Monthly Archives: April 2017

Short Haircuts

The fashion scene this summer is specially focusing on very petite hairstyles. They are touted to be the next generation summer look. In order to add some more style to our very short hairstyles, some trendy shades of red and purple should be included. Colors always created a statement. They will make you appear sassy and hip. The whole idea of keeping short hairstyle is about looking subtle yet very glamorous.

There are different Short Hair Cuts for women such as full top do and sleek back style for short hair. Full to do hairstyle creates fullness above your head. It defines your face and chin well. Older women look extremely pretty in this hairstyle. They look much younger in this hairstyle. You can curl your hair by using rollers. You can also make it little messy by spraying some water. A nice pair of earrings can be complimentary to this style.

A Jaw length short haircut is typically characterized by the fact that it’s longer on the sides with layers and bangs. This cut will be perfect if you have fine hair, as it will make it look fuller with more volume. If you have a diamond face shape — avoid this length, as it will accentuate the jaw line. This cut is so versatile; because you can have different side partings, curl your hair, add pieced strands, use a straightening iron and a whole lot more.

When styling your fringe add some mousse, blow dry with a round brush and to avoid bouncy and puffy bangs blow some hot air downwards from the roots and brush them to one side. Finish off by adding some hairspray. If you have cowlicks try using a repeated left to right motion with a paddle brush blowing the air downwards, or alternatively use a straightening iron at the roots.

Choosing the right hairstyle can be fun and exciting. The chosen style should accentuate the facial features and give a classic and elegant look. The latest trend in the hairstyles for short hair consist of bob, shag, bang, pixie, layers, perm, sedu and curls. Women with straight hair can try short pixie cut or short layered hairstyles with playful bangs. Sedu short hairstyles are also available with various styling options. Anyone can try this hairdo using a flat iron to give luster and shine to the hair.

High and tight is another popular hair style for men. This hairstyle involves cutting the sides and back of the hair very short, while leaving the top slightly longer. This haircut is favored by men who do not wish to look quite so boyish. The longer hair on top may be combed to the side.

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Fashion Comebacks – Fashion May Repeat Itself But Not Every Trend Is Timeless

It’s true that today in fashion anything goes. After over a century of modern clothing, we are reaching back through the decades to put together our trendiest looks. You can borrow from the 80’s, go vintage, and revive the grunge movement in a single, stylish outfit. While there are some trends that become timeless, there are those that come and go on a 20-30 year cycle through the fashion continuum. We decided to examine a few of these trends and categorized them into Great Comebacks, Surprise Comebacks, and Please Don’t Comeback.

Great Comebacks are those apparel items that you may have kept in the back of your closet waiting for the day that they can once again move to the front. In some cases, they may be in your mom’s or even grandma’s closet. Looking around, we are super excited to see the return of:

  • The bell bottom jean – The 70’s are clearly back. From men with moustaches to bell bottom pants… well, at least the bell bottoms are a fun shape to wear.
  • The jumpsuit – The one-piece for grown women is sexy and stylish once again. It seems to have promise for some staying power having been revamped with shapes that range from tight full-body cat suits to loose-fitting rompers.
  • Colorful denim – In the early 90’s my sisters and I had a collection of jeans of many colors. My favorite pair was red. Denim in any color and cool prints of all kinds are back with a vengeance.

Surprise Comebacks are those trends that make you laugh when you think back upon them and make you cringe when you are shocked to see them revisited. You might have a few Polaroids hidden away from decades past that picture you in a most embarrassing ensemble… but you may have to reconsider:

  • The Peplum skirt – Back in elementary school, I remember wearing my super fancy green dress with floral print ruffle Basque waistline. I loved it then, but am not so sure it’s something to revisit.
  • Shoulder pad extremes – To see the front rows of fashion week crowded with shoulder pads suitable for a linebacker was somewhat unexpected. Blouses and blazers ala Milli Vanilli… who woulda thought?
  • The prairie dress – Another shocker. When did Laura Ingals Wilder become trendy again? A bit shapeless, a lot homely, and very Reality Bites.

