It's pretty much safe to say that Jennifer Aniston has the most requested hair in Hollywood. Even after The Rachel's fall from style, Jennifer's hair remains the most watched coif on every red carpet.
In a discreet London clinic, 32-year-old Emma is lying on a couch, naked from the waist down, nervously waiting for a white-coated therapist to start work. The last time she was in this position, 10 years
Give Your Hairbrush a Break: Jessica Alba, Emma Roberts, and More Take Rocker-Girl Hair to the Saint Laurent Front Row
Given that the glam-rock eye makeup and finger-raked waves on the Saint Laurent runway last night gave a nod to Bowie and ’70s bohemia, it was only fitting that the front row was rife with she’s-with-the-band
You guys, bed-head hair is in. Do you know how happy I am right now? As a self-proclaimed lazy person when it comes to beauty routines, this is great news for me. During the past few weeks, we've seen
If you have dry, sensitive skin, you know how much of a guessing game your skin-care routine can be. The superawesome and life-changing mask your roommate loves could be a jar of hives for you, while cool
Hair wraps are back! (Although some may say they never went away.) Hairstylist Mark Townsend explains how to think big—and very chic. 1. Make three ponytails: one at the crown, one at the nape of your
Makeup artist Hung Vanngo breaks down his three-step technique for flawless skin. And trust us, it's better than Facetune. Don't rely on luminizer or primer. "They can make skin look greasy. Instead I
suno fall 2016 backstage beauty It’s a happy coincidence that New York Fashion Week coincides with Valentine’s Day this season—providing some well-timed inspiration just in time for the weekend. Case point:
Backstage at Alexander Wang’s Fall 2016 show today, Binx Walton was smiling in disbelief at her own reflection as a trusted member of hairstylist Guido Palau’s team snipped inches off her freshly dyed
Individuality, above all else. That’s been the rallying cry from New York to Paris for the past few seasons, as designers embrace clothing and castings that promote character instead of rote uniformity.