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Blake Lively. Kate Hudson. Megan Fox. Jennifer Aniston. These women are just some of the celebrities out there who sport the tousled, beach hair look. Not only does it scream sexy, but it's a much sought-after hairstyle that even hairstylists can't get enough of when sending models down the runway.
Since writing this blog post, I have also made a video tutorial showing how to tie a bandana land girl style. This morning I posted a link to the Rockalily Facebook Page to show a photo of me (rather sleepily) wearing Rockalily Lipstick about to head out. Someone mentioned that they'd love to be able to wear a scarf in this style, so I said I would do a tutorial for them when I got home.
Coloring hair with Kool aid is cheap and fun. Kids have an absolute blast with it and so do adults (although they might not admit to it :)). My daughter, who is almost 10, has been insisting on dyeing her hair for a while now. I personally believe that this age is too young to be introduced to any of the artificial hair dyes so I did a bit research in order to find a better alternative.
Today I’m guest posting over on Fox in Flats, a fabulous blog all about navigating motherhood in style. As soon as our hair is long enough, we all wear our hair in a ponytail so head over to Fox in Flats to read my ponytail style guide. Hello if you’ve come over from Fox in [...]
Sea salt sprays are known to give hair a boost of volume with wavy texture. Beach-inspired hair styles have graced red carpets and runways worldwide, with celebrities like Kate Hudson rocking the look on magazine stands. Sure, you can pick up sea salt spray at your local beauty supply store from brands like David Babaii for Wildaid, KMS and Sedu but these hair productsadd extra ingredients to preserve shelf life. For the truly natural look, make it yourself! You'll probably save yourself a few bucks.
Lemon The best known of the natural hair highlighters is lemon. Mix 1/4 cup of fresh squeezed lemon juice and 3/4 cup of water in spray bottle. Spritz lemon water onto your hair but do not saturate scalp. Leave mixture on your hair for 2 hours, spending at least 30 minutes of that time in the sun. Be sure not to get lemon juice on your skin before going in the sunlight.
Although “perfect” is a relative term, this method for curling hair is pretty much perfect by my standards, mostly because it isn’t fussy. While I’m a sucker for both ringlets and Californian waves, I like my own curls somewhere in between: relaxed but bouncy. Mermaid-like. Supplies : 1″ curling iron, brush, and hair spray Time : 45 minutes (for thick hair) All of the magic happens with Revlon’s “Helen of Troy” ceramic 1″ curling iron . For those who have long, thick hair like me, you might find that larger curling barrels produce the most pathetic excuse for “waves” that fall out within the hour, regardless of the amount of hair spray.
How To Put A Wave Into Straight Hair: Turn your straight hairdo into something bouncy and wavy for the night, using these simple tips from hairstylist Andrew Jose. Hello. My name's Andrew Jose of Andrew Jose Salon in Charlotte Street, London. How to put a wave into straight hair, I've chosen today to use a curling iron.
VideoJug shows you that this incredibly versatile hairstyle of a messy knot looks high-maintenance but is actually quite low maintenance. After learning a few tricks of the trade from Celebrity Hair Stylist Robert Steinken, you'll be able to create this updo in just a few minutes. Step 1: You Will Need
The hair knot, also known as a hair bun or chignon, is a timeless style that can be worn anywhere. Celebrity Hair Stylist Robert Steinken shows VideoJug how to create the perfect hair knot. Step 1: You Will Need 1 Brush 1 Coated Elastic Band 3 to 6 Bobby Pins 1 Hair Spray 1 Shine Serum Step 2: Brush
Richard Ashforth shows you how to make a perfect ponytail. Richard is the International Creative Director from top hairdressing company, Saco. And here he shows you how to perfect that traditional ponytail haircut.
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Baking soda should be in your hair if it has build-up. Let’s make a pact today. You and me. From now on, when we have a beauty issue, we’ll look in the cabinets – first – before we run out and buy an expensive (or even bargain) product to fix us. And, I know, I know … there’s just something a little bit comforting about picking up a bottle of FancySchmancy-Make-You-Fabulous Potion; there’s some weird satisfaction in forking over your hard-earned money to feel hot. But there’s a new and better feeling from fixing it yourself — by rummaging through your kitchen.