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!
Is that pricey hair straightener really worth it? Will the drugstore one work just as well? How do we know these are the absolute best hair straighteners out there? Our editors worked with their friends at Rank & Style, which pulls tons of data from shops, blogs, and magazines and crunches the numbers with a fancy algorithm to simplify our shopping lives. No matter what your budget is, we've got the top 10 hair straighteners your hard-earned cash can buy.
Bare-faced beauty is all about letting your true radiance shine through, but with a rosier, glowier, and more even-toned version of your natural skin. You can create a fresh and flawless barely there beauty look with these eight products.
Keep your hairstyle effortlessly stylish with this gorgeous, relaxed half-up hairstyle.
Fake it till you make it.
There's nothing fishy about this hairstyle, and you will be surprised by how easy it is to learn how to fishtail braid. Check out our simple steps to rock this impressive hairstyle.
If you're tired of your basic, boring ponytail--but you don't have a lot of time to spend on your hair--this is the perfect updo.
It happens to almost everyone—the temperatures drop, and the static electricity within our luscious locks kicks into overdrive. Rest assured, because you and your frizz and fly hair are not alone. We're breaking down our favorite winter hair products to fight static, dullness, and dry scalps during the bitterly cold winter months.
We're always on the prowl for hot new hairstyles that are easy yet polished. Whether you're headed to a fancy occasion or just looking for a way to change up your everyday hair, these half-up half-down hairstyles effortlessly amp up any look.
There seem to be almost as many different types of hair brushes as there are types of hair--round ones, square ones, plastic ones, wooden ones, skinny ones, thick ones, sturdy ones, and flimsy ones. Brushes with nylon bristles and brushes with boar bristles, brushes that cost a lot and brushes that cost a little. Beyond the obvious aesthetic differences, different styles of brushes are actually made to accommodate different types and styles of hair. Are you using the right model for yours?