Thursday, July 30, 2009

Different Hairstyles of Heidi Montag

Heidi Montag’s different Hairstyles

A popular television show ‘The Hills’ is also notorious for the trendy hairstyles of it actress, including Hiedi Montag who is also famous for her villain role. She has a blonde, thick and naturally curly hair. She keeps on changing her hairstyle every season and that makes her the most stylish one. Some of her admired hairstyles are.

The Hills-Fashion and Hairstyles: Heidi Montag

- Heidi’s summer’s hairstyle giving her a perfect look for the summers, leaving her blonde hair straight with few soft bends in it is goes well with her outfits and long and parting them from the centre make her look stylish.

The Hills-Fashion and Hairstyles: Beautiful Heidi Montag

- By keeping them straight and parting them form the centre suits her personality and look well on her formal outfit.

The Hills-Fashion and Hairstyles: Wavy Heidi Montag

- She gives a wavy look to her hair by keeping them straight on the top, few soft bends and layers in the bottom give a glance of movement to them. This hairstyle looks trendy with her stylish outfit.

The Hills-Fashion and Hairstyles: Happy Couple

Her versatile hairstyles are very inspiring for those who are looking for a change in their looks. Adapting her hairstyle is not a difficult task; just make sure about your hair length and color matches up with her.

Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Scene hair-Scene Coontail

Scene hair-Scene Coontail

Scene Coontail hair is a part of scene hair with streaks or stripes similar to racoon tail.This form of style are following scene kids who want a new kind of scene hairstyles and is getting increasingly popular, because of the versatile alternatives you have when creating Scene Coontail hair.It's entirely more or less stripes when talking about Scene Coontail and the more exciting color mixtures you find, the more trendy you will be.

Coontail streaks are generally blonde and brownish or jet black, but it may be done with whatever different color:

Scene hair-Blond Scene Coontail

Scene hair-red and blond Scene Coontail

Scene hair-Scene Coontail

Scene hair-red and blue Scene Coontail

Scene hair-Boy Scene Coontail

Scene hair-pink,blue and blond Scene Coontail

Monday, July 27, 2009

Hairstyle of Lauren Conrad

Hair Accessories of Lauren Conrad

Lauren Conrad, playing herself in ‘The Hills’, the reality show for the past 3 seasons, she has made a huge number of fans for her charming looks and inventive hair styles.

The Hills-Fashion and Hairstyle: Lauren Conrad

As far as her hair styles are concerned, she seems to be a big fan of the head bands and has used several types of head bands throughout the shows of ‘The Hills’. Apart from that, Lauren Conrad also likes wearing her hair pulled back in different styles of ponytails and she has also been seen with some messy buns over her head.

The Hills-Fashion and Hairstyle: Lauren Conrad Street Fashion

The hair accessories that she uses when she wears stunning gowns in the shows, she looks extremely cool. She can also be seen sporting one or other accessories even in a casual look with a jeans and a simple top.

The Hills-Fashion and Hairstyles: Lauren Conrad with Ponytail

Being herself a fashion designer, Lauren Conrad always has a chic style associated with her and as far as her hair is concerned, she always seems to be working with the clothes that she is wearing.

The Hills-Fashion and Hairstyle: Hair Accessories

She also takes care of the hair accessories she uses to beautify her straight hair and although her hair styles may be as simple as a ponytail, she looks so gracious with the hair accessories she uses to adorn it.

Saturday, July 25, 2009

Cute hairstyles of girls from Mtv Show

Cute hairstyles of girls from “The Hills”

These super hot bikini girls woo men not only with their looks but also their lovely and cute hairstyles. This television series has given some big names to the Television industry and have made many women follow the hairstyles religiously.

The Hills-Fashion and Hairstyles: Stephanie Pratt

May it be Lauren or Whitney; their braided locks make them look more adorable. While Lauren loves to sport a braid headband, Whitney loves the hippie look and does justice to it by sporting braids. It almost creates a hairstyle that looks like a headband. The girls are seen showing off their long hair.

The Hills-Fashion and Hairstyles: The Hills Girls

Lauren Conrad has also been spotted sporting curls and doing great justice to her looks. The hair highlights make adds a pinch of extra beauty. The show is great fun as you get to see their cute hairstyles and try them with your hair. While the girls love their hair, they do not like to spruce it up with more accessories.

The Hills-Fashion and Hairstyles: Shoping

The plain look works the best for them. But if you are looking to style your hair in a more tasteful way, go for Audrina Patridge style for which you need big rollers, a rat tail comb, bobby pins and lots of hairspray. Use the tail comb and bobby pins to create the pouff and curl the rest of the heir with the help of rollers.

Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Girls from “The Hills” and their style statement

Girls from “The Hills” and their ...

Want to sport a Whitney or Lauren braided hairstyle? It is simple to do. To style your hair like Lauren, part hair to either side of your head and from the front side, take about an inch thick section of hair and braid it. Do not braid the full length of hair. Braid just half of it. The styling is almost there, now sport a band and get that ultimate drop dead gorgeous look.

The Hills-Fashion and Hairstyles: "The Hills" Beach Fashion

Whitney’s look too is simple and chic. What more, you can do it to your hair too. All you need to do is to part your hair in the centre. On both the sides of your head take about one inch section and make them into a braid.

The Hills-Fashion and Hairstyles: Girls from "The Hills"

The braided sections are now to be pulled together and tied at the ends at the back of your head. This explains that you too can get a nice hairdo in minutes that too without those sprays that stick to your hair forever.

The Hills-Fashion and Hairstyles: The Girls on Mtv Party

“The Hills” star Lauren Conrad has also been seen with sexy updo’s and also loves soft curls. This look too is easy to get. You just need hot or cold rollers to get your hair into soft or heavy curls.

Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Lady Gaga Make up Tips

Lady Gaga make up tip

The personal style of Lady Gaga is not for the faint hearted people and there is nothing subtle about her face. From her thick fake eye lashes to her blunt hair styles, she looks as if she is coming right from a cabaret or a doll aisle from a toy store.

The Hills-Fashion and Hairstyles: Lady Gaga

If you want to look like Lady Gaga, you will have to use full false eye lashes strips instead of the individual pieces. After that, finish them with a jet black thickening mascara and a black liquid eye liner is also a must. Eye shadow in black power will create drama and depth that Lady Gaga is famous for.

The Hills-Fashion and Hairstyles: Lady Gaga Hairstyle

The lipstick collection of Lady Gaga may range from pale frosted pinks to bright rouges. Layer it on with a gloss so that attention is called for on your luscious lips. This style applying lipstick will give you a coveted effect of a doll face.

The Hills-Fashion and Hairstyle: Lady Gaga Fashion

As far as the hair of Lady Gaga is concerned, you will have to get your hair bleached, no matter you are a brunette, go to a wig store to try some blunt hair styles that your hair stylist can bleach, without damaging your real hair. Apart from that, keep a look on new hair styles of Lady Gaga and try to sport them from time to time.

Monday, July 20, 2009

How To Adapt Lauren Conrad's hair

How to adapt Lauren Conrad's hair styles

Lauren Conrad seems to wear a wide variety of hair styles in ‘The Hills’. Sometimes, she is seen in straight and sleek hair while at other times, she adds waves and curls along the perimeters. She is also seen with pulled up hair into ponytail or just wrapped up in a messy bun. Sometimes, she also give bangs to her hair and smooth them back off her face to give herself a sleek bump of hair.

The Hills-Fashion and Hairstyles: Lauren Conrad

If you are looking to achieve any of the hairstyles of Lauren Conrad, the first thing you have to do is to get your hair cut in one length, along with some light that layer around your face. Remember that Lauren Conrad’s hair is medium thick and has a very little amount of natural waves.

The Hills-Fashion and Hairstyles: Lauren Conrad Long Hair

Although her face comes into the category of oval faces, her forehead is somewhat wider and you have to keep this in mind while copying her hair styles. One thing to say is that if you have a naturally straight kind hair, then copying Lauren’s hair styles will be much easier for you than if you have curly hair.

The Hills-Fashion and Hairstyles: Lauren Conrad Fashion

Different types of styling products, hot curlers and irons will also be required to give yourself a Lauren Conrad look.

Thursday, July 16, 2009

Lauren Conrad Hairstyle

Get Lauren’s Twisted Pullback Hairstyle

The most attractive thing about the Lauren Conrad’s hairstyle is that it keeps on changing with every episode. She never sticks to one particular hairstyle. Most importantly with every hairstyle she looks more beautiful and attractive. The hairstyles which she has so far looked best in are the twisted pullback, straight chic ponytail, pin straight and shiny, and wavy with side- bangs.