Please Don’t Comeback are dark spots in the otherwise bright and brilliant history of fashion. These trends are more than laughable and even sometimes appalling. Let’s hope that we don’t see the likes of these in the near future:

  • Pleated jeans – Why did this ever happen?
  • The thong display – The men may miss it, but aren’t we ladies happy to see the shift in pantylines? Remember Halle Berry in that little number with the thong “peaking” above the skirt? Ooops!
  • The skort – It’s bound to come back. As we’ve learned, history has a way of repeating itself, but the skort is an abomination. Let’s leave that one to infants and toddlers for a while longer.

Tonight, I’m going out with my sisters for a drink at the hottest happy hour spot in the city. We are toasting to fashion history, so I think I’m going to wear my new red jeans circa early 90’s.

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Fashion – Making Money as a Fashion Designer

Do you have a love for fashion? If that love includes designing your own clothes or fashion accessories, like handbags, have you ever thought about making a living as a fashion designer? When it comes to being a fashion designer, many individuals feel that it is a dream of theirs that just isn’t destined to become a reality. While this is sometimes the case, it doesn’t always have to be. With the right willpower and the need to succeed, you can easily make money as a fashion designer.

When it comes to making money as a fashion designer, many individuals believe that they can only be successful if they see their designs on the runways in New York or Paris. While this would definitely help, you don’t have to be a famous, well-known fashion designer to make money as one. Did you know that you can make money as a fashion designer making your own clothes right from your own living room or home office? You can and if you would like to know more on how you can go about doing so, you will want to read on.

As you likely already know, many fashion designers start out with simple drawings on paper. Many have the dream of turning their drawings into real pieces of clothing or fashion accessories; therefore, many do so. What is nice about making a living as a fashion designer is that you have a number of different options. For instance, if you were just starting out small, to see how your designs would sell, you can not only be the designer, but the maker as well. If you would like to hire assistance, either right away or after your business took off, you could do as well.

If you are interested in starting your own fashion design business, you will want to think about having your own online website. In fact, many fashion designers sell their products exclusively on their own online websites, not in some big fancy fashion store. Of course, if your fashions take off, you could later choose to do so if you want. If you also want to sell your own fashions locally, you may want to think about renting some business space.

If you carefully choose your space, you cannot only have a sales floor, but you may also be able to have a warehouse where you can make and store your fashions. This ideal if you are interested in running both an online fashion store and a storefront one.

If you have been interested in being a fashion designer for a while now, there is a good chance that already have some of the many supplies needed. For instance, you probably already have a large selection of drawing materials, a sewing machine, and likely even a collection of fabrics.

If that is the case, you will find that the startup costs associated with getting your fashion design business up and running are minimal. For many, it is the cost of starting a business that poses the biggest problem, but it may not necessarily be a problem for you.

Of course, when it comes to running a business, even just a small one, you need to remember to abide by all local, state, and federal laws. For more information on running a small business, like a fashion design business, out of your home, you may want to think about speaking with your local government officials. If they cannot assist you, they should be able to point you in the direction of someone who can.

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Trendy Purses-shop for Trendy Products

Want to shop for trendy purses ? But don’t know where to look for ? Come to The Accessory Shoppe. You don’t have to look elesewhere.

“Purses makes the outfit”. A fashionable purse can enhance the dignity of a women. It makes her more fashionable and hip. The Accessory Shoppe is a one stop shop for trendy products like handmade purses, fun purses and stylishly designed Fashion purses, trendy bangles.

Handmade purses or fashion purses can make you feel exceptional and chic.To flaunt your own style choose the fashion purse of your choice. We have handmade purses for every occasion. We design purses with unique patterns, materials, fabrics, and trims to produce high fashion purses, beaded evening purses or every-day purses.

