This feminine and romantic braid will look amazing paired with your favorite summer dress. It might take a little bit of practice, but we promise it's totally worth it.
This look is simplicity at its best.
Once you have mastered the fishtail braid, it's time to step up your game and give the French fishtail braid a go!
Try this edgy NYFW-inspired hairstyle for your next girl's night out!
Even the best retro looks could use an upgrade every once in a while, which is why we created this easy-to-follow tutorial. These finger waves and pin curls are perfect for the woman who wants a classic style without looking out-of-date.
If you can't be bothered to spend your mornings curling, drying, or straightening, you're going to love spring's best hairstyles! The Victoria Beckham, Marc by Marc Jacobs, Alexander Wang, and Rag + Bone runway presentations all showcased models with easy-to-achieve updos and wet-looking hair, signaling that our beauty regimens will be a breeze come spring. Since we're huge fans of anything that makes on-the-go beauty trendy, we're already looking forward to next season. Just don't mistake the wash-and-go aesthetic for "unkempt" The hairstyles, courtesy of Guido Palau, Redken's Chief Creative Consultant, are easy, yet sleek and sophisticated without being too "done." Check out these styles, as well as Guido's tips for using Redken products to recreate them at home.
We went backstage at the KAELEN and Tadashi runway presentations at New York Fashion Week, where both collections were accompanied by easy updos that are fresh takes on a classic low bun.
At New York Fashion Week, straight hair was all over the runways--whether long and loose, teased and wild, or put back in a pretty ponytail. These styles show how long, straight hair can be anything but boring, and how easy it is to a get sleek styles at home. Check out how celeb stylists from Redken, Oribe, and TIGI got the look at five different runway shows.
Add length and va-va-volume with hair extensions. Celebrity stylist Ken Paves shows you how.
Trimming your bangs at home may seem like a daunting task, but we rounded up tips from a Los Angeles hair stylist – yes, a professional willing to teach you how to avoid a salon visit – on how to cut your own bangs. So, save yourself some money and a trip to the salon by following these techniques that work for all hair types.