Posts Tagged ‘hair ideas for long hair’

How to get Amanda Seyfried’s Hair and Makeup from her own Tips!

Thursday, May 13th, 2010

Photo Credit:

Photo Credit: Michel Comte for InStyle

Amanda Seyfried, she-of-the-hypnotizing-eyes, is on the cover of InStyle Hair right now. And you have to admit, it’s hard not to want some nice Amanda Seyfried hair of your very own (we know you’d treat it right!).

It is so long, wavy and shiny. And hey – we are running a giveaway sponsored by Dove (who is working with Glee!) for amazing conditioners that will be the first step in having similar hair. (Hint, hint! Go enter!)

Psst. Hiya! If you’re new to the site, make sure to check out our review and giveaway section because we have several AMAZING giveaway’s each month!

Amanda talked to InStyle Hair about her hair tips and makeup preferences: ... Read More

Kristen Bell Gives Us a Hairdo Idea

Tuesday, November 24th, 2009

kristen bell when in rome hair

I used to have a scrapbook of cute hair ideas using magazine pulls that I’d arrange in a binder. Yea…I’m kind of weird. (Is it weird I also had fashion, decor, and makeup idea binders?) But, whatever! It’s helpful. Sometimes you forget what to do with your hair other than the basic things you ALWAYS do. One hairdo I like that is SO easy to do is something that Kristen Bell has actually worn on the illustrious red carpet.

The technique for the hairstyle is to pull up the middle front section of your hair and clip it – either to the side or straight back. (This is a great hairstyle to use for showing off earrings.) Then you collect the remaining hair and pull it all over to the side and loop it there. You can make it really casual by just using an elastic band and looping your hair in a half pony-tail. If you curl your hair first the entire effect will look a bit fancier. And you can also use one of those fabric flowers on an elastic band to make it look great.

A variation on this is to pull your hair back in a clip as I already said, and then separate the remaining hair into low pigtails anchored to the front, under your ears.

Yet ANOTHER variation is to use a headband instead of clipping the top part of your hair back. Follow as ... Read More