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Who has time to wash, dry and style everyday? If you don’t have the time,  what’s a girl to do? Here’s a list of quick and easy solutions to take your just-slept-on hair from drab to fab. Time to tease If your hair is just plain lifeless a day after washing and styling, you can tease it back to life. Go for an updo with a teased crown. Just grab your comb and tease a few sections of your hair to add a little volume. Then, pull it back into a puffy ponytail. It’s a popular look right now and it’s a great day-two do. Grab your headband Headbands are making a comeback. These hot accessories can turn your flattened hairdo into a trendy new look. You can leave your hair loose or you can pull it back. Colorful headbands with embellishments are hot right now so don’t be afraid to go with something bright and funky. Styling your hair doesn’t have to be a chore, especially on day two. You just have to be a little creative and know which products work to your benefit. Don’t go overboard on products. Too much product will be counterproductive.  Call or stop
No doubt you’ve flipped through a ton of wedding magazines and looked at pictures online to find some inspiration for your wedding-day hairdo. While the style is important, you should also consider hair accessories. Beaded comb If you plan to pull your hair back into a low bun or an elegant knot, a beaded comb is a great accessory. The comb will draw attention to your hair without taking away from its beauty. Once a comb is slid into place, it stays put. You won’t have to fuss with it throughout the day. Decorative bobby pins Pinned curls are all the wedding-rage right now. To create this look, your stylist will curl strands of your hair and then twist and pin the curls in the back. This kind of updo will require quite a few bobby pins to secure, but the finished look is red carpet worthy. Decorative bobby pins add the final touch to this do. Consider pins with rhinestone tips, or go with colored pearls that match your wedding colors. Hat with birdcage veil If you want an eye-catching accessory, go for a small hat with a birdcage veil. This vintage 1950s look is making a comeback at
Father’s Day is just around the corner and it’s time to make sure your dad knows just how much you love and appreciate him.  Here are a few ideas to help you out: Fire up the grill. Treat Dad to a special barbecue, where he’s the guest of honor. Make his favorite dishes and he will feel so appreciated by the thought and effort you put in to preparing a meal just for him. Take Dad out to the ball game.  Take him out with the crowd. Buy him some peanuts and cracker jacks. What dad wouldn’t love that? Not only will it remind him of the times his dad took him to the ball game, but it’ll also remind him of all the times he took you to the ball game too.  What a wonderful way to reminisce and build new memories at the same time. Give Dad the best six-pack. If you don’t know what your dad’s favorite beer is, than it’s time to do some investigating. Some stores even allow you to mix and match, so you can give Dad a super personalized six-pack. You can choose a few of his favorites and maybe a few he


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