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Winter hairstyles to keep for spring-summer 2013
Winter hairstyles to keep for spring-summer 2013
Winter hairstyles to keep for spring-summer 2013
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Winter hairstyles to keep for spring-summer 2013

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Fashion has a way of repeating itself. So there’s no need to scrap all of your favourite hairstyles from autumn-winter 2012. Find out which 5 hairstyles to keep for this new summer season.
 
Side hair. This unfailingly glamorous trend has many fine days ahead of it. This style works best on long hair and involves wearing your irresistible lengths over one shoulder. We love it even more when it’s worn wavy or in finger curls.
 
The side parting. You’ve been wondering the same thing all winter: how should you wear your parting? There isn’t just one answer, but the side parting gets the most votes. And in addition to style, wear it this spring-summer to boost the volume of your hairstyles.
 
The short boyish cut. You can’t get enough of the masculine-feminine style. You’ve cast your doubts about short cuts aside for good. Yes, short cuts can be very feminine. No, they’re not harder to style!
 
The low chignon. Chignons are easy to wear and can be adapted to suit any style. Slick hair and a ballerina bun and you’re ready for an evening at the opera. A messy chignon for a rock concert and a braided chignon to embrace your hippie roots! Whichever you choose, remember that this season, the chignon should be worn low.
 
The short fringe. Didn’t think this trend would make it past winter? Well, we’ve already seen short fringes on the catwalk. This time it’s thicker for a more natural, harmonious result.
 
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