Hairstylist Monaè Everett shows us how to copy Mandy Moore's glamorous 'do in a matter of minutes using an often forgotten feature on blow dryers.
Rapper and comedian John Whitfield — better known as DC Young Fly — recently attempted to give his little girl a curly new 'do and shared it on social media.
The key to Zendaya's effortless hairdo is using the right products. Having a well-proportioned haircut helps too.
"People used to tell me 'your hair has stayed the same length for years, why doesn't it grow?!' Well there's that theory debunked," wrote beauty blogger Jackie Aina.
We enlisted the help of celebrity hairstylist Nelson Vercher of the Rita Hazan Salon to help five Yahoo staffers easily update their everyday hairstyles.
During her time as the first lady of the United States, we saw Michelle Obama in lots of hairstyles — sleek and straight, wavy, permed, with bangs, in a chignon, you name it. The magic happened when Michelle and Barack hopped onto the deck to take pictures, because even the president had to capture the moment when they stepped onto a super-yacht. Michelle let her usually perfectly placed hair fall around her shoulders, all bouncy and beautiful.
Yahoo’s Diversity in Beauty Awards (the DIBs) highlight and celebrate personalities, brands, and products that embody inclusiveness and innovation. We enlisted eight experts who have championed diversity in their careers and cover all bases of the beauty industry to vote on the best in makeup, skin care, hair care, and more. Here, DIBs judge Michelle Breyer opens up about “hating” her hair as a child and growing to love it through creating a community where all curls are appreciated and embraced.
With curly hair, the idea of an easy updo — one that isn’t just a bun or a sad, floppy ponytail — can seem as unimaginable as a Kardashian without contour. In search of a better (but still easy) way to style curls up and away from the face, the Cut spoke to celebrity hairstylist Cynthia Alvarez, who counts Alicia Keys and Shakira as clients. Revisiting a style she once created for Keys, Alvarez demonstrated how anyone, but especially curly ladies, can elevate the boring ponytail into a mohawk-inspired updo. ...
Brides with curly hair should stay clear from using hair products containing sulfates since they tend to dry out curls, leaving your hair brittle and extremely frizzy.
Are you sure you’re using the best curling iron and products to achieve your desired look? Whether your ends’ end game is Veronica Lake ‘40s chic or small spirals, here are the expert-approved tips and tricks to get there. Related: Make Your Blowdry Last 3 Extra Days Kardashian-Style Cascading Curls: Butterfly Studio Salon expert stylist Dana Tizzio recommends using a 1 ¼-inch iron, like this one from Hot Tools.
According to Dove Hair's data, one in three women in the US has curly hair—but you’d never know it. It’s easy to forget that A-listers like Nicole Kidman, Julia Roberts, Jennifer Hudson, and Taylor Swift all had gorgeous curls—and then they abandoned them, favoring sleek strands on camera, on stage, and on the red carpet. I’ve always had really curly hair, literally from day one. I grew up with only the men in my family having similar curls and hair texture. Thankfully in recent years, there’s definitely been a curly hair movement as women ditch their straightening treatments in favor of their natural curls and trade in their flat irons for curling irons.