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What is it about long hair that makes a gal get a little lazy? Think about it: Do you (or your long-haired pals) have one -- maybe two -- signature hairstyles? And do both of those involve wearing your hair down and straight or down and curled? See hairstyles
The year 2012 will definitely be remembered for a few things: The devastation from Hurricane Sandy, the re-election of President Obama, and the end of TomKat. See trends
I first wanted bangs when I was 6 years old. It was the mid-80's, and my little sister had a blunt fringe that would have made Jane Birkin jealous. (She also had hair as thick and straight as heavy drapery.) I begged my mom for bangs, but she made it clear that with my round face and curly hair it would never happen. No way. Zero chance. See bangs
Pinterest is my SimCity.
It's my fantasyland where I can pin all the DIY décor of my dreams onto my "home sweet home" board -- then pretend I actually live in a house with hammocks hanging on my non-existent patio. See pictures
When it comes to dealing with frizzy hair, it seems like the only advice we ever hear is how to tame it: Use "smoothing" shampoo, flat iron your hair until it's crisp, then finish it with two cups of anti-frizz gel and a cloud of hairspray. Sound about right? See styles
I've had long hair envy for a long time. (I blame Gisele, perfect human specimen that she is.) But getting my own hair to grow longer than mid-back just isn't a possibility. Vitamins, scalp treatments, avoiding even trims -- all futile. See haircuts
When it comes to beauty trends, New York Fashion Week reigns supreme. These inspired hair and makeup looks are so stunning we're sure that you'll want to Pin them to your favorite board ASAP See photos
Do you have braid envy? Do you gaze longingly (and a little jealously) at the intricately beautiful styles everyone's wearing these days? Do you while away hours flipping through Pinterest photos, finding the most incredible styles and wishing you knew how to do them? See instructions
Yes, you can wear hair accessories beyond your hopscotch days. We'll show you how to pull off these super trendy hairstyles without looking like your niece See accessories
I have a friend with neon hair. She's 34 years old -- not 24, not 14 -- and it looks amazing. Now, I'll add that she lives in New York City, where pretty much anything goes. She also has a funky designer wardrobe and spends a lot of time in art galleries -- so the neon hair works with her personality and lifestyle. It's chic, sophisticated, and surprisingly subtle. And while I'm not suggesting every woman can pull it off, it's a lot easier than you might think. See looks
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.
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