The Hills-Fashion and Hairstyles: Lauren Conrad

If you want to have the twisted pullback hairstyle, it is very simple to get this hairstyle. You need to have some bobby pins, curling iron, and a hairspray. Get a blow- drying done to straight your hair, if you are having curly hair. To separate the hair into sections, you have to part your hair in the center.

The Hills-Fashion and Hairstyles: Lauren Conrad Curly Hair

It is advisable first to do the bottom layers of the hair. Now finally, to curl your hair, hold a one- section and spray very lightly with the hairspray and then use a barrel curling iron in order to make the loose ringlets.

The Hills-Fashion and Hairstyle: Looking Good

Now you have to separate 1-inch section of your hair from both the sides of the front of the face. With a very loose hand twist and pull the hair back from your head. Apply 2 booby pins or you may opt for a cute clip and finally spray to hold the hair in place.

Friday, July 3, 2009

Hair Myths:Separate Fact From Fiction.

Hair myths circulate like urban legends, but which horror stories are just hype? Before you toss your favorite shampoo or swear off color, separate fact from fiction.

1. True or False? Frequent Trims Make Your Hair Grow Faster
FALSE. "Hair grows from the roots, not the tips," says Michael Wright, senior research scientist at Nexxus Salon Hair Care. A trim removes split ends to prevent them from moving farther up the hair shaft, saving you from having to cut more to eliminate the damage. Keep your hair healthy in the first place with conditioning treatments and sun and heat protectors, says Saurabh Desai, principal scientist at Aveeno Nourish+.

2. True or False? Massaging Your Scalp Stimulates Hair Growth
FALSE. "Scalp massage can increase blood circulation, decrease stress and help distribute the scalp's natural oils onto the hair," says Desai. "All of this may lead to better functioning of the cells that are creating hair follicles, so your hair grows at its optimal rate -- however, that rate will not increase." On average, hair grows a half inch every month.

3. True or False? Chemical Straighteners Change Your Texture Permanently
FALSE "As hair grows, your natural texture returns," says celebrity hairstylist Serge Normant at N.Y.C.'s John Frieda Salon. After a straightening treatment, the visible hair will be permanently altered, but the chemical process can't penetrate your roots. Likewise, daily blowout devotees might think they've unkinked their curls for good because hair starts to seem straighter over time, but what they're actually seeing is damaged hair that has lost texture, not a permanent change.

4. True or False? Wearing a Ponytail in the Same Area Can Give You a Bald Spot
TRUE. "The effect is called traction alopecia. The constant tugging by a tight band can scar hair follicles and cause them to stop growing new hair," says Doris Day, a dermatologist in N.Y.C. She suggests switching pony positions daily to alleviate tension. Tie back hair with a soft elastic band and wrap the ponytail as loosely as possible, suggests Desai. It's not just ponytails that can be the culprit, either -- headbands, braids and barrettes may result in similar damage when repeatedly worn in the same spot.

5. True or False? Brushing Your Hair Often Makes It Healthier
FALSE. Brushing your hair 100 times before bed won't make your hair look any better. In fact, it might make it look worse. "Over-brushing can dull hair by destroying the cuticle, as well as causing split ends and breakage," says Desai. And using the wrong tool could further harm hair. In general, plastic and metal bristles can weaken the hair cuticle and cause damage or static and flyaways, so consider switching to a gentle brush with natural boar bristles. "Stick to just enough brushing to keep your hair from becoming tangled -- the brush should be able to move through the hair with ease," says N.Y.C. celebrity hairstylist Miok. For some, that might mean as little as a few strokes just once or twice a day.

6. True or False? A Cold Rinse Adds Shine and Tames Frizz
TRUE. A blast of cold water at the end of your shower can make hair appear shinier because it temporarily helps the cuticle flatten down onto the hair shaft, explains Desai. But the results might not last if you don't properly dry your hair. Make sure the cuticle remains flat by applying a deep conditioner or silicone-based product to seal it.

7. True or False? Hair Can Become Immune to Shampoo
FALSE. Shampoo will always do its job: clean. So why does it seem like your favorite bottle suddenly stops working? "Shampoo contains ingredients that condition and provide styling benefits, but it can also leave a residue that builds up," says Desai. If you start to notice dullness, use a clarifying shampoo (try Nexxus Aloe Rid Gentle clarifying shampoo, $11; at drugstores) once or twice a month to remove accumulated product -- any more often and you could strip hair of its healthy natural oils.