Your requirements and the current trend are kept in mind are kept in mind to make you feel comfortable while holding these handmade purses.handmade purses are available in a wide variety of designs, shapes, colors and patterns

For those of you who do not want to settle for anything less than the best we have authentic fashion purses. Our intricately designed fashion purses can complement any attire you wear – be it Casual or Modern.

Be it the pattern, the texture or the appearance of the purse, we bring an element of fun to you via our fun purses. Whimsical fun purse, Jungle textured purse with crocodile and leopard designs, Zig zag patterns with wooden handles, floral designs merged in Bamboo fabric, Silk and linens woven with multi-colored beads – we offer all these fun purses and much more!

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Long Hairstyles for Women Over 40, Good or Bad?

We all love long hair at any age, but once we start getting into our 40’s really long hair doesn’t look as good on us any longer. This doesn’t stand true for everyone but most who are just wearing their long hair in a ponytail really need to start looking into a more attractive hair style that is shorter and just as easy to take care of.

Problems with long hair on women over 40 is:

Long hair tends to drag ones features down and usually has less life and no volume. Yet you see women over 40 with hair that has no life but are afraid to cut it. The longer your hair is the heavier its going to be, which if it’s all one length your hair will look flat and life less. Its very unattractive for anyone with hair that is long with no life because it can add to your age not take away from it. Another problem is when you take all that time to style it, the style doesn’t last more than an hour without tons of product it in. Again too much product will drag your hair down and make it limp. Just throwing your hair into a ponytail cause you don’t want to deal with it, doesn’t look well on you either.

A great example of a good hair style for women over 40 would be Meg Ryan’s A-line Bob. Her hair is naturally curly but when she wears it natural, it works for a ‘do’ for a night on the town or a busy day at the office. Easy to work with, and it you can wear it at any age even grandmothers in the 60’s.

Hairstyles that are A-line with layers and shoulder length with shaggy layers are two very workable styles for today’s women over 40. Cuts such as Victoria Beckman are great for the younger crowd but are too harsh for those over 40.

One thing you need to take into account is one’s shape of one’s face. It becomes a huge factor in finding the right style for you. Don’t forget that color is also a factor in your hairstyle as well as lifestyle. Gray hair is great but you don’t need to have it with so many choice of colors you can get these days. Covering up your gray isn’t considered wrong in today world it has become more of a statement you’re too hip to be gray. Covering gray isn’t like it used to be, it can be done quickly with too much trouble by a good hairstylist. Don’t make the mistake that all over one color is best because it can age you worse than just leaving in the gray alone. Look for a hairstylist that can explain better what high lights, and or low lights can do to help open up your face making it look younger.

It’s time to start thinking about having bangs, even if they are just wispy ones because bangs take away from your age not add to it. Parting your hair down the middle and just letting it hang there is just too old for you! Start thinking about actresses you see that are over 40 and you will see that they are changing up their hair styles to look younger. Take pictures with you to your next haircut of anyone who you know to be over 40 with a hairstyle you really like. A good hairstylist will let you know if your hair is right for that cut.
Take the time to start thinking about hairstyles you like, but remember you don’t need to go super short either. Not everyone can pull off Jamie Lee Curtis latest pixie cut. Hairstyles are highly personal and based on lots of different factors, talking with your hairstylist about how much time you are willing to take in the morning for a new hairstyle. She/He will be able to help you decide what works for you. Changing up your hairstyle can add life, luster and fun back to your life.

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Western Influence on Indian Fashion Wear

Due to British colonialism in India, India’s culture has been significantly affected by the West. With globalization, Indian fashion today does reflect the Western influence. Halter tops, handkerchief-cut kurtas etc are common today and have become a part and parcel of one’s wardrobe. With 28 states, 7 union territories and multiple dialects, India is a land of great diversity and each state has its own unique fashion.

