Saturday, December 8, 2018

Get the Look: Half-Up Curls


Try this holiday party-ready hairstyle from curl expert stylist Jessica O’Brien. This style lets you embrace the best of both worlds: pull your curls off your face (all the better to show off a red glitter lip) while showing off your natural volume and texture.

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Wednesday, December 5, 2018

100 Years of Hair Styling Tools | Allure


Take a look back at the last hundred years of hair styling tools. From the bulky wave machines of the 1910s and the bobby pins of the 1920s, to the metal hair rollers of the 1950s and the hood dryers of the 1960s, see how hair styling tools evolved over the last century.

Sunday, December 2, 2018

Get the Look: Rolled Chignon with Bow


Try this holiday party-ready hairstyle from curl expert stylist Jessica O’Brien. For maximum holiday cheer, put a bow on it – those natural curls of yours are a gift.

Thursday, November 29, 2018

How To Create Fluffy Faux Fishtail Braids


Y’all are going to love this Faux Fishtail Braid hairstyle tutorial because it’s SO EASY for winter! These braids are absolutely DARLING, and so versatile!

Monday, November 26, 2018

3 Hacks to Preserve Your Hair Color


Hairstylist, Janet Jackson, reveals how you can maintain and preserve your color-treated hair.

Friday, November 23, 2018

The Evolution Of Bangs — How Fringe Took Over The World


Bangs or "fringe," as it's known pretty much everywhere except the United States, has been an iconic hairstyle for centuries. We examine the origins of bangs—starting from the 8th century— and talk to real women who reveal how high-maintenance the look really is. Women who sport bangs often credit inspiration for the hairstyle to celebrities from every decade, like Jane Birkin and Taylor Swift. So we took a trip to PrĂ©ma Hair in Manhattan's lower east side to get a tutorial on the process behind the look.

Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Hair tutorial: Waves with Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Jen Atkin


Superstar hairstylist Jen Atkin and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley get together for a styling session. Jen shows how to create soft bends in your hair, how to get the perfect part, and how to use styling products. Easy.

Saturday, November 17, 2018

Choosing Your Wedding Hairstyle - What You Should Remember


As a bride, you definitely want to look your best and all eyes will be on you all through the day. To look gorgeous from head to toe is a must and your hair is one of those things you should take seriously besides choosing a great looking gown. There are long lists of best bridal hairstyles and remembering a few things can help you make the right decision with your wedding hairstyles.

Match the hair with the gown

This is one of the most important things if you do not want to end up looking as though your hair is competing with the gown. Striking a match between the two is what you should focus on. If you have a modern chic dress, select a sleek blow out or hold your hair back. For a gown that has a country look or peasant dresses and high waist, frocks choose curls for your hair and you can add tiny flowers to complete the curly look. Dramatic updos on the other hand can turn out great for big ball gown type of dresses. Whatever you choose should match with the type of dress you have selected. The tip here is to choose your dress first before then finding the perfect hairstyle.

The length of your hair matters

This is something most brides forget even though it is very important. Some styles are best for long hair while others are more suitable for short hair. Wedding hairstyles for short hair are more popular, but you can also rock your wedding with amazing wedding hairstyles for long hair. For short locks, a mini barrette and a pixie make very good chic and simple wedding looks but the choices are numerous. For longer locks, buns, barrettes and petals are some amazing ideas. Your hairdresser can come in handy in giving you choices depending on the length of your hair. Fashion magazines can also be helpful sources for any length of hair.

Remember the veil

Apart from making sure that your wedding hairstyle matches with the dress, also remember the veil and how suitable the hairstyle is going to be for your veil. If you have chosen a style whose charm is lost under the veil, you can consider wearing fascinators which are back and trending. There are also fancy short bridal hats that can be worn but make sure that you choose the veil before you go for the hairstyle to keep limits at bay.

Understand your hair type

This is very important because even the simplest hairstyles look great on particular hair types. Very short hair or hair that is very fine can be tricky to work with but there are styles that best suit this kind of hair. Same goes for curly hair, which can be tricky to straighten and make skinny. Know which hairstyles your hair will hold without problems. You should actually consider booking a trial with your hairdresser to help make a great choice beforehand.


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Wednesday, November 14, 2018

What Determines Your Hair Color?


There's a lot of natural variation in the color of human hair. What's the physical explanation for the difference?

Sunday, November 11, 2018

How To Control Frizz And Static For Fine Hair


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.