastic band. Now repeat for the other side. You may also wish to try this style with French braids.

French braids begin by using hair in smaller sections up at the scalp. Follow these steps to French braid your hair in two pigtails:



  • Using the double braid method of parting your hair, start with the first pigtail.
  • Up at the top of your head, take three individual, equal sections of hair and cross them one at a time into the center, first from one side and then the other. Pull evenly and tightly for best results.
  • Now add a little bit of hair into the side you crossed first and pull that into the center.
  • Do the same with the other side. Continue this process, gradually adding more and more hair to each section as you braid your hair to the ends.
  • Fasten the completed braid with an elastic band.
  • Now repeat this process for the second pigtail.


Another athletic hairstyle variation is the micro-braid approach. Simply braid a few tight mini-braids in the front of your head to pull all the wispies and bangs and loose strands together and away from your eyes and face. Create a row of tight micro-braids, fastening each with a tiny hair band or miniature rubber band. Continue this process for as long as you like. If you have a friend who is willing to help you, consider donning a whole head of micro-braids for a fun and funky look.

Both of these styles look great with pre-wrap headbands. You can add a pre-wrap headband to almost any hairstyle, and the greatest thing is that it keeps the hair out of your face without slipping and sliding around like normal headbands. Pre-wrap is stretchy and composed of a soft, foamy material that doesn�t hurt hair or the scalp.


Pre-wrap for hairstyles



Pre-wrap, also known as underwrap, traditionally serves as a soft and comfortable barrier between athletic tape and the athlete�s skin when a trainer tapes up his or her injuries. It is designed to keep the tape from chafing and sticking to the athlete�s skin. For years if not decades, athletes have been swiping strips of pre-wrap and using them as headbands to keep their hair out of their eyes and off their faces while playing sports. College athletes, teenage athletes, soccer players, softball players, field hockey players, runners and just about any female athletes around enjoy the look and feel of pre-wrap in their hair before, during and after an athletic event.

Pre-wrap is colorful, easy to use, affordable, and best of all, it works. Foamy and stretchy, the pre-wrap material sticks to itself, which means it doesn�t slip like normal headbands. This makes it ideal for use as an inexpensive, versatile headband. You can purchase pre-wrap at most sporting goods stores and online. Pre-wrap is sold in rolls for about $2 or $3, where just one roll can equate to 50 or more headbands!

Most athletic leagues prohibit the use of hair accessories with the exception of elastic ponytail holders. Many leagues, however, permit the use of pre-wrap.

How to use pre-wrap as a headband:

Using pre-wrap as a headband is quick and easy, and takes only seconds. Follow these steps to get your hair ready for the game:



  • Grab your favorite color of pre-wrap, or your team colors.
  • Quickly wrap the pre-wrap around your head to measure.
  • Tear off a strip at the appropriate length.
  • Grab one end of the pre-wrap in each hand.
  • Roll a bit between your fingers on each end.
  • Tie a simple knot with both ends.
  • Put your pre-wrap headband on just like a regular headband.
  • Go out there, look great and WIN!


How to use pre-wrap without a knot:

As soft as velvet, pre-wrap can stick to itself without sticking to other materials. While most leagues allow the use of pre-wrap, some may specify that the pre-wrap cannot be knotted. You can easily create a pre-wrap headband without ever tying a knot�just follow these simple directions!



  • Grab your favorite color of pre-wrap.
  • In a lunge position, wrap it around your thigh.
  • Wrap it around two or three times.
  • Tear off at the appropriate length.
  • Start rolling the pre-wrap until it forms a tighter loop.
  • Roll your new headband down and off of your leg.
  • Put it on your head just like a normal headband. No knot!


Ideas for special and creative pre-wrap hairstyles:



  • Twist or braid two or more colors together for a fun and different look. Choose your favorite colors, your team colors or colors at random for a new style you and your friends will love.
  • French braid the pre-wrap into your hair � especially if you use the double braids hairstyle above. Tear off a strip of pre-wrap and carefully twist the end around one of the three hair sections in your braid. Keep twisting and crossing the pre-wrap with that same hair section through the whole braid until you get to the end. Fasten the braid as usual. It may be easier if a friend or your mom can help you with this style.
  • Instead of twisting and rolling the pre-wrap, wear it flat and wide like a decorative headband. You�ll be amazed at how it still keeps the hair off your face and neck!
  • Make tiny bows with your favorite colors of pre-wrap or use teeny pieces to fasten the ends of your micro-braids.
  • Get creative; the possibilities are endless!


Besides the basic natural tone, pre-wrap is available in black, blue, green, red, orange, purple, hot pink, light pink, maroon, and yellow/gold. Get psyched up with your team colors, choose your favorite hue or pick a shade based on your mood. Put on your game face, prepare to take on the competition and look great for your photos during the game!

_________________
Back to top Go down
View user profile http://sparklingdiamond.forumotion.com
Sponsored content




PostSubject: Re: Hair Styles   

Back to top Go down
 
Hair Styles
Back to top 
Page 1 of 1
 Similar topics
-
» Casey Anthony Trial Day 10: FBI agent Karen Lowe Testifies about Death Band Hair
» Winifred Joyce missing from Dublin
» Deimante Daciolaite
» Aengus Shanahan
» Paul Cameron

Permissions in this forum:You cannot reply to topics in this forum
Sparklingdiamond :: ask for advice - how to be nice shemale-
Jump to: