Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Hairstyles For Curly Hair in 2010

Hairstyles For Curly Hair, Summer 2010 Edition

While there are those who try hard to get curly hair, those who are born with curly hair sometimes hate it. Anyone who has curly hair has got at least one haircut disaster story. Curly hair is extremely unpredictable where haircuts are concerned. Curly hair can be frizzy, unmanageable, a real source of frustration. There are certain things you have to do to maintain your curly hair, and some hairstyles are much easier to keep your curls looking great than others.

If you want softer curls, you don’t need to spend a lot of time or money to get them. Instead, separate your hair into five sections. Then use your fingers to come leave in conditioner through each section. Use about a dime sized amount. This will make your curls soften, and they will be easier to style. Then shake or scrunch the curls and you can style them however you would like to. If you want to dry your curls without them getting frizzy, then try a diffuser on your hair dryer. This will help keep your hair from being overly dried out and frizzed.

Another great idea is a layer cut for naturally curly hair. If you want to get a layer cut, you need to seriously consider texturing. To do this kind of cut, have longer layers cut on the inside of your hair. This will make the curls all lock together and there will be less expansion at the bottom of your hair. Instead, your hair will get more lift at the top of the head, which is exactly what curly hair has to have to look great.

Monday, February 22, 2010

Hairstyles For Gray Hair

Hairstyles For Gray Hair

Like the rest of the body, hair changes as we get older. Usually, gray hair is a bit thinner than what you once had, and it has stiffer strands, making gray hair a bit more delicate than the hair you once had. There are plenty of great hairstyles for those with gray hair, however. You are not doomed to a head full of straw or the exact same hairstyle as everyone else.

If you want to wear your gray hair long, keep in mind that long gray hair has a tendency to be extremely limp and thin. On most people, that would look extremely unflattering. If you want to keep it basic yet pretty, a classic bun is a good idea for long gray hair. Another great idea that will add a bit of pizzazz to your hairstyle is to wear your hair in a French braid or a French twist. Your hair will be up and out of the way, while still looked classy and gorgeous.

Most of the hairstyles for short hair are shorter styles that take into account the fact that gray hair is often thinning and stiff. Pixie cuts can be great, as can bobs. You really should avoid the styles that are super short and curly. These “helmet” styles are very unflattering on anyone of any age; only wear these if you prefer to look about twenty years older than you actually are. Layered hairstyles, short or long, are excellent choices for gray hair. These styles make you look much younger and they add depth, shape, and volume to your hairstyle. They can help bring out your best features – such as your chin and cheekbones – and help to reduce the appearance of saggy skin that some people get as they age.

Friday, February 19, 2010

Multidimensional Hair Tones

Multidimensional Hair Tones

I’ve never understood the facets of multidimensional hair, because I’ve never been brave enough to get it done. Scratch that: I’ve never been patient enough to sit in a chair to get it done. I certainly did not want to stay awake for hours wondering why I put myself through the ordeal, even though the end result could quite possibly be stunning.

Multidimensional hair tones actually, add personality to your hair and can make you appear radiant. Some hair tones draw attention to your face, others speak out about your bold personality, and still others can make you appear elegant.

If you have a darker hair color, you naturally want to add lighter shades of the same color to create a multidimensional tone. Dark reds can be highlighted (or low lighted) with strawberry blonde and blonde to make your hair subtly richer in color. The same is true in reverse: if you’ve got a light color for a base, dark colors within the same family should be added. A truly light color should have medium colored lowlights applied to it.

The point of multidimensional hair tones is to make them look natural. You do not want people to look at your hair and say “Why did she do that?” It’s supposed to be subtle, not obvious. This is the reason we have stylists, though. Keep in mind that they may focus more on the front and sides of your hair than the back, but it will still look amazing in the end. And while I’m sure you don’t want to pay the price, trust me – it’s worth every penny.

Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Best Summer Hairstyles For Medium Hair 2010

Best Summer Hairstyles For Medium Hair 2010
Medium hairstyles are great because every style offers a lot of versatility. These styles easily transition to anything that you need, and they are always attractive. They have all the ease of maintenance that short hairstyles have, but are as versatile as long hairstyles, without the added work. There are many styles that you can choose from and they all can be adapted to suit any woman’s lifestyle and facial structure.

Haircuts range from chin-length to just below the shoulders. Some cuts are layered while others are razor cuts that will give a look a certain texture. Remember to go to a professional if you want to have a razor cut style, because if done wrong, your hair can be very damaged by razors. If your hair is straight, curly, or wavy, then having layers of the same type will give you a simplistic look that you can make as casual or fancy as you like. You can change the parts and way that your hair curls to make a totally new style. You can even use the layers to add color to your hair.

Bobs are very much in style, and longer bobs such as an angled bob are beautiful styles and if you do it right, you can even get a bob that will allow you to change your style around. Medium hair is perfect for Emo style haircuts, and is also an excellent choice for styles that have part of your hair up and part of it down. For example, pull back the top part of your hair and leave the rest down. This great casual look is easily dressed up. For a good formal look, you could try a French twist.


Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Best Summer Hairstyles For Long Hair 2010

Best Summer Hairstyles For Long Hair 2010

If you want great hair for summer 2010 think casual and versatile. You want to find a long hairstyle that you will easily be able to change to fit any occasion. There are many styles that you can choose. For example, braids are great for anything. You can wear a small braid pulled back along either side of your head, then pinned together in the back with a pretty barrette for a casual yet sexy look, or wear French braids for a more formal occasion. For times when you need your hair out of the way but don’t want it piled on your head, you could just put into one long braid – this look is easy, beautiful, and sure to get you some good attention.
Blond Layered Hair

Layers are the perfect answer for anyone who wants their long hairstyle to be gorgeous yet easily changed. Layers allow any hairstyle to be tailored to suit any face shape, and you don’t have to worry as much about the texture of your hair when you opt for layers. A layered cut can be changed to be wavy, straight, or curled depending on what you want to do with it.
Straighten your layers and curl the ends outward for a great casual look that will frame your face while still keeping you looking good (and your hair under control.) Or, you could braid your hair (if it’s in many layers, braid each layer) and then let it dry – when you let your hair down, you’ll have a series of beautiful waves. Curling irons and hot rollers will allow you to add curls and waves to your heart’s content, while a flat iron can give you a super sleek look. It’s all in what you want, and layers will allow you to have it all this summer 2010.

Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Best Hairstyles For Dark Hair, Summer 2010 Edition

Best Hairstyles For Dark Hair, Summer 2010 Edition

Dark hair is beautiful. There are hundreds of hues and shades hidden in dark hair, and often when it catches the light, dark hair seems to shine with its own inner light. There are many styles for dark hair. One great one is a long bob. This is a medium length style where your hair stops just above your shoulders – it’s the perfect length of hair for many people. It’s still long enough for you to put it in a ponytail, but still short enough that it has lots of body, allure, and is easy to maintain. To change it up, add razor cut layers, use a blow dryer and round brush to curl the ends out or under, or even add loose waves with a curling iron.
Dark Hair is Beautiful

Curls are always beautiful with dark hair. Your best bet is a versatile cut that uses long layers, because this will keep your curls from getting too big and unruly. You can wear any length curls you like, so long as you take care of them. Use hot rollers in small sizes for tight curls or in large sizes for looser, big curls. You can also use a curling iron, either a large or small, depending on the size of curls that you want. You can even section your hair out and put a curling cream in it then let it air dry. Add some serum to keep curls from drying out and enjoy the shine that curls bring out in dark hair.
Dark Hair Idea For Summer 2010

A fringe cut is beautiful on anyone, but if you have dark hair, a fringe cut can be especially beautiful because it will show off all of your natural highlights. Fringes are great for hiding a too large forehead or lines, and you can have a fringe in a variety of styles. A diagonal fringe is very low maintenance, while a choppy fringe or a blunt one can really add some personality and style to your hair. It’s easy to adjust your fringe simply by change how you curl it or the part if you need to change your look. Just about any hairstyle looks great with a fringe.

Monday, February 8, 2010

Eliza Dushku Cute, Elegant Hairstyles

Eliza Dushku Cute, Elegant Hairstyles
Eliza Dushku is an all-American girl. This cute actress is well loved for her fun yet casual style, and the incredible way she can go from simple to elegant in a heartbeat. Born in Boston, Massachusetts, Eliza has been in movies as well as on television. She is well-known for her role on “Dollhouse” on the FOX network. Her fresh yet conservative style is a great one to emulate.
Eliza Dushku Brunette Wavy hair

One of the cutest styles that Eliza has worn is a double braid. This style has been around for quite a long time, but many people were afraid to wear it because they were afraid they would look silly. Now that Eliza has worn it – and looked great doing it – more and more people are wearing this great style.
Eliza Dushku Hair

It’s good for nearly any shaped face, and no matter how thick your hair is, you’ll look good. Simply part your hair in the middle, make a loose braid on either side, and secure with matching elastics. It’s a great look for a casual outing, or you could dress it up a bit with a nice ribbon.
Eliza Dushku Elegant Updo

If you’re looking for a nice updo, here’s one for you. Eliza has worn her hair in a bun, sitting at about the middle of her head. She had her hair smooth, and left her bangs loose. The bangs framed her face beautifully, and the bun was carefully held in place with pins and looked quite elegant. Use hair spray to help hold your bun in place. You’ll need long hair for this style, it looks best on those with oval, and heart shaped faces. You can easily dress this romantic updo up with some clips, flowers, or anything else you can think of.

