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Beat the Heat With Latest Blunt Haircuts this Summer

Celebrity stylist Aashmeen Munjaal and Samay Dutta, Director – Noir the Luxury Blow Bar, have listed a few blunt haircuts:

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Hair cutting and styling in pep salons. Pixabay

Summer is here and in this heat it becomes difficult to carry long tresses. To withstand the hot weather, blunt cuts can act as a saviour for women.

Celebrity stylist Aashmeen Munjaal and Samay Dutta, Director – Noir the Luxury Blow Bar, have listed a few blunt haircuts:

* Short blunt with front fringe: Short blunt is basically touching your earlobes. In front, you can have a deep fringe, this will give you a really cool and chic look.

* Lob: Lob is basically the long blunt. Here the hair are shoulder touching, cut in a straight line.

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Washing hair with shampoo almost every day makes it dry. Pixabay

* Long layered pixie: Short hair, long pixie, it’s surely an adorable combination. It’s lengthy enough to play with at the front and short at the back. This can even make you look longer with short layers at the back.

* Long blunt: Hair are kept pointed and edgy and are kept long upto the waist line. These are kept extreme straight and are cut through clippers.

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* Straight and sleek strands: If you are looking to experiment with short layered haircuts that are sleek and easy to style, then this inverted bob style is the best thing to flaunt. An angle for the front pieces and few shorter layers in the back help to complement volume and height. (IANS)

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Women More Likely to Suffer Injuries than Their Male Counterparts in Frontal Car Crashes

Newer automobiles have tended to exhibit a decreased risk of injury overall

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Women, Injuries, Car Crashes
Researchers said that belted female occupants have 73 per cent greater odds of being seriously injured in frontal car crashes compared to belted males. Pixabay

 Researchers have found that women are significantly more likely to suffer injuries than their male counterparts in frontal car crashes.

Researchers said that belted female occupants have 73 per cent greater odds of being seriously injured in frontal car crashes compared to belted males (after controlling for collision severity, occupant age, stature, body mass index and vehicle model year).

“Until we understand the fundamental biomechanical factors that contribute to increased risk for females, we’ll be limited in our ability to close the risk gap,” said Jason Forman, Principal Scientist at University of Virginia.

According to the researchers, newer automobiles have tended to exhibit a decreased risk of injury overall. Specifically, risk has decreased for skull fractures, cervical spine injury and abdominal injury. Injury risks to the knee-thigh-hip region and the ankle are also significantly reduced.

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Researchers have found that women are significantly more likely to suffer injuries than their male counterparts in frontal car crashes. Pixabay

The study, published in the journal Traffic Injury Prevention, is an analysis of crash and injury data compiled from 1998 to 2015. These data come from a sample of police-reported crashes in the US.

It focused on frontal impact crashes with belted occupants, aged 13 and older. The data included nearly 23,000 front-end crashes involving more than 31,000 occupants, and a nearly equal number of females and males.

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“These results provide insight into where advances in the field have made gains in occupant protection, and what injury types and risk factors remain to be addressed,” Forman said. (IANS)