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20 Cool Girl Ways To Do July 4th Hair

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07 . 02 . 18
Emilie Branch

Emilie Branch

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Emilie is a writer and editor based in New York. Though she writes about beauty, she has written for a variety of lifestyle and industry publications over the last ten (plus) years. Find out what color Emilie’s hair is now by following her on Instagram @emiliebranch.
Emilie Branch

Fireworks, beach, bbq—July 4th is here, and with it comes… July 4th hair! There’s no excuse not to bring it for the holiday of the summer—our inspo-guide has you covered. We’re arming you with our favorite looks that hit the seasonal sweet spot—without being too kitschy. These styles are a nod (or a shout) to July 4th, though still chic enough to sport past Labor Day. Scroll through and decide which look has you seeing fireworks.

 

July 4th Hair

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GO ALL IN WITH RED, WHITE AND BLUE

Nothing says July 4th hair like red, white and blue. The three colors are basically synonymous with the holiday. However, the possibilities to show your stars and stripes are limitless.

TWO OUT OF THREE

You can still turn heads without sporting all three colors at once. A combo deal—think, red and white, blue and white, or red and blue—still gets the point across. Style your look around the color your hair is lacking. Think red lips or a monochromatic all-white ensemble!

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SAY IT WITH GLITTER

How much do we love glitter hair? From your July 4th hair to your favorite festival ‘do, glitter hair quite literally keeps the dull away. Go all in with holiday colors or take the firecracker route and play up the sparkle—either way, your friends will be able to find you in the dark.

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STAR BRAIDS

This style checks the “best of summer” box. It’s playful (hello, there’s a star on your head) and practical (strands are tied back so you don’t have to worry about them frizzing). Add in some color to take the July 4th hair gold.

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