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Roots: Working With Your Regrowth

 If you color your hair you are very familiar with the constant problem of having to retouch regrowth. I am way too familiar with roots. I hate having to get my retouch done and I am just waiting for the day they invent a blonde pill so this seemingly endless cycle of lightening will stop. However, until that day comes having a few ways to work with your roots is always good. Click the notes for more. –– Kelly Rowe

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There’s something sexy about fishtail braids. It is one of those twines where the imperfections create bedroom-hair appeal. But braids can be difficult to do, especially when trying to DIY. Typically, self-braiding looks great at the start but as soon as you lose sight of it in the mirror, the whole thing falls apart. You start losing pieces, forgetting which side goes next, and so on. Fishtails, however, are relatively easy to do, making them a great place to start practicing your technique. The key is to remember that braids don’t need to be perfect –– the messier the hotter, the looser the better, and if it’s off-center, perfect, because these braids look great when they’re swung to the side. For my essential fishtail braiding tips, click style notes. –– Kelly Rowe 

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One clever, modern interpretation of a hair tie is to create one out of hair strands. It is trendy and stylish, has earthy and organic aesthetic qualities, doesn’t damage the cuticle like a rubber band can, and it’s simple and easy to do. For inspiration of different ways to wear it, use these images; in realization, use the technique to secure all kinds of ponytails, twists and buns.. For our tips, click style notes.

Step 1: Smoothness and polish can make these looks stand out. To get similar qualities, maximize smoothness with detangling foam. Apply to damp hair and comb through from ends to roots to untangle any knotty bits.

Step 2: When making ponies gather hair together, making a nice, thick tail. Separate a good-sized strand off of the main pony. Wind it around the pony until pony is secure and tie together.

Step 3: Tousle the shape of the pony by creating texture with a curling iron. Pull out a few hair strands on the inside of each ear for a looser feel. Or wrap into a twist or bun for a different finish.

Healthy hair starts from a healthy diet, but at times it’s difficult to know what foods contain the best ingredients. Luckily, there is an expert. Celebrity Nutritionist and Beauty Detox Specialist Kimberly Snyder is a New York Times Best Selling author, and health guru to Fergie and Drew Barrymore. In partnership with, Kimberly showed us a yummy Caesar Salad recipe with ingredients that she guarantees will help lengthen our locks. We can’t turn our knife and fork up at that; watch her insightful and fun video below…