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In fact, it’s even easy to match a hairstyle to a name. The participants repeatedly “beat the odds of correctly identifying a person’s name based on their facial appearance alone.” Which means, when looking at a face and considering a group of names such as Jacob, Dan, Josef, and Nathaniel, they correctly chose “Dan” 38 percent of the time, which is way above the 25 percent chance (since there were four names) of a random guess. It gets even crazier: Researchers also found that observers beat the odds of correctly guessing a person’s name even when they were allowed to see only his or her hairstyle.
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
Not many of us would part with our precious locks out of choice. However, that’s exactly what these famous women have done. Whether it’s to raise money for charity, as a style statement or all in the name of art. Stars such Demi Moore, Anne Hathaway and Jessie J have all braved the ultimate chop and looked absolutely beautiful. 80s beauty icons: Then and now Demi Lovato & 26 More Celebs Who Look Better With No Makeu
We all have them and unfortunately epically bad hair days just can’t be avoided. Whether your hair is just a frizzy mess one morning or you get caught in a rain shower on your way to work. These simple hairstyles are a lifesaver for those days when your barnet just doesn’t want to cooperate. There are so many more options that just whacking on a hat that are just as minimum effort but with maximum effect.
Fashion Week delights us with new ideas, styles and trends for hairstyles and makeup. Here is the pick of the best (and most wearable) hair looks from the four major fashion weeks and how to do it yourself at home in no time at all.
Half the time we really don’t give hair accessories the recognition they deserve. Hair accessories are the underdog of the red carpet, an embroidered headband or subtle hairpin can really take a look up a notch. Emily Blunt, Kiera Knightley, Blake Lively and Kate Bosworth are all ladies who are ahead of the trend and know how to pull off hair accessories with effortlessly elegance.
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.
Lacking inspiration in the salon chair ? Not sure what hairstyle is right for you? Take a look at this video that followsBuzzFeed’s Eugene Lee Yang through 12 very different hair styles — from the man bun to the pompadour — in just two minutes. Watching this video, not only will you be impressed by stylist David Dang’s skills, but also Yang’s ability to pull it all off.
Celebrity hair stylist Sarah Potempa shares her tips for getting perfectly air dried hair. It's time to put down the blow dryer.
Aside from Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge’s maternity fashion, her relationship with Prince William and her ADORABLE two children, the other thing that people are obsessed with is the Duchess of Cambridge’s enviable tresses. And while she always has perfect locks (she’s a princess people, c'mon), some of her hairstyles are more iconic than others. We spoke to Chris Appleton, Remington’s Session Stylist, to find out how to achieve the 33-year-old’s most popular hairstyles at home. Here are the EXCLUSIVE video hair tutorials that allow you to recreate Kate’s most iconic looks in two minutes or less… Signature Blow Dry You will need… - Hairdryer - Round brush - Paddle brush - Smoothing cream - Volumising spray ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..