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  1. Wednesday, November 21, 2018 4:03:09 AM America/New_York

    What's cooler than being cold? Trying a winter 2019 hair color trend. Hear us out: Winter's hair color trends are so gorgeous, they'll make you want to ditch your beanie — even if it means feeling a little more chilly for three months.

    For platinum blondes who think their color is a little too icy, warm things up with a bright, golden shade. If you're a brunette, update your color by switching to a rich chestnut brown.

    Here, the only five hair colors worth trying for winter 2019.


    Cold Brew

    It might be winter, but that doesn't mean you have to give up your cold brew — at least when it comes to your hair color. The fall color trend is still going strong this season. "Dakota Johnson’s 'cold brew' brunette is luscious, opulent, and a perfect winter hair color," says Dorram. "The look is achieved by painting subtle highlights on the ends of your hair, which will warm up any skin tone."


    Creamy Blonde

    If you're over the high maintenance of being platinum, consider ditching your icy blonde for a warm, creamy shade like Kaley Cuoco or Jennifer Lopez . "This multi-dimensional look has roots from the natural base color while the rest of the hair has layers of baby blonde," explains Dorram. "It’s more buttery, yet very bright, and not monotone like most platinum blondes."


    Rich Brunette

    "Brunette colors like Emily Ratajowski's warm chestnut are super popular during winter months," Dorram says. "When the  temperatures drop, it's a signal to deepen and richen up your hair color."

    If want your hair to look more shiny, gIossy, and healthier without adding highlights to your base color, this brunette shade is your best bet. Dorram suggests using a sulfate-free shampoo to keep the color from getting brassy.


    Blended Roots

    Yes, being too lazy to get your roots touched up is now officially one of winter's biggest hair color trends. Except, these grown-out roots actually look good. Dorram says that blended or "shadow" roots as seen on Serena Williams and Margot Robbie works well for both brunettes and blondes. The key is to get highlights that aren't far from your natural base color so that there isn't too much of a contrast once they're grown out.

    "There really isn’t much of a demarcation from where the highlights start and stop, so you get an effect that looks almost like the sun or like children's hair color," says Dorram. "The key is to blend soft, subtle, shades delicately and build up the highlight so that it looks natural. It may take several sessions to get this look."


    Flannel Red

    In 2019, flannel red isn't just the color of your dad's favorite weekend shirt. It's the name of one of this winter's trendiest hair colors. The look is perfect for blondes that want to usher in the cold weather by warming up their hair color.

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  2. Thursday, November 15, 2018 2:37:25 AM America/New_York

    With all of the cooking, baking, and decorating you have to do for your holiday party, the last thing you need to worry about is your hair. Step into one of our top party style your hair in one of these effortless looks, and you'll be ready to stun for the season.


    Deep Side Part

    Exaggerate the part of your hair to one side and add some thick curls to create this classic holiday hairstyle worn by the Duchess of Sussex. "You cannot go wrong by adding some volume for a more dramatic look," says hairstylist and blogger Jeanette Gillin.


    Touch of Metal

    This elegant style, rocked by Hailee Steinfeld, is as simple as clipping a barrette in place. "A barrette holding back a few strands of hair adds a pop of holiday cheer without being too over the top," says Gillin.


    Hollywood Glam

    You can get this old Hollywood look in just 10 minutes by giving yourself some curls, setting a front wave with S-shaped pins, and then finishing it off with hairspray.


    Sleek Straight

    Part your hair in the center and move sections through a straightener for Gigi Hadid's simple and chic look. "Sleek straight hair is a g- to if you’re looking for an edgy look without taking attention away from a fun outfit or makeup," says Gillin.


    Wonderful Waves

    Ashley Graham's effortless waves are easily attainable and perfect for any occasion, especially a Christmas party. Next time you go to curl your hair, opt for a larger curling iron so curls are fall loose around your face, and instead of twirling each section in the same direction, alternate with different sections of hair to get this natural look.

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  3. Tuesday, November 13, 2018 3:37:56 AM America/New_York

    The liberating feeling that comes from chopping off your hair isn't reserved only for those with straight and wavy textures. Curly short hair can look sweet, sexy, sleek, messy and always, always chic. These celebrity styles are proof!


    Voluminous Lob

    Lobs aren't just for straight or wavy hair! A full head of ringlets looks adorable in a style that stretches just past the chin, as proven by Justina Machado.


    Loose Layers

    If your curls are on the looser side, try a short shag with several layers, including super-short bangs like Samantha Mathis wears.


    Beachy Bounce

    Meg Ryan's iconic blonde curls have evolved from cutesy to sophisticated thanks to a piece-y, layered, looser look.


    Brushed Out

    Audrey Tautou has achieved just the right level of controlled messiness with this partially brushed out look, thanks to a few select curls that keep their springy shape.


    Messy Pixie

    Curly pixie cuts like Halsey's are by far the most fun because you can simply run a little gel through your hair, muss it up a bit and enjoy the air-dried results.


    Soft and Sweet

    We usually see Elizabeth Vargas with straight, sleek blowouts, but this romantic, softly curly bob looks beautiful on her!

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  4. Saturday, November 10, 2018 1:28:15 AM America/New_York

    Hair can make you look younger—or older. Choose one of these hairstylist-approved looks to turn back the clock.


    Short volume cut

    Hairstylist and makeup artist Sophia Porter likes this look because it adds volume and fullness to even fine or thinning hair. “Shorter cuts look fuller since you’re removing damaged ends that look stringy and give the illusion of thinner hair. I love using Pai-Shau’s Texture Dust to add volume, texture, and keep hairstyles going on days two and three.” Find out what happens when you decide to go gray.


    Collarbone-length curly hair

    “This cut preserves the natural spring in curly texture,” says Hernandez. “The length is playful and the soft, round edges give a youthful look. It accentuates décolletage.” Don’t miss these tips for styling curly hair.


    Classic pixie

    According to Porter, pixie cuts are always fun and a minimal maintenance style for a woman who is on the go. “I love to use Pai-Shau Style Souffle to style shorter cuts like this. It gives just enough control and definition to create an effortless look in minutes.” Here’s how to find the best haircut for your face shape.


    Prominent bangs

    Think of bangs as a quick and painless Botox alternative! They also tend to lessen the effect of tired eyes. Just keep in mind that when it comes to streamlined looks, having great hair products is key.


    Beach waves

    According to Mackinder, beach waves are a great choice for women of any age going for something romantic and all you need is a curling iron! You’ll want to rock these easy styles on your next vacation.


    Asymmetric style

    “This asymmetric style is particularly great for an older woman with a square or round face,” says Mackinder. “It’s also great for very thick hair and as a day to evening look.” Here’s how to take your look from day to night.



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  5. Tuesday, November 6, 2018 1:30:56 AM America/New_York

    As you age, you start to rely on your hairstyle to create a natural sophisticated and youthful look. No doubt about it, every woman yearns for the perfect anti-aging secret answer. Although most of us, don’t think of a hairstyle possessing the power to transform us and shave years off our face. Forget cosmetic surgery or a face lift, just go to your local salon and ask for a cut like we’ve gathered. Take a look and you might be surprised.


    Grown Out Cropped Hair

    Kicking off this list is the hottest hairstyle of last year

    When you go for this look, make sure to keep the length just above the collar bone for a youthful look. If it gets longer then that, a trim is needed. Did we mention it’s cheaper then a face lift? Or does that go without saying?


    Classic Bob

    The classic bob easily makes the list as an anti-aging hairstyle option. It’ll allow more focus towards the nape of your neck while offering the perception of raised cheekbones and a higher jawline. And it’s still cheaper than a face lift or cosmetic surgery.


    Wavy Lob

    Here it is folks, that Mary-Kate, Ashley Olsen beachy, kissed by the sun look. The wavy lob will help you glow in a natural light ~and~ you can style your hair with either soft layers or messy curls to highlight a fresh faced look.


    Pixie Bob With Stacked Side Bang

    Thin hair? Yeah, that’ll happen as we get older and our stress and hormone levels skyrocket so basically, it’s inevitable. The solution to your woes is *ding*ding*ding, the pixie bob with a stacked side bang. Keep things fresh and edgy but not overly edgy, like our girl Shailene Woodley.


    Layered Bob

    Head over to an experienced stylist to get this classic look. For those with a more angular face – cut your bob at chin-length. Additionally, if you have naturally tight curls – you’ll need more layers.



