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Tired of topknots? Let your hair down.

As the weather changes with the different seasons, so does your style.  What once worked in the fall and winter must be replaced come spring and summer.  You clean out your closets, store your coats, and look to refresh your style while the weather is warm.

Become a trendsetter this spring by letting your topknot down. This past fall, topknots and ballet buns could be seen all over by anyone who wanted to look chic on a bad hair day.  While it looks cute, and requires minimal effort to put together, the topknot has made its mark.

Out with the old, in with the new.

This season, try a classic hairstyle that has faded in and out of fashion since the 1950s: the ponytail.  The ponytail first emerged from style icons Sandra Dee and Audrey Hepburn.

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What was once considered a hairstyle for young girls became a classic.  Since then, many celebrities, models, and fashion designers have used this hairstyle to make a statement.  Pictured below are celebrities Cher, Madonna, and Sarah Jessica Parker all sporting ponytails for different looks in time.

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Spring and Summer 2013

This season, instead of throwing your hair up in a topknot or messy ponytail, create a style and set the trend by keeping a polished low ponytail.  Featured in runway shows this year, designers such as Alexander Wang, Michael Kors and Donna Karan inspired celebrity red carpet looks.

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Keep your ponytail polished, slicked back, or mess it up with a touch of volume.  You will display confidence and accentuate your feminine features with your hair pulled back low.

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