But will never tell you when their boss is nearby…
So you’re always ready for those after work drinks.
How did nobody come up with this earlier?!
Why, hello there secret multi-hued hair…
Even though we might spend half the morning trying to brush out any knots and tangles, sometimes a deliberate hair knot is the best (and surprisingly chic option) for a lazy hair day.
We’ll take you through each step of this hair tutorial to create a ponytail knot which suits all occasions.
- Brush through your hair well with a wide-tooth comb, then part your hair down the middle.
- Take the two sections of hair, and tie them into a knot at the nape of your neck.
- Tie the ends together with a clear elastic, then secure it again with the help of a few bobby pins. Choose a colour which is closest to the shade of your hair.
- Use a bit of texturising spray to add some volume to your ponytail by spritzing and crunching the hair between your fingers. Done!
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Fine hair can be frustrating to style. It gets easily weighed down with the wrong product or can fall flat after an hour. The good news is that there are plenty of options for fine-haired women, no matter what look you prefer. Here are some fine-haired celebrities that rock a variety of different styles.
Kiera shows that even fine hair can have a lot of body and movement. The subtle layers create volume to keep hair light while the messy part and volume at the crown break up the style so that it feels full. Texturising products can help achieve this look but should be used with a light hand; too much will give you the opposite effect and make hair look and feel greasy.
This shoulder-skimming cut is great for women with fine hair because it gives you a little bit of length without weighing hair down. The blunt ends give the illusion of thicker hair, but it’s still styled with enough texture so that it doesn’t look too heavy or severe. After blow drying hair with a round brush, run a flat iron over small sections to keep flyaways down and ensure that hair stays smooth and shiny. This cut is great for those who prefer a sleeker look, and it’s one of our favourite celebrity hairstyles.
Michelle might be growing out her famous pixie cut, but she’s created a completely inspiring short bob for the dreaded in-between length. The length on top gives her a bit to work with so she can create different looks. Slicked back or pushed forward across the forehead like bangs, you can achieve the same look with choppy layers and a bit of pomade. Add a pretty headband or a jewelled clip to dress up this style for any occasion.
Cameron has the ultimate sexy celebrity hairstyle. The shoulder-length cut is versatile, with long layers that frame her face, showcasing her gorgeous blue eyes. The key to this look is selecting the right products. Starting out with volumising shampoo and conditioner to lift hair at the roots while keeping it hydrated. Mousse paired with hot rollers will create natural waves. Finish it off with a light hairspray that will hold the style all day long to keep it from falling flat.
Jennifer is the ultimate chameleon, changing her hairstyle and colour every few months. Her current short crop shows that even fine-haired ladies can wear a super short do. After showering, spritz hair with a texturising sea-salt spray and blow dry with a diffuser. The sections at the front should be curled away from the face to open it up and highlight your best features.
What is your favourite fine-haired celebrity hairstyle?
After an endless winter, what better way to update your look than a with a hot new hair color? Chase away your post-winter blues with some hair color inspiration from five of our favorite celebrities.
Michelle Williams’ Platinum Blonde
If you’re thinking about going blonde, look no farther than Michelle Williams for inspiration. Michelle’s color is blonde done right. While many blonde dye jobs look very artificial, especially on short hair, Michelle’s is natural-looking and timeless.
Nicole Richie’s Lilac Locks
If you really want to make a statement, try lilac like Nicole Richie (who copied Kelly Osbourne, but who’s counting?). It’s not a look for everyone, but if you’re going to try an unconventional hair color, spring is the perfect time for opt for this on-trend pastel hue.
Karlie Kloss’ Honey Brown Hues
Update your brunette locks with hues of honey brown and golden highlights.This is a great hair colour choice if you don’t want to do anything too drastic, but still want a change for spring.
Rachel McAdam’s Striking Strawberry Blonde
Strawberry blonde is such a pretty hair color for spring, and no one wears it better than Rachel McAdam. With its golden undertones, it’s attention-grabbing but very wearable for anyone with fair skin. It is the perfect compliment to her shoulder-length, textured layers.
Cara Delevingne’s Dirty Blonde
The supermodel sets hair color trends every time she updates her look (pretty much every week) and we’re fascinated by her latest choice, going dirty blonde. Great for those with blonde or golden brown hair, keep it looking fresh by using color protectant products and a shine serum.
Long, glamourous hair was the look of the day at the Blumarine A/W 2012 show at Milan Fashion Week. Here’s how Pantene Global Stylist Ambassador Sam McKnight created the look in 8 easy steps.
“I wanted to create a hair look that was grown up sexy but with a youthful ‘unfinished’ feeling to it,” said McKnight. “I wanted the hair to shine with health so that it worked with the shiny, metallic effects of the collection, almost as if the hair was actually part of the clothing collection.
Get the look:
1. The perfect base for this look is freshly washed and conditioned hair. Pantene Pro-V Nature Fusion Shampoo and Conditioner works well for a light finish as it nourishes the hair without adding weight.
2. For hair stressed by over styling, supplement your hair care regimen with a treatment mask such as Pantene Pro-V Nature Fusion Intensive Penetrating Treatment.
3. Apply Pantene Pro-V Nature Fusion Root Lift Mist to wet hair and comb through.
4. Dry hair back away from the face using a medium round bristle brush.
5. As you dry the hair, clip each blow dried section in to place and spray with Pantene Pro-V Body Builder Hairspray.
6. When finished drying, create a rough middle parting at the front of the head, then take 2-3 sections of the hair at the crown of the head and backcomb, apply Pantene Pro-V Body Builder Hairspray to the backcombed section, then brush through, finally ruffle with fingers to keep the look natural.
7. Release all the clipped sections of hair and brush through with a soft bristle brush.
8. Finally, set the look in place with a spritz of Pantene Pro-V Body Builder Hairspray.
Are you a fan of Blumarine’s long, glamourous hair?