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    apart from the same old ponytail? something that doesnt take ages n looks good??
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    do a Britney and get the clippers out pronto!
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    Just wear it down, straightened usually looks nice :]

    Then again, I usually just grab my hair up into to some strange messy [but nice] bun like thing, and hope it stays up

    My friend has really long hair, so if she sleeps with her hair in plaits, preferably small ones, her hair looks really nice when she takes them out the next day... you could try that!





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    When my hair was longer I always used to wash and plait it the night before - I could have longer in bed in the morning, and lovely wavy hair!

    Some thing I like to do is to get a couple of pretty hair grips, twist the front bit of one side of my hair, and secure it behind my ear with a criss-cross of grips.
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    I love wearing my hair in pigtails, cos my hair is quite short it doesn't take to long, they don't look awful if they are a bit messy and it keeps it out of the way. one hairstyle that i used to do all the time was, you know the old Baby spice hairstyle it was kinda like that but the bunches lay flat at the side/back of my head rather than sticking up on top. Everyone said it looked really pretty although it does take a little practice to get it to work and can look terrible if the bunches are not even.
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    i usually wear this hairstyle for work as we're required to tie our hair up.

    arrange your hair into a neat ponytail. buy one of those double-banded hairbands (the grecian-looking ones). attach to head. then using another hairtie, arrange your ponytail into a messy bun. fasten with hairpins if you like.

    if you're bored with your hair you can use quite a few accessories if you'd like.
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    (Original post by dementedbunny)
    i usually wear this hairstyle for work as we're required to tie our hair up.

    arrange your hair into a neat ponytail. buy one of those double-banded hairbands (the grecian-looking ones). attach to head. then using another hairtie, arrange your ponytail into a messy bun. fasten with hairpins if you like.

    if you're bored with your hair you can use quite a few accessories if you'd like.
    I was looking for one of those hairbands the other day, where did you get yours?
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    Claire's Accessories do them! I can never use them properly though!

    Low bunches/low pigtails, straight and down, with front bits pulled back in various different ways, just up in a big hair clip, a messy bun, low ponytail slightly to one side, with some hair at the front pulled out, and the ponytail coming round on to one shoulder (sounds crap but I can't describe it!). Anyway really!
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    My hair is long and slightly wavy and I don't straighten it. I usuaully wash, blow dry upside down and wear with a side part, it takes like 10 mins. Sometimes I wear a messy pony as well
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    shaven haven or a landing strip would look best definatly have a bikini line if you have time to go to a beauty place
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    Messy pony. Messy and down. Messy pigtails.

    Messy is hawt.
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    (Original post by LauraJayne)
    Just wear it down, straightened usually looks nice :]
    That.

    And if you can only really pull off messy if you're good looking anyway. Else it'll just make you look like skanky.
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    (Original post by dancingqueen)
    I was looking for one of those hairbands the other day, where did you get yours?
    h&m do loads and loads

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