Friday, February 5, 2010

Romantic Valentine’s Hair Style

Romantic Valentine’s Day Hairstyle

Valentine’s Day is all about romance, and one very attractive look for Valentine’s Day is the tousled look. This simple to do style makes you look appealing, fun, relaxed, and innocent. It’s a popular look with everyone, even celebrities. Better yet, you can wear the tousled look no matter what your hair’s length. To get this look, simply wash your hair with a volumizing shampoo but don’t use conditioner because it will weight your hair down. Spray volumizer and then blow dry your hair using your fingers to rough up the texture. Skip using a comb or brush. When dry, use some dry shampoo through your hair to give it a more tousled look.

A side ponytail is another look perfect for Valentine’s Day. This looks will keep your hair out of way and out of your face, while drawing attention to your face where you want it. Thanks to the asymmetrical design, this hairstyle suits any face shape, because it hides all flaws and just draws out your natural beauty. To get this look, add a smoothing gel to wet hair and then blow dry over to one side. Gather your hair under the ear and add an elastic band. As long as you keep it loose and relaxed, your style won’t see prissy.

A braid is a great hairstyle for any Valentine’s Day event, from a party to a romantic date. There are many different styles of braids that you can choose from, and all of them are easily tailored to suit any event and any outfit. You can wear milkmaid braids for that innocent, flirty look or a French braid for a more elegant one. Add some modernism by wearing a French braid diagonally or by adding hairpins or clips. Braids are timeless styles that suit any woman.

Thursday, February 4, 2010

Summer 2010 Hairstyles

Summer 2010 Hairstyles Trends
I don’t know about you but when it gets hot I get upset with my hair. I’m one of those women that likes to hack it all off and glare at it like it’s the reason I’m so miserable. I go through this every summer. I know a lot of women do. We’d rather have as less hair as humanly possible, and for those of us who have long hair, we hardly ever keep it down like we do in the winter. Unless we’re at the beach.
Shorter Here Will be In This Summer

Thank God the fashion world agrees with me. But aside from short, curly hair will be surprisingly popular in summer 2010. Well, not surprisingly. It is gorgeous and glamorous, and looks especially great when it’s natural. But if your hair is straight, you can still get curls, and you don’t have to go to the salon to do it. You can do it at home, with your curling iron, or with rollers if you so prefer. Curls don’t necessarily have to be tiny either. They can be big, tight, lose, or even more of a wave. No matter what, though, curls look great on all hair lengths and colors. If you curl your hair very well, you can go up to five days without having to curl it again, depending on how well your hair holds the style. Just run your fingers through it every morning and go. Don’t use too much product on it though, especially oil, because this can damage your hair once you’re out in the sun. Be sure to experiment and find out which kind suits you.

Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Latest Hairstyle Tips For Fine Hair

Latest Hairstyle Tips For Fine Hair

Hair comes in different thicknesses, lengths, colors and textures. There are literally thousands upon thousands of hairstyles in existence, and it is very easy to get confused when it comes to choosing one that is right for you. If you have fine hair and you are stuck in this position, you would be happy to know that there are some great hairstyles for fine hair.

When it comes to hairstyles for fine hair, a great way to add the illusion of thickness is to add layers and bangs. The layers should be natural and graduated, rather than have a jagged look. Bangs are great for adding volume, with the asymmetrical bangs being particularly effective. Try to keep to a length that sits on the shoulder or shorter. A bob cut is probably the easiest length to manage and maintain if you have fine hair.

Another wonderful way to create the illusion of thickness is to get a hair color that makes thin hair less noticeable. After you have chosen a style there are a few things you should be aware of. If you are going to have your hair cut, make sure that you go to a reputable salon, as scissor marks are quite noticeable. When it comes to styling, try not to use too much heat as this can cause extensive damage to your hair.

Hairstyles for fine hair are by no means few or far between, it is just a matter of finding what suits you and your unique style.

Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Joe Jonas Haircut

Joe Jonas Haircut

Another rising Disney star is the singer and actor Joe Jonas. He is in a band called the Jonas Brothers with two of his siblings Kevin and Nick. The three of them are near to being inseparable from their television shows to their most anticipated concerts. Each of them have their unique style and fashion while still bearing a Jonas impression on their fans. Among the three brothers, Joe has the straightest and the longest hair.
Joe Jonas Latest Haircut February 2010

His haircut is often a swept to the side look often associated with the emo look. Although he likes to wear his hair with a wind swept look, the singer actor has a fashion taste far from being emo. There is more than one look when it comes to this most admired star. Recreating his looks is quite easy since you can ask your barber to make it work for you. He has black hair that goes well with any hairstyle. If you have short hair, you may want to grow it a little more since Joe’s hair is a medium to long length one. Have the tips of your hair trimmed in a way that it flips outwards in a natural way. Have the fringes to the side long enough to reach an eyebrow or slightly cover one eye. His hair is textured and could work well with a number of layers. If you are unsure if the haircut fits you, there are sites online that offer virtual makeovers using the hairstyles that most celebrities wear comparing them with your uploaded picture. The choices range from celebrities who were famous during your father’s time and ones that are currently in fashion. Changing each hairdo can be done easily so you will have the convenience of seeing how each one fits you in a matter of minutes.