Classic waves, braids, and updos aren’t out of the question just because your locks fall above your shoulders.
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A cropped cut doesn’t have to be a one-trick pony. Just look at the different moods New York City stylist Sarah Potempa achieved with a chin-length bob. “A short hairstyle can have as much personality as you do,” says Potempa, “whether you wear it sleek, full, or curled.” Here, all the ideas and the step-by-steps for creating them on your own.
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Shiny, smooth locks reflect your best for walking down the aisle.
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Finger waves dress up this otherwise simple style for a glammed-out look reminiscent of the red carpet.
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For this edgy look, Potempa crafted a two-strand French-fishtail braid that began with the bangs and incorporated new pieces along the hairline.
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Proof you don’t need long hair to wear an updo: Potempa created a three-strand braid that circled the top of the head and a five-strand braid that wrapped along the bottom before topping the whole elegant look with a jeweled accessory.
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