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Prom Hairstyles: 5 Hair Dos and Don’ts

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Prom hairstyle advice that we should all read

Prom hairstyle articles are appearing every where as they do every year at this time. A lot of these prom hairstyle articles are fluff pieces that really do not contain anything of interest beyond some pretty celebrity hairstyle pictures. But today I discovered a prom hairstyle article at PromSpot.com that contains some great hair styling advice for all of us on how to avoid some prom hairstyle disasters, even if you aren’t going to the prom. These tips will work with all face shapes, hair types and hair designs.Prom Hairstyles
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The article touches on a topic that really is problem for many of us . . . Ending the war with the natural tendencies of our hair. If it’s blonde we want a brunette hair color. If our hair texture is thick, we are in there with thinning shears. If we have straight hair, we perm it every three months. If we have curly hair we are out buying a new high tech hair straightener. The bottom line is we keep fighting the natural tendencies of our hair. This can lead to lots of . . . damaged hair, frustration, expense and our hair rarely looks its very best. My advice is to find a hair dresser or hairdresser who can show you hair styling ideas and techniques that work with the natural flow of your hair.

For more great looks check out our Pinterest Wedding Hairstyles, Prom Hairstyles and Braid Boards.

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