After taking a look at some of the hair trends that dominated S/S 17′s Paris Fashion Week, we couldn’t help but to fall for Alexander McQueen’s witchy textured ponytails. This undone textured pony paired perfectly with the Medieval English theme of the collection.
Mega Sexy Volume. It’s something we’re all after. It’s practically a trademark to every beauty on the front cover of magazines and Hollywood starlets. The crucial nuances behind this look that every woman wants and every man wants to touch is softness, shine, body and most importantly a tousled quality that is just a little lived-in and a lot of sexy. Lucky for you and I, you don’t even need to head to the salon to create the volume and body we all want. Simply click through the notes and follow the steps. Your hair will be the envy of all your friends. –– Michelle RotbartClick for StyleNotes →
We tend to think about hair color in simple terms: single process, highlights, lowlights. But this basic terminology doesn’t cover the potential effects that color can create or the reasons we want dimension. Singing more than one color can emphasize texture in a cut, add shine, make hair look fuller or sleeker. The streaks of copper running through this rich brunette aren’t just about lightening, they create a glow that makes hair and skin appear luminous. Get the formula and tips on application in the style notes. –– Laura Martin Click for StyleNotes →
I have a love/hate relationship with bangs. When I have them, I get annoyed with them; when I grow them out, I miss them. Bangs can do so many great things: hide forehead wrinkles, draw attention to your eyes, make your hair look thicker. But they require a lot of maintenance, and when they decide not to cooperate they can be extremely frustrating. I’m currently overdue for a trim and my bangs have grown out just enough that I was toying with the idea of ditching them, until I saw this stunning fringe on Mulligan. I’ve got an appointment in a week and I’m bringing this picture. Why am I so obsessed? Click the notes to find out. –– Laura MartinClick for StyleNotes →