Side combs, in case you’re unaware (as I was), are those clips with a comb attached to them that some women may know best from their being attached to wedding veils in bridal hairstyles. But side combs are more than just veil clips – they’re also an awesome and versatile hairstyling tool.
Inspired by art deco, hair this holiday season is timeless, feminine and glam. â€śMuch like the paired down fashion of the 1930s, hair becomes the focal point this holiday,â€ť says Jo-Anne Dicken, AG Hair Cosmeticsâ€™ updo guru. â€śThis holiday we’re seeing styles similar to what youâ€™d expect on the sophisticated red carpet of the Uptown district in Manhattan.â€ť AG recommends trying one of theseÂ hairstyles for your holiday celebrations:
Before creating this ultra glamorous updo, prepare your hair with a volumizing product like AGâ€™s Foam Weightless Volumizer and blow-dry with your hair flipped upside down. Get The Divaâ€™s fullness and width by curling the hair with magnetic rollers and pinning curls in different heights for a fresh holiday silhouette.
The au courant trend in prepping for a night on the town is getting your hair blown out at the salon. If you’ve never had a blowout, let me tell you, the luxurious feeling that ensues of having naturally straight, voluminous hair is a beauty addict’s favorite kind of high.
Alas, all too often do we wake up the following day with lackluster locks and blowout-withdrawal symptoms. So how can we hang on to the dreamy hair of our yesterdays? Here are a few tips for making your salon blowout last:
Lately, I’ve seen a lot of girls sporting a low ponytail. Whether spending a day at the beach, running errands, or dressing up for a date or Girls’ Night Out, this flexible hairstyle looks great on everybody – but if not styled properly, this look can be a bit, well, boring.
Since it’s such a growing trend (and super cute!) I’ve got some ways to make yours unique. Try these out and you’re guaranteed to look fab: