If it’s been years since you’ve ventured into headband territory, the onset of September (a.k.a back-to-school season) is the perfect excuse to get back on the bandwagon.
Before you get too excited about the prospect of making your hair grow faster, you should know that there’s no surefire way to make your locks longer in a short amount of time.
If you’ve been paying attention to the red carpet lately, you may have noticed that tons of celebrities are showing up with new haircuts featuring bangs.
High school reunions are a great way to get in touch with your former classmates and see what’s going on in everyone’s lives. You can get reacquainted with your old friends and maybe even make a few new ones that you never would’ve expected. If you’re nervous about what you should wear or what people […]
If you’re a fan of long hair, you may be interested to know that there is actually a pill that exists which promises to promote growth and make hair thick, strong and healthy.
Some hair serums have gotten a bad reputation – mostly because women with fine hair are frustrated by oily products that weigh their hair down for days.
Next time you go to dump that can of beer you’ve deemed too warm for drinking, consider saving it for a hangover beauty fix. According to celebrity hairstylist Ted Gibson, beer is an excellent ingredient to use in a home-made hair conditioning treatment.
In light of Blake Lively’s recent turn to strawberry fields (specifically, we’re referring to her recent redhead conversion), we thought we’d address all of you out there who are probably in the mood for a spring renewal of your own.
You treat your body to some relaxing time out, sink into fragrant bubble baths and lather your skin with luxurious masks and essential oils – so why not do the same for your hair?
Lest you thought that all of your cosmetics belonged on your vanity table or in your bathroom cabinet, we encourage you to think again. Some of the most vital beauty fixes are things you would normally find in your kitchen, lending true meaning to the old adage – “you are what you eat.”
There’s no time like spring to harness the energy of renewal – but why stop with budding blooms, balmier temperatures and a brighter, lightweight wardrobe? If your wintertime tresses aren’t exactly uplifting, you can take the situation into your own hands and reinvent yourself with a fresh hair color.
If any of you haven’t turned wise to the benefits of a leave-in conditioner or hair mask, let Shameless star Emmy Rossum teach you how to hold your head up high.