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Cute Ways to Do Your Hair this Weekend!

Bored with your locks? Not anymore. We're dishing three hot ways to tame those tresses this weekend. Whether you're headed to a football game or on a date with your BF, our latest coif crushes have you covered.

Go for Sweetly Half Up
Psst: a half-up mane works on basically every girl and looks “fun and youthful,” says stylist Angelo David. Start with dry tresses. Use a comb to create a deep part (the arch of your eyebrow is a good point of reference). Grab a 1-inch section of hair and start twisting it along your hairline. Or, to re-create Lauren's look, try a braid instead. Ask your mom or BFF to hold the twisted section, while you repeat on the other side. Secure both parts together with a tiny elastic. Nix flyaways with some pomade.
Deck Out Your ’Do
We were psyched to uncover this line of pretty hair pins. Use them to sweep your bangs back out decorate a low-key updo. Such a great change from plain ol’ pins and adds a hit of color to your hair.
Native Print Bobby Pins, $12.17,

Get Smooth
Forget the frizz! Fall dates call for glamorous locks. When your hair is still damp, apply some anti-frizz serum. Then, blow locks out. Next, use a wide-barrel curling iron on dry hair to ensure you get a head full of bouncy curls. Hit with hairspray and quickly run a bristled brush over them. The result? Hair that looks like it belongs to a silver-screen siren. So pretty.

BY KATIE ABBONDANZA ON 10/15/2010 7:00:00 AM


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