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Top Women’s Hairstyle for Trends 2010

05 Jun

Women just love doing anything and everything to enhance their personality and beauty. Looking glamorous and elegant in every season for every occasion is important for her. Choosing right kind of hairstyle is as important as finding a unique dress, stunning shoes and make up. A woman’s hair is like her crowning glory. So just look out for a perfect hairstyle that enhances your personality and add glamour quotient to your outlook.

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Top nice hairstyle trends for women in 2010:
Long wavy hairstyle

Hair style that is going since 1940 styles of women’s hairstyles in 2010 is wavy long hair. This spring and autumn, wavy not curly long hairs are in fashion as it goes with any hair color. Whether it is off-center or side part, it looks awesome in all ways. 1940s wavy hairstyle on catwalk of Christian Dior Spring 2010 is evidence that long wavy hairstyle is making a comeback this year. So, if you have long hairs then don’t think of cutting them. Go for a look that combines sensuality and year’s fashion trends, just as Australian model Miranda Kerr did while stepping out at the ESPY Awards in long waved hair.

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Miranda Kerr Hairstyles
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Long waved hairstyle
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Long wavy hairstyle

Buns, Bouffant and Pompadour hairstyle
In late ’60s, buns were seen as a classic way of exhibiting lavishness. Hairs gathered into a round coil are just best for any season, especially for summers. One can go for bouffant hairstyle just as Jessica Simpson, who came at Extraordinary Measures Premiere in her Bouffant Hairstyle, which looked really beautiful. An elegant low bun or twist that sits at the nape of neck also looks dazzling. Teenagers can go for pompadour by fanning top of the hair forward and curling over itself.

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Pompadour hairstyle
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Plaited & Braided hairstyle
Braided hairstyle has made a comeback as it poses an elegant and comfy look. It looks classy on everyone, be it a working women or a housewife. Braided hairstyle has evolved as a latest hairstyle trend, thanks to Alexander Wang and Missoni Spring 2010 catwalk. Two exotic styles in braided hair: long side braid and fish plait, has pinned as a major 2010 hair trend. Celebs are also adapting it for 2010. Rachel McAdams wore a side braid at London premiere of Sherlock Holmes which looked really awesome. Braids can be done in variety of ways from micro braids which give an illusion of thick locks to cornrow braid. Best way of making a braided hairstyle last longer is to blow dries it.


Slicked hairstyle
If there’s a 2010 hairstyle that can scream attitude in 2010, then it is definitely – slicked hair. It’s just perfect for youngsters who like to try out different looks, now and then. You can go for any of slicked hairstyles for 2010 that suits your face, such as side slick, slicked back with gel or with fingers providing the texture. Wavy, dry, heavily brushed hairstyle is out of fashion. Top women’s hairstyle for 2010 is a slicked wet look, just as seen in Alexander Wang and Thakoon’s Spring 2010 catwalks. Forget past year’s half-shaved head hairstyle and go for a side slick which is best among slicked hairstyle trends for 2010.

2010 Emo Scene Haircuts Trends
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