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Beauty Tips Fashion Trends How To's — 23 September 2011

One of the great things about going to beauty school and being in the beauty industry is you will always be up on the latest trends. As each season comes to end you have to know what the next season’s style is going to be.  So now that we are officially in the Fall season, what types of hair trends are we going to see?

According to NY’s Fashion week and this past weekend’s Emmy Awards, we are seeing hair pulled up in lots of twists and ponytails from elegant and polished to simple and messy.  These styles are great for formal occasions, a day in the office or even a simple weekend look.

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When you are in beauty school you will learn different ways and techniques of twisting the hair into these many different updo trends.  As you learn these techniques you will also be given different lab projects ranging from simple to complex.  Below is an example of a simple lab project.

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Once you have these basic skills under your arm you will be able to integrate your artistic talent to create amazing styles from knotted twists to various chignons. These styles are great for when you are in a hurry and just want to pull the hair up or when the weather is bad…kind of like what Mother Nature is giving us now.

Twists and chignons

What is your favorite way to twist your hair?  

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