Conventional sarees, blouses, salwar kameezes and necklines have undergone great changes. The latest Indian fashion trend has a touch of the West. Indian fashion designers are working day in and day out to meet the new demands of the market. Let us see some of the Western influences on Indian dresses.

Short- Style Kurtis

Even a few years ago, traditional kurtis with bold prints were popular among the masses. Though they still continue to be in demand, yet short-style kurtis with halter necklines are giving their traditional counterpart a tough competition. Earlier, kurtis were worn along with chudidars, but today wearing them over jeans is the latest Indian fashion. Right from a celebrity, to the girl next door, short-style kurtis are a rage. Floor length anarkalis are also in high demand these days.

Casual Crinkled Crepes & A-Lined Skirts

Lehengas have always been loved by ladies among all age groups. The traditional embroidered lehenga is one of the best Indian bridal wears. However, lehengas have evolved into a casual crinkled crepes and A-lined skirts which are considered ideal for a party, social gathering or an informal meeting.

Half-Lehenga Style Saree

Saree is the most traditional Indian wear. Sarees are the perfect wear during weddings, religious functions and parties. However, the latest Indian fashion has seen the evolution of a new style saree which mixes both the saree and lehenga into a single wear. This is capturing everyone’s attention. This type of saree is known as half-lehenga style saree. This is pretty comfortable for those who are not well-acquainted with the traditional hanging saree.

Strap & Halter Neck Blouses

Earlier and even now, short-sleeved or long-sleeved blouses are very much popular among ladies. However, today blouses with straps and halter neck styles have also started making inroads. These types of blouses have become very common and are in great demand.


Denims are highly popular among men and women in India. Earlier in parties, formal wear was a common sight. Though it still is, yet today in many parties and even in offices, there is no dearth of people wearing denims. There are several international brands of denims available in India and each and every day the market is witnessing arrival of new designs.

There are always new styles which are developing from time to time. The western influence on Indian clothing is making them trendy and elegant. A new design can evolve anywhere. It is up to us to adapt to the changes according to our own style, convenience, preference and choice.

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Hairstyles for Curly Hair – Curly Haircuts

Curly hairstyles have a look that can go with any occasion. Many people with curly hair often desire hair and hairdressing with curly hair envy. Curly hairstyles can be worn by anyone and everyone. If you ‘ve got curly hair, and it tends to frizz, use a heavy-weight or gel relaxing balm and let your hair dry naturally. There are plenty of hairstyles with loops, because the loops to add an extra touch to the hair which may not be duplicated. Hairstyles with loops can get frizzy, stressed, broken, and other types of damage to the hair. Women with medium curly hairstyles should bear extra care of their hair because the hair is in medium condition in which damaged edges poofy hair and likes to appear. Short and medium hairstyles hairstyles look beautiful with the addition of a few curly strands.

Hair is completely different curly hair. Its structure is different and their needs are different. Curly hair styles that look great are the natural result of combining these two essential ingredients – the curly hair cut, and the curly hair care. Long curly hair can be styled into bouncy ringlets for a new look. Loops can be tightened alien. Short curly hairstyles can be cut casually, to give an appearance of style. There are many ways to create loops. Using a diffuser give the effect of loose, bouncy curls and a curling iron will let you choose the size of your ringlets or for a more textured curl, give the new triple barrel curling iron to try. When your style wavy or curly hair, you want to use a comb or a kidnapping. This is not a good idea to use a brush, such as brushes make your curly hair frizz. As for tighter loops that you can wrap your hair around a pencil and dry with a diffuser, you can use small hot rollers, or you can use a small barrel curling iron.

Curly hair color is good. Either lighter or darker dimension to the drier. Since curly hair does not reflect light as a smooth surface by using the color is a wonderful way to create an illusion of shine. Long curly hair can be arranged in an updo. Let loose a few spins on its side for a soft, romantic look. With a meticulous style, and even a high ponytail can look long curly hair. Liven it up with exciting accessories. More curly hairstyles require more maintenance. Shine spray is also good that the curly hair does not reflect light as hair. For a look straight Rusk str8 lotion use anti-frizz. Comb through the hair and blow dry natural or on a low heat.

