Hair & hairstyles.

5 rock-chic hairstyles to try this weekend

While we’re clearly not all born to become rock-stars and we might not even be ready to build an entire wardrobe based on the neo-grunge trend, there are days when we do like to borrow some of the toughness and edginess defining these cool styles. Either it’s for a girls night out, a super fun party or a day spent out and about, the fall…

How to: the textured side part for autumn

As the warm summer breeze rapidly morphs into autumn’s crisp air in the northern hemisphere, the side part hairstyle gets a subtle makeover, as to better complement the feel of the new season. Marking one of the most distinguished fall 2013 hair trends, the deep side part forgets all about the sleek, focusing on texture from the crown and polished ends instead. Fearless but effortless-looking,…

How to Prada’s youthful side part hairstyle

Simple goes a long way in this hairstyle we saw on the Prada spring / summer 2014 show at Milan Fashion Week. The modern youthful glow is one that anyone can easily pull off. Guido Palau created this hairstyle which – despite being simple and straight to the point – still looks stunning. He describes this hairstyle as “true Prada hair, in that the style…

Models after Emporio Armani: the look of a thousand hairpins

I have a confession to make. I have no idea what you’d call this hairstyle. Someone with incredible hair knowledge can perhaps fill me in, but in the meantime these intricately coiled pins sported on the Emporio Armani spring 2014 runway will continue to give me vision of vintage dolls. And make me wonder just how many hair pins were used in the creation of…

How to: Marc by Marc Jacobs’ evening rock chic hairstyle

There’s just something about rock n’ roll. Whether it’s the attitude, the edgy vibe or the ease in pulling it off, rock n’ roll hairstyles are one of the most sought after and most fashionable out there. Guido Palau knows hair and he knows how to make hair go rock n’ roll. For the Marc by Marc Jacobs show, Redken’s Creative Consultant created a rock…

How to: Diesel Black Gold’s sporty french braid

Hairstyles come and go, but braids are rarely far off the radar. Variations on the braid made their way into the list of 2013 hairstyles, with the spring 2014 shows carrying on the trend. The longevity of the braid can be attributed to the fact that it’s very accessible to women all over the world. Its flexibility gives us room to be creative and it…

How to: the slick futuristic ponytail

Inspiration comes in many different forms. For Nanette Lepore’s fall 2013 show, a trip to mars was all the inspiration needed to create a gorgeous hair and beauty look, after all, a little sci-fi goes a long way. John Pecis of Bumble and Bumble took note of the wet look hair trend of this year and incorporated it into a ponytail, the result is this…

5 hairstyles to wear with a sporty luxe outfit: video roundup

With the sports luxe trend slowly morphing into one of fall’s biggest fashion stories, working the trend head to toe becomes somehow mandatory. If the tailored track pants and the slouchy woven t-shirts already found their way to your wardrobe, it is time to start aligning the rest of the details, hairstyles included. For this week’s roundup of hair video tutorials, we take a look…

How to: tousled short hair for men

The “out of bed / I don’t care” look doesn’t need much pitching: it’s got an inherent cool factor that’s both attractive and laid back. Spotted at the Fendi men’s spring 2014 show was this this tousled men’s hairstyle that you can easily incorporate into your hairstyle arsenal. What’s really great about this is that you don’t have to have a specific haircut to work…

How to: the effortless, textured low pony

As true a staple of fall 2013 hair trends as it was in spring, the low ponytail can really do no wrong. Effortless, easy, versatile, there are numerous ways to do one. At the Victoria Beckham fall 2013 show, Redken’s Guido created a contrastingly tousled hairstyle to add dimension to the tailored clothing. “This style is meant to look very easy, almost accidental, but note…

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