Saturday, July 21, 2007

Celebrity Hairstyles Victoria

Most recognizable to those of us across the pond is probably Victoria Beckham, formerly Victoria Adams aka Posh Spice. Last seen in sleek and chic little mini dresses posing like a supermodel, now this devoted mother of three is trendsetting with the new “pob” hairdo in blonde, and a fashion sense that’s led to her own line of jeans and sunglasses.

Friday, July 20, 2007

Conair Ion Shine

ConairPerk up your locks with this high-tech hair dryer. Innovative ions reduce static electricity, so you have fewer fly-aways and frizzies -- and shiner, smootherhair.Conair Ion Shine 1875 Watt Hair Dryer 146LDF

Pob Hairstyles

Pob HairstylesVictoria recently cut off her super long hair extensions and is now sporting a funky, sleek Bob that is named after her - the Pob.
Pob, which stands for Posh Bob, is guaranteed to become the hottest new hairstyle. If there is just one new hairstyle you decide to pick this year, opt for a great Pob

The Posh Pob
It did not take long for other well-known names to follow Victoria into hairstyle heaven. Britney Spears has also opted to shear off her once long mane of hair into this hip new style.
Even Desperate Housewives vixen Eva Longoria was sported wearing a faux Pob.

Wednesday, July 18, 2007

Men's MEDIUM Hair Style


ConditionerConditioners are made to protect hair from heat and styling damage, reduce friction between both individual hairs and between hair and comb, moisturize and reduce static.

The longer you leave the conditioner in your hair, the more chance it has to attach itself to the cuticle. However, rinsing well is also very important.

Tuesday, July 17, 2007

Conservative Hairstyles

Conservative (Traditional or restrained in style).
Many men are still wearing conservative hairstyles. It wears well with the middle-aged male that wants an easy hairstyle and with the likes of Pierce Brosnan, Richard Gere, Mel Gibson and Michael Douglas (just to name a few) it can still transform to a sexy look.
Opt for a short haircut around the sides and the nape areas to give the hair a neat appearance.
Leaving the hair longer layers on top, with textured pieces, will definitely give the hair movement.
Adding color to fine hair will give hair shine and make it appear thicker. For thick hair, added highlights will give the hairstyle a lot of movement.
Your hairdresser will be able to recommend the right hairstyling products for your hair type

Monday, July 16, 2007

Celebrity Hairstyles

Long and sexy, a funky curly hairstyle for Christina. Leaving the length at shoulder level, short cropped layers are cut to enhance the wave. This hairstyle is perfect for medium to thick hair types.

short for the Summer

Get scissor happy this summer!

You’ve been thinking about it long enough, just do it! Here are some things to keep in mind to get it done right!

Taking the plunge

Marriage? No, not that plunge, but not surprisingly, many women have spent longer considering if they should go short than agreeing to marry someone!

Going from long or medium length hair to a short style is a huge change, and can be very traumatic thinking about all the things that can go wrong.

Here are some tips to think about so you’re prepared when you get into that chair.

Awapuhi Volumizing Shampoo

ature's Gate Awapuhi Shampoo gently cleanses hair while helping build up volume and add fullness to fine, limp hair, Hair is revived with essential nutrients from Panthenol (pro-vitamin B-5) while Awapuhi Horsetail and Cherry Bark help add body to hair. The soothing properties of Calendula, Chamomile and Hops make this shampoo gentle enough for everyday use.

  • Gently cleanses and refreshes to enliven fine, limp hair.
  • Helps nourish hair for increased shine and vibrancy.
  • Helps add body and volume without weighing hair down.

Friday, July 13, 2007

Trendy hair 1980s

Trendy hair styles come and go. Remember when the feathered look was in? How about when “big” hair was in during the 1980s? It’s a blessing that some of these styles are no longer popular. Pictures from the 1970s, 1980s, or any other decade, are vivid reminders of just how outrageous and downright bad certain hair styles looked.