    Ahem, you must be a daredevil to go full blown pixie. Not only will the style help make you look younger but you’ll also feel different. No matter how you style your hair, whether it be polished or just got outta bed, you’ll look chic 24/7.


    Layered Side Swept Bangs Shoulder Length

    Whenever your hair gets limp then you need this style…like immediately. Not only will the look emphasize your eyes but it’ll provide some volume within the layers – or as I like to call it, a natural face lift.

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  6. Wednesday, October 31, 2018 11:49:52 PM America/New_York

    What’s old is eventually, always new again. And that’s especially true in the world of hair. Claw-clips are now chic, scrunchies are in fashion, and the iconic ‘70s shag haircut is officially back on the red carpet. But this time, the shags aren’t topping the leather-clad rock stars in your mum’s teenage dreams, but rather framing the faces your favourite Hollywood A-listers, who have taken the old-school cut and turned it into a modern, screenshot-worthy style to copy ASAP.

    Need some inspiration? Check out the eight best iterations on the trend, below, then call your stylist immediately.


    The Choppy Shag

    Halle Berry's naturally curly hair gives her shaggy cut next-level–gorgeous volume, texture, and definition. The trick to keeping her bangs from looking too heavy? Multiple rows of choppy, asymmetrical layers that gradually lengthen around her face.


    The Heavily-Banged Shag

    In the most classic of shag interpretations, Chloë Grace Moretz takes the traditionally thick, curtain-esque bangs of an O.G. shag haircut and makes them modern by keeping the rest of her hair glossy, smooth, and softly waved.



    The Curly Shag

    Don't be afraid of curly bangs! Just look at Zendaya's incredibly gorgeous shag to see that they're fully wearable, on two conditions: keep them long (they should overlap your brows) and layered (so they don't look too heavy). For added curliness, dry your shag with a diffuser and a curl-defining cream.


    The No-Bangs Shag

    Not a fan of bangs? Don't worry—you can still get in on the shag trend without battling a curtain of fringe. Proof: Alexa Chung's middle-parted cut, which relies on long layers around the face for a faux-bang feel.



    The Petite Shag

    If you're not quite ready to take the plunge into full-on shagdom, try January Jones' approach: Cut tiny, shag-like bangs, which split in the middle and just barely skim the tips of her brows. For added texture, blast your roots with texturising spray and gently scrunch for a messy, '70s feel.


    The Modern Shag

    Yes, a stick-straight shag seems like an oxymoron—until you look at Kerry Washington and realise it's not only possible, but really, truly gorgeous. The key to recreating this look is asking your stylist for short, angular bangs (cut like shards of glass) and defined layers throughout the rest of your hair that'll pop when you straighten them.


    The Heavy Shag

    See how Taylor Swift's hair basically envelops her head? That's a heavy, face-framing shag, which automatically gives you a shrouded, "come hither" vibe (pairs perfectly with smoky eyes, like Swift's). Ask your stylist to start your bangs three inches into your hairline for the thickest, shaggiest finish.



    The Long Shag

    Another no-bang style, Gabrielle Union's curly, brushed-out shag is a thing of long-hair dreams. Because you can, in fact, keep your length and still pull off the shag style, so long as you add in a ton of shorter layers that start at the brow line and taper off toward your shoulders.

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  7. Sunday, October 28, 2018 11:58:57 PM America/New_York

    How long can you go? If these celebrities are any indication, as long as you want — just throw in some layers, bangs, or shaping to complement your face shape and hair texture. There are endless possibilities with how to cut and style your mile-long strands. Of course, before you head to the salon to make a huge chop, it's good to know what kind of cut you're actually looking for. Good thing you have us to help. Here, a few of our cuts for long strands — and how to get them.


    Front Layers
    Sarah Jessica Parker's hair is heavily layered around the face, with deep snipped-in layers all throughout the ends. If your hair is naturally straight, this will probably be the easiest haircut you'll ever have — and it's a particularly flattering cut on those with tons of fine hair. If your jawline is more on the square side, request pieces that start just above your cheekbones; those with an oval or heart-shaped face will look best with layers beginning around the chin.



