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Top 3 Hairstyles For Traveling

No matter what the weather is outside your window, our souls are always longing for adventures and traveling! If you suddenly decided to visit your brother in another town or spent a couple of days with your parents, there is no need to fight back against your desires. In order to make your journey even more pleasant and comfortable, our professionals at Hair Salon, NYC have created a special guide to easy and beautiful hairstyles for women.

Messy bun

It is a very easy and nice hairstyle, which fits any hair type and structure. It will not take you more that 10 minutes to create it, what is especially important while traveling. Bun will keep your naughty strands out of your face and “messy on purpose” look will make you stylish and chic.


The ponytail is the most favourable hairstyle of all girls around the world. No matter what the purpose is, ponytail will fit the best, and long trip is not an exception. You can try different variants, for example, sleek, and high ponytail, or low, sided one. Don’t be afraid to experiment with your hair.


Wearing scarf provides you with thousands of different variants of hairstyling. You can gather your hair up high and cover it with your favorite scarf, or let your strand fall straight down and use a scarf as a headband; in addition, you’ll get a wonderful protection for your hair and beautiful covering in case of dirty locks.

Don’t waste your time, sitting on the couch! Seize the moment and go travelling all around the world.

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Jessica Carter
Graduated from UAL (University of Art London) with a specialization in Fashion Journalism. Living in NYC and practicing skills received there. Tries writing about fashion trends for different magazines and websites. Also, interested in traveling, and my dream is to travel around the whole globe. Already been to Norway, France, German, Poland, and Morocco. Visiting India soon. Planning to write a book about her adventures in different countries.