Ever look at celebrity hairstyles on the red carpet and wonder: How on earth does she have such voluminous, flowing, lust-worthy hair? Or, how did her straight chin-length bob turn into a long, wavy look over the course of the weekend? See hairstyles
Our makeover team at the Warren-Tricomi salon in Los Angeles, which includes hairstylists Whitney Olson and Reanna Garcia, colorists Jherra Moreno and Ashleigh Childers, and celebrity makeup artist and co-founder of the Luxe Beauty Team Sarah Uslan, gives busy mother of two, Nisa a much-needed overhaul. They transform her dull, brown, frizzy waves into luxuriously smooth, highlighted curls to give Nisa the wow-factor she deserves with the low-maintenance look she needs. See makeover
Our makeover dream team -- celeb stylist Ted Gibson, owner of Ted Gibson Salon in New York City, and celeb makeup artist and Beauty.com spokesperson Tina Turnbow -- will give Jennifer modern hair and gorgeous makeup. See makeover
We've heard through the celebrity hairstylist and makeup artist grapevine that before factoring in skin care, Botox, or manicures, it usually takes about three hours for a female nominee or presenter to get ready for the Oscars. See hairstyles
As a mother of a preschooler and a busy marketing professional, Rachael doesn't have much time left for beautifying herself. This is why her obvious roots and frizzy curls are due for an overhaul, but a maintainable one. That's why we called on our makeover team at the Warren-Tricomi salon in Los Angeles, Calif., which includes hairstylists Whitney Olson and Reanna Garcia, colorists Jherra Moreno and Ashleigh Childers, and celebrity makeup artist and co-founder of the Luxe Beauty Team Amy Hollier. Together they give Rachael sleek curls and a natural, low-maintenance makeup look that packs a subtly sexy punch. See how the transformation went down. See makeover
What is it about human nature that makes us want to predict everything?
From the weekly weather forecast to our upcoming astrological year or even the world's demise come 2012 (thanks for that one Mayans) -- we just have to know what's in store for us. See hairstyles
No need for a cut or color change to mix things up this year. Try one of these quick celebrity hairstyles instead See makeovers
Raise your hand if you know what shape your face is (and, subsequently, what kind of haircut or makeup you should wear.) If your hand remains firmly planted by your side, you're not alone. Many beauty articles promise the "best haircut for your face shape" or pledge that "your heart-shaped face will look best with such and such eyebrow arch," which all sounds really encouraging -- until you realize that you haven't the foggiest idea of whether your face is a heart or a square or even a hexagon for that matter. Figure it out
Award shows like the Golden Globes give all us normal, non-famous people the glorious advantage of spectatorship. We get to sit back in the comfort of our couches, cheese puffs in hand, and mock, obsess-over, scoff at, laugh at, love, or hate the hairstyles, makeup looks and dresses parading down the always fabulous red carpet. What's more fun than that? See hairstyles
Haven't we all heard that sometimes to fix a problem, you just need to throw a little money at it? Well, for most of us gals, this isn't always an option, but for celebrities it's practically how they do (beauty) business. See transformation
Most women are constantly looking for new hairstyles -- whether it's to reinvent the way they look or for a special occasion. Each person is different, and choosing the right hairstyles to fit them will depend on the person's face shape, hair texture, and the occasion. If you're planning to spend the day at the mall or hang out at your friend's place watching movies, then you'll want to choose hairstyles which are relaxed and casual, and easy to maintain. On the other hand, occasions like weddings or prom demand more elaborate hairstyles, like beautiful updos that are elegant and complement your dress and accessories.
The right hairstyles can accentuate your best facial features while downplaying any flaws, redefining the way you look. The shape of your face can help determine the kind of hairstyles that will suit you best. For instance, if you have a round face, you might consider wearing your hair long to minimize the width of your face. However, if you have a longer face, you'll look great in hairstyles that are short with sweeping bangs which will give a wider appearance to your face.
To choose a cut that will best suit your style, look at pictures of other women who have similar faces and features to you, and who also have hairstyles that you like. More importantly, choose hairstyles that will help you feel comfortable, even if you're not conforming to all the rules.
With step-by-step instructional videos and articles on hairstyles at Total Beauty, you'll get expert advice and plenty of tips on hairstyles that are easy to create. You'll have lots of new hairstyles to discover each week, so you can create the look you want whenever you chose.
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