    Long With Tight Curls
    "For this...curly texture, you need beautifully blended, round layers all around your head to lend weight without looking heavy," says celebrity hairstylist Matt Fugate. You're safe no matter what your face shape — the trick is to keep the layers on the longer side. Look closely: Zendaya's first layer doesn't start until chin level. If you've got curly hair, always get a dry cut, says hairstylist Lorraine Massey of Devachan Salon. "Curly dry hair and curly wet hair are two different things."


    All Around Layers
    For a simple, versatile option, try Martha Hunt's long, haphazard layers. "I take the bottom two inches of hair and cut them in a way that's not too perfect by pointing the scissors downward," says hairstylist Renato Campora. The slightly imperfect ends make this a wash-and-go kind of cut. "You can blow it out or let it air-dry — the cut takes care of the styling for you." This cut complements every face shape and can be styled with a middle or side part.


    Long and Subtle
    The age of extensions has meant that down-to-there hair isn't just for the Guinness Book of World Records — and that celebrities like Jennifer Lopez aren't the only ones getting in on the action. If you do invest in a set of seriously long strands, the gentlest snips starting at the chest will help give the style movement. Blunt ends can look heavy, giving your hair a window-drape vibe that we're pretty sure you're not after.


    Tapered Ends
    Gisele Bündchen's long-layered cut removes the bulk and keeps her natural spirals from ballooning out. Her horizontal layers start at collarbone level in the back, but remain long in front. The thinking here is that when you inevitably tuck your hair behind your ears, you don't end up with a wide wedge shape. (That's a tip we picked up from Fugate.) The hair looks thick and textured, but with an overall streamlined appeal.

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  8. Tuesday, October 23, 2018 11:17:06 PM America/New_York

    "Red is having its moment right now," says colorist Christopher Pierce of the Andy Lecompte Salon in Los Angeles. Find out who wears it best, plus get tips on how to find (and maintain) your perfect shade.


    Jessica Chastain is a natural redhead, and that's probably why her ablaze shade works so well against her porcelain complexion. "If you're a blonde and this is the color you're after, you're in a for a single process that needs to be maintained every four to six weeks with a gloss," says colorist Nikki Ferrara of the Marie Robinson Salon in New York City. If you were born with it, a quarter-annual gloss could also be a good thing. "You'll just pump that color up a notch," says Ferrara.


    Warm Copper
    "Ellie Bamber has a medium-golden tone skin, which works well for this particular burnished copper," says Ferrara. "You could also add some extra drama by bringing some tone-on-tone handpainted highlights before adding a bright copper gloss."


    "Very rarely do you see green eyes with coppery hair shades in nature," says colorist Christopher Pierce of the Andy Lecompte Salon in Los Angeles. For women with green and brown eyes, the darker side of red is more flattering. Julianne Moore's subtle approach is versatile: "She has rosy, fair skin, but those with olive undertones and naturally brown hair can pull this off beautifully, too," he says.



    Blackened Red
    If you've been scrolling through this gallery wondering when on earth you'd see a version for the dark-haired or the olive-complected, your thumb stops here. "It's definitely a bold choice, but when done well—that is, with both depth and light—it's supershiny and eye-catching," says Ferrara. Do know it's not exactly a low-maintenance hue: "Between single-process appointments, a gloss will maintain the cool red tone."


    Golden Copper
    "The great thing about this hair color is that it works for women with fair and medium skin tones with golden undertones," says Ferrara, noting that it's easiest to achieve if your base is a medium or dark blonde. If you fit that profile but aren't ready to fully go red, consider highlights toned down with a medium golden-copper gloss: "Then you just go to the salon for a gloss every once in a while, touching up your highlights every four to six months."

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  9. Saturday, October 20, 2018 1:41:56 AM America/New_York

    Bangs are officially back with — well, a bang. And thank goodness, because we've been feeling in the mood for a bit of a fringe. One of the best things about hairstyles complete with bangs is that they come in a multitude of different forms. It's almost impossible to not find at least one style that will flatter your gorgeous face. Whether bold and blunt, long and side-swept, choppy and tousled, or short and demure is your vibe, bangs are an amazing way to update your look without sacrificing the length of your hair. All you have to do is choose the right style of fringe. We asked celebrity hairstylists, like R+Co. co-founder Garren, to share their go-to tips for how to get 6 of the best celebrity bang hairstyles of the moment. Don't worry — every length, texture, and face shape are accounted for.