8. True or False? Coloring Can Change Your Hair's Texture
TRUE. Temporarily, of course -- but sometimes for the better. Permanent color removes the protective layer on your hair and lifts the cuticles so dyes are able to penetrate, says Desai, while semipermanent dye deposits color onto hair and is less harsh. Both methods have benefits, says N.Y.C. trichologist David H. Kingsley: "Color can swell the hair shaft and give it body." The change is especially noticeable on women with fine or thinning hair, as well as those with gray roots.

It's Your Call ... Is Coloring Hair During Pregnancy Dangerous?
Check with your doctor first, especially if you have allergies, but "it's probably not harmful. However, you should wait until the second half of your pregnancy when the baby is fully formed," says Eileen Krim of Northern Obstetrics and Gynecology in North Hills, N.Y. Can't go another second without a color fix? Krim recommends highlights "because they start a quarter inch from the scalp, where the dye isn't being absorbed into the body." If you're getting your hair professionally colored, "schedule the appointment for when the salon is less crowded," she says. "Definitely stay away from peak hours on Saturday afternoon to avoid inhaling fumes." If you choose to color at home, wait until the third trimester. "Work in a well-ventilated area and wear gloves," Krim says. Look for dyes that have low or no ammonia, and don't assume that "natural" dyes are chemical-free -- often these contain the same compounds found in regular hair color.

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Thursday, July 2, 2009

10 Sexiest Hairstyles Ever made

1.Tousled waves

Ditch the curling iron, and instead spritz your hair with a setting spray (if hair is thick or wavy) or thickening spray (if it's fine). Dry it until it's only slightly damp, then part your hair in the middle all the way back to the nape of your neck. Gather one of the two sections of hair at ear level, twirl it around on itself to form a loose bun, and pin it behind your ear. Repeat on the other side. Blast your whole head with a diffuser for five minutes, leave the buns in for another 10 to 15 minutes, then take them out and shake everything out with your fingers.

Tousled waves Hairstyle

2. Wispy updo

The trick to making an updo sexy: Give it some rumpled texture. Use your fingers instead of a comb to rake back your hair so it's not tight against your head. Twirl your hair loosely into a bun, then use bobby pins—not an elastic—to anchor it in place, which will make the twist look slack, in a good way.

Wispy updo Hairstyle

3. Choppy bangs

The appeal here is the way they hide your eyes a bit. Be sure the bangs are long and thick, with choppy ends that skim the bottom of your brows. And keep the rest of your style in mind—this fringe is most flattering with a bob or hair that falls below your shoulders and is nearly all one length.

Choppy bangs Hairstyle

4. Natural texture

This look turns out best when you put in a smidgen of effort while hair is still damp. Run a tiny drop of leave-in conditioner through hair (this will control any frizz), part your hair as you normally would, tuck it behind your ears, and leave it that way until it's dry. You'll end up with a gentle wave in front.

Natural textured Hair

5. Bouncy ponytail

OK, this one's really simple—but it makes even fine hair look flirty in a ponytail. First, run a large drop of thickening cream through damp hair before blow-drying. Then, use your fingers, not a brush, to gather your hair back (not too tightly, though—you want there to be some wisps around your face). Place the ponytail about two inches below your crown—any higher and you'll look like a genie. Finally, tease the underside of the ponytail with a paddle brush for extra bushiness. (The brush won't tangle the hair the way a teasing comb can.)

6. Half-up hair

To keep this style from looking too prim (or preschool), mist your roots when they're dry with a bit of texturizing spray, which makes them slightly fuzzy, and create a messy center part. Then, pull back just the top layer of hair on each side of your face—the bottom layers should fall over your ears. Fasten the pulled-back pieces into a small ponytail just below your crown with a thin elastic—barrettes are too girlish—and don't worry about any strays.

7. Spiky knot

There's nothing attractive about a two-minute man. But this two-minute hairstyle? We love. Make a ponytail just above the center of the back of your head and lightly tease the tail, then haphazardly twist it around into a bun and pin in place—but leave the ends sprouting out so it seems more casual. (Feel free to pull a few pieces out of the twist.)

Spiky Knot

8. Messy low ponytail

The key here is a slightly frizzy texture. Before pulling your back hair, lightly massage your scalp with your fingertips—this creates a bit of volume and the fuzziness you want. Then, loosely gather your hair at the nape of your neck and wrap an elastic around it so the band is about a half-inch away from your scalp. For extra oomph, lightly tease the underside of the tail with a paddle brush.

