As someone with curly hair, I know first-hand how difficult it can be to keep my curls soft, smooth, and frizz-free. I'm always on the hunt for new products that will make styling my mane easier, and I've been pleasantly surprised to see an uptick in products specifically formulated for curly hair recently. Here are the new launches I'm most excited about. Your curls will thank me!
Anyone who has tried to get rid of a blemish that has appeared overnight knows that great skin requires diligence and patience. Sure, some women won the genetic lottery and can get away with nothing more than washing their face to maintain a glowing complexion... but alas, we can't all be so lucky.
Yes, we've got bigger things to worry about... but you know what? It's still okay if you're a little bit concerned about what you're going to do about your hair while you're practicing social distancing.
Edward Tricomi, co-founder and celebrity hairstylist at the world-famous Warren-Tricomi Salons, has been styling the likes of Mick Jagger and Scarlett Johansson for decades. Not to mention that he has worked with icons like Coco Chanel, Salvador Dalí and even Freddie Mercury. In his late 60s, Tricomi still has an enviable mane, so when he recommends products you better believe that we listen.
Whether you're just looking for change because you're doing a bit of a personal makeover, or you're in that "they dumped me so now I'm going to change my hair" phase... or even if you just wanna look like Dakota Johnson, you've got a few things to think about before you make the big decision to get bangs.
No matter what your hair type, the need for dry shampoo is universal. Whether you're just finishing up a workout, or you're simply too lazy to make today a wash day, dry shampoo is a must. While dry shampoo sprays are truly a staple for all, dry shampoo foams are quickly taking the beauty industry by storm.
What were some of your favorite beauty looks from the night? There was so much excellence to choose from, from Saoirse Ronan's new bangs (!), to Olivia Colman's new blonde hair (!!). Keep on clicking to see all the best hair and makeup looks from the 2020 Oscars!
It's the roaring 20s again. But instead of getting out our flapper dressers and sneaking into speakeasies, let's rock some bold hair choices (... and still go to speakeasies, because, hey, they're trendy now!) Burbank-based hairdresser, and color expert, Danielle Badger weighs in on her predictions for the top hair color must-dyes of 2020, and shared some helpful tips on how to best care for colorful locks.
They're quick and chic — and they're everywhere right now. We're talking about the twisted bun (aka a close relative of the lazy girl staple, the "messy bun"), of course. It's such an easy 'do to pull off and there are so many ways to style the look, from looser #wokeuplikethis versions, to sleek ballerina buns. Keep reading for some serious twisted bun inspo, pulled straight from street style aficionados, as well as the runway itself.
For anyone who once dreamed of sitting on the steps of the Met with Blair Waldorf and crew, the recent hair accessory renaissance — with a special emphasis on headbands, of course — is a true boon. And heck, it goes beyond "Gossip Girl," too: From pearl-embellished beauties, to boho-esque satin numbers, there's honestly something for anyone.
Yes, it's overdramatic, but pretty much everyone's cried over tangled hair at least once. It's just so frustrating; painful and difficult to get rid of. You can get knots when your hair is too dry, or right after you step out of the shower... and don't even get us started on fine hair drama!
Last year, the wellness scene exploded with CBD products, retinol (and plant-based retinol alternatives), and boutique fitness spaces that offered everything from boxing to pole dancing. While the above trends aren't going anywhere soon, we had experts weigh in on what they predict will be the biggest wellness trends for 2020. Here's to discovering new things and perhaps even pushing your boundaries by dabbling in something new.
The weather outside might be frightful... but that doesn't mean your hair has to be too. Winter can do a number on your mane, leaving your hair dry and dull and your scalp all flaky. Using a hair mask is a great way to combat all these cold-weather related hair problems. Here, we've rounded up our favorite hair masks to use this season. Add these to your routine and we predict softer, shinier hair will be in your future.
Brushing your hair right out of the shower? Applying a hair oil before you blow dry your hair? Using so much dry shampoo your scalp can no longer see the light of day? These are all common hairstyling mistakes we make that can actually wreak havoc on our already-delicate strands. We asked hairstylists to weigh in on some of the biggest hair no-nos they see clients make all the time — and trust us, they did not hold back! Heed their warning for a mane that's way healthier.
A no-nonsense approach (not to mention his model-good looks) has made Keoni Hudoba one of the most popular celebrity trainers around. As one of the chief instructors at Barry's Bootcamp, he's always on-the-move teaching sold-out group classes throughout the city and, just like his female counterparts, he wants to stay looking selfie-fresh. And wouldn't you? Kim Kardashian, Justin Timberlake, Victoria Beckham and Katie Holmes are just a few of Barry's Bootcamp's A-ilst regulars.
Bangs never go out of style. It always seems a good idea to get them, right? They can make you look classic and chic at the same time, no matter what the current trend is. But unfortunately, we can't all be like K-pop idol Lisa of Blackpink, whose bangs stay in place even when she's doing the craziest choreography: Yours get windblown and cowlicky; they don't tend to behave.