This summer, make sure you look hotter than ever by paying attention to details and most of all to your hair. Since you don’t need too much makeup in the hot season, you can concentrate more on your hairstyle to make sure you don’t go by unnoticed. There are so many things you can do with your locks especially if you have long hair. To make sure you look absolutely amazing and feel that way also, check out the following stylish summer hairstyle ideas and give them a try to find the perfect match for you. These hairstyles are easy to create and super popular, but most of all, they will give you plenty of comfort during the hot season, keeping hair off your face and neck.
Pulling your hair up is the best thing to do this summer especially if it’s blazing hot outside and there are numerous updo hairstyles you can try. Ballerina buns, twists and knots are the “It” hairstyles of the moment and can take virtually minutes to style.
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Another great way to wear your hair this summer is pinning strands up randomly with bobby pins. Go wild and experiment to discover a look that is all about you! Plenty of length is definitely necessary for lush up styles and clip-in hair extensions to give you instant bulk and length to work with. Pull your hair up, high or low, and create a ponytail. Now you can choose to create a simple ballerina bun by wrapping the hair around the base, creating a classic bun by twisting hair strands and pinning them close to the scalp or by braiding the ponytail and wrapping it around its base.
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Ponytail hairstyles are super popular especially during the summer, but to avoid looking boring add a stylish twist to your pony. Go sleek chic with a high ponytail or go flirty and feminine with a low, side swept pony.
If you love braided hairstyles, and they are super popular and chic, turn towards different hair braiding techniques and let your imagination run wild: fishtail braids, milkmaid braids, French braids, simple braids, rope braids, you name it, as anything goes. If you don’t have too much time on your hands, just braid a thin strand and let your hair fall loose around your face.
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