Heat and humidity can kill almost any hairstyle, but luckily, there are a few ways to beat summer hair blues that are easy and stylish.
Contrary to what most people would logically assume, getting the perfect just-out-bed hairdo involves a bit of work. Remember – you don’t actually want to look like you just left last night’s rat’s nest where it formed on its own. A bed-head is still a style, though a fun one that flirts with imperfection.
Not that there’s anything remotely wrong with prim, pin-straight hair or flawless spirals that look like they’re fresh off the curling iron, but today’s vision of glamour involves tousled, piecey hair that is gorgeously imperfect.
It’s not short, it’s not long – it’s demi. This season, expect to see lots of floaty, medium-length hairstyles gracing the catwalks and sidewalks, running the gamut from tousled, sexy ‘dos to prim, angular styles.
Some of us walk a fine line between a bed-head look that’s all the rage and a legit, just-out-of-bed, rumpled mane that may or may not have creatures nesting in it. To make sure you get the look you really want, here’s some advice for creating an expertly-crafted rocker ‘do.
After years of attempting to tame frizzy, unruly locks, it looks as though it’s finally time for curly-haired gals to embrace their natural tresses.
You’d think that braiding your hair should be simple enough, but if you want the perfect stylized sheen you see in all your favorite beauty mug shots, you may need to study up on which products to use. Not that we mean to upbraid you for not knowing otherwise, but a flawless rope of hair is always more than what it seems.
Given Natalie Portman’s plight in Black Swan, not all of us necessarily want to embrace ballerina perfection, but there are ways to borrow chic style tips from the world of dance without driving yourself crazy in the process.
February may seem bleak compared to the promise of sandy dunes in the summer, but there are ways you can satisfy your beach cravings now, even if you can’t afford to book a trip to the tropics.