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3 Quick and Easy Valentine's Day Hair Styles

Love is in the air! Celebrate the day of love by spending time with your partner, family, friends, or by yourself. Regardless of your relationship status, your day should be filled with love and you should feel your absolute best. Need a hair style to switch it up? Here are 3 Quick and Easy Valentine’s Day Hair Styles that will make you look great!

With a Twist
Start with a twist out, braid out, or wash and go. Place your hair in a side part and use a hair tie to separate the two portions. You want to place the twist on the side with the least amount of hair. Grab a small section in the front and create a two-strand twist. Lay the twist back and secure with a bobby pin. Take your hair out of the two ponytails and fluff.

Half Up and Down
Start with a twist out, braid out, or wash and go. Section your hair in two parts, the top and bottom halves of your hair. Your bottom half should have more hair because you want that section to be fuller. Place the bottom half of your hair in a loose ponytail and section it off. For the top half of your hair, use your favorite edge tamer to smooth your edges with your brush. Next, place your hair in a ponytail. Twist your ponytail and wrap it around to create a full bun. Use bobby pins to secure the bun. Remove the ponytail from the bottom half of your hair and fluff.
Up Up and Away 
This style is great if you have 3rd day hair and need to jazz it up. Keep a small portion of the front area of your hair out and put the rest of your curls in a high ponytail. Fluff the ponytail to make it full. For the curls in the front, use bobby pins to frame around your face.

What are your plans for Valentine’s Day? Are you trying a new hairstyle for the special day?

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