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happy EASTER weekend


HAPPY EASTER WEEKEND...
wishing you a relaxing time with your family & friends
love the Mana girls
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the best FRINGE for your FACE SHAPE

WANTING TO GET A FRINGE?
The first thing to take into consideration is your face shape, then match up your perfect fringe style,
here's how:

Heart Face Shapes:A heart shape face has a cheek area that is slightly wider than the hairline and finishes with a prominent chin. Heart shaped faces look great with sideswept bangs that vary on the shorter side. This helps draw attention away from the more prominent chin and up to the framed eyes. 

Round Face Shapes: A round face shape is about equal in width and length and doesn't have pronounced corners. A side-swept look will look great on this face shape. Try keeping the bangs longer on the sides while blending it into your hair helps soften the cheek bones. A blunt bang can work for this shape if they're a little longer, adding length to the face.

Oval Face Shapes:An oval face shape is typically 3 parts long to 2 parts wide. In other words, the width of your face is about 1/3 less than the length of your face. There are also no major corners on an oval face shape. This shape has a lot more options when it comes to bangs. They look the best a little longer and a little thicker, grazing over the eyebrows. If your hair in thinner, then face framing bangs that can be swept to the side work great too. 

Square Face Shapes:A square face shape is usually proportional in length and width with a strong jaw line, broad forehead, and square chin. For women with a square face shape, longer, eye-grazing bangs work best when they are thin and layered. Anything short and blunt will make the face look too boxy. 


happy WEEKEND


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3 top styling tips for YOUR TOPKNOT

WANT TO PERFECT YOUR TOPKNOT OR BALLERINA BUN?
Try these  3 easy top tips...

Tip 1: Backcomb your ponytail to create a bigger, more secure bun. If your hair is slippery straight or on the fine side, this is especially helpful. A little bit of teasing not only creates the illusion of more hair, it gives it enough grip to stay up all day or night. 

Tip 2: Jackknife the bobby pins into your hair to keep it in place. If you're using bobby pins to create the bun, here's how to make it super secure: Push the feet of the bobby pin up through the edge of the bun and then jackknife the bobby pin back down, towards the centre of the bun. 

Tip 3: Wrap or tuck the bun tightly and then loosen it a bit with your fingers. Most of us want a little bit of fuzz or messiness in an updo, but if you start messy, your topknot {or whatever type of bun you're creating} will get really messy by the end of the night. Start with a tighter, more secure bun and then loosen strands lightly with your fingers to make it look less perfect.

{Source: Glamour / Pic: Pinterest}

happy WEEKEND

HAPPY WEEKEND...
love the Mana girls
xxxx

hair crush: DARIA WERBOWY

WE'RE LOVING HOW DARIA'S BOB IS GROWING OUT!
Loving it too? Call Mana 02. 8919 0146 to make an appointment

cut inspiration: THE CURVED FRINGE

HAVING A SLIGHTLY CURVED/CURLED FRINGE... 
is a softer and easier way to wear your hair rather than the dead straight blunt fringe. 
INSIDER TRICK: Use a flat iron and give a little bend by curving the iron right at the bottom. 
{Pic: Pinterest}

happy WEEKEND

HAPPY WEEKEND...
love the Mana girls
xxxx
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