Maintaining superior hair care with moisturizing shampoos, conditioners, gels and ensure outstanding hairstyles.Ringlets are an interesting way to add loops hairstyles without a lot of work. There are many ways to style curly locks for women without natural curls, try a number of practices for the distinct style headgear. There are many products available curly hairstyle, use high quality items that are favourable to the hair. If you can, visit the institute curly hair, it is just an institute for curly hairstyles.

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Maxx New York Handbags and Purses

“Fun, fashionable and cool…” these words concisely described Maxx New York Handbags and Maxx New York Purses.

After 20 years in the field of accessories, Maxx handiwork has received the distinction of being impeccably designed with define style, functional, comfortable and trendy. To create gorgeous handbags, which their clientele will cherish always keepings in mind style, form and function, is the simple philosophy of Maxx.

Luxurious leather, tediously-selected fabrics and trend setting hardware places Maxx handbags and purses apart from the rest. The greatest care is given in the creation of each bag. The design team travels around the globe to gather the latest from the world’s fashion capital, as well as, out of the way places. Designers used leather from Italy which they passionately fashioned into magnificent bags and purses.

Maxx considers important personal matters – the convenience of everyday by including cell phone pockets, iPod holders, and places for keys, ball pens and others. These are intended to give easy access to get things as they are needed. They take into consideration the suggestions given by each client.

Maxx handbags have been the favorite accessories of celebrities as Mira Sorvino, Britney Spears, and Emme, to name a few. They have also graced Fashion Magazines as In Style, Lock, Marie Claire, Glamour Shop, Oprah, Self, Cosmopolitan, WWD and some others.

Among the favorite of Maxx handbags and Maxx purses are these models:

*Maxx New York DPC 756 Small Barrel. This is the sleekest way to carry your necessities either to work or for a fun night.

* Maxx New York Reversed Sequin Round Bag with Chain Strap. Retro-inspired bag covered with sequins that reverses colors with a touch of a hand.

* Maxx New York Dome-Shape Shopper. This bag has inside zip up pockets for cell phone and iPod.

* Maxx New York “Babbo” Leather Tote Bag. Every woman needs a bag with lots of room.

* Maxx New York “Monte Carlo” Shopper. With magnetic closure, it carries all the things that you need for the day.

* Roxx by Maxx New York Pleated Satchel. This customized bag is good as corporate gift for this coming Holiday.

You can purchase the best Maxx New York Handbags and Maxx New York Purses online.

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5 Top Taper Fade Haircuts For Men

Fade cut can be defined as a hairstyle that features the gradual transition from short to longer hair. There are so many variations of fade haircuts, but the idea remains the same across all the variations. The hairstyles are great for casual and formal looks, and you can experiment as much as you want as long as you have a skilled barber you can trust. Even though taper fade cuts have been around for years, they have gained popularity in modern times but there are some that seem to be more popular than others.

1. Caesar taper fade – It is amongst the best for African Americans mainly because of their skin complexion and dark hair color. The sides have short haircuts and longer haircuts featured on the top. The top haircuts have larger lengths usually swept to the front side and not the side as many other fades do. The fade allows for short borders and bangs to be combed sideways.

2. Mohawk taper fade – The Mohawk is still trending and you can stand out in a taper fade Mohawk. For this fade, the hair on the top head part is longer compared to that on the back of the head making it possible for you to lift them in faux hawk style. The length increases from the top to bottom. You can easily style this fade at home using pomade.

3. Afro taper fade – It is most suitable for men who have curly or kinky hair and the curls are styled from top with the hair length decreasing from the top part running downwards till they vanish. It is a very popular fade style especially for black men.

