Lucy Hale Long Hairstyle With Bouncy Curls
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Luscious Locks Full of Bouncy Curls from Lucy Hale

Lucy Hale, winner of singing competition American Juniors, attends an event in her honor as a NYLON magazine cover star in Los Angeles, California wearing her dark hair in luscious long curls.

With glossy curls hanging past the shoulder, Lucy’s hair looks worthy to grace the cover of any magazine. Spiraling around with each curl can be seen lighter brunette strands that provide a beautiful contrast to Lucy’s dark roots and lovely brown eyes. Smudgy charcoal liner was an edgy complement to Lucy’s leather-trim dress.

Lucy is wearing a cute dress with black puff sleeves, a black and white patterned bodice, and a black skirt with a ruffle at the waist. Bright pink lips put a feminine spin on Lucy’s look at the NYLON Cover Star party.

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2 thoughts on “Classic Hairstyle: Long Vlack Retro Hairstyle from Dita Von Teese”

  1. sean says:

    Do you have a pic of Dita Von Teese’s red and white manicure?
    I would love to see it for my manicure clients.

  2. nyyankees1123 says:

    Why do SOME you give black people who don’t like natural hairstyles give black people that wear them a hard way to go? I mean I know for a fact that’s it’s not all Black People who do this. . .very few. But the ones that do they can be really mean. I am presently growing out my relaxer to go natural & a fellow classmate has already grown her out completely, we both get many compliments from other races about how beautiful our natural hair is & they always want to touch it. However, we have SOME black ppl who always want to say something negative, like ” that looks nasty like that” or question why we don’t want to straighten it. It seems that these ppl have issues w/ their race/ heritage. Which my classmate & myself do not. For those of you who feel negative toward natural black styles, why do you some of you feel the need to harass ppl who don’t want to chemically process their hair? Do you have unresolved issues w/ your heritage?
    Well James go lick it, I’m at work & don’t have time to hit spell check, just wanted to ask a quick question.
    James I just re-read my question what about it didn’t you understand you illiterate roach!

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