Ponytails With A Twist

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I’m tired of tying my hair up in the same old ponytail. Basically I just tie it up with a hair tie and that’s it. I’ve been looking for new ponytail ideas and these are some I came across.

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Do you guys have any ideas to make the boring ponytail more exciting? Do share!

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Remington 3-in-1 Styler Review and Photos

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Remington 3-in-1 Styler ($24.99)

  • Used For: Hair Styling
  • For Use On: Hair
  • Hair Type: All Hair Types
  • Features: 3 Heat Settings, Ionic, 2 Speeds
  • Includes: Concentrator
  • Pieces: 4
  • Material: Ceramic
  • Power Source: Electric
  • Power Required (watts): 1875 Watts

My Thoughts:

I wanted a quick way to get beach wavy hair, and I believe I may have the answer. It’s the Remington 3-in-1 Styler! The Remington 3-in-1 Styler is a blow dryer that comes with 3 different attachments to achieve three different hair styles: sleek, voluminous, and beachy waves. All three attachments are easy to attach to the blow dryer and to remove. The blow dryer isn’t very heavy and is quite powerful. It’s not the most powerful blow dryer I’ve used, but it gets the job done. I know you’re most curious about the beach wave attachment so this review will mainly focus on that.

The beach wave attachment is basically like a tunnel. You slide a section of your wet hair into the tunnel and watch it whip around in circles as you dry your hair. It leaves your hair looking like dreadlocks! You pull apart the dreads and viola! Beach wavy hair! The waves are loose and subtle. I found if my hair was too wet (dripping wet) or damp then it didn’t work very well. Somewhere in the middle of dripping wet and damp worked the best, at least for me it did. I was quite surprised how well it worked and how long the waviness lasted (2-3 days) because my hair is so difficult to curl and never stays curled. Also, my hair didn’t end up frizzy like it always does after I blow dry my hair.

Overall, I feel the Remington 3-in-1 Styler is a great buy. For $25, you get a great blow dryer that can create different hairstyles. No complaints here!

Check out more photos of the Remington 3-in-1 Styler and how to use the beach wave attachment!

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How To Do An Easy, Wispy, Updo Hairstyle

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This is my go-to hairstyle for summer. It’s so easy and quick to create. It even works on my thick, currently shoulder length, Asian hair. If you watch this video by Total Beauty, you’ll notice that he ties/knots the bottom half of her hair (about 1:23 mark). Since my hair is currently too short to knot, I just twist the bottom half into a bun and secure it with bobby pins. It works just the same.

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How To Get Sexy Beach Wavy Hair

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Many women, including myself, covet Giselle Bundchen’s beach wavy hair. I wanted a quick easy way to create the soft, care-free waves without having to head to the beach every time. This video by Total Beauty is really easy. It even works on my thick Asian hair! If I’m being lazy, I use my Remington 3-in-1 Styler. It’s super fast and easy!

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How To Have Picture Perfect Bridal Hair

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Picture-Perfect Bridal Hair

Look no further, a gorgeous style for your big day is right here

p_bridal_hair_l_01 You’ve got the dress, auditioned the band and confirmed the catering. Now it’s time to decide on the important things — like your hair. To help you, we had stylists at the Nelson J Salon in Beverly Hills, Calif., pull together their favorite new looks for wedding hair. Not getting married? You can still sport one of these stunning dos — just be prepared to steal the spotlight from the bride.

Wraparound Bun

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Works on: Any hair length (Have short hair like our model? Use a hair piece)

What you’ll need:
•Hair brush
•Hair elastic
•Clip-on ponytail hair piece (try HairUWear Posh Put On Pony, $49)
•Hairspray (try Aveda Air Control Hair Spray, $23 or John Frieda Frizz-Ease Moisture Barrier Firm-Hold Hairspray, $5.49)
•bobby pins

How to:
•Step 1: Brush hair down and back into a ponytail and secure with a hair elastic.
•Step 2: Mist hair with hairspray.
•Step 3: Secure the hair piece to your head by clipping it around the ponytail holder. (See photo.)
•Step 4: Wrap hair piece into a bun and secure with bobby pins. (See photo.) Set with hairspray.

For all the looks, click here

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