Face Hair Styles: Long Hair

Long hair naturally helps lengthen a round face shape, particularly if you use a center part that draws the eye along the length of the face. The key is to avoid adding extra volume around the cheeks (the fullest part of the face). Keep longer locks sleek and narrow until they pass the chin for a smoother style, and feel free to add wispy tapered ends to help soften the face and add distinction. An offset side fringe, similar to an emo style, is another way to incorporate longer hair to help slenderize a round face. Highlights framing the face can also break up the style and create a narrower appearance.

Thursday, July 12, 2007

Punk Hair Style Pictures

While punk styles were originally a way to identify with a certain culture or style of music, today they are just another way to express your unique style and identity.

Browse our photos of cuts, colors, and styles and comment to let us know which ones you like.

Influences Trends

Trendy hair styles are definitely influenced by celebrities – including movie, music, and television stars. Back in the 1990s, when the television show “Friends” was popular, practically every girl aged 30 and younger told their hair dresser they wanted the “Rachel” cut. Today, some of the most popularly imitated celebrities are Britney Spears, Paris Hilton, and Jennifer Lopez. However, there are several others, including male celebrities, who have influenced how the world is currently wearing its hair.

Wednesday, July 11, 2007

Wears Punk Looks

Punk hair dos first came into fashion in the 1980s, when rock bands were focusing on alternative and experimental looks to make themselves unique and distinctive. The styles were quickly picked up by teenagers eager to express their individuality and rebellion against conformist society. Today, punk styles are still popular with alternative musicians and young people who prefer a lifestyle away from mainstream society such as gothic or rocker backgrounds. Mild versions of punk hair (unnaturally red hair in a traditional style, natural hair in a discreet Mohawk without shaved sides, etc.) are even becoming acceptable in most aspects of modern culture. Punk styles are also fun and popular costume dos.

Punk Hair Styles Type

Punk Hair Style
Most people can accurately identify punk styles because of their highly visible characteristics: wild colors, startling cuts, and funky styles. But not every unique hair style can be classified as punk, and if you are truly interested in the rebel look you should understand how each of these characteristics can be used to create a unique and vibrant style.

Tuesday, July 10, 2007

Short Hairstyle

This is a fabulous and flexible short cut which suits many face shapes. The hair has been layered all over and razored and flicked on the ends for texture and a gorgeous messy effect. The bangs have been cut mid-length to change the geometry of the style and to draw attention to the eyes.

Monday, July 9, 2007

Prom Hairstyles

Asian Prom Hairstyles We Fell in Love With

Bangs We (short models)

Bangs We Love Gone is the 'curtain hair' -- long hair with no bangs that just hangs limply along the face. Today's freshest looks show off many different types of bangs

Friday, July 6, 2007

Natural hair products

Cosmetic companies spend hundred of millions of dollars every year to convince you that their products are better than the rest, but have you ever compared an expensive bottle of shampoo and a cheap one? Ever compared the ingredients? If you have you already know that they are almost identical, the only difference is the claims made on the bottle. Some claim to add shine or help re-growth but the reality is cosmetic companies are legally allowed to lie to us, they can say pretty much what ever they want about their product as long as they give a full and truthful list of ingredients.

Thursday, July 5, 2007

Cellebrity Hairstyle

medium style most popular types of hairstyles

Protecting our skin (and hair) from winter's grasp

Hair and skin loving ingredients:

Hair Herbs: rosemary, nettle, chamomile, calendula, horsetail, geranium, carrot.

Hair Oils: jojoba, wheat germ, evening primrose, almond, avocado, flaxseed.

Now that winter is in full swing, it's time to evaluate your personal care regimen. Just as you change your wardrobe from season to season, so should you shift your approach to caring for your skin and hair. This must mean that you can forget about using the sunscreen you needed in July, right? Wrong.

Although we do tend to spend more time indoors during the winter months, it doesn't mean we no longer need to protect our skin from the sun. For those who are challenged by winter sports, the need for protection is even greater. The exposure to ultraviolet light (UVA and UVB) may seem more subtle in winter than in summer, but, even on the most overcast winter day, the sun shines through and is reflected from surfaces, especially if the ground is covered with snow. Whether it be from a tinted foundation, or from a moisturizing lotion, a daily application of a sunscreen with an SPF (sun protection factor) between 15 to 30 is essential for everyone.