Whether summer is a hair-raising or hair-flattening time for you, the heat, humidity and sun can turn anyone’s bad hair day into a bad hair season.
Luckily, there are some tricks of the trade to help you rock your locks all summer long.
But you might want to alter your length based on your locale. “Depending on where you live, longer hairstyles are great for summer,” says celebrity stylist and salon owner, Billy Lowe. “This gives way to those sexy wind-blown locks that seem effortless. But in humid environments where hair may have a tendency to swell, shorter styles are often en vogue and they are easier to maintain.”
Each hair length and texture should also be treated with specific direction during the steamy summer months. Here are tips for every type. Read more… Keep reading »
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Emma Stone showed up at the “Friends With Benefits” premiere rocking a color combination that is usually avoided: red and pink. Fire engine red and bright fuchsia, to be exact. And how striking does she look? Girlfriend ispulling it off. As Ms. Stone illustrates, flouting the “rules” of color can yield awesome results, and I wish people would do it more often. Click through for four more color rules you should totally break, and join the ranks of stylish scofflaws…
Imagine you’re on the subway, preparing yourself for the day — a desk full of dreaded reports and emails ahead of you — and suddenly AHHHHHHH! Tyra Banks and her fleet of be-masked minions comes ambling toward you down the subway car. How terrifying! Ms. Tyra was doing it all in promotion of her new young adult novel, Modelland, which we can only assume is about the real life travails of being young and fabulous. But really TyTy, wait until I’ve had my coffee, please. Keep reading »