Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Do You Like The New Bob Hairstyle?

The traditional bob hairstyle is a short and sleek hair cut that gracefully covers the ears and reaches somewhere between the chin and the shoulders. With the changing trend the basic cut remained the same but various changes started adorning this beautiful haircut. This kind is most suitable for round face as it gives a sleek and longer appeal to the facial structure. Long bobs are cut into form of layers in a subtle way and are best suited to round or oval facial structures.
Hairs are evenly cut at an angle leaving some portion of the hairs longer at the front. These two types are give an elegant and chic look with any kind of dress at any place and at any occasion. Spiky bob hair cuts are cut extremely short at the back and long at the sides with texture. Mod bobs are hair cuts with texture that are accented with heavy bangs.

Well, brand new bob hairstyles possess gone beyond the old conventional bob hairstyles. If you have not colored your own hair and have retained your own natural hair color, you'll be able to consider opting for some hair color ideas like adding illustrates to your hair, which fit your eye color or complexion. Always remember that hair grows with time given the right "climate".? Make sure you have the right thinking pattern concerning hair growth.

It has been adapted and modified, but every now and then a famous actress will give the classic bob hair style new life. A bob style focuses the eyes on the center of the face. This works to great effect for most famous people, Get a medium-length inverted bob first. If you like the look and nothing really jumps out at you in the mirror, you should be good to take a deeper plunge and get a shorter bob style on the next visit to your favorite salon.

Tuesday, January 6, 2015

15 Glamorous Wedding Updos for 2015

It’s wedding season now! If you’re looking for a timeless wedding hair style then nothing less than a classic updo will suffice.

Everyone want to be perfect on the big day! And find a great wedding hairstyle is important. There are so many hair styles that you can choose from depending on your taste and personality. Whether you’re hosting a dramatic winter wedding or a casual, simple summer ceremony, the updo is any brides’ fast track route to instant glamour! The wedding updo is an elegant look and there are many styles that you can try. An updo looks classic and timeless and you can also secure a veil easily or decorate your hair with flowers, ribbons or glittery pins. Here we will discuss different hair updos for weddings.

Here are some pictures of the wedding updos, if you are looking for the perfect hairstyle for wedding, you should not miss these glamorous updos which are perfect for wedding.
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Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Could Dyeing My Hair Purple Make Me Uncool?

Amanda FitzSimons was not a purple-hair kind of girl. But after seeing her window to try the dip-dye trend closing, she decided to hit the bottle.
A scarring snapshot from my developmental years: I'm 13 and on a family trip to Bermuda, where, despite a crippling fear of heights, I've been talked into climbing a giant rock in the middle of the ocean. My family and friends spend about 30 seconds at the top before throwing themselves off the craggy edge, down some 15 feet into the turquoise abyss. I, on the other hand, spend about 30 minutes yelling at my parents, who are waiting below with waterproof cameras in a glass-bottom boat. Only after I realize that climbing down is the more harrowing exit strategy (serious rock puncture wounds), I double cross my fingers and take the plunge.
You don't need Freud to analyze this scene—I'm not a big risk taker. My clothing choices could make a Sicilian widow look flamboyant; at the nail salon, I head straight for Essie Ballet Slippers (if I'm feeling crazy, it's the next-to-nude Limo-Scene); I have but two piercings—one in each of my ears; I have had basically the same shade of butterscotch highlights to liven up my natural dishwater-brown hair since seventh grade. It's an overall look I try to pass off as "urban minimalist" or "understated chic," though if I'm being completely honest, it stems less from an adoration of the pared-down and more from a deep-seated fear of stepping outside the box. So, needless to say, it was a BFD for me when I walked into a salon recently and came out with lavender dip-dyed hair. (A complete history of the adventurous things I'd done to my hair up until this point: I once got bangs.…)

