According the New York Fashion Week runways, Fall 2013 hair trends will likely lean in the direction of braids, ponytails, and '90s grunge. In short, there's something for everyone: slicked-back ponytails like we saw from stylist Orlando Pita at Michael Kors, milkmaid braids spotted at Alice + Olivia, and plenty of grungy texture, as lead stylist Paul Hanlon created on models' strands backstage at 3.1 Phillip Lim. Not convinced you can pull any of this off? Watch our video to discover all the tricks to Fall 2013 hairstyling.
Posts for February 23rd 2013
The pink carpet was rolled out for today's Spirit Awards, which recognizes the achievements of independent filmmakers, and Jennifer Lawrence, Kerry Washington, and Camila Alves were just a few of the famous faces that made an appearance. Click through to see how some of your favorite stars got gorgeous just one night before the Oscars.
Low ponytails are often considered more chic, but Nina Dobrev's high pony at the Independent Spirit Awards left us with some major hair envy. She kept her look stylish with plenty of volume and texture and long bangs that perfectly framed her face. What do you think of her flirty style?
With so many polishes to play with these days and ever-popular nail art, matching your fingertips to your toes has become rather old-fashioned. But Amy Poehler chose a classic red manicure, which she also had polished on her toes. But we want to know, would you match your polish on both your fingertips and toes?
A classic makeup style that can turn any look from ho hum to seriously gorgeous is the dramatic eye, and this week three stars showed us how to do it. Selena Gomez opted for a metallic smoky eye, while Anne Hathaway kept her shadow long, thin, and feathered. And Ginnifer Goodwin proved that when in doubt, a flicked-out cat eye works wonders, especially with a cheeky pixie cut. All three looks were vastly different while being equally dramatic, but whose did you prefer?