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Lauren Conrad Long Blonde Wavy Hairstyle

Lauren Conrad Long Blonde Wavy Hairstyle

Lauren Conrad Long Blonde Wavy Hairstyle

Picture of Lauren Conrad Long Blonde Wavy Hairstyle:

Lauren Condrad wore her hair in soft waves. This hairdo is great for those with fine to medium hair looking a style that is easy to re-create. Creating a center part and winding two-inch sections around a large-barreled curling iron is all that’s required.

3 thoughts on “Lauren Conrad Long Blonde Wavy Hairstyle”

  1. Andre says:

    I currently have long layers, and they’re almost all grown back to normal. I want layers again soon, and I kinda have an idea in mind, but I need a picture, and also, I want to dye my hair, but I’m not sure what to do, I’m thinking about a fun color in my bangs, or my whole head. Here is a picture so you can see my current hair

    http://i999.photobucket.com/albums/af119/hannahneth/Demii056.jpg?t=1293582433
    (Don’t tell me how bad I look, I already know)

    Please help, thankkk you(:

  2. Rassling Fundamentals says:

    Okay so I will give you a physical description of some key-features that affect hairstyles.
    I am short (a couple of inches over 5 feet), petite, and have a round face. I also have a fairly small face. My forehead is not big. My hair is quite fine (like…the hairs themselves are not thick), but I do have a medium amount/density. I tend to have a problem with flat hair, though I have learned a few tips and tricks to keep them looking alive and fun (love layers…they really help!!).
    So knowing all that, is there any way I could have long hair? With long hair, I don’t mean like elbow-length or something down to my butt or anything extreme like that. I mean like around my shoulders or half-way between my shoulders and elbows. I’ve been told that people with small, round faces that are short and petite should stay away from longer hair, yet I’ve also heard that longer hair can look good. Oh and my hair is blonde, in case I forgot to mention.

    Another question I have is about bangs. Right now, I have shorter and side-swept bangs. Do you guys think that growing them out (but keeping them side-swept) would also look good?

    I need a haircut soon and I want to be able to tell my hairdresser what style I want. Oh and currently my hair length is at barely touching the top of my shoulders.

  3. Jeffery Carlson says:

    http://www.peachesboutique.com/Prom-Dress-Sherri-Hill-77209.aspx

    pictures would be greatly apreciated, thank you! & i have brown/blonde long wavy hair but i can straighten it or curl it

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