Let’s face it: you’re not as hot as Kate Upton is. It’s okay, neither am I – but we can all keep working on getting a little closer.
Here’s a step-by-step on how to copy Kate Upton’s hair from her cover of Marie Claire, using Unite products (bt-dubs, if you’re not on that train yet you best get there. Unite rules – and no, they don’t pay usÂ to say that): Continue reading “How To Copy Kate Upton’s Glam Hair” »
Do you dream of having long, flowing hair? You can get luscious locks in less time than you think. Skip the extensions and grow out your hair the natural way. Take a look at our best tips for speeding up the process.
Use Natural Hair Products
Your hair is only as strong the hair care products you use on it. Using wholesome nourishing natural hair products gives your hair the vitamins and minerals it needs to reach its full potential. Healthy hair grows the fastest. If youâ€™re unsure about how much or what kinds of products you should be using, check out Into the Glossâ€™s Guide to Hair Care Products.Continue reading “5 Best Tips for Growing Your Hair Out” »
Who doesn’t love being stylish for a cause? More importantly, what girl doesn’t love PINK?
Paul Mitchell has brilliantly combined these interests in their fabulous #PINKOUTLOUD campaign, a partnership with Bright Pink which focuses onÂ prevention and early-detection of breast and ovarian cancer in youngÂ women.
In support, they’ve released a bunch of fab new styling goodies including my favorite, the official Express Ion Dry+ hairdryer. Not only is it the best hairdryer I’ve ever used (hello, LCDÂ display and FIVE temp/speed settings + diffuser and cool shot), but it’s sups-adorbs and for a good cause to boot!
How can you help support this stylish and generous effort? Here are a few easy ways (2 out of 3 won’t cost you a dime either):
Capture your best pink lipstickÂ selfie, leave a mark on a lover or snap a pic of a friend blowing the world a kiss, and share theÂ images on your social channel with #PINKOUTLOUDÂ to help create social buzz and inspireÂ the women we love to be proactive and seal their long-lasting wellness with a kiss;
I LOVE being a redhead, and one of my favorite things about it is using my hair as a centerpiece in costumes. Cosplay as a redhead is quite easy – there are a multitude of characters primed and ready for gingerfied costuming.
How does this differ from our list of Halloween costume ideas for redheads? Cosplay (in my estimation) tends to favor source material from the geekiverse (particularly anime/manga and videogames),Â whereas regular costumes derive more from general knowledge.
Also, while Halloween costumes are pretty occasion-specific and often involve scary (and/or lazy) elements, cosplay can be worn to cons throughout the year and usually involves a fair amount of effort in putting the ensemble together. As such, it may benefit you to read both lists in order to get a full list of costumes together. Continue reading “Redhead Cosplay Character Ideas – 55 Of Them!” »
Beauty with an attitude
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