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Winter 2010 hairstyles for Women’s Winter 2010 hair

13 May

Winter 2010 hairstyles for Women’s Winter 2010 hair

Fall, Winter 2010 hairstyles

Fall and Winter 2010 hairstyles are all about independence and comfort. The year was full of various bobs and other extremely short cuts but in the fall, long hair is going to outdo the bob. Long hair is always sexy, no matter whether it’s in or out of style, and this fall it’s back and hotter than ever.

Winter 2010 sleek straight with bangs

Sleek and straight is going to be a great look for this fall and winter. This is a very simple look to get and you don’t necessarily have to go to the stylist. Part your hair in the middle and use a flat iron from the roots to the tip. Add styling gel if you need to keep things under control. Your hair will be sleek and you can use a silicone gel to add the shine if needed but remember you need to condition because you are using heat for this style. If you want bangs, cut them in a fringe or sweep them to the side. Or you can choose to grow your bangs the same length as the rest of your hair. Either way, you’ll look great day or night with this look.

WINTER 2010 LONG CURLY HAIR

Olivia Palermo

Waves are going to be great this fall and winter. A wavy hairstyle is easy to maintain and you can get this look easily. Anyone can wear waves and look great. Just use a large curling iron or hot rollers and curl your hair. Let fall around your face then use your fingers to loosen curls into the waves you want. Try a lot of styles and when you’re tired of it, a flat iron will take them out.

TRENDY HAIRSTYLE FOR WINTER 2010

Hilary Duff

Natural hair is also going to be a great way to wear your hair this fall. Instead of trying to get anyone else’s look, just be you. Wear your naturally straight, curly, wavy, or even kinky hair with pride and in a style that you love. It’s always fashionable to be you.

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