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Timeline Tuesday: Get Inspired by Groovy 60s Hairstyles

Timeline Tuesday: Get Inspired by Groovy 60s 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.
Without a doubt, the 1960s were the biggest decade of change in American history. The Vietnam War and protests, the counterculture movement, the Civil Rights movement and legislation – everything in the country seemed to get turned upside-down. This is no less true for fashion and hairstyles; the hairstyles of the 60s showed the same…
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5 Truths About Transitioning from Relaxed to Natural Hair

Considering going natural, so you can rocks locs like India Arie, an Afro like Jill Scott or one of our 70s sisters from last week, or riotous curls like Tracee Ellis Ross and Rachel True? Before you take the plunge, here are the five most important things you need to know about natural black hair and making the transition from relaxed to natural.
1. You’ll have to cut it. There, we said it. It’s out there, and like ripping off a Band-Aid, it’s best to get this statement confirmed and carried out right away. Although many women dread the thought…
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Half Up, Half Down Hairstyles: A Second Look

Half Up, Half Down Hairstyles: A Second Look

On Tuesday, we looked back at some of the most popular hairstyles of the 70s, including the ever-so-straight locks of the Brady sisters, Marcia and Jan. These simple looks are fairly timeless – yet, somehow, the 2010s have managed to turn them upside down. So if you’re considering taking the earthy-yet-refined styles of the 70s and updating them for the new era, here are a few tips:

Start with the right length for your look. For great wedding hair or more formal events, longer locks will make an impression. Try fusion or clip-on extensions, or a half wig to really…
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18 Ways to Spice Up Your Bath for Simple Aromatherapy Skin Care

18 Ways to Spice Up Your Bath for Simple Aromatherapy Skin Care

As the week draws toward its close, the stresses and weariness of the week can build up. Deadlines and frustrating co-workers, mounting chores, and even small troubles can build up, until you just need a nice soak to relax and forget all your troubles. But did you know that certain herbs, added to your bath, can help even more? The following herbs, spices, and natural leaves give great aromatherapy and skin care benefits, without the expense of essential oils or fancy bath treatments.
The Rejuvenators
To get rid of fatigue and stress at the end of the day or the…
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Timeline Tuesday: Get Inspired by Dy-no-mite 1970s Hairstyles

Timeline Tuesday: Get Inspired by Dy-no-mite 1970s 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.
From the streets to the disco halls to the halls of high schools and colleges, the 1970s were a time of change. For women and minorities, a new era of freedom started to emerge on the horizon. For nearly everyone in America, old values and ideas were being challenged, and the styles of the decade…
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Homemade Beauty 101: Kool-Aid Hair Dye

Homemade Beauty 101: Kool-Aid Hair Dye

With bold, Crayola-colors like green, pink, and burgundy cycling back into style, now might be a good time to consider spicing up your hair color. But even though you’re all read-up on different types of hair dye applications, some of you might be wondering if there’s still another way. Some others of you might have heard about an inexpensive, easy way to try new hair colors and funkier shades, but aren’t quite sure how to do it. Well, there is another method, and it can be a time- and money-saver – hair coloring at home with Kool Aid drink mix….
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Top 5 All-Natural Oils for Dry Hair and Skin

Top 5 All-Natural Oils for Dry Hair and Skin

Nourishing your hair, skin, and scalp with natural oils doesn’t have to mean breaking the bank with fancy, specialty products from online shops or health-food stores. Some of the best moisturizers on the market can be found on your grocer’s shelves. Here are just a few of the top, reasonably-priced beauty oils:

Olive oil: A great all-purpose moisturizer. Use to give hair great strength, sheen, and suppleness, especially as a hot oil treatment for dry hair. Just make sure to rinse it out, as olive oil is one of the heavier products out there. For skin, simply smooth in a…
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Choosing the Right Hair Color Application

Choosing the Right Hair Color Application

Last week, we talked about choosing the right shade of hair color, whether burgundy, brown, purple, or lemon yellow. There’s more to the story, though, as deciding to dye your hair involves lots of other considerations, including which type of hair dye to use. Different hair dye applications get different results, and last for varying amounts of time. To make the best choice for your hair and desired look, it’s best to know your options. Here is a quick rundown.
Most hair dyes come in one of three or four formulas: temporary, semi-permanent, demi-permanent, or permanent. Each has its own…
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Cool Out: 10 Low to No Heat Hairstyling Methods

Cool Out: 10 Low to No Heat Hairstyling Methods

One of the biggest factors in hair loss, split ends, and other hair damage is dryness. Even for women with fairly healthy balances of natural oils in their scalps, overuse of blow dryers, flat irons, curling irons, and other styling tools can mean fried, brittle, or broken-off locks. So one of the simplest ways to combat desert dryness is to go for low-heat, or even heat-free, styling techniques. Below are just a few of your options, along with the kind of look you’ll create by using them:
No Heat Methods: All-Natural, Baby!
Technique                              Results

Detangle and air-dry, loose
Depending on…
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1 Simple Secret for a Perfect High Ponytail

1 Simple Secret for a Perfect High Ponytail

Earlier this week, we looked back at the 1990s and the rise—literally—of the high ponytail as a favorite hairstyle. This versatile look has been rocked on red carpets and catwalks, at house parties, and in offices over the years, proving that the ponytail is not just a child’s style anymore.
But what if you don’t quite have the length or natural volume to achieve one of those down-to-there ponytail hair styles? Women with short hair cuts or medium length hair styles should still be able to sport updos, and here is one simple tip for pulling it off: fake it….
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