“A braid is flattering on everyone, and can work for a day at the office, a night out, or your favorite music festival,” says Dove celebrity stylist, Mark Townsend. “Added bonus: your hair will have great texture when you take the braid out!” Personally I love it as a versatile gym look.
It’s not often that we see a truly unique look on a runway these days (putting aside clownish, over-the-top beauty and hair styles that no one would wear in real life). Public School managed to show one that was fresh, easy to re-create and versatile enough to wear day to night.
Walk into Mark Garrison’s namesake Manhattan salon and you just might see one of his many celebrity clients, which include Scarlett Johansson, Ashley Judd and Sandra Bullock. The affable hair expert clearly knows a thing or two about styling-discerning clients.
Other than stocking up on sunscreen and flats, the only other thing to do for summer is get a really great haircut, right? This is the most popular time of year to get a cut for obvious reasons. For the greatest summer look, I asked celebrity stylist Michael Dueñas…
Laying out in the sun with my hair under by a hat seemed like no big deal…after all, I always use heat protecting spray when it’s sunny out. Unfortunately, my eyebrows weren’t protected – not by shade, not by a hat, and not by a spray.
I have a ridiculous obsession with my long hair, as anyone with long hair does since maintaining it requires a serious commitment…
Textured hair was a big trend in Milan and it made for some very interesting looks. Here’s a peek at some of the most memorable runway hair looks.
Kyly White is one of the best in the biz when it comes to hair color. He has been singled out in New York Magazine’s “Best of” issue multiple times, and has been featured in ELLE, Vogue, In Style, The New York Times, Allure, Glamour, Marie Claire, Cosmopolitan, Self, and countless other glossies – he’s even appeared on Oprah.