Big, messy braids were all over the NYFW runway this year; so much so that they spilled over into music festivals, street style, and even casual weddings! While getting the perfect messy braid is often easier said than done, this voluminous mermaid braid is the exception to the rule.
Add a personal twist to the low ponytail trend with an infinity braid. The look is fresh, easy, and totally boho-chic. Plus, you need only a small elastic to keep your mane in check. This summer, skip the old hair ties and give this braid a try.
If you've mastered the French, Dutch, and fishtail braids, the four-strand braid should be the next on your list. It may look complicated, but it's not as hard as it appears. Whether you practice on a friend or on yourself, this cool plait is worth the extra effort.
Give short hair a boost and make it look fuller with this quick and easy ponytail tutorial for short-haired gals.
You've seen a French braid. You've seen a Dutch braid. And you've probably seen a French fishtail braid. But have you seen a Dutch fishtail braid? Make a couple of changes to your regular French fishtail, and turn that braid inside out!
This look is simplicity at its best.
Looking to jazz up your three-strand braid? This is the tutorial for you. Don't worry; while a pull-through with a stacked braid may look super-complicated, it has only a few more steps than a typical pull-through ponytail. Plus, the results are absolutely stunning.
Even if you aren't the biggest fan of licorice candy, you will love this adorable twist on the classic rope braid. The licorice braid is perfect for the days when you don't have much time but still want a fun hair look.
Once you have mastered the fishtail braid, it's time to step up your game and give the French fishtail braid a go!
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.
Ditch the blow dryer, the curling iron and the straightener with these fab no-heat hair styles. Not only will you save tons of time getting ready, but skipping the heat will also keep your hair healthier and shinier in the long run. So, show your locks some love, and give these 11 hairdos a try.
New York Fashion Week may be over (for now), but we're still dreaming about these looks. Follow these step-by-step tutorials from the pros and recreate these couture looks from home.
Add length and va-va-volume with hair extensions. Celebrity stylist Ken Paves shows you how.
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.