Top 10 Beautiful hairstyles for women in 2013

Posted on Jul 1 2013 - 5:10am by Admin
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The following are the Top 10 Beautiful hairstyles for women in 2013

1. Layers, 2. Twisted sister, 3. Ultra Low Pony Tails 4. Loops, 5. Twisted Hairs, 6. High Buns, 7. Curls and waves, 8. Messy Buns, 9. Bob, 10. Braids

1. Layers

A women”s hairstyle where different sections of the front hair are cut at different lengths to give the impression of layers.



2. Twisted sister

a very beautiful hairstyle for young,hot and trendy girls is known as twisted sister.




3. Ultra Low Pony Tails

A ponytail is a hairstyle in which some, most, or all of the hair on the head is pulled away from the face, gathered and secured at the back of the head with a hair tie, clip, or other similar device, and allowed to hang freely from that point. It gets its name from its resemblance to the undocked tail of a horse or pony. Ponytails are most commonly gathered at the middle of the back of the head, or the base of the neck. Depending on fashions, they may also be worn at the side of the head (which is sometimes considered formal) which is worn over one ear, or on the very top of the head (allowing the hair to fall down the back or one side of the head).



If the hair is divided so that it hangs in two sections they are bunches or pigtails if left loose, or pigtails or braids if plaited. Unbraided ponytails worn above each ear are sometimes called dog-ears.

It is common for those who wear tight ponytails to experience traction alopecia, a form of hair loss. Sometimes it will cause a headache.

4. Loops

Hair loopies are a type of hairstyle in the Northern and Southern Water Tribes. Sokka used the term when he asked Katara how she would feel if she lost something meaningful to her, such as “her hair loopies”. In the Northern Water Tribe, Yue wore a similar style consisting of elaborate braids instead of regular loops.

Many years after the Hundred Year War, the hairdo was still popular, at least in the Northern Tribe. A woman who would go on to marry Republic City outlaw, Yakone, also sported the look.



In loops hairs are made into two parts down the middle,then comb the hair against the head and then gather it into a ponytails,which then is rolled under itself to create a loop.Second setup is wrapping the loose ends around the base and tie them with u-shapped pins.Although this is a bit difficult hair do to make but it is trend these days.

5. Twisted Hairs

Hair twists, flat twists, or mini-twists, are a hairstyle popular with Afro-textured hair in the United States, and sometimes with other hair textures. The style is achieved by dividing the hair into several sections, twisting strands of hair, then twisting two twisted strands around one another. They can also be created with one strand of hair at a time, with a comb. They are not to be confused with larger, longer dreadlocks, (or “locs”).

Twists can be made when naturally curly hair is still wet and somewhat relaxed from soaking with hot water; when the hair dries, it will shrink, creating a tightly woven texture to the hair twists. Twists can also be done with dry hair for a different texture. Twists can be combined with other hairstyles at the same time, such as afro-puffs and Afro.

In order to maintain twist hairstyles, wearers are advised by hairstylists to cover their hair with a headscarf or durag at night.



A French twist is a common “updo” hair styling technique. It is created by gathering hair in a low ponytail (not secured) and twisting the ponytail upwards until it turns in on itself against the head. It is then secured with pins, clips, sticks or a comb. It was popular in the 1960s.

French twists are usually worn to proms and weddings when they are in a tight fashion; however, one could wear a messier, looser look to the office or out on the town. Hair clips are also commonly used with French twists.

6. High Buns

A bun (also known as a bobtail) is a type of hairstyle, typically worn by women, where the hair is pulled back from the face, twisted or plaited, and wrapped in a circular coil around itself, typically on the back of the head or neck. They can either be secured with a hairpiece, a hairnet and bobby pins. They may be tightly gathered or slightly messier and more informal. Buns, like ponytails, may cause headaches if worn too tight or up too high on the head.



In India, it’s common for female college professors to wear their hair in a bun, in order to identify with their profession.

Men are not often seen wearing them, but they can do so. This may be because they are using it in a practical way such as in sport (like samurais) or using it in a formal way.

7. Curls and waves

Short 360 Hair Waves (often shortened to waves or “360 waves”) is a hairstyle, generally worn by men. The hair is cropped short to the head in the styling of a Caesar cut. There are brushing techniques that will result in the resemblance of “oceanic waves” in the hair.

Frequent and repeated brushing (along with adequate moisturizing) is the only way that this hairstyle is maintained- although the amount of brushing may vary from person to person as the type of hair changes. “360 Waves” are the result of curls of hair that unfurl, allowing natural “rows” of roots to be exposed. As the hair lengthens in a process called wolfing, the waver can achieve “deeper” waves by allowing the hair to grow out; preferably 4–10 weeks.



Short Hair Waves, shortened to just waves, is a very common and sought after hairstyle for African American men that create the appearance of water like waves of the hair.

8. Messy Buns

The messy bun is a totally chic and stylish look that suits many’s much more easier to make a bun than if you have thin hair.

What you do is first, you tie it up in a ponytail, then you start messing around with your hair until it looks really bad (trust me, it will look much better after your done) then twirl it around and around and mess it up again.




Get another hair tie and tie half of your hair into a mini bun. Then with the leftover hair, but it around and tie it firmly. DONE! if you have REALLY THICK HAIR it works to just put a normal bun, and if you mess it up, it looks good. Also, if you have any hair spray, that will help adjust and you can put some hair pins here and there to make it better! Perfect for school, especially when you wake up really late and don’t have time to wash your hair. Perfect for dances. (Guys really go for this kind of hairstyle. It looks much more natural then curling/straightning your hair, and it seems like you haven’t tried to look pretty and you do.

9. Bob

A bob cut or bob is a short haircut for women (and occasionally men) in which the hair is typically cut straight around the head at about jaw-level, often with a fringe (or “bangs”) at the front.




Bob hairstyles are one of the best ways to transform your look instantly. But before you hit the salon, check out these celebrity bob hairstyles.

The ‘Pob’ – that is, the Posh bob – may have been one of the most copied celebrity hairstyles of all time, but we rather liked the look she sported while growing it out – slightly longer in the back, more layered and with a side-swept fringe.

10. Braids

Using the pieces of hair in front of your ears, make a braid on each side and secure them together in the back. Fluffing the hair underneath is optional, but it’s a great way to look adorable and keep your hair down but out of the way.



Braiding is a complex structure or pattern formed by intertwining three or more strands of hair. Braids in males are called corn rows – typically a small tight french braid. Styles include French braiding, Waterfall Braid and fishtail braid.






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