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The Ins & Outs of Two-Strand Twists

The Ins & Outs of Two-Strand Twists

The good news is that one of the hottest natural Black hair styles of the past few years is also one of the most versatile, easiest to create and maintain, and healthiest for your hair. The bad news is – wait, there is no bad news! Two-strand twists are wildly popular right now, and rightly so. This beautiful style can be sported whether your hair is natural or relaxed, requires no locing-up period or cutting out, and takes a minimum toll on your own locks, encouraging growth and health. Yet how are they created, and what are the best ways…
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6 Hairstyling Tips for Heart-Shaped Faces

6 Hairstyling Tips for Heart-Shaped Faces

No other face has the natural charm and nostalgia of the heart-shaped face. Like their name implies, heart-shaped faces tend to have a sweet, innocent look and bring to mind the image of an old-time lady from a painting. So what’s the best way to style such a face? Read on…
Fringe Benefits
One of the few drawbacks of having a heart- or inverted-triangle-shaped face is having a fairly wide forehead and narrow, pointy chin. To camouflage or narrow the brow area, go for long, side swept bangs that fall just over the eyes. This will call attention to your…
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Cruise on Smooth Street: 8 Tips for a Perfect Blow Out

Cruise on Smooth Street: 8 Tips for a Perfect Blow Out

Whether you want to wear your super-straight locks down, braided, swept up, or curled, you need to start with silky-smooth base of hair…and that means blow drying, most of the time. Salon stylists can usually wash and blow-dry your tresses, but in this economy, that kind of pampering may be best left done only occasionally. You can get the same results at home by following a few surefire guidelines:
Tips #1-4: Prepare Yourself
As always, start with clean, well-conditioned hair, primed with a heat-protecting conditioner or serum. This will keep your strands from getting too hot and starting to fray…
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5 Tips for Choosing Perfect Wedding Hairstyles

5 Tips for Choosing Perfect Wedding Hairstyles

When it comes to a woman’s wedding, looking good is the least of her worries – she’s got to look flawless, even perfect! Yet with all the excitement and opportunity to go big, things can get overwhelming. How do you choose just the right style to both flatter and glam you up? Do you wear your locks up, down, straight, wavy, or curly? Well, worry no more. Here are the five most important every bride or bridesmaid needs to consider when choosing her Big-Day coif.

Formality of the occasion. Severely slicked-back updos simply don’t fit in with beach weddings, just…
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Take 4: Four Modern Ideas for Classic Queenly Coifs

Take 4: Four Modern Ideas for Classic Queenly Coifs

So this week’s Timeline Tuesday explored several classic, often-imitated hairstyles. How can these looks get a 2010s edge? Well, just in time for Halloween, as well as fall formals and weddings, here are a few ideas for updating some ancient looks:
The new ‘Fro is nowhere near as structured and picked-to-death as of old. Let your natural ringlets actually have a chance to form and you might be surprised at what they do. Modern natural black hairstyles sport shattered shapes and a variety of textures, partings, and accessories for fierceness to rival or match any West African warrior queen’s. Try…
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Timeline Tuesday: Reign Supreme with an Ancient Queen's Hairstyle

Timeline Tuesday has been a continuing series, looking back at hairstyles and trends of the past to draw inspiration for the future. This week’s Timeline Tuesday post will be the last, but don’t forget to check back every weekday for more hair, beauty, and health tips here on PerfectLocks.com/blog!
What woman doesn’t want to be treated like a queen or revered like a goddess. In ancient times, most women did not get to live pampered lives or take the time to luxuriate in their hair- but the queens and goddesses they served often did! Portrayed in sculpture and art as…
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Timeline Tuesday: Reign Supreme with an Ancient Queen’s Hairstyle

Timeline Tuesday: Reign Supreme with an Ancient Queen's Hairstyle

Timeline Tuesday has been a continuing series, looking back at hairstyles and trends of the past to draw inspiration for the future. This week’s Timeline Tuesday post will be the last, but don’t forget to check back every weekday for more hair, beauty, and health tips here on PerfectLocks.com/blog!
What woman doesn’t want to be treated like a queen or revered like a goddess. In ancient times, most women did not get to live pampered lives or take the time to luxuriate in their hair- but the queens and goddesses they served often did! Portrayed in sculpture and art as…
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6 Way-Back Wedding Hairstyles with Elegance

6 Way-Back Wedding Hairstyles with Elegance

Usually on Thursdays, we give you tips on how to recreate or update styles from the era spotlighted that week’s Timeline Tuesday article. Today, though, we’re going to do something a little different: we’re going to add in some looks from Victorian and earlier times and show you ways to update them for regal wedding looks.
Why? Well, early 20th and late 19th century styles just generally lend themselves to formal occasions and striking portraits. And what is more formal – or calls for more portraits – than a wedding? So here are your top six throwback hairstyles and the…
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Timeline Tuesday: Head-Turning Turn-of-the-Century Hairstyles

Timeline Tuesday: Head-Turning Turn-of-the-Century Hairstyles

Timeline Tuesday is a continuing series, looking back at hairstyles and trends of the past, to draw inspiration for the future. Check in every Tuesday for style ideas that build on retro looks to create new profiles, and get how-to instructions and tips every Thursday.
One hundred years is definitely a long time ago. For many young women today, it is probably hard to imagine a time when electricity was rare, the Internet not even dreamed of, and television still fifty years away. Yet the hair styles of the early twentieth century are not so hard to understand, and many…
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10 Simple Tips for Wearing Hair Short and Slick

10 Simple Tips for Wearing Hair Short and Slick

This week’s Timeline Tuesday featured some very smart short hair styles from the 1920s and 1930s. And since the Jazz Age, short and sleek has always been a great style option for women on the move, whether during the 60s with models like Twiggy or again in the 90s and 2000s with many popular hip-hop and R&B acts. Yet many times, these seemingly simple coifs can go awry if the little details aren’t covered. So here are a few secrets to pulling off a sleek, chic hairstyle with minimal fuss and maximum glamour.

Always start with wet hair. For kinkier…
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