From Altuzurra, to Herve Leger & Alexander Wang â€“ sleek and smooth was the way to go for the Spring/Summer 2013 runway shows. Lucky for us, there could not be a simpler look to achieve! You can get the look right at home.
Friday morning, Misha Nonoo presented her Spring 2013 collection at MILK Studios.
To coincide with the collection, key hairstylist Marcos Diaz of ION Studio for Davines designed a Frida Kahlo-esque look that was soft, pretty, and feminine. To achieve this, Diaz incorporated bright colored and floral-patterned pieces of fabric by weaving it into the hair.
It is not you, it is your face.Â Having a bad hair day could mean having a bad haircut.Â There are so many ways to wear your hair but nothing is more important than knowing your face shape for the hairstyle that would best suit you.
The key to choosing the correct hair cut for you is finding out what is the shape of your face shape.Â Decide on first if you are long, round, square, oval, or heart and what celebrity owns your face shape type also (try comparing your photo with celebrity photos here) .Â If you are oval, then congratulations are in order because everything will look good on you.Â Other shapes are not as lucky as they have to choose wisely the hairstyle that would flatter them.Â Here are myÂ solutions for your results:
Juan Carlos Maciques, Chrissy’s go-to hair guru and stylist at Rita Hazan Salon in NYC explained, “Given the dress, we opted for something up-swept in front to compliment the high neck but gave her long cascading hair down her exposed back. Chic but sexy since she also wanted to feel the movement of hair.”
Below, Juan Carlos provided us with a step-by-step explanation of how to recreate this hair masterpiece:
Here are Ashlee Simpsonâ€™s close-up photos for hair, makeup and dressÂ at the 18th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards on January 29th, 2012!
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Here are Zoe Saldanaâ€™s close-ups for hair, makeup and dress photos at the 18th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards on January 29th, 2012!
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Here are Angelina Jolie’s close-ups for hair, makeup and dress photos at the 18th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards on January 29th, 2012!
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I never, ever tease my hair! I generally straighten it, and add volume to the roots… I found a method not to use the hair curlers every time I need to add volume to my hair.Â Having straight hair and with heavy tendency, I often get flat hair when I woke up. Never have the time to add volume, I sometimes prefer getting it into a pony tail and take care of my other beauty routine to gain some time. Besides, I hate curlers to sleep in with…
Yesterday I got this kinda risky idea that proved to be great for me! I went to a great saloon and got a semi perm curling and a a haircut after. So the volume part was done, let’s “get straight”! Read More →
Among celebs this trend becomes more and more popular: The new hair color trend is called Ombre Hair Color, Ombre being the French for graduation.
Admitting or not, we all trying to follow the trends, but is also known a beautiful hair color you wear should complement your skin tone. The amount and type of melanin you have -a natural substance which gives your skin, hair, and eyes their color – not only dictates which makeup colors work best on you, but also what shade of hair color is most flattering.
I’m a convinced brunette and I’m glad brunette is back in trends, but I’m allowed to play with warm tones only and I will tell you why: I’ll have a quick guide for you on how you can pick up your best suited hair shade.
Spotted on celebs from Kim Kardashian to Kate Bosworth, the HIGH BUN has been. Michael Duenas, founder of Hair Room Service and celeb stylist (whose clients include: Dianna Agron, Lea Mich elle, and Molly Sims) breaks down this chic and surprisingly damage free style! The Bun is back, and it is back in a big way!!!
There are many different versions of the bun, tight loose, twisted, puffed out, simple, etc.Â I could go on and on. We are seeing the bun placed at the crown of the head more and more.Â This offers a clean slicked look, but not to harsh.Â You get the height you want and the softness you need.This is a look you can choose to wear anytime. It is simple to accomplish as well!
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Win It! Infiniti by Conair You Curl! As seen on TV:
Now that summer is officially over and the autumn air is upon us, I’d like to share some hair tips and trends from Luigi Murenu, the master stylist behind the hair at super-chic Fall 2011 runway shows such as Pucci and MaxMara. Below, Luigi describes how to take these runway-ready looks to real life using products available at your local drugstore.
Here I am with more reviews on hair products, excited to present you a NEW haircoloring product: L’OrÃ©al Paris Sublime Mousse by Healthy Look. Latest technology in the hair-coloring department The Sublime Mousse is a permanent, conditioning home haircolor.
About six months ago I’ve decided (one more time, hopefully the last) to loose the pure black from hair for a lighter shade, more suitable for my fair skin.
â€œThe hair at Armani PrivÃ© was super soft and glamorous, itâ€™s rich looking with a bit of texture,â€ Oribe says.
â€œItâ€™s a very blown out look that almost sweeps into the modelsâ€™ faces. We kept a little curl at the front with everything mostly straight at the back. We adapted the looks to let each girlâ€™s personality to shine through.â€
For Armani PrivÃ© Fall2010 Couture Show in Paris, July 6th, 2010, iconic hairstylist Oribe channeled old Hollywood glamour, smoothing and curling each modelâ€™s hair into thick, luxurious manes with lots of volume and shine.
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The emo hair look starts with a jagged cut and jet-black color. To perfect the style, flat iron key pieces and use a pomade to create texture. For the punk-inspired streaked style, use bright, bold temporary color like Streekers, commitment-free color that lets you play with the look. Create high-contrast streaks in a signature shade, or try different colors every day to complement your mood and your music.
More than just a music movement, emo is a fashion statement in its own right. The have style staples to get the look? Converses, skinny jeans, horn-rimmed glasses and of course, choppy, streaked hair.
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Hello dears! I’ve clustered most of the products I’m currently testing for review: skincare and makeup. Photo here includes skincare from Chanel, Sustainable Youth, Skincode Swiss, Garnier, MAC Cosmetics, Elemis and Scruples hairgel:
Here is the list ofÂ my waiting for reviews skincare products:
From your eyelash conditioner you should expect to see that they look healthier and stronger. An eyelash conditioner is a hair conditioner for the eyelashes. Sun, mascara and lack of vitamins and minerals can damage your eyelashes and it’s a good thing eyelashes exist on the market.Â Distributed by International Cosmetic Associates, Maximum Lash is presented as eyelash conditioner that makes lashes look fuller, thicker and stronger with just one daily application. Why? Here are most frequently asked questions on an eyelash conditioner, answered by Maximum Lash developers:
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Do you use hair gel? SCRUPLES Haircare (New York), the leading professional salon quality line of haircare, maintenance and styling products, gives you countless ways to dazzle and shine with its White Tea Luminous Gel.For over twenty years, SCRUPLES Haircare has been the choice brand of the beauty elite including some of Hollywood’s biggest celebrities including Jennifer Garner, Sarah Michele Gellar, Alyssa Milano, Debra Messing, Marcia Cross and Katherine Hiegl.
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I’ve asked my hairstylist for a shagg (a layered hairstyle) so many times, but never find a product line designed to enhance and defineÂ layers. Looking for this kind of line I’ve learned that Joan Jett’s Hairstylist Sally Hershberger recently created a Shagg Line. Sally also provided answers to some of my questions for you.
But first, may be wondering how you particularly should choose your shagg, what you should ask from your stylist.
Depending on your personality and time reserved for styling you have at least two options:Â If you want to take the look in a more severe direction ask for a shorter style that has lots of layers of all lengths for a choppy, rock star look.Â Or more subtle version would be something a little less drastic – longer, softer layers.