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Hot Holiday Hairstyles 2009

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Hot Holiday Hairstyles 2009

Winter Holiday Hairstyle Trends

Hot Holiday Hairstyles 2009
You can shell out big money to have your hair done for a special occasion, or you can do the 'do yourself. Here's how to create the top holiday hairstyle trends at home this party season. We've got a few at-home solutions for hot holiday hairstyles (2009): start practicing now or try on holiday hairstyle trends in our virtual hairstyling studio.

Long, loose and sexy hair: To get the most movement from long, sultry layers, set your hair in jumbo-size rollers with each section directed back on an angle, away from your face. Brush your hair with your head upside down for a voluminous finish.

Holiday French twist: Work volumizer though damp hair and blow-dry with a paddle brush to get your hair as smooth as possible. Tease your hair all over (back-combing at the roots) to add height, then divide your hair into four equal sections (the crown, sides and back). Create a French twist by creating a low ponytail, twisting it, pulling it upward and securing it to your head, while tucking it under at the top. Seal with hairspray.

Untame, textured hair: Twist and crimp your hair for a high-fashion take on texture. Keep the top and the bangs smooth and twist the rest into sections (starting 3 or 4  inches from the root), finishing each one with a crimping iron (for maximum crimp) or a curling iron (for maximum curl). To style, finger-comb and spray with medium-hold hairspray.

Low ponytail hairstyle: Work thickening spray through damp hair and blow-dry with a paddle brush; finish by finger combing your hair. Part your hair down the center loosely, section your hair into two horizontal pieces (top and bottom), then tease the crown and smooth it out with a fine tooth comb, pulling it into a low ponytail at the nape of the neck. Pull a few face-framing pieces out in front and use bobby pins to secure them in place. --Stephanie Simons

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I think (and hope) loose curls will always be in style! haha. I have natural curls and use rollers to make them bouncier!! This comment has been removed.
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