    Long, Piecey Bangs
    No one doubts that Sofia Vergara has a ton of hair. But if her bangs were as thick as the length, they could look heavy and curtain-like. That's why this thinned-out fringe works so well. If the bangs start sticking to the forehead, mist a dry shampoo at the roots and massage through bangs with your fingertips.


    Curly Bangs
    Who said that curls and bangs are the oil and water of hair styles? Icons like Zendaya are throwing that rule out the window. One word of wisdom: Defined spirals look better than a frizzy mop; do be sure to load up on moisture to keep your coils crisp.



    Fake Bangs
    "This is a great way to add fringe without the commitment of actually cutting your hair," Garren says. For faux bangs that look natural (like Bella Hadid’s), find a hairpiece that matches your hair color and texture. Part your own hair down the middle, tease the roots, and mist them with hair spray before clipping in the piece about an inch or two back from the hairline. Finish by brushing your real hair over the piece to blend the bangs with the rest of your hair.



    Thick and Blunt Bangs
    Kerry Washington’s bangs just barely cover her brows, but that’s not their most notable feature. The heavy fringe suits thick hair (fine hair gets wispy) and makes oval faces seem thinner. Another reason the style isn’t too severe? The contrast between the actress’s wavy bob and stick-straight bangs.



    Classic Side-Swept Bangs
    There was a moment in the mid-aughts when side-swept bangs were a rite of passage. The only thing was, they were kind of hard to slick down and keep in place. That’s what makes Reese’s modern version so appealing: An unfussy texture paired with a non-punishing part, and the style is suddenly impossible to get wrong.



    Jagged and Asymmetrical
    Katy Perry’s statement bangs are paired with a short crop, but the fringe will also work with longer cuts, too. They keys are a deep side part, the patience to coax them to lay straight, and plenty of lightweight pomade to keep them in place.

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  10. Wednesday, October 17, 2018 2:55:25 AM America/New_York

    As sure as the leaves change every fall, new hair colors emerge to kick off the season. The past few years have seen colorists get innovative with fresh techniques and plays on shades to save us from feeling bored with the same old blond, brunette, and red. But lately it's not even the colors themselves that are attention-grabbing. The names too have become increasingly, well, thirsty.

    Late summer brought us "cold brew hair"—as in the slightly varying shade of brown you get when you pour milk into your coffee—while "root beer hair" and "pink champagne hair" were the front-runners for 2017. Even "[Lacroix hair]"(/story/lacroix-rainbow-hair-color)" bubbled its way up into our hair-color lexicon.


    Cold Brew

    You might be all about an extra-hot macchiato right now, but the cold brew that carried you through summer can be a year-round thing. First spotted as the work of colorist Eric Vaughn, the multidimensional brown tones have a warm wash of red to make for rich mahogany.


    Dark Roast

    Not to be confused with cold-brew color—which, as you of course have committed to memory, has a rich, reddish warmth to it—dark-roast color walks the line between having no red tones (and therefore no risk of brassiness) and not looking too ashy. As a result, it serves as a neutral, according to Sadie Curtin, a colorist at the LivingRoom Salon in Costa Mesa, California.



    Blond Roast

    If you prefer both your hair and your coffee to be lighter, blond roast is for you. Colorists note that it works well if you already have blond hair and you're looking to add some darker dimension at your roots and throughout.



    Chili Chocolate

    Spice up your life—or maybe just your hair—with chili chocolate brown, the work of balayage specialist Amanda Leaman of Joi Salon in Boston. The rich auburn painted over deep brown has an autumnal vibe at first glance, but it's actually meant to give brunettes a sun-kissed appearance. So if you're still wishing for heat wave weather, this is the closest you'll get.



    Toasted Coconut

    A new riff on the bronde trend (that is, brown-blond) that was all the rage last fall, toasted coconut is even more low-maintenance. Unlike your usual bronde, Atlanta-based hairstylist Kayluh Stewart used an icy toner to make the blond look almost silvery, while the roots are still a deep, dark brown—hence the "toasted."

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