You Hair’d It Here_ How To Create BCBG Max Azria’s Bed-Head Hair:
Part your hair in the center with a slight zigzag for a casual feel. This adds to the messiness of the whole hairstyle.
Use a thickening spray to prep the hair and the using a flat brush, blow dry the hair to create a full looking hair.
Once you are done blow drying the hair, add a styling wax on specific pieces of hair and sprinkle it with hair powder to get the messy bed head texture.
Split the hair into sections and set it using pin curls. Let it set for 30 minutes before you loosen up the pins and let the hair fall loose around the face.
Now you have that sexy rock n roll bed head hair!
You Hair’d It Here_ How To Create Marc Jacob’s Slept-In Sixties Hair:
Start working on this look by prepping damp hair with some volumizing spray. This will give that sixties volume you will need.
To get the sleek ponytail that’s at the back of this look, you’ll next need to blow dry your hair straight.
Create a deep side part. The one for this look is done on the left and it really doesn’t have to be a clean part.
Now it’s time to get that ’60s volumized look. For the Marc Jacobs show Redken’s quick tease 15 was used. If you are using this, hold up sections of your hair up straight and then spray it on the roots. Continue holding it up as it dries and just let it fall. Do this all over for a really volumized look. In the absence of tease spray, you can always go back to classic teasing.
Gather all your hair into a low ponytail but make sure you leave some height on top for that bouffant look.
For an extra matte finish, you can dust some mattifying powder like Redken’s powder refresh 01.
Finish the look off by pulling a few wisps out of your ponytail. This will add to that slept in look.
This look is perfect for day and night, casual or a bit formal. It is a hairstyle everyone should try and it will surely add extra “chic” to any ensemble.
You Hair’d it Here_ How to create Versace’s Runway hair (via Fashionising.com)
Wash your hair as you normally would and let hair air dry for a while. You can use a big tooth comb to rid your hair of tangles.
On damp hair, apply some volumizing spray to create volume on your hair. For the Versace show Redken guts 10 volume spray foam was used.Wash your hair as you normally would and let hair air dry for a while. You can use a big tooth comb to rid your hair of tangles.
Rough blow dry your hair using your fingers. You can also scrunch it up as your dry it for more texture.
Now it’s time to set your hair and this is very easy. All you have to do is to gather all your hair and twist it into a bun. To add extra texture, spritz on some dry shampoo like Redken powder fresh 01 on the bun.
Take your hair out of the bun and then dust on some mattifying hair powder like Redken Powder grip 03. Do this from roots to end to realy get that matte effect.
This look is perfect to wear for a fine summer’s day or a day out on the beach. It’s a very natural and effortless hairstyle that will look good on practically anyone.
Weekend Inspiration_ Braided Hair To Die For
Star Sighting_ this pic of Kirstin Dunst is so stunning.
There’s such beauty in the world.. take your time to appreciate it once in awhile.
#PersonalInspiration_ Sometimes I like to make these little collages for myself to remember what’s hot for the upcoming seasons or maybe what beauty look I’d like to try or even a hairstyle or outfit I want to put together in the future. Things like this help you organize your thoughts and ideas. And it’s a great way to remember your favorite things.
I love me a lavender blonde.
Be the centhair of attention with crimson hair.
The latest nail colors to hit CVS pharmacies by Nicole by O.P.I.
My personal style icon NICOLE RICHIE, natch.
The Very Best HAIRSTYLES featured on the runways of NYFW’s
1. High Buns @ Georgine
2. Corkscrew Curls @ Ruffian
3. Fabric Wrapped Hair @ Christian Cota
4. Frizzy Curls @ Gregory Parkinson
5. Jessica Hart’s Pink Streaks
6. High-Sideswept bun @ Whit
7. Spiraling French Braids @ Nonoo
8. (MY PERSONAL FAVORITE) Star Brooch @ Rodarte
Fashion’s a Killer