Sunday, November 30, 2014

How to Style Thick Hair into a Messy, Cool Top Knot—Glamour’s Elevator Makeover

Glamour’s beauty editor at large Theodore Leaf demonstrates how to style thick hair into an edgy top knot with lots of texture, while makeup artist Sona Gasparian shows you how to make your eyes look bigger with a simple smoky eye.

Thursday, November 27, 2014

Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Mockingjay's Lead Hair Artist Shares Set Secrets!

Mockingjay hair artist Camille Friend had a huge role in The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 1: making sure everyone's hair was perfect. Being the lead hair artist on any film is no small task. But considering many of the cast — including Jennifer Lawrence, Elizabeth Banks, and Julianne Moore — were required to wear wigs, Camille had her hands full.

Friday, November 21, 2014

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Big Hair Tips with Tati

Tati shares three ways to achieve beautiful and voluminous hair without teasing!

Saturday, November 15, 2014

Why Bangs May Be The Fastest (and Chicest) Way Out of a Hairstyle Rut—Glamour’s Bad Hair Day

Evona, a student at the University of Missouri, basically has the same hairstyle as all of her college friends. That is, until Glamour’s Beauty Editor-at-Large Theodore Leaf surprises her with a style revamp that adds new life to her hair and makes her stand out from the crowd.

Wednesday, November 12, 2014

How to Get Gorgeous Hair While You Sleep!

Beauty expert Jackie Perdue is joined by POPSUGAR Beauty reporter Kirbie Johnson to share tips on getting gorgeous hair while you sleep. Follow these easy bedtime beauty tricks to wake up with a ready-to-go style.

Sunday, November 9, 2014

How to Pick the Perfect Shade of Red Hair | Hair How To

There's been a wave of celebrities going red lately — SIenna Miller and Rachel McAdams to name a few — sparking a red frenzy at the salon. While these ladies make it look effortless, we all know it seems a lot harder to pull off red than other shades. But it doesn't have to be!

Tara Carlson, color expert at Byron Salon in Beverly Hills, breaks down what shade of red each of us should strive for, depending on our skin tone, and offers up a easy DIY to keep your red looking vibrant — even after you leave the salon.

Thursday, November 6, 2014

Hot New Highlights For Your Hair This Winter

As the weather turns colder and the days become shorter many of us look for a bit of pampering to lift our spirits during the colder months and one of the great ways to treat yourself is to have your hair done. Winter fashions tend to be darker in colour and we lose our sunkissed colour from our skin so the best way to give us a lift and remind us of the summer is by adding highlights to our hair.

Highlights not only lift the tone of your hair but also add warmth to your face right at the time when you most need it. As the name indicates highlights are lightened or coloured sections of hair and can be as little as one or two shades lighter right through to a complete contrast. They can also be subtle with smaller sections of hair lightened or more evident with chunkier sections using various application methods such as foils where the hair is sectioned off and kept separate after the application of the colour by encasing it in foil, hair painting where the colour is, as the name suggests, painted onto the hair giving it a natural look, frosting where only the tips of the hair have bleach applied, and chunking where large chunks of hair are coloured, this can not only be highlights but also chunks of non-natural hair colours such as pink and blue.

Highlights can also be more than one colour, your hairdresser may choose to use several different tones to really add some vibrancy to your style. One of the current highlight styles is known as ombre where, particularly longer hair, is lightened to a very contrasting colour at the ends and then blended to a much darker colour at the roots.

Whilst highlights are generally a lightening of your natural colour you can also add other tones to add some vibrancy to the natural colour. Copper is a particularly popular colour as it suits many hair and skin tones and adds a lot of warmth to darker hair and shines when the light hits it.

Your hairdresser will be able to offer some great suggestions about what highlights will suit your hair colour, your skin tone, and your personality. Highlights are suitable for all hair styles from the very short to the extremely long and they can be subtle or have major impact. Highlights really can give your whole look a lift especially during the rather dull winter months.

If you are looking at getting a new look this winter, contact the team at Headspace Hair
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Monday, November 3, 2014

Blowouts - How To Extend & Make Hair Blowouts Last Longer - Pureology

Learn how to extend the life of your blowouts and make them last longer with Marina, a Pureology hair styling expert. Being able to go another day without needing to wash your hair is always a plus, and will this will take less than 10 minutes.

Start by spraying a dry shampoo on small sections of your roots and brush through your hair. Add shine on your hair ends by spraying a leave-in conditioner. Then wrap all of your hair with velcro rollers, bigger ones for volume, smaller ones for wavy hair. Use a blow dry to create added volume for your hair. Then, let them sit while you do other things, like apply makeup. Gently take your hair out of the rollers and spray with a hairspray to keep your hair in place all day or night.