The rapper showed off her bold travel style this weekend.
The Federal Communications Commission received an influx of complaints after the rappers performed at the 63rd annual Grammy Awards last month.
Ahead, take a look back at how fashion has changed over the years for celebs from Jennifer Lopez to Britney Spears. Color and a bold statement has clearly always been Miley's thing. Can you guess Kate's favorite red carpet pose?
The fashion crowd agrees.
Including tips and products you'll need for these cool 'dos.
It was all one length and because I have loose wavy hair, all of the volume was at the ends. Luckily, my hairstylist Anabel Santos knew just what I needed: layers. My wavy hair also tends to be very frizzy so Santos treated it with the K18 Leave-In Molecular Repair Hair Mask ($75) after shampooing to help moisturize and repair any damage.
It's surprisingly low-maintenance.
You've probably heard about how helpful leave-in conditioners can be for every hair type, but it's time to actually pick one up—and use it routinely—if you've been putting off the extra work. "It's much easier to keep your hair in good condition than to repair it once the damage is already done," says celebrity hairstylist Rob Talty, who works with Christina Aguilera. Ideal for curly and coily hair, this leave-in conditioner locks in moisture without weighing down spirals, so all your left with is shiny, supple, and bouncy hair.
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With a combination of in-person moments and virtual nominees and attendees, it wasn't as easy as it usually is to spot all the amazing celebrity hair and makeup moments at the 2021 BAFTA Film Awards, which were held over the course of two days at Royal Albert Hall. Luckily, we were still able to get up close and personal looks at some of our favorite celebrities' hair and makeup from the event (mostly from Instagram, to be honest). For the big event, we spotted one of 2021's biggest hairstyle trends, the bubble ponytail, on Priyanka Chopra Jonas, graphic black liner on Ashley Madekwe, and a few statement lipstick looks thanks to Gugu Mbatha-Raw and Phoebe Dynevor.
The 93rd annual Academy Awards, unlike other award shows this season, is expected to be an in-person production when it airs live on April 25.
As the days get longer, the temperatures slowly begin to rise, and the vaccine rollout steadily continues, we're looking forward to incorporating more outdoor activities into our daily lives - safely, of course. For my foray into the world, my garment of choice is, has, and may very well always be bike shorts. How do I love thee?
Listen, don't even for a second be sad about how quickly summer comes and goes, because once you flip through this gallery of fall 2021 hair trends, you'll be racing to your salon to switch out that summer hair look of yours. Like, listen, I love long beach waves or braids as much as next person, but the very second the leaves start changing colors, I, too, start thinking about changing my hair color (...and cut and style). You love all the deets on hair trends.
Summer is calling.
During the pandemic, we’ve all been living through our screens, absorbing what society perceives to be beautiful, and in turn, sharing the version of ourselves that we think is beautiful. But our relationship with beauty and how we choose to express it is much more complex: It’s a connection to your culture, a coping mechanism, a lifestyle, or a work of art. In our first season of Beauty Out There, in partnership with Ulta Beauty, we’re meeting four LA locals whose looks and rituals are as personal as they are powerful, proving that beauty can be a conduit to the most authentic and confident version of yourself. Feeling free is a running theme in Julienne Brown’s life. Whether she’s cooking off-recipe or jotting down song lyrics in her journal, the self-described “free spirit” and Los Angeles-based musician, fashion recruiter, and all-around creative likes to forge her path only in ways that feel most authentic to her. This mindset is especially true when it comes to how she chooses to wear her hair. “I’ve wanted locs ever since I was a little kid,” she recalls, noting how her mother would never allow her to wear the style growing up in Michigan. After she moved out of the house to go to college, she started wearing her hair in twists which — while attending music festivals — eventually turned into locs on their own. To her, they became a form of rebellion against society. “My locs represent my choice to be the truest version of myself. For far too long, Black women have been under pressure about their hair,” Brown says, having personally experienced microaggressions regarding her hair at previous jobs (which is part of a larger cultural issue around hair-based discrimination in the workplace that movements like The Crown Act are actively fighting back against). “Locs lifted that pressure for me. I no longer care what my hair ‘should’ look like.” Now, at her dream job as a recruiter for fashion and creative roles, she makes her own schedule and embraces her individual style, all while following her passion as a singer-songwriter working on her next EP. While locs represent freedom for Brown, they also symbolize commitment — not just in a long-term sense (she plans to wear them for life), but also as a daily form of self-care. “When I’m taking care of my locs, I am the most connected to myself,” she says. “It’s a meditative experience.” When it comes to her loc routine, Brown’s philosophy is less-is-more. “I try to use organic, healthy products,” she says, mentioning rose water and lavender oil. She’ll do a wash day every two weeks, along with a detox treatment every three months. While she likes to keep it simple, occasionally she’ll style her locs into pigtails or wear them in braids for a few days to give them a curl. “My locs are a record of who I am and where I’ve been,” she says. “They carry my history.” Watch the entire video above to learn more about Brown, her loc routine, and her personal style. Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?
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Just look at how far she's come since the "bond villian" baby bangs stage.
No brassiness here!