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Few hair styles hold up through the ages as well as the Chignon ( pronounced: "shin-yawn " ) This French name refers to the " nape of the neck, " where the design is worn. The classic Chignon resembles a beautiful, smooth, low knot or bun.
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First made popular in Athens, Greece, women wore the style fastened with gold or ivory pins. Today the Chignon is just as gorgeous and can be worn a variety of ways!
Try it with a braid:
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The Chignon is so versatile that it was a "must have" hair do in the 1940s - Woman would wrapped a scarf around their style before they left for work in the factories!
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From Classic to Modern - with a twist - a Chignon can work for everyone!
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