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6 Way-Back Wedding Hairstyles with Elegance

6 Way-Back Wedding Hairstyles with Elegance

Usually on Thursdays, we give you tips on how to recreate or update styles from the era spotlighted that week’s Timeline Tuesday article. Today, though, we’re going to do something a little different: we’re going to add in some looks from Victorian and earlier times and show you ways to update them for regal wedding looks.
Why? Well, early 20th and late 19th century styles just generally lend themselves to formal occasions and striking portraits. And what is more formal – or calls for more portraits – than a wedding? So here are your top six throwback hairstyles and the…
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Timeline Tuesday: Head-Turning Turn-of-the-Century Hairstyles

Timeline Tuesday: Head-Turning Turn-of-the-Century Hairstyles

Timeline Tuesday is a continuing series, looking back at hairstyles and trends of the past, to draw inspiration for the future. Check in every Tuesday for style ideas that build on retro looks to create new profiles, and get how-to instructions and tips every Thursday.
One hundred years is definitely a long time ago. For many young women today, it is probably hard to imagine a time when electricity was rare, the Internet not even dreamed of, and television still fifty years away. Yet the hair styles of the early twentieth century are not so hard to understand, and many…
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Preventable Hair Loss: Signs, Symptoms, and Treatment of Trichorrhexis Nodosa

Preventable Hair Loss: Signs, Symptoms, and Treatment of Trichorrhexis Nodosa

Most women know about alopecia and female pattern balding, the two most commonly-cited culprits for female hair loss. More and more people are starting to learn about trichotillomania, the underpublicized hair-pulling disease. However, too few people know about a very prevalent and completely preventable hair condition called trichorrhexis nodosa (pronounced “TRICK-or-EX-iss no-DOE-sa”).
Trichorrhexis nodosa is a disorder marked by weakening and clumping of the hair shaft, so that an individual strand of hair affected by this condition will have thickened nodes or bulbs alternated with thin, weak points in the hair shaft. These changes in thickness lead to easy breakage…
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10 Simple Tips for Wearing Hair Short and Slick

10 Simple Tips for Wearing Hair Short and Slick

This week’s Timeline Tuesday featured some very smart short hair styles from the 1920s and 1930s. And since the Jazz Age, short and sleek has always been a great style option for women on the move, whether during the 60s with models like Twiggy or again in the 90s and 2000s with many popular hip-hop and R&B acts. Yet many times, these seemingly simple coifs can go awry if the little details aren’t covered. So here are a few secrets to pulling off a sleek, chic hairstyle with minimal fuss and maximum glamour.

Always start with wet hair. For kinkier…
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Consumer Alert: Know Your Brazilian Blowout

Ladies please be aware! Recent government tests have found that getting popular Brazilian Blowout hair straightening treatments may pose serious health risks, including breathing problems.
After many stylists and customers complained of breathing problems and even hair loss, government agencies in the US and Canada obtained samples of the product and ran tests to determine what ingredients could be causing these illnesses. What they discovered was that the Brazilian Blowout solution – which manufacturers claim to be “formaldehyde free” – actually does release formaldehyde into the air.  And yes, that is the same formaldehyde used by funeral homes to preserve…
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Timeline Tuesday: Roar into Style with Vintage 1920s and 1930s Hairstyles

Timeline Tuesday: Roar into Style with Vintage 1920s and 1930s Hairstyles

Timeline Tuesday is a continuing series, looking back at hairstyles and trends of the past, to draw inspiration for the future. Check in every Tuesday for style ideas that build on retro looks to create new profiles, and get how-to instructions and tips every Thursday.
Much like the past few decades, the 1920s and 1930s were a period of boom and bust, big spending followed by hard times, a “high life” and then a low period. However, in the face of both the better times and the worse, women managed to stay stylish. In fact, this era saw some of…
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Timeline Tuesday: 40s and 50s Hairstyle Flair

Timeline Tuesday: 40s and 50s Hairstyle Flair

Timeline Tuesday is a continuing series, looking back at hairstyles and trends of the past, to draw inspiration for the future. Check in every Tuesday for style ideas that build on retro looks to create new profiles, and get how-to instructions and tips every Thursday.

Want to sport some of the most glamorous, yet manageable hairstyles ever worn on stage and screen? With World War II pushing more women into the workplace, the beginnings of the Civil Rights movement chipping away at old barriers, and televisions invading more and more households, the 1940s and 1950s were a time of great…
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Trichotillomania: Very Personal Losses

Trichotillomania: Very Personal Losses

For the majority of people, a full head of hair is something to be prized, an indication of beauty and health. For others, hair is to be sacrificed, to maintain a humble spirit and balanced soul. However, for millions of men and women suffering from trichotillomania, otherwise known as “trich” (“trick”), hair can cause real anguish, as – regardless of their attitude toward their locks – these people suffer from an uncontrollable urge to pull their hair out by the root. It is estimated that between 2 and 4 percent of Americans suffer from this disease, and yet there is…
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Contouring: How to Sculpt the Face You Want with Makeup

Contouring: How to Sculpt the Face You Want with Makeup

Every woman has a few features she wouldn’t mind changing, whether muffin tops, scarred legs, or an absence of hips. And for most of these problem areas there are simple fixes: girdles, high-heeled shoes, pantyhose, and even padded underwear have long been staples of the female camouflage arsenal. But what about facial features? What if a woman wants her nose, cheeks, eyes, or chin to look different, but does not want the danger and expense of surgery?
The easiest, safest way to solve these types of problems is with facial contouring, using little more than everyday cosmetics. Here are a…
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Homemade Beauty 101: Make an Easy Clarifying Shampoo

Homemade Beauty 101: Make an Easy Clarifying Shampoo

When your hair seems bogged down by styling products or dirt, or just won’t seem to come to life like it used to, you probably need a good clarifying shampoo. Clarifiers strip away all the dirt and residue other shampoos, conditioners, and hair products leave behind, freeing your hair to have body, movement, and even a brighter color again. Yet some store-bought clarifying treatments can be expensive, not to mention harsh, sucking all the moisture out of locks, as well as stripping your hair color. So here’s a recipe for a simple, homemade clarifying shampoo that’s guaranteed to leave hair…
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