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Hairstyles Talk: The LOB VS The EXTRA LONG Hair

Not long after I did this post everyone started chopping off their locks, in what seemed to have been the Miley syndrome. So, as our mouths and egos got bigger and bigger our locks got smaller and smaller. Yeah, the undercut slash the soccer mom (JLAW I’m looking at you!) are making waves in the hairstyle world, but more so than these, are the LOBS.  What the hell is a LOB? A somewhat longer version of the bob. In 2013-2014 any version of the bob haircut is a massive hit from medium length (just above the shoulders) to super short (see Beyonce or Ciara), with or without bangs, blunt or layered, straight, wavy or curly. It’s said to be the most versatile haircut, to fit any woman, any face shape, any style any whatever. And if you have straight hair it’s said to be the shit. Well……

2014 Hair Trends Straight From The Runway!

2013 saw the popular dip dye hair style and fish plaits sweep the fashion runways, which was followed with the trends sweeping the nation and celebrities alike. But what hairstyle will rein in 2014? To find out, we take a look at the styles debuted on the fashion runways for 2014 collections. From side plaits to skyscraper ponytails, get ahead with your hair style guide to 2014.  Slicked Back Gel Look Debuted on the Balmain catwalk and already a style favourite of celebrities including Kim Kardashian and Cara Delavigne this look is set to be huge in 2014, and can be easily achieved by using a strong moose are gel to give a wet look style and hold your hair in place off your face.   Extra Long Braids Seen at this year’s Vivienne Westwood SS14 show, long braids weaved with ribbon is a trend…

Braids: One Hair Trend. Infinite Styles.

Behold. The gurus of fashion & hairstyles have officially declared braids the biggest hair trend for 2013 Fall. And probably 2014 Winter, Spring & Summer. Surprised? Well… not really to be honest, because if you ask me, braided hairstyles have never quite left the spotlight. And I wonder why? Could it be because it’s such an effortless way to swing between hairstyles and looks? Or are we again dipping into the childhood memories we still, can’t let go of? So what if we’re in our 20s, 30s or even 40s, who says we can’t still braid the shit out of our hair in the most fun ways possible? OK, so the braided hairstyles are IN, with so many ways to do this trend, one question still lingers. Can you braid? Or at least can your friends braid? Except for the classic style, I can’t braid…