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Style By Jury: Nick Lachey’s New Cropped Haircut

What Do You Think About Nick Lachey's New Cropped Haircut?

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Get Jessica Biel’s Soft Waves At Home

Jessica Biel‘s hair and makeup looked relaxed but lovely at Thursday night’s premiere of “The A-Team” in Hollywood. Her soft waves are super easy to replicate at home, especially since celebrity stylist Mara Roszak, who worked on Jessica’s hair, gave us instructions. On damp hair, apply TRESemmé 24 Hour Body Foaming Mousse all over, especially on the roots. Part your hair in the center, then blow it dry using a round brush, setting the top in large pin curls at random (this adds some nice body on the top). Once the hair is dry, take out the pin curls and spritz TRESemmé Naturals Finishing Spray all over, then wrap the hair in a loose bun and let it set for 10 minutes. Unpin the bun, shake your head, and voilà, your hair will look delightfully tousled. Keep reading »

Would You Rather … Be All Gray By 30 Or Slowly Bald?

Welcome to “Would You Rather,” a game in which we concoct hypothetical style dilemmas and ask you to choose which option’s worse.

Would you rather … have a completely gray mane by the age of 30 or slowly lose your hair so that you’re bald by 60? To consider: gray hair is kind of in. And Natalie Portman managed to rock a bald look. On the other hand, with silver hair you may be mistaken for a senior citizen. Bald, you’ll just get sympathy. Keep reading »

Do You Like Katherine Heigl As A Brunette Or A Blonde?

Katherine Heigl has been sporting dark brown, almost black hair for most of the year. But recently, she lopped off several inches and switched things up to a curly bob for the “Killers” premiere. Her blond hair fit the Hollywood sweetheart role so well; it’s no wonder she’s said some off-the-wall things about her career — Katherine’s riding the rebellion train through Hollywood, even though she’s sticking with mediocre terrible rom-coms. But enough about her career, let’s get back to the hair. Do you like Katherine as a brunette or a blonde? Keep reading »

Did A Home Hair-Dyeing Disaster Cost Megan Fox Her “Transformers 3″ Role?

Hair is a big deal in Hollywood, and if we listen to the rumors on RadarOnline.com, Megan Fox may have lost her role in “Transformers 3” due to a home hair-coloring mishap. Megan supposedly tried to dye her hair black the day before meeting with Paramount studio execs. Her locks apparently looked so bad that they sent her to Sally Hershberger’s Los Angeles salon, where five people worked on Megan’s hair after opening the salon especially for her. “It cost the studio thousands of dollars to transform her black hair to minky brown,” said a source. “In Hollywood, a box hair color can ruin a career.” This seems a bit harsh and dramatic to us, considering that hair colors and styles aren’t too difficult to change, but that’s Hollywood for ya! Have you ever had a disastrous at-home hair-coloring experience? [RadarOnline.com] Keep reading »

Quickies: Eek! Cynthia Nixon Has Hair Extensions & The Hot Men Of “Sex And The City”

  • What’s up with Cynthia Nixon‘s hair extensions? [Dlisted]
  • The “Lost” DVD set will include bonus material about Hurley and Ben’s island adventures. [MTV]
  • This angry mom reacting to the “American Idol” winner results should be pissed at whoever recorded and posted this video instead. [BuzzFeed]

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Vogue Italy Predicts Crazy Hair Color Trends

As far as eye-catching goes, this hair editorial from the May issue of Vogue Italy is that and then some. These knock-off-your-socks hair colors modeled by Sasha Pivovarova, styled by Sam McKnight, and photographed by Emma Summerton include Flame, Lavender, and Pink. Seen here: a hint of bubble gum. We’ve see some of these hair trends out and about already — take, for example, women dyeing their hair gray on purpose, rather than hiding it. Surely, for locks this extreme, we’d recommend not trying this at home and letting your hairstylist handle your maxi-makeover. For hair-on-fire and grandma-violet, check out the rest after the jump. Keep reading »

Genius: A Product To Fight Humidity Hair

Summer is a favorite season in the beauty category (shimmery self-tanner, anyone?) but also one of the most problematic. When it comes to vacation hair, the beauty books seem to have it down: go for that beachy surfer girl thing. But what about dealing with the elements day-to-day? We’re talking humidity hair, that particularly unflattering style that happens somewhere in between your home bathroom and office. For those who have summer styling problems, look to Oribe’s Impermeable Anti-Humidity Spray, formulated to combat this very issue. The “Miami-tested” product “shields hair from frizz on the sultriest of days (and nights), protecting sleek blowouts and perfect curls alike,” so it’s useful for curly and straight-haired girls alike. The perfect aid for helping you attain that “put-together” look (even when beneath it all, you’re sweating like a pig), this Oribe spray is the type of beauty product that might just keep you sane this summer. [$38, Barneys New York] Keep reading »

Try This New Home Hair Dye Technique

Do you dye your hair at home? If so, this inventive technique from U.K. hair empire Toni & Guy may interest you. It’s one of the easiest-sounding strategies we’ve heard in a long time. All you have to do is braid your hair and paint dye over it, which, reports British Vogue, is “ideal for the time-poor, Interlacing [as the technique is called] aims to give hair a subtle lift of grungy color minus the long-haul wait associated with traditional techniques.”
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Get Out Of That Boring Summer Ponytail Rut

Every Monday night while watching “Gossip Girl,” I gush over Blake Lively‘s endless blond locks, which are certainly unattainable without the assistance of a few extensions. However, one achievable hairdo from the flaxen-haired actress is her braided ponytail from the Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Gala. With summer’s impending humidity, we’ve been on the hunt for any cute way to lift hair off the shoulders and neck to keep cool despite the 90+ degrees, because the go-to ponytail will quickly become pretty boring. In an effort to diversify your hairstyle, attempt the braided pony like Blake. Celebrity hairstylist Ted Gibson provides a great how-to video so early morning hair struggles will become a thing of the past. [Stylelist] Keep reading »

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