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The Most Beautiful Wickerwork Hairstyles For The Festival Season

Not only the make-up is important for dancing days, but also the hair!

The Festival Season is on! I have already selected a few Insta inspirations, tips and the appropriate products for make-up looks for you here. And what do you think makes your outfit and make-up even better? The right hairstyle!

 

The beauty of festivals is: Everything goes!

 

Be creative, work with flowers, buckles or headbands. Braided hairstyles are more popular than ever this year – whether as farmer’s plait, herringbone pattern or completely undone styled: braiding is relatively simple and quickly looks like something.
If you can’t do it yourself, there’s always someone in your circle of friends who has talent for such things or at least knows the basics. In the past, it was always said that unwashed hair was best suited for styling. My opinion on that: If your hair is greasy quickly or you used hair spray, wax or similar hair products the day before, wash it again.

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Ein Beitrag geteilt von the Curvy am am 21. Feb 2017 um 11:47 Uhr

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Ein Beitrag geteilt von the Curvy am am 21. Feb 2017 um 11:47 Uhr

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Ein Beitrag geteilt von the Curvy am 21. Feb 2017 um 11:47 Uhr

 

If you have very smooth, fine or heavy hair, I recommend a spray that makes your hair more grippy. I have very fine hair myself and use the Dry Texture Spray from Morrocanoil, which I have linked to you below. Smells very good and lets the hairstyle go through whole party nights. For more volume, knead a small amount of mousse into the hair before blow-drying, depending on hair length.

Picture 2 of my Insta Inspirations is also a simple but very cute hairstyle. It’s best to get two donuts (hair cushions), split the same amount of hair left and right and make a ponytail. Through the hole you pull the donut through, distribute the hair in such a way that you can’t see anything from the pillow and put another hairband over the whole thing. Then carefully pull the remaining hair towards the back of her head and braid a plait with three strands, which you fix again at the bottom. Pull a few waves into the remaining hair with a curling iron or straightening iron and fix the look with hairspray.

Then have fun trying it out and have a lot of fun dancing.