Throughout my career I have found that great leaders have one thing in common that we can all live by: an internal quest for self-improvement and a st...
Will 2016 be your best hair year yet? It might just be with one or more of these 23 easy hairstyling tricks. Related: 9 Winter Skin-Care Tips Every ...
The Lipstick Index tracks how many times beauty trends are mentioned across Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and the Web at large and ranks them in real time. We compiled all that data to bring you what's been trending throughout the year.
In the mood for short hair? It's all about a tight crop this season. Here are 10 inspirations from the W archive to inspire your new look.
If your hair is in an awkward place right now and you need some styling options or you've just always wanted to channel your inner Pacino a la The Godfather, slicked-back hair can be a damn good look.
'Tis the season for volume! That's what a lot of us want for the Holidays. It's party time and we want to make a 'red carpet' entrance with some drama.
You may not realize it, but hair is political.
Many women find a good hair look or hairstyle and stay with it for years on end. Others, like me, have an uncontrollable desire to create new looks. If there was a hairstyle, a fad, a trend, you name it, from the sixties on, my poor unfortunate hair was the victim.
Maybe all you're doing next Saturday night is walking your little goblins around the neighborhood but, if you're lucky enough to be headed to a killer Halloween party, you already need great hair. Don't rely on the costume alone to turn heads for your big entry.
When I got the news that the Nobel Peace Prize was awarded Friday to a "quartet" of four Tunisian civil society groups, I was in the "AFOUFA" hair salon in La Marsa, an upscale suburb of Tunisia doing something I rarely do: getting my hair done.
Put that brush down! Each time you run a brush through your hair, you destroy the curls.
By Emilia Petrarca, W Magazine. (photos: Getty Images) When Justin Bieber arrived on the ...
Free-flowing locks make for an effortlessly romantic wedding-day look.
This week at the end of my cut, my hair stylist took off my cape, took a long look at me in the mirror and left me with, "Your hair is better, it is finally better. Turn around and look, it's finally better."
From high to low, perfectly coiled to messy, and everything in between, your mane options are endless.
I would absolutely advise rising stylists and makeup artists to audit salons. Maybe even go in for a service once or twice.