To be clear, I'm aware this move is no longer a very big deal to the rest of the world. Gauls and Saxons tinted their hair red, orange, and blue before battle; the style reemerged in New York City's '70s punk scene, where rebellious youths gave the ends of their strands an edge using Kool-Aid. And in the past few years, ROYGBIV hair color, especially in the entry-level form of dip-dye (so named because just the ends are dipped into the color), has broadened its base from angsty Manic Panic–wielding teens to include women well into their twenties (not to mention thirties) who might be fashionable, though not necessarily alternative. Google image search "celebrity" and "dip-dye" and results will return Nicki Minaj, Katy Perry, and Kesha, yes, but also Drew Barrymore, Diane Kruger, and Kate Bosworth. It was Rachel McAdams' kicky pink strands way back at the 2007 SAG awards that first made me wonder if I should try it, but I never had the courage to take the plunge, until two things happened within the span of a week: I realized I had six months left until my thirtieth birthday (an impending milestone that has caused me to do all sorts of out-of-character things), and I came across an ad that featured a woman with wild cobalt-streaked hair driving a sensible sedan. The tagline: "Yes, there are still people with blue hair who drive a Buick." If Big Auto was onto the trend, I reasoned, it didn't have much of a shelf life left. I better act now.
"Whenever a trend comes out, there are always the early adopters and the second wave of people who were too nervous to do it the first time," says L.A.-based colorist Kristin Ess, the genius behind Ess is responsible for Lauren Conrad's chameleon-dipped strands: fuchsia, a cotton candy–colored mélange, and something she calls "porange" (a blushy blend of pink and orange). Ess's point about early adopters is well taken—after all, it was roughly three years ago that crop tops first made it down the runway at Prada. But today that look is still cool, though our collective eye has adjusted to the silhouette. I like to think my dip-dye will be received much the same way—perhaps not visionary, but still somewhat fresh.
I report to Roxie, a colorist specializing in rainbow hues, at Hairstory Studio, a salon opened by Bumble and bumble founder Michael Gordon in Manhattan's Financial District, and the perfect place for someone with my kind of hair baggage: One of the styling rooms even comes with a therapist-office-esque chaise. Turns out that's not for me, it's for Roxie, who reclines on the daybed and informs me that she's concerned I may have missed the boat. "Three years ago, everyone was asking for dip-dye. First it was the artists, then it was the creative people with money, now it's schoolteachers." Still, she books me an appointment a week later for, as she puts it, a "translucent, minty-green blue"—a color that we think will cancel out some of the ruddiness in my skin, complement my light-colored eyes, and pay tribute to my astrological sign (Pisces).
Because I am a second- (or third-?) waver, Roxie plans to update "the My Little Pony thing" that was popular when the look hit critical mass in 2011 by reducing the contrast between my tips and my ends and gingerly painting the color on, bit by bit.
Gingerly indeed. A warning to anyone contemplating dip-dye who assumes the process will take less time than regular highlights because, you know, it's only the tips: This is an all-day affair—I arrived at 10 A.M. and didn't leave until close to 5 P.M. Roxie first has my hair cut to get rid of some volume so that "the color can really pop"; she then dyes my natural roots a darker brown to create more contrast, and only after that does she ready my tips with bleach. It's about five hours into the process (and three quarters of the way through Roxie's life story) before I actually see a bottle of anything resembling a wacky color. (She makes a game-time decision to swap out the blue for a dusty lavender that she promises will be even more flattering.)
When I leave, I anticipate double takes—I am, after all, a woman with purple hair. Yet, I'm surprised and frankly a little disappointed when most people are underwhelmed. "I can't see it," says a coworker when I return to my desk. I find this slightly hard to believe, but the color started subtle and then softened with every wash. Two and a half weeks later, I find myself looking into temporary solutions to keep it alive.
This was perhaps the most surprising part of the process. I hoped I at least wouldn't hate myself for doing this, but I never expected I'd want to keep it. I find I'm a little more daring when it comes to the rest of my look: One day I wear fire-engine red lipstick to work, out of the blue. Not particularly groundbreaking, but a big step for someone who typically goes barefaced. I get an e-mail from Ess. "Did you end up doing it? I want to see a picture." I send her a selfie taken at my desk. A few minutes later she writes back: "It looks so good. Subtle…." And, "I love the red lipstick."

