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Down-to-there hair is fashionable again. This time, it [macron]s shiny, swingy *and not necessarily your own. By Meirav Devash
6[currency]6Swinging hair has come a long way since the Age of Aquarius. Like bras, it used to get burned (on an ironing board) or tossed around carelessly (like fans at a Doors concert). But today, flowing hair resembles a La Perla push-up *silky, pristine, and full of body: [degrees]It [macron]s sensual and moves with you, [+ or -] says hairstylist Diego Da Silva. And while it used to take years to achieve great length, now it just takes clever fakery. [degrees]It [macron]s difficult to grow long hair and keep it healthy, [+ or -] says hairstylist Didier Malige for Fr[umlaut][bar]d[umlaut][bar]ric Fekkai Beaut[umlaut][bar]. [degrees]Extensions give you that look in a moment. [+ or -] No wonder, then, that they are a staple at fashion shows (where long hair is as prevalent as Russian accents) and in Hollywood, where more actresses are wearing them with pride. Case in point: Jessica Simpson, who, when complimented on her new style at a recent American Music Awards, said: [degrees]The hair is just glued in for tonight. [+ or …