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Posted: 02 December 2017 at 15:25 | IP Logged Quote betrees

good old topknot history fashion

 

 

diedutt haircut is one of the beliebtestenhochsteckfrisuren. the hair is a knot tied or plaited, and the back of the head or in the gluelessfulllacewigs hair stuck out. this means, such as pins, clips or small kämmchen used.

 

the bun is long out of fashion, it is because today it is often referred to as old-fashioned and unattractive. indicative of this is the fact that grandmothers and old women in cartoons, children's books, films and advertising like bun will be presented.

 

but the old-fashioned "out of fashion" and the topknot is still used today. this refers to him as "hochsteckfrisur". the bun with a variety of tools together.

for the invisible variant of the attachment to be used as unobtrusive as possible, such as pins or clips from thin metal. you are so thin and can also be coloured according to the color that the elaborate gluelessfulllacewigs.com hairstyle as alone does nothing to any tool shows.

 

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