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6 Fall/Winter Hair Ideas For 2012

6 Fall Winter Hair Ideas 2012 via Babble

Do you feel like you are in a hairstyle rut, and wanting some fun new ideas for your hair? We have found 6 hot new looks that are in style for this Fall & Winter!

Keep reading after the jump to view our 6 Fall/Winter Hair Ideas for 2012


  • Faux-Hawk Feminine Pony 1 of 6
    Faux-Hawk Feminine Pony
    Create this faux-hawk, but one that is still feminine, thanks to a soft fullness through the top.
    Image Credit: Refinery29
  • Innovative Ponytails 2 of 6
    Innovative Ponytails
    We love innovation, especially when it comes to a ponytail! Use a wide barrette to hold strands back smoothly against the head to achieve this look!
    Image Credit: Glamour
  • Twisted & Waves 3 of 6
    Twisted & Waves
    Create these beautiful soft waves and add twists to your hair!
    Image Credit: Glamour
  • Twisted Plait 4 of 6
    Twisted Plait
    Create this look by adding some sparkle to your hairstyle with a twisted plait.
    Image Credit: Glamour
  • Add Accessories 5 of 6
    Add Accessories
    The quickest way to give your hair a update is to add a cool accessory.
    Image Credit: Glamour
  • Deep Side Part 6 of 6
    Deep Side Part
    The perfect hair for a special occasion! The wider the part, the more open your eyes appear.
    Image Credit: Elle
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Rachelle Francey is the Editor in Chief for La Petite Magazine, and editor at Kenziepoo.com, in which you will find everything extraordinary for the little one in your life…including fashion, design, DIY projects, unforgettable stories and more!

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