Need some ideas for your hair for tomorrow night? There’s no quicker way to add lustre to an outfit than with a main of glossy locks, Argos have come up with the eight on-trend ideas below to get your ‘do looking fabulous fast. If you try something you like, why not give a present to yourself and invest in your tresses? Argos has a hotter-than-hot range of Babyliss hair stylers and handy hair straighteners to help you get the look you love for the whole of 2013. After all, good hair is not just for date night!
Ballerina bun Messy high-knots have been a hipster staple for a long time now – but a sleek-ified version will add a dash of glamour. Twist
Typically when we look at runway pictures from Mercedes-Benz New York Fashion Week, we think, um, OK, maybe we could wear that if we were, like, a foot taller. Or if it were the year 2385 and we lived on Venus. The point is, most of this high fashion stuff is way out there — and looks a little odd when worn on non-model mortals. Like us.
But not everything shown at New York Fashion Week is totally bizarre. Some of it is actually really cute and wearable. Sure, there will always be the avant-garde designers who like to push the envelope, but then there are the more accessible designers who create stuff we can actually imagine wearing to the office or out to drinks. Read more…
Burlington Coat Factory plans to open a new 74,000-square-foot store in early March at Great Northern Plaza in North Olmsted. The off-price retail chain carries brand-name women’s apparel, juniors fashions, menswear, children’s clothes, family footwear, accessories and furniture. The new location will also carry baby furniture and accessories, home decor, gifts and –of course –coats.
“We are thrilled to open a new Burlington in the North Olmsted community, bringing jobs to the neighborhood and providing residents with a valued shopping experience,” Thomas Kingsbury, Burlington Coat Factory president and chief executive officer, stated in a news release.
It was another epic weekend for the beauty world with all manner of wonderful hair and makeup looks on display. From Beyonce at the Superbowl to her younger sister Solange at a fashion party, weve picked the best ones for you.
Last week we invited you to join us for the Clear Scalp & Hair Beauty Therapy challenge. The challenge was to use their Damage & Color Repair line for seven days and share the results with you. Did you sign up and win samples of the line? How did it go?
Kayla and I both took the challenge and we both loved our results. Keep reading for before and after shots and the results of our seven day challenge.
First, a little background on our hair habits I do not wash my hair everyday. I do this to try and preserve my hair coloring as much as possible.
Ah, “Clueless.” The movie that brought us mini backpacks, fuzzy pens, and the ultimate burn of all time: “You’re a virgin who can’t drive.”
No matter how many years go by (18, to be exact, and woah, we feel super old now), the 1995 teen comedy always seems to stay relevant. It’s one of those classic movies that’s, like, totally timeless. This past October, “Entertainment Weekly” brought the cast back together for a special reunion-themed issue, and fashion brand Wildfox Couture just released their “Clueless”-inspired spring lookbook.
And while there’s much to love about “Clueless,” we’re clearly the most obsessed with the fashion. Read more…
To find out what’s in (and out) for the new year, we checked in with Amata Woodward of Lather in Rocky River, Kelly Miron of Powder Room Makeup Oasis & Boutique in Woodmere, and Hollywood stylist Sydne Summer. Here are their picks for the top trends for 2013.
Short hair: Last year we said the hair trend of 2012 be Emma Watson’s superchic pixie but women would lose their nerve after plopping down in the stylist’s chair. This year, we predict women are feeling brave, empowered and ready to go for it — and Woodward agrees.