We’ve all gotta keep up with the latest hair trends. While it’s been all about color for awhile, we’d like to talk about the cut and styling changes that are slipping under the radar amid rose-gold bobs. Your hair is your crowning glory – keep it current with the chicest hair trends seen on the runway and beyond this year. Continue reading “Biggest Hairstyle Trends You Didn’t Notice in 2016” »
Side combs, in case you’re unaware (as I was), are those clips with a comb attached to them that some women may know best from their being attached to wedding veils in bridal hairstyles. But side combs are more than just veil clips – they’re also an awesome and versatile hairstyling tool.
But how do you use them, really? I got a pack to play around with and I gotta admit, at first I was confused. But here’s an easy way to start: Continue reading “How To Use Side Combs in Your Hair” »
Check out these gorgeous looks from AG Hair Cosmetics’ Architecture Uptown collection! Below are the descriptions of each style from the top left:
Happy 2014, my doves! I’m part of this super cool thing called the 2014 Blogger Challenge, where bloggers from lots of different niches are coming together to share hope, joy, encouragement and inspiration for the New Year. Since I just posted my New Year’s Beauty Resolutions, some inspirations beauty-style to go with them are in order!
Nailspiration – I committed to prettier nails in 2014, and I’d love to go for the gusto with a feminine floral design like this one.
A full ballet-style bun is a perfect hairstyle for nearly any occasion – prom, your wedding or just a weekend shopping trip. Plus, the basic bun is way easier than you think to make. Here’s how to style it yourself so you get a full, thick ballerina bun:
1. Pull your dry hair back into a ponytail positioned wherever you’d like the base of the bun to fall. (This is where you get to play – you can go as low as the nape of your neck or, my favorite, pull it straight up out of the top of your head and get a big poofy ball up there like the girl in the pic above.) Use a little Frizz-Ease or Garnier Sleek n’ Shine to tame flyaways; this look is sleek.