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This type of hair-dressing is very popular and always pretty as it utilizes her own locks for the coils, and studies to avoid any appearances of artificiality. Much brushing will keep the hair soft and glossy, and if the sides and front of the hair are put up on curlers at night it will fluff prettily about the face. A wide barrette is considered almost an essential for this manner of wearing the hair, being curved to fit the shape of the head. It holds the hair in place and allows no stray locks to mar the neatness of the ensemble.









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