I must be a hair masochist, or maybe a slave to beauty, or maybe I never learn. But I've dyed my hair at home more times than I can count, and I have yet to come out of the bathroom with a salon-worthy color all on my own.Read Full Story
We all have hair challenges — some of us maybe a little more than others, with days that make us either give up and throw on a hat or not show up in public at all. On those in-between days, when we don't have our freshly blown out hair or pressed silky tresses on point, we attempt to make a miracle happen.Read Full Story
Getting the perfect blonde hue can be a bit of a struggle. No matter how many photos of Carrie Underwood ( and now Kim Kardashian) you flash before your stylist, there's always a 50/50 chance your hair will come out looking brassy, bleached, bright yellow, or just plain fake.Read Full Story
Sun, sea and chlorine — they all can wreak havoc on your hair. Before you kick beauty to the curb for a day of fun in the sun, we consulted renowned NYC hairstylist Mark Garrison to show how you can recreate eight hot celebrity looks at home — perfect for the beach or pool.Read Full Story
Cutting your own bangs is not for the timid. It takes patience, precision, and above all, the ability to know when to stop. If you recently got bangs, you'll soon find those babies seem to grow faster than your regular hair. Before you know it, a hair curtain will have begun to cut off your vision. And while your salon will happily trim them for you, you may not have the time (or extra cash) to go in for a clean up every few weeks.Read Full Story
Most of us aren't strangers to the hairstylist's chair: new highlights for vacation, going blond for a big night out or a quick cover-up to hide those grays (that will be our little secret). Dyeing hair is fun, fashionable and fabulous. It can also be damaging if you have been a slave to chemical dyes for far too long.Read Full Story
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