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your look ● hairstyles By Yulia Riebman PHOTO BY TED WEST A Tassel Worth the Hassle Summer, being such a dynamic season, brings lots of exciting reasons to try new looks and give the old ones a new twist M ore and more, we see so-called unﬁnished and undone hair and makeup as an absolutely inde- pendent and self-sufﬁcient trend on the run- way, streets, and as a most requested bridal and red carpet look. You want to mess up your per- fect do just a little bit to give it a young and easy feel. Boho chic still remains the hottest style, especially this summer. Tassels are everywhere—in clothing, jewelry, and (you got it) in hair! So, it’s time for your Pageantry Beauty Squad to show you the perfect summer hairstyle that you can take from daytime to nighttime without changing a thing. The best part is, not only is it super fun, but it’s also very comfort- able for hot weather. Let us introduce you to the tasseled high ponytail. This genius hairstyle works for practically any wardrobe choice—a casual denim set or an evening gown. It ﬁts any occasion—school, ofﬁce, gym, concert, prom, or red carpet. You name it, we’ve got you covered. Keep reading if you want to learn to create it yourself... SMOOTH FOUNDATION Start by preparing your hair. Remove and smooth any waves that your hairline naturally has, typically around the face and temples area, as we demonstrate on Gena’s gor- geous hair. Brush your hair thoroughly to achieve a very sleek and smooth effect. 46 PAGEANTRY Gena Wachendorfer is a model with Southwest Model & Talent discovered at the IMTA NY convention in 2015. She is also a fea- tured model in the Pageantry & PromTime 2016 Fashion Showcase. TIGHT PONY Use a hair tie to put your hair in a sleek high ponytail. Depending on the thickness of your hair, you may want to double-up your hair ties, as you want it to stay secured high up all day. Plus, you need to create a pretty tall “neck” for this type of ponytail. Smooth ﬂyaways with a comb and hairspray them down. HIDE THE TIE Pick a small section of hair from the back of your pony- tail and smooth it ﬂat. Wrap around the tie to completely cover it. Pin the end of it at the back with a bobby pin. CURL THE TAIL Use a 1” curling iron or a wand to curl your hair right to the base. Pick smaller pieces and leave them to cool off in that ribbon shape. For more volume, alternate the direction of your curls as