4. Temple fade – This style suits any color and skin tone, but it needs to be done by a skilled hairdresser or barber. It is more like a low fade, but the difference comes in because the transition between hair lengths in this style is more abrupt, clear and evidently visible.

5. High taper fade – It fades with skin at around 2 inches or even lower from the hair top. It is a style that can be rocked by anybody but it seems to work best for men with black hair. You can easily hold the hair tight using pomade and it also works in keeping the hair shiny. There is also the low taper fade which disappears an inch above the natural hairline. For the low taper fade, it would be a good idea to use hair gel when styling for the best results.

6. Bald taper fade – It is a great style for men who are almost bald because it offers a stylish look. It is very similar to military buzz but it is different because it fades from nothing around the sides to the top of the head where the fade is largest. Its appearance works for bald men because it makes the baldness less visible.

7. Comb over fade – The bottom hair is trimmed regularly in this style, whereas the top hair is left to grow in length. The bottom hair remains below the top hair level. You can comb the top in a slick back.

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An Introduction to Handbag Manufacturing

Where Do Handbags Come From?

Have you ever wondered where your designer handbag came from and what went in to making it? And how does a handbag go from an idea to a finished product and why do they cost so much?   Bringing a handbag or purse design to life is an involved process-and the higher the quality of the bag, the more thought goes into its creation. The process usually begins with a sketch; however before any drawings can move into production, the designer needs to consider the latest handbag trends to ensure that the finished product will fit into current styles, meet consumer demands and offer enough differentiation to make the bag unique from others on the market.  

A skilled pattern maker will use the drawings to create a paper model or prototype of the bag and an official pattern that will be used to create the entire luxury handbag collection. But before the bags can be made, the materials and colors must be selected. For example, one handbag could come in several colors or types of leather, from soft, calfskin leather to ostrich. The silhouette plays an important role in selecting the type of leather; a structured shoulder bag should use a more durable and stiff leather while a hobo or slouchy handbag would use softer, more pliable leather.  After the materials are selected, a leather cutter will cut the leather for each handbag and prepare it for stitching. This is a delicate process that requires a skilled leather worker, which contributes to the cost of an authentic handbag. Each piece must be cut perfectly to correspond to the handbag pattern-only an experienced leather cutter will know how to best work with specific types of leather to ensure that the end result is perfect.  

The next step in making a handbag is stitching. A banconista or assembler will recreate the paper handbag model from the leather cutouts. The leather is either hand-stitched or stitched with a sewing machine. This job requires the utmost craftsmanship to be able to stitch fine, straight seems on leather, in particular more rigid leathers-one wrong stitch would leave a permanent mark in the leather, ruining the entire piece.  The more details the handbag has-like hardware, and inner pockets-the more complicated the fabrication process. The final quality of a handbag is determined during this stage of the process. Any mistakes will affect how the bag looks and will hold up over time.  The next stage is the finishing. The bag will still look different than the prototype, as it is missing hardware, zippers or closures.  During this process, each handbag is inspected for defects and all hardware is added. The leather handbags are now ready for shipping. Each handbag is individually wrapped in a cloth bag ad shipped to the customer or boutique.  

Handbag Costs 

As you can see, manufacturing an authentic handbag is a lengthy and involved process. The cost of a handbag is determined by:  

  • The prestige of the brand
  • Quality of materials used to make each handbag
  • The experience of the leather artisans
  • Production and facility costs

So the next time you’re shopping for a new luxury handbag, you’ll have a better understanding of what goes in to creating the finished product. 

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Ancient Greek Hairstyles

Since Greece was the oldest civilization, the Greeks were the trendsetters of a number of things, the ancient Greek hairstyles inclusive! In the simplest of terminology, hairstyle is a style in which an individual’s hair is cut and set. The hairstyles of Greeks were an indispensable part of their personalities, aptly reflecting the social, political and cultural history of the Greek period. These hairstyles were also a revelation of the customs, uniqueness and characteristic persona of the ancient Greeks.

