The 24-year-old daughter of President Trump showed off a new 'do -- sleek-straight locks with a middle part and long bangs -- with celebrity hairstylist Jose Eber at his salon in Beverly Hills over the weekend.
The 23-year-old "Bad at Love" singer shared a dazzling video on Instagram of herself wearing a black side-slit sequined dress, scarlet red lipstick, and a tightly curled blond pixie hair look.
Over the years, Kim Kardashian West has arguably been named queen of the contour and thanks to makeup maestros such as Mario Dedivanovic and hair architects such as Jen Atkin in her glam squad she’s able to switch up her looks at the drop of a dime. In 2017, she did just that, and in the process the beauty queen has morphed into a bit of a beauty chameleon. Admiring her post, one fan shared, “Kanye is a very lucky man,” referring to how happy her hubby Kanye West must be to have her as his wife.
What do ponytail brows, discounted injectables, and wavy lips all have in common? They’re all beauty trends that would be better off left in 2017. As we approach the new year, it’s important to reflect on the past year and distinguish which looks shouldn’t make it into 2018. Ahead, hair experts sound off on the styles they'd like to leave behind. You May Also Like: 12 Beauty Trends That Are So Passé A post shared by Kim Kardashian West (@kimkardashian) on Jun 6, 2017 ...
The "2 Broke Girls" alum talks about getting bangs — and how she started to wear red lipstick at 14 and has never looked back.
He celebrates his work with a dance and admits that he's still working on other hairstyles, including a braid.
J.Crew has critics calling the brand out for irresponsible hairstyling. J.Crew is being called out on Twitter for irresponsibly styling a black model’s natural hair — and people have a lot to say about it. Atlanta-based makeup artist Dae Louise took to Twitter to post a screenshot from J.Crew’s website where a model is pictured with what’s supposed to be a “messy bun” — but is really just a mess.
The “Famous in Love” actress has always been something of a hair chameleon, but she usually keeps it long. “Do we like the short?” she asked in a post showing her new look.
Can braids be forbidden in the workplace because they don’t look professional, or is this discriminatory? Who gets to decide? A clothing store worker’s experience is raising these questions.
One of the coolest haircuts of the '60s and '70s — heavy, cheekbone-skimming, softly cut fringe — has made a comeback as of late. First popularized by the inimitable Brigitte Bardot, whose fringe began at her center parting and swept in a curve to her cheekbones, the effortless cut has spawned homages aplenty. Countless actresses — think Sienna Miller, Léa Seydoux, and Kerry Washington — have gone for the look, while models like Freja Beha Erichsen and Alanna Arrington keep their '70s bangs in check among the constant on-shoot hair changes.
John Travolta has been, as he memorably says in "Grease," rockin’ and rollin’ (and whatnot) for decades, and so has his hair — albeit in many different forms.
She’s famous for playing a blonde on the big-hit HBO show, but Clarke, a brunette in real life, has managed to go unrecognized on the street and even in auditions. Those days are over.
As natural hair is celebrated more now than ever before, it’s exciting to see beautifully textured strands show up front and center during the 2017 Emmy Awards. All eyes were on Uzo Adubo and her lovely large Afro, along with Yara Shahidi and Gabrielle Union, who went with pulled-back curly looks.
At the 69th Emmy Awards, veteran actress Jane Fonda’s youthful look and Ariana Grande-esque high ponytail belied her 79 years and had heads turning.
The energy from the World Afro Day conference spread onto social media, where women, men, and children shared stunning photos of their 'fros.