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Cool Girl Hairstyles for Independence Day


Both Paris and New York our favorite cities will be celebrating independence day this July.

Barbeques, parades, and fireworks, the traditions of Independence Day and Bastille Day make it one of the most celebrated holidays in the United States and France.

Red, blue, and white are the colors people wear to reflect their pride. To continue this holiday spirit and day of celebration, try out a new and inspiring hairstyle to go along with your patriotic outfit.

We are here to recommend to you some cool French and American girl hairstyles that you can wear to pull off the perfect 4th and 14th July looks!

1. Be Bold with Patriotic Extensions

Add clip-in extensions in patriotic colors, as seen in Japanese Vogue. Natural human hair is best. Trim them to match your own hair length.

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For this hairstyle, make sure your hair is nurtured, the soft lustrous texture is key. The Iles Formula Shampoo and Hair Conditioner is the perfect hair prep partner to give you lustrous repaired locks.

Both products will help you instantly revive the hair’s texture, while the Vitamin B5 and Vegetal Root Juices strengthen it.

Now that your hair is nourished, let’s have a step-by-step on how we can actually execute the braided ponytail.

Step 1: Start out by taking a triangular section on top of the head, that travels to the center back of the head, and collected from the bottom of the ears. The triangular section will be larger in the front and come to a point in the back. Clip this section out of the way on top of your head.

Step 2: Next, take the hair that is remaining and use a dressing brush to comb the hair smooth, securing it into a ponytail in the center back at the nape.

Step 3: Release the top triangular section and begin braiding the hair using the French braid method starting in the front. Work your way braiding from front to back, and then secure at the with an elastic.

Step 4: Once done, secure the braid into the ponytail. If so, you can use a small bobby pin and secure the back of the braid vertically to the elastic that is holding the ponytail into place.

And that’s it!

2. Knotted Tails

This is where haircare and nurtured hair are key. Show off your soft sumptuous and lustrous hair. Don’t use traditional styling products that create dullness and stiffness. Opt for a styling product like Iles Formula Finishing Serum that when heat activated delivers the most spectacular luster and memory to the hair. This remarkable serum contains protection against heated tools + UV +Color Fade + humidity without ever weighing hair down!

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cool-girl-hairstyles-for-independence-day

3. Curls

Embrace your curls and be natural. Nothing transpires more confidence in a person than showing off what is naturally yours.

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cool-girl-hairstyles-for-independence-day

4. Volume

Velcro  rollers are a big rage at present, put them to use by creating a voluminous “DO’

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5. Pigtails

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Pigtails give out a perky vibe that adds to the festivity of the day. Pigtails also come in a great variety.

Dutch pigtails, fishtail pigtails, high pigtails, anime pigtails… the possibilities are endless.

These hairstyles can help you spice up your look.

6. Accessories

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Iles Formula Twilly Hair Tie

100% made with French silk, the Iles Formula hair tie was designed with the crafting spirit of French artist, Noémie Lacroix.

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Iles Formula Twilly Hair Tie

Are you ready to experiment with cool hairstyles for the 4th  and 14 of July? Feel free to tag us with @ilesformula_hair and #ilesformula on your social media to share your look!





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