At the Joe Fresh preview in New York last night, Bella Thorne and Stacy Keibler were both seen sporting the ever-popular fishtail braid. To add a playful vibe to her plait, Bella wove velvet ribbons in with her style. Stacy, on the other hand, opted for a fuller and wider take on the braid with wisps for added texture, but both were worn over the shoulder. This fishtail braid is the perfect casual-cool style, but whose did you like best?
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Whether it's a snip, snip here or a dye job there, it seems that Winter's thaw has women scrambling to change up their styles. If you love your length but still want to give your style a boost, then a trip to the colorist's chair may be your best option. Lucky for you, we've rounded up the five top hair color trends for Spring. Just keep clicking.
A yellow brick road stood in for the red carpet at the Oz the Great and Powerful premieres in LA and London, and Michelle Williams, Mila Kunis, and Rachel Weisz arrived looking like they'd stepped out of a fairy tale. In honor of the film's official release today, click through to see the top looks of the movie tour. Be sure to check out our gallery of the iconic beauty looks from the women of Oz too!
During Fashion Month, celebrities bring their A games when it comes to sitting front row. But it's not just their dressed-to-the-nines ensembles that capture attention; their hair and makeup looks are equally as posh. Over the past few weeks, we've seen stars such as Jessica Chastain, Zoe Saldana, and Drew Barrymore lining the front rows at fashion shows in New York, London, Milan, and Paris. And now, we're taking a look back at the top 50 celebrity beauty styles.
Tomorrow we'll all get a new look at the Emerald City with Oz the Great and Powerful, but before Michelle Williams, Mila Kunis, and Rachel Weisz put us under their spells, we're taking a look back at the many other women of Oz. The original children's book, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum, has spurred many adaptations over the last decade, from the big screen to Broadway. See who else has donned crowns, gone green, or worn the ruby slippers over the years.
Rachel Weisz may be currently known for her role as the witch Evanora in Oz the Great and Powerful, but the English actress's classic look has long been an inspiration to designer Narciso Rodriguez. And as a L'Oréal spokesmodel, Rachel has more than a few beauty tricks up her sleeve. She turns 43 today, so we're celebrating by taking a glimpse back at some of her best red-carpet moments.
Dita Von Teese is a woman who clearly knows what she likes. She's perfected her signature vintage look for over 20 years, so when it came to developing her own fragrances, dubbed Dita Von Teese ($25-$75) and Rouge ($20-$50), Dita knew exactly what she wanted. "I believe perfume is a vital stepping stone to glamour, so I wanted to create a perfume that has a high level of sophistication and is a kind of perfume that maybe one of my idols like Rita Hayworth or Marlene Dietrich would have worn," she says. Her collection of fragrances and Von Follies lingerie hits HSN April 23, and the 40-year-old burlesque star tells us everything from her skin care secrets to looking good in lingerie.
When we saw the überelegant twisted hairstyle that came down the runway at Carolina Herrera this past Fashion Week, we immediately began scratching our heads to figure out how to replicate it, but Allison Williams beat us to the punch. Her center part with a twisted updo is an easy way to translate Herrera's oversize rolls.
Achieving this style is surprisingly simple. Mist your second-day hair down with some hair spray, like Victoria's Secret So Sexy Style Hold & Finish Hairspray ($14). Part your hair in the center and pin one section to the side. Starting at your ears, twist the free section down your head until you reach the nape of your neck, and secure the twist with bobby pins. Repeat on the second side. Pull the loose hair on either side together, twist into a bun, secure with bobby pins, and finish with a mist of hair spray. You'll look like you just stepped off the runway.