HOW TO STYLE MEDIUM HAIR:
Do a classic side part and keep hair down all day.
Pull back big curls to show off your pretty face, by using headbands.
Flip up the ends, a la Mary Tyler Moore.
Make your undo as unique as your color.
Tease that crown. Smooth, headband, done.
Go for long layers and a natural-looking shade of brown, the girl next doo 'do!
Try an overside Material Girl-inspired bow.
Pony up. Can't go wrong with this simple style.
Give ruby red hair a sophisticated twist front, make a bun on the back.
Tuck two cornrows into a neat little bun.
Tie on a ribbon. Blair Waldorf would approve!
Creat a cutesy side-swept fishtail braid.
Bring on the Technicolor to update a retro look.
Try DIY hair accessories - no rules apply!
Weave ribbon into a braided headband.
Wear a chill beanie and let your hair be.
Mix leave-in conditioner and alcohol-free gel to style springy, crunch-free curls. Wear a fedora hat.
Do you like the movie the Hunger Games? I haven't seen it, but I saw it briefly during their trailer. My hairstyle (for weeks) came from the movie, and have seen them last week during Dancing with the Stars. Dayana Mendoza the Miss Universe, recently on the Apprentice had that same hairstyle, & recently Florence Welch wore her hair during the Met Gala. Google her. Took about 10 mins. to do, use bobby pins to secure the braids to your head. Magazines called that the Goddess look or the Halo crown. I've seen it in The Savages. Kelly Osborne wore it during Fashion Police 10-8-12.
THINK BIG: The new blowout is all about big, bouncy volume. Start blow-drying hair with a large barrel brush, set in loose pin curls for 10 minutes, then shake out until ends are wavy.
Grunge rock and roll meets retro punk - example Kristen Stewart @ the MTV Award. Sexy, textured and undone hair.
Soft updos and silk scarves at Dolce & Gabbana. The summery hair at Dolce was anchored by beautiful printed scarves that hairstylist Guido Paulo wrapped around textured, pulled-apart updos. He started by rough-drying the models' hair with mousse before pinning it into an updo that was "not really a twist, not really a knot, just exactly how a Sicilian woman would pin her hair up," he said. To keep the headband from looking severe, Paulo left a few centimeters of the hairline exposed, covered the very tops of the ears with the scarf, and tied it on the side.
Messy knots at Marni. The inspiration for this look was Saturday-morning errands. In other words, "a bad ponytail," said hairstylist Paul Hanlon. "It’s very organic, very real—almost like a [model] coming in for a fitting." Before blow-drying, he applied Tigi Bed Head Superstar Queen for a Day Thickening Spray to add grip and volume. He created a side part, then swept hair across the forehead and gathered it into a ponytail at the nape of the neck. He split the tail in two, teased both sides, and secured a loop using U-shaped pins. He smoothed down the sides with Elnett to refine it a bit.