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For extra oomph, unravel your topknot and try this: Using your fingers, divide the hair into four large sections, then curl the hair in each section with a curling iron to create a little definition and bounce.
One fashion was for a shroud tied at the top of the head in a topknot, and later a loose sheet (for ease of mobility).
For casual outings, Biel's insouciant knots—bound at mid-level or in topknot territory—were worn both bordered by bangs or defined by wispy flyaways, though sunglasses are always a prerequisite.
Another models the white crop top, coral pink floor-length skirt, and sleek topknot that Sarah Hyland wore to the 2014 Emmy Awards.
Lately, a wave of stars have been spotted with casual topknots, while some others have chosen to let their hair down in easygoing waves.
Hairstylist Justine Marjan went with an off-kilter topknot, using Tresemmé Tres Two Hairspray to get it as sharp and sleep as Cushnie et Ochs graphic designs.
DuVernay added that Meg is modeled after her niece Molly, down to the topknot and glasses, for whom, in part, the movie was made.
And as fellow Angel Jasmine Tooke's evening-out topknot made a case for gel, twists, and glitz, Lily-Rose Depp's equally-taut ponytail offered a glossy, lustrous frame to her wings of liner and soft metallic touches.
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