My City Woman's blog on hairstyles for women

5 Easy Hairdo’s In Under A Minute!

I always craved for long hair. Seriously, I was never the “pixie” kind. Sexy as it may look, I yearned to keep my mane stylish and sleek.

My motto is “A woman in control of her hair, is in control of her life!”

Here I bring to you five fuss-free and easy hairstyles for women on the go! No you tube tutorial and no pictorial instructions needed- I promise!

1. Centre-part low ponytail –

This look looks classy in a corporate attire. This would also complement your look for a party on an elegant gown. Don’t believe me? See Priyanka Chopra’s hairdo for the red carpet  event at the 2016 Oscars.
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2. Side braid, curly hair for a party look –

Going out for a party. Here is the hairdo you cannot go wrong with. Just side part and braid your hair. secure with a clip. Use a tong to curl ends of the hair, and you are set. See Carrie Underwood’s look here.
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3. Use a band- 

Hairband is a super-cool way of upping the glam quotient of your hair-do. Use a thin and sleek one for a office look and an embellished one for the evening out. Check out LUPITA NYONG’O here.

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  1. Head-gear –

This is the Indie-inspired version and is being taken up by the likes of Kim.They look glam and exotic at the same time.

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  1. Puff up your hair –A’la Paris Hilton. This one totally rocks at work and at play. Simply carve out a section of your hair in front , lift the hair up and in fine stokes ,move a fine toothed comb backwards to tease the hair. This would add the volume to teh hair. Then secure with bobby pins.
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Looks like its time to glam-up gals!

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