Ever since the beginning of civilization, men and particularly women have been paying a lot of attention to the way their hair is done. Women obviously have been always more overprotective about their hair, because well-kept hair are a part of the concept of good looks, adornment and pleasant appearance. Even in the times as far back in history as the Greek civilization, people have paid attention to beauty and personal hygiene.

The most ancient of hairstyles were a result of the use of knives, hairpins and combs. As time passed, women started using hair additions and artistic wigs. In fact, ancient women were all considered more attractive if their hair were long as well as thick. It was believed that the length and thickness of hair lent it greater beauty and added on to a woman’s appearance.

The hairstyles of ancient Greeks were unique in more ways than one. The most popular hairstyle was the ‘Green Knot’. For this particular style, the ancient Greek women used to hold their hair together and formed a knot at the neck. Ever since those times, buns and knots have always been in fashion, with novel variations. Ancient Greeks also made use of saffron to lighten the color of their hair, so as to further enhance the style.

It was not that only Greek women had a fascination for hairstyles, the Greek men were not too far behind either; the most common hairstyle that most Greek men in ancient times sported was – short and curly. As newer fashion trends came up, these people added a variety of embellishments to their hairstyles. Most of these decorations were made of gold, silver and ivory.

During one of the ancient Greek periods, there is a record of the hair being short, chin-length as well as curly. With the advent of fashion and a consciousness towards looking fashionable, hairstyling trends started becoming increasingly imaginative. The hairstyles that gained popularity were those ornamented with ribbons, gold, precious stones and pearls.

There was also a period in Greek history, when the focus from the hairstyles went into hibernation. Even the use of wigs became less common. Later, however, with the advancement in technology an ever-increasing number of men and women started going to the hairdressers, in order to bring an absolutely new look to their personality, via the hairstyle route. The ‘comparatively modern’ of the ancient Greek hairstyles included ‘crimping’ – a style in which waves were produced in the hair, using a hot iron. Such a style was in vogue for a long time in ancient Greece. Even in the present times, crimping is the most chosen hairstyle for young girls, especially if they desire a unique look of Greek hairstyles! 

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Emo Girl Haircuts

Having shorst, medium or long hair can’t stop you from getting an emo hairstyle. There are just a few main things to fallow, like layers, dark shades and extra straight hairstyles. Here are a few tips to help you out in creating emo haircut that matches your hairstyle and your personality.

Short Emo Hairstyles

Short emo hairstyles are quite rare, especially between girls. Even boys get a longer haircut for this style. The choppy layers are the main must have in this hairstyle and the extra straight texture. Keeping it dark shaded makes the hairstyle even more edgy. Bangs can be left straight in this case, to create a more dramatic look. Colors can be used in strands, in any shade or color, just make it bright. But stick to the two tone hair colors so that you won’t get confused between emo and scene hairstyles.

Medium Emo Hairsyles

Medium emo hairstyles are very common, mostly featuring side swept bangs. With their asymmetrical, choppy layered haircuts, they may be styled in a messy unique look. It will need strong styling products to get the wright structure, but the result is more than eye catching. It is a great way to attract attention and stand out of the crowd. It is still dark colored in most of the cases and shaped in a bouffant style with a super straight texture.

Brookelle Bones Shoulder-length Layered Haircut

Medium Shag Brookelle Bones Shoulder-length Layered Haircut

Long Emo Hairstyles

Long emo hairstyles are created in strong layered haircuts with extensions if needed. Dark shaded and in extreme cases spiced up with some colored strands, the long emo hairstyle is a really hight maintenance style to have. It needs touch-ups even if fixed with the strongest hair styling products. A good thing is, that the colored strands can be even more defined and get an even more outstanding effect. The hair is thinned out for a manageable style and the bangs are side swept.

black-emo-hairstyle-3 Girls Emo Scene Hairstyles

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