Curly hair or automatic pillow?
Overall, these are fantastic. They're paraben, phthalate, and sulfate free, and they have all sorts of deliciously nourishing all-natural ingredients, like coconut and jojoba. I am way into this. Also, wow, these smell great. They're like watermelon bubbleyum making love to a freshly bathed peppermint patty.
Who doesn't love big, curly hair? I know we do down here in the South, and there's never a day that goes by when I don't see a girl with hot rollers in her hair at my sorority house. Big curls are a big deal and yet so simple!
We got a request for casual updos. And, um, I gotta be honest -- there is a dearth of pictures of them on the internet. The truth is, curls are so darn gorgeous that, most of the time, no one can even imagine putting them up. But if you need to have them up for work (or play!), here are some super sexy ideas. I'll even tell you how to do 'em!!
For years, I wanted bangs. I longed for them. I coveted them. I desired them. But the answer from my hairstylist was always the same: NO. So in 2008, I cut them myself. Years later, I have a love-hate relationship with them. I keep cutting 'em, growing 'em in, and cutting them again. But I want to tell you this: curly-head bangs can be HOT.
How many times have you seen a magazine claiming to have "curly hairstyles" inside, only to open it up and find out what they really show are hairstyles for people with straight hair who want to get that curly look. There's nothing for girls with naturally curly hair who want to flaunt their tresses au naturale. Don't fret! Curlies, there are so many cute things you can do!!
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Do you avoid wearing your hair wavy or curly in fear of the crunch? Do you blow dry and flat iron your hair just so you don't encounter it? Then this video is for you.
Last week we found out about a pill made of alcohol. Our excitement over the potential to skip the calories and the burning sensation in the back of our throats were almost too much to bear. We thought, “This is the best thing to ever happen to us college girls.” Which was true.
Every girl has a love/hate relationship with her hair. If her hair is straight, she wishes it were curly. If her hair is curly, she wishes it were straight. Frizz is constantly on the attack and there are never enough bobby pins. Yet, our hair can either make or break a look, so we spend hours planning, executing, and perfecting our style.
Have you ever tried curling your hair only to end up with tight, Shirley Temple style curls? Or, worse, attempted to use a curling iron and ended up with blistered fingers and straight, fried hair? Well then I'm here to help! Contrary to popular belief, it's not hard to achieve soft curls or waves. And you don't have to be a professional to do it.
There’s nothing I love more than summer, and sometimes my hair agrees. I love the waves that salt water puts in my hair, and the fact that I can just throw it up and go out. But what I don’t love is the greasiness and frizziness that accompanies the excessive heat. If I’m not looking over-gelled like Danny in Grease, then I have a minor fro going on comparable to a clown.
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Amy Winehouse gets more press for her cracked-out shenanigans than her songs, and today is no different. The Grammy-winning songbird...
So I’m a MOT. A Member of the Tribe. A celebrator of Hanukkah. A person who likes deli. Which means,...