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    Up Do Hairstyles

    Practice These Updo Hairstyles Now . . . Be Ready This Holiday Season to Glam-it-up!

    Love Miley Cyrus’s updo here which was backcombed at the crown and was spiral set on narrow flexible rollers according to Harris Publications, in their new Celebrity Hairstyles winter holiday issue.

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    As more and more celebrities are wearing longer hairstyles, (whether real or add-on’s), hairdressers are using their creative juices this holiday season to try to find new ways to recreate the updo. After all, an updo hairstyle is the essence of the feminine style and grace.

    Although you’ve seen the half updo hairstyle before . . . think 70’s, it’s been making more and more of a comeback lately. It’s a nice option for changing things up a bit. When you can’t decide whether to wear your hair up or down . . . the half updo will usually fit perfectly.

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    There really isn’t much difference in the mechanics of how it’s done this time around either; teasing the crown, pulling back side pieces and securing with a barrette, or hair accessories of some sort. What updates it now is the hairstyle and hair coloring behind the style. Chunky highlights and long layers around the face makes the half updo a softer and more romantic than the 70’s one length, pulled back look. The idea this holiday season is to make it look effortless or more lived-in.

    Long Updo Hairstyles

    The other updo hairstyles you’ll be seeing more of when “glaming it up” this holiday season, will be the low chignon, bun or pony. You’ll notice most of these looks being worn smoother in front and loose and softly waved in the back. The low side ponytail is back too, another 70’s hairstyle revisited.

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

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