Over the years, the 8-year-old experimented with various looks, having stars, stripes, and zigzags shaved into her hair with no complaints from the school — until now.
Is slaying her full-time job now? That was a commenter’s response to one look the actress showed on Tuesday as she visited “Good Morning America” and the New York Film Festival.
When it comes to hairstyles, we often get stuck in a rut with the same hair routine day in and day out. Mix it up by trying a new and easy look on your second-day hair. Braids are a great way to keep your hair looking good all day without having to bother re-doing it every five minutes.
Most of us would let out a little sob just at the thought of having all of our hair chopped off. However, these ladies braved the scissors in order to get really short (and very stylish) hair. From trademark pixie cuts to edgy peroxide hairdos, here are all the celebs who have opted for short hair this year and are 100% working it. All hail the body positive lingerie campaign breaking beauty boundaries The hottest pixie haircuts of all tim
Be it for a wedding or a dinner out, updos look sophisticated and chic. They can, however, be time consuming and complicated and so today I wanted to share a quick and easy braided updo. This takes about five to ten minutes and will take you from casual to classy in no time at all…Step One
Us Brits simply love to complain about the weather. If it’s not nice out, we’re not happy. But bless us with a week of scorching sun and we’re quickly complaining that we’re too hot/sticky/melting. But there’s one quick fix guaranteed to ensure you feel a whole lot cooler, ASAP: Get your hair off your face - and, ideally, your neck too.
“If you fancy going this light, you must be prepared for a little style maintenance,” celebrity hairdresser Mark Hill tells us. “I would always advise you go to a hairdresser when you want to go this light - they will be able to use the correct product for your natural colour.
Going grey is no longer something to fear. Some of the most stylish celebs are intentionally dying their hair grey and they don’t care. Everyone from Kylie Jenner to Rihanna and Ellie Goulding have rocked the granny chic hairstyle. It has become a bit of a trend, proving that ageing comes with a great new silver lining.
The dreaded second day of hair. The struggle is real as we brush out the dry hair shampoo and wait for the unruliness to begin. However, not washing your hair for a day or two can actually make your hair better to work with. Get some inspiration from these beautiful garnets on how you you can create some cool hairdos…
You may think twice before using a straightening iron or shudder at the thought of the dry straw-like texture that comes with the heavily hair trends you see on Instagram but it might be certain daily habits that actually cause your hair damage. Ditching some bad habits in your haircare routine can be the difference between a dull mane rife with split ends and the best hair of your life. Here are eight things to avoid for strong and healthy hair.
I wanted to see that Prada look done for everyday — and hairstylist Deycke Heidorn delivered. The key with this look is texture, so start by perfecting your waves. For those with naturally wavy or curly hair, Heidorn says to add a bit of leave in conditioner from the mid-shaft to ends of hair and let it hair dry or dry using a diffuser For the straight haired girls, use a medium sized curling wand to create waves and lock in the texture with a salt spray (she likes John Masters Organics Sea Mist and Redken 07 Fashion Waves) before gently combing out with a wide tooth comb. The final step is all about that last bit of texture — and it’s what makes this style slightly different from the look at Prada.
The dreamiest of all the dreamy hairdos. [Photo: Instagram/Sager French Hair] If you’ve been on Instagram recently, you’ll no doubt have noticed the latest hair trend taking over the social media site. No not dip dye, not ombre, and not rainbow either (we’ve been through a lot of different hair trends in recent months). Opal hair, that’s what it’s all about – for the moment, anyway.