Here is a complete listing of all of our articles having to do with the topic of " Hairstyle Trends"
For fuller, shinier hair, look no further! The straight form blunt haircut offers a sleek, easy style that helps to create volume and sheen. These Blunt Hairstyles are hot!
There are some adorable hair trends to pick from this season. The Long Bob, Bright Pops of Color, The Low Pony, and Flirty Head Scarf are our picks for spring.
When it comes to hair trends for spring I always take note of what I’ve seen at global fashion weeks, especially New York Fashion Week. Come take a look at what I see.
From the rock n' roll urban style at the Rachel Zoe show to the ultra romantic chignons at Valentino, this year is going to be another inspired year for gorgeous hair!
Lindsay Hausch is all over the hot medium length hairstyles. She's got advice for which face shapes, DIY How to styling tips and even product recommendations.
If you're in a hairstyle rut, one of these great short hairstyles will take your look from blah to bold and sexy. Lindsay nails these hot new looks. Don't miss it!
The evolution of the modern Bob haircut never ceases to amaze me. Each new season we have a whole new generation of great looks to play with. Come see this seasons delights.
What celebrities know about 2013 trending hairstyles that you may not have considered. Lindsay gives a glimpse into the style vault with all the hot looks.
Our annual review of last years hair style trends. Come take a look at our choices and a peek at the celebrity hairstyles we saw on last years red carpet.
If you are a fashionista who wants to stay on the cutting edge of fashion the Golden Globe is a season must. Here we have 12 of our picks for the hot 2013 Hairstyle Trends.
What are the hot new 2013 hair color trends? Ice Queen Blonde, Pretty Pastels, Burnt Browns, Pops of Color, Red & Purple Ombre. We've got some great pics. Don't miss it!
Glossy hair is a hot hairstyle trend for 2013. Hairstylist Barb Quinn, weighs in on this one with some great insider how to tips for glossy hair. Don't miss it!
No Hairstyle Trend Lasts Forever!!
I saw this in today’s news and couldn’t resist passing it along. I’m kind of wondering, what was she thinking? Does anyone else get one big, hulking headache, just picturing this? However, she seems to be a determined young soul who must do what destiny begs of her to do. She is an Indian woman, who by nature is blessed with beautiful thick hair, but that still would not be reason enough, for most of us, to come to the conclusion that this is what we could do with it!
This got me thinking . . . every generation makes it’s own mark in the world of evolving hair. I figure, this woman must be working on just another alternative for the energy crisis we find ourselves in today! Who are we to say what this could evolve into? Just look at the effect some generations of the past have contributed to our hair trend history time-line.
- 500 B.C. in western Africa, sticks and clay are used as early versions of curlers and setting gel. The end result resembled dreadlocks.
- First century A.D.— Dark hair is fashionable among Romans, who create a dye from boiled walnuts and leeks.
- 1300′s — European women conditioned their hair with dead lizards boiled in olive oil.
- 1500′s — French women frizz their hair with heat, then sculpt it to towering heights.
- 1550 — “Blonding” becomes popular. One recipe for lightening hair calls for a mixture of honey, celandine roots, olive madder, white wine, cumin seed oil, box shavings and saffron. This was left on the hair for 24 hours then, washed off with lye and ashes.
- 1780′s — In France, long before the advent of punk, hair is powdered in blue, violet, white, pink and yellow pastels.
- 1860′s — Clip-on hair pieces come into fashion.
- 1905 — Charles Nestle creates the first permanent wave machine.
- 1920 — History records first hair dryer, inspired by the vacuum-cleaner hose.
- 1934 — “Dry cleaning” becomes a time saving alternative to shampooing. The two best-known “dry-cleaners” on the market are found to be highly flammable and toxic. One woman becomes disfigured when her “dry” shampoo explodes.
- 1971 — The first hand held hair dryer makes a new range of “blow and go” styles possible.
- 1975 — Endless variations on Afrocentric braids (cornrows) are widely embraced.
- 1988 — Sinead O’Connor’s shaved head starts a trend among rebellious young women.