(Credit: Larry Busacca/Getty Images North America, Bennett Raglin/Getty Images North America, Cindy Ord/Getty Images North America)Kim Kardashian. Khloe Kardashian. Naya Rivera. Kate Mara... it seems as if a lot of boldface names have come down with a serious case of blonde ambition all of a sudden. But for every four or five freshly flaxen starlets flaunting their new hair hue out in Hollywood, there's one or two who have effectively resisted the bleach in lieu of taking the late Amy...Read Full Story
(Credit: Carlos Alvarez/Getty Images Europe, Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images North America) Rewind! Back in August of last year, we correctly called that bone-straight trend that happened during the latter part of 2013. Now we're back with our first primping prediction of 2014. In case you haven't noticed, the tress-tide is turning... and twisting... and twirling... back to a head full of voluminous curls.And it's not just any curl—it's the S-shape in particular that's gaining traction in...Read Full Story
(Photos Getty)We can't say that we've ever considered getting a fauxhawk. (No, not even back when we were rocking out to Blink 182 in our mom's mini van.) But we find we might just be converted to the edgy 'do after seeing a number of celebs channeling their inner punk lately with a fauxhawk updo. That's right, an updo.Last night Nina Dobrev demonstrated the new "it" style when she wore her brunette tresses in a beyond-cool knothawk—a term dubbed by her hairstylist Riawna Capri. The braid...Read Full Story
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Remember that marvelously messy updo Cate Blanchett rocked the other day? The one we couldn't even tell how it was constructed because it was chock full of texture and so mussed up (in a good way, of course)? Had it have been styled nice and neat, it would have looked exactly like Margot Robbie's hair at a The Wolf of Wall Street screening in L.A. earlier this week.Teased high at the hairline, tendrils left hanging on the sides, and...Read Full Story
Mohawk hairstyles were first popularized by punk subculture, but are also part of mainstream fashion. They are named after the Mohawk people, a group of Native Americans. See pictures, videos and articles about mohawk hairstyles here.