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Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Le Papillon De La Mode!

Yes yes, the rumour is true! My old blog 'Life Of An Awkward Donkey' has been transformed into the new Le Papillon De La Mode!

Just check out to read this FABOO new blog!

Le Papillon De La Mode now features all the latest fashion news, alternative outfits, what the celebs are wearing and the latest Look. As a taster, here's a little article I did about the world wide famous Quiff! Profitez-en!

A piece of hair, esp. on a man, brushed upward and backward from the forehead.

Now, we all remember the famous 'Quiff' from rock legend Elvis Presley, right? But do we realise how casual the Quiff has become? This laid-back hairdo has recently become a fashion statement, worn by celebrities such as Miley Cyrus and Cameron Diaz. Dating all the way back to the 1940's, the Quiff has appealed to a wide audience, but has now developed from the excessive, one-off coiffure, to the nonchalant, everyday style.

Now the fashion is to shave both sides of your head, leaving your fringe great and dramatic, and is considered to be a 'unisex' hairstyle. Colour such as theatrical blues and intense reds are now added to the tips of a Quiff, and is a hairstyle often spotted on the catwalk.

To achieve an 'average' Quiff, you need a tub of styling gel and a comb. Brush your fringe upwards, push slightly forwards, and gently slide back for the finishing 'curl'. Either use hair gum or a clip to  fasten the Quiff in place. Then just add some bright orange flares, and carry a portable boombox for the finishing look.

Le Papillon De La Mode!


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