Winter can wreak havoc on your skin and hair, so we asked celebrity hair and makeup artist Desirae Cherman to share her secrets for battling the cold. Find out whether lipstick or lip gloss will help chapped lips and what kind of shampoo is best for frizzy, static-prone hair. With these 10 tips, you'll be able to keep your hair and skin fresh, glowing, and hydrated in the cold.
All hair types experience frizzy hair and static. Case in point, some women have fine hair and battle frizz every time the temperature drops and the air gets dry. Here is what you need to know to keep your fine hair under control this winter. Watch to learn the three best tips to stop static frizz and have beautiful hair this season.
We're all for a product that makes our lives easier, so when we saw an advertisement for the Air Curler, we figured why not give it a whirl — literally. The funnel connects to your hair dryer like an attachment, and after placing your hair into it and adjusting the nozzle, it claims to give you gorgeous, bouncy curls.
One of my all time favorite hairstyles is the Pull Thru Braid. So when I learned this version I knew I had to show others too! This hairstyle tutorial is perfect for any occasion including a Homecoming dance hairstyle, a prom hairstyle, a simple every day hairstyle, or even an athletic hairstyle.
Begin this hairstyle by creating a french braid on each side of the head. I don't add in much hair and when I run out of hair at the end I simply secure with an elastic.
Now I take a small section of hair near the back of my head and add an elastic. I like to poof this section to add some volume and fulness to my hairstyle. This also gives me the base of the pull-thru braid.
Create an entire pull thru braid with the remainer of the hair. Be sure to pancake the hair as you go to add even more fullness! Now I take the beginning french braids and lay them over the top of the pull thru. Use bobby pins to secure the braids to the back of your head.
Once they are secure I roll the braid up and into a ball and tuck it under the braids to hide the ends. Again use bobby pins to secure.
Makeup artist, Derek Selby answers Cityline viewer questions on what eye-shadow will make your eyes pop amd simple advice on foundation. Plus, hairstylist, Grace Tartaglia tells us how to maintain frizzy hair.