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braided bang

These days, all kinds of elaborate entwines are getting worn from the catwalk to the club. But fancy fishtails and French braids are a lot of work, and the weekend is about easy going fun, so here’s another option: a side-swept braided fringe. As easy way to adopt the trend, this carefree look works with a variety of styles and lengths, and captures the beatnik vibe without the effort. For styling tips, click notes.

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braids

Braids were huge through 2014. You couldn’t go a couple feet without seeing someone with a messy fishtail braid. The braid trend definitely took the spot of number one hairstyle, knocking out 2013‘s ever so popular top-knot. So will braids continue through 2015? Absolutely! But they won’t be the same. Click the notes for more. –– Kelly Rowe

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fishtail-bun

The weekend is a great time to try something different and fun with your hair. There’s more time to play around with it, and, instead of wearing it round the office, you can impress your friends or your date with your fabulous style. One way to spice up a bun or a knot is to incorporate a take on the fishtail braid. The image above shows how it can create visual interest, prettiness and whimsy, all while keeping the hair nicely under control. For an easy step by step for attaining this look, click notes.

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Sarah Hyland makes a pretty picture in this style. Her multidimensional hair color suits her complexion and brings out her eyes, but the delightful fishtail steals the show. Wide, chunky, and slightly distressed it’s modern and youthful and chic, with a hair strand elegantly used in lieu of elastic. Paired with the ‘S’-shaped fringe that encourages you to drift your admiring glances across her face-frame and into that plait, it’s a perfectly balanced look for a night on the town. Go steal it in the style notes.

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