Summertime is both the best time and the worst time for hairstyling. When your hair behaves, it looks incredible. But getting there is a battle and a half. Luckily star stylist Sally Hershberger has released a new line of products that help tame even the most stubborn hair, and they can be mixed and matched to get your perfect regimen. And they are all under $15 each so it's easy to get the full set.
Oh, Alexa Chung, your enviable bedhead waves are exactly the trend we're dying to get right for Spring and Summer. But rolling out of bed with hair that's just mussy enough and walking out the door without spending an hour at the mirror is just a beauty myth, right? Wrong. "There are actually a few ways to achieve this look," says celebrity stylist Sally Hershberger.
The easiest way is to braid your hair before bed, but make sure to prep your hair the right way. Hershberger advises to spritz down hair that's almost completely dry with a texture spray, like her Wave Spray ($14). Work the product into your hair by scrunching and using your fingers to comb through sections. Braid the hair in different-sized braids to achieve a piecey look, and then sleep on it.
In the morning, simply take out the braids, adding more wave spray as needed. If you want to add some more texture, then use a curling iron, but only wrap the hair around the barrel once or twice, leaving the ends free. Muss with your fingers, swipe on some black eyeliner, and you'll give Alexa a run for her money.
Attaining the lustrous hair you see on shampoo commercials is possible. Clarifying once a week; using shampoo and conditioner with hydrating ingredients like protein, avocado oil, or shea butter; and applying a once-a-week treatment can all help strengthen and smooth your hair. A shine spray never hurt anyone either. On Kirbie: Bebe dress.
Want sexy, tousled party hair? Sally Hershberger, one of the edgiest celebrity hairstylists around, shows us how it's done. All you need are your fingers, some texture spray, and an elastic to look effortlessly cool. Read: no brush needed. On Kirbie: Club Monaco.
Celebrity hair stylist Sally Hershberger has listed her 3-bedroom, 5-bath, 1960 Beverly Hills home on the market for $5.5 million. Aside from the stunning, floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the Hollywood Hills, I couldn't help but notice that Sally has a major thing for horsies. In perhaps the two most prominent spots in her home — above the master bed and the dining table — she proudly displays two pieces of horse artwork. The photographs (or paintings?) aren't necessarily equestrian, but she is from Kansas, so maybe she is a horse rider. In any case, it's intriguing to see this side of her personality revealed.
Do you own any horse artwork? If so, why? Do you just think they're pretty or is horse riding a hobby of yours?
We had a blast hosting FabSugar Day at the Elizabeth and James Pop-Up Shop during NYFW. From Sofia bubbly, to fun beats, to a Fab-inspired candy bar, we had a sweet time. What made the day even more special was that our wonderful models were our very own readers! Fab Look of the Day members — Leslie, Lindsey, and Katie — alongside OnSugar blogger, Taylor, strutted their stylish stuff. Watch our video to see the girls getting ready. From their styling by PopSugar editors in chic Elizabeth and James wares, to glam makeup courtesy of artists Marc Reagan and Cassandra Garcia of Bobbi Brown Cosmetics, and trendsetting hair by stylists Matt Fugate and Frederique Carme of Sally Hershberger Downtown, watch their full transformation!
Living in San Francisco, earthquake central, I'm wary to hang artwork above my bed. Anything framed in glass is pretty much out of the question, so a canvas painting or a textile would be a much safer option. I am loving the arrangement of photography on Sally Hershberger's wall in Elle Decor, though — I wish I could recreate this in my home! Then again, I probably couldn't afford the Herb Ritts photograph of the Dalai Lama's hands that she owns in any case.
Do you hang artwork above your bed?
Sally Hershberger is both a celebrity hairstylist and a celebrity, having appeared on Shear Genius. The creator behind Meg Ryan's "shag", '80s supermodel hair, and Hillary Clinton's Vogue cover talks to us about what it's like creating these memorable looks and the launch of her new line.
Beauty buffs, set your TiVos: hairstylist extraordinaire (and major Bella crush) Sally Hershberger is appearing on HSN tonight at 10pm. She's known for creating cool, stylish-but-not-overly-coiffed hair for stars such as Meg Ryan, Winona Ryder, Kate Moss, and Cindy Crawford. Now, after launching her first haircare collection, Supreme Head, she's back with a new line of salon-quality styling products. Developed after months of testing formulas in her bicoastal salons, the five-piece collection provides fantastic hold, texture, and shine — yet it's incredibly lightweight. (Cross my heart, I've received at least a dozen random compliments on my hair since using Salon Shape Up Spray.) Will I be watching? You know it.