Photo: Paul Physioc

Thursday, November 13, 2014

Hailee Steinfeld Debuts Shoulder-Length Cut on the Red Carpet: See Her New Hairstyle

Hailee Steinfeld at the screening for "The Homesman" on Nov. 11, 2014.
Hailee Steinfeld trimmed her long hair and debuted a shoulder-length hairstyle at The Homesman premiere in Hollywood on Tuesday, Nov. 11 Credit: Steve Granitz/; Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images
Big chop alert!
Hailee Steinfeld debuted a much shorter hairstyle on the red carpet at The Homesman premiere on Tuesday, Nov. 11, in Hollywood.
The Oscar-nominated actress, 17, looked like she had grown up overnight in the new shoulder-length hairstyle with loose waves. Celebrity hair magician Mara Roszak took credit for the mature look on her Instagram page, writing: “This beauty #chopchop.”
Prior to the change, which included long side bangs, the True Grit actress rocked her brown hair in a long style with a center part. “I’m pretty natural [when it comes to hair care], actually,” she told in 2012. “I’m very fortunate, I’ve got a really great wave. I normally just kind of get out of the shower and throw it up in a bun.”
Hailee Steinfeld debuted a shoulder-length hairstyle on the red carpet.
Hailee Steinfeld debuted a shoulder-length hairstyle on the red carpet.
Credit: Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images
Steinfeld’s red carpet attire was just as dazzling as her new ‘do. Opting for a dainty ensemble, the star wore a purple Monique Lhuillier tea-length dress with a blooming brocade pattern on the bottom half. She carried a shiny clutch bag and wore nude strappy sandals.

Monday, January 7, 2013

The Latest Hairstyle Trends For Women

The hair trend keeps on changing very fast. So you need to update yourself with all the latest hairstyle trends to look trendy and beautiful. There are different types of hairstyles that can be made depending upon the texture and length of the hair. But which one to choose out of the available options depends upon you.

To decide on it,you can keep in mind the occasion for which you want to make a hairstyle and the type of your hair and face cut as all hairstyles does not suit all face cuts.Some of the latest hairstyles for women with long hair are discussed here.

Wavy Scrunch

The hair are tied up in a wavy form and they will give a perfect look. The dark chocolaty color is the best hair color to use when hair has to be arranged in a wavy form. Pull all your hair at the back to get an amazing look.


This is the most preferred hairstyle for winters. The curls are tight and are coiled to create a ring like shape. These ringlets fall across the face. The ombre color can be used in winter and the fades used in this color set the perfect trend of contrast in hair color.

Party Low Bun

If you have to attend a formal occasion then making a low bun is the best option. This low bun gives a simple yet sophisticated look. Caramel highlights can be used to give remaining hair a multi-dimensional look which is the latest trend in hairstyles.

Swirling curls

Making curls all over hair with minor twists will give a new look to your face. This hairstyle can be used by both short hair and long hair people. The curls can be highlighted by coloring the edges of the hair or between different curls.

Guess model Hairstyle

This hairstyle is used by the model of the Guess so it is named as Guess Model. In this hairstyle, bangs that created are made with voluminous curls at the lower hair and a crown is created at the forehead with hair to give a perfect hairdo.

Perfect Layers Straight long hair is not so attractive than the layered hair. So give a good shape to your hair and go for layering. The layering can be done in three-step, four steps or five steps .The face can be framed by making short bangs on the front side with a beautiful blowout to increase the beauty of layer on your hair.

Sleek Styled hair

Keep your hair in sleek form if possible. All you need to do is get your hair straightened and make long bangs that blend with other layers thus giving a perfect frame to your face.

Flipped Out

In flipped out hairstyle,string bold highlights are used. All the short layers of the hair are known as bangs and they are blended with long hair.You can use different hair color on short and long hair and merging both hair will give a nice contrast.You need to use a curling iron at the edges of the hair. Then all hair are pushed at the front side.