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Biography : Mr. Aliko Dangote is Chairman at Dangote Sugar Refinery Plc, Chairman at Dangote Cement Plc, Preside
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Holiday 'do how to: Easy, DIY-friendly hairstyles

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12/03/2016 | 04:36pm CET

Dec. 03--The holiday season means more gatherings for work or play and maybe less time to get occasion-ready. Stylists Kelly Decker and Mary Gran from Fitger's Salon and Spa share easy, DIY-friendly 'dos that will take you less than 10 minutes -- unless you're adding beach waves or straightening.


Hair length: Shoulder length and longer

Tools: elastic, bobby pins, finishing spray (optional)

Where to wear: Casual outings, lunch, shopping, lazer tag, etc.

STEP 1: Start with dry, day-two hair. "That texture holds everything a little better," Decker said. Starting at your hairline, between the arch and end of your eyebrow, trace a comb, pick or your index finger toward the top of your head on one side. Repeat on the opposite side, gathering a section of the hair.

STEP TWO: Using an elastic, make a taut ponytail at the top of the head.

STEP THREE: Wrap pony around elastic, like a loose bun. Fasten hair with bobby pins. "This isn't supposed to look perfect," Decker said. "You want to make it look like you didn't put a lot of work into it." Decker added a mist of Aveda Controlforce Firm Hair Spray for the finish.


Hair length: Shoulder length and longer

Tools: elastic, bobby pins, finishing spray (optional)

Where to wear: Out on the town, holiday party, work

STEP ONE: Start with dry, day-two hair. Part hair according to preference. Back-comb at the crown to add volume.

STEP TWO: With elastic in hand, grab hair low and make a ponytail, stopping short of pulling pony all the way through.

STEP THREE: Using bobbies, pin hair around half-pony to create a messy bun. "You want to hide the elastic band to make it look like to did this without one," Decker said. Top with finishing spray. Decker suggested Davines Definition Mist. (This style works as a side bun, too.)


Hair length: Chin length or longer

Tools: curling tool, comb, bobby pins, finishing spray (optional)

Where to wear: Holiday dinner, holiday party

STEP ONE: For this asymmetrical look, start with dry, wavy or curled hair and a side part. Pull a section of thinner side of hair behind the ear lobe. Secure with bobby pins at the base of your head. Criss-cross pins to make sure they stay, Gran said.

STEP TWO: Continue to pin down section of hair for this half-up look.

STEP THREE: On the heavy side of hair, loosen curls with your fingers "to add a little softness," Gran said. Top with a finishing spray.


Hair length: Chin length or longer

Tools: bobby pins, finishing spray (optional)

Where to wear: Fancier holiday party or New Year's Eve (yes, you can dance in this)

STEP ONE: Start with The Half Pinup hair style. Continue to twist and pin thicker side of hair up the back of the head so it rests in a side style.

STEP TWO: Twist hair on the thinner side down into the loose grouping. Criss-cross bobbies to secure.

STEP THREE: Pull out face-framing curls and top with finishing spray. These types of controlled-chaos looks are in style, Gran said.


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