Messy Low Ponytail

9. Teased crown

Adding just a little height at the crown injects some Bardot-style sex appeal. Gently tease just your roots until there is lift, but not so much that it looks like you have a lump on your head. Smooth over the teased hair with your hands, then leave your hair down or pull it into a low, loose ponytail.

Teased crown Hairstyle

10. Straight hair

For a smooth blowout that still has some bounce, prep hair with the right product: volumizer on fine hair; a nickel-size drop of gel throughout curly hair; and on thick hair, a heat-protecting spray from mid-length to the ends. Blow-dry hair in sections using a large round brush; when finished, rub of drop of shine serum between your palms and skim them over the hair just from the ears down.

Straight Hair

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Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Top Secrets from the Hair Pros For A-list Clients

Celebrity stylists reveal the tricks that keep their A-list clients looking so gorgeous

1. Cool Your Conditioner
"Leave conditioner in the fridge to keep it cool. This way, it will instantly seal the cuticles because it's already at a low temperature." -- celebrity hairstylist Tippi Shorter

2. Apply Product Strategically
"Where you should apply product depends on texture. For fine hair, concentrate volumizers near the root for body and lift. For other textures, don't start at the top of your head or with your bangs because too much styling or smoothing product there will weigh down your hair." -- celebrity hairstylist Kiyah Wright

3. Rinse, Then Rinse Again
"The key to a sleek, shiny finish is a thorough cleansing. Take the time to rinse well-- leftover oils, dirt and products make hair look dull and lifeless. A clean canvas ensures a great style." -- celebrity hairstylist David Babaii

4. Plump Up Fine Hair
"Mousse is great for adding volume to fine hair. Apply it only to the roots-- to avoid making hair appear stringy-- then hold hair vertically and blast with heat to seal in volume." -- celebrity hairstylist Richard Marin

5. Fix Flyaways
"Spritz holding spray onto a natural-bristle eyebrow brush. Use it to lock unruly hairs into place around your part, hairline and above the ears." -- celebrity hairstylist Mark Townsend

6. Butter Up Brittle Strands
To moisturize dry hair, apply organic almond butter to the parched areas. Let the butter soak in for 30 minutes, then shampoo and rinse well. -- David Babaii

7. Dry Curls Like a Pro
"Blow-drying curly hair can be tricky. The key is to keep your blow-dryer on the lowest setting and direct the air downward to prevent frizz. Want more definition? Once it's completely dry, set your hair in large heated rollers, tucking the hair under and rolling up instead of outward. Leave the rollers in for 20 minutes and then run your fingers through your hair to create loose, flowing curls." -- celebrity hairstylist Frédéric Fekkai

8. Beat the Bends
Hold loose strands back while applying your makeup with a duckbill clip. Place a folded tissue (or a business card) between your hair and the clip to prevent creases. -- Tippi Shorter

9. Updating Your Hair Color? Update Your Lipstick
Kiyah Wright suggests switching your lip color so the new shades work together. Here are her perfect pairings:

Blond: Blond hair looks great with pastel pink lip hues, as well as rich tomato-y reds.

Redhead: Red is a bold hair color, so use rosy lipsticks and lip stains that match your natural lip color.

Brunette: Plum, nude and sheer lip tones all work best with dark hair

10. Speed Up Your Blowout
Celebrity hairstylist Oscar Blandi gives his top three tips for reducing your blow-drying time:
1. Divide your hair into three sections: left, right and back.
2. Use the nozzle attachment on the end of your blow-dryer. It focuses the air directly on your hair.
3. Blast the back section with cool air and finish blow-drying in the front. Why? Hot air opens the hair shaft, causing it to dry less quickly.
11. Shower Sans Shampoo
"The natural oil in your scalp is the best conditioner you can get, so wash your hair every two or three days rather than daily. After a workout, shower as usual, but instead of shampooing, just wet the hair and massage your scalp with your fingers." -- Mark Townsend

12. Score Pin-Straight Strands
Using a flatiron will keep your hair straighter for much longer than blow-drying alone. The heat and pressure combined with the technology in the iron's plates seal hair cuticles and eliminate frizz. If you have fine hair, you'll want to set your iron between 410 and 425 degrees-- you don't need as much heat as thicker hair textures do. If you have curly or coarse hair, your locks can handle up to 475 degrees. Always use a thermal protective spray before flatironing, no matter what your hair type. -- celebrity hairstylist Kimberly Kimble

13. Use Beer for Brightening
Lemon and beer keep blond hair from fading in the summer. Simply squeeze a lemon into a glass of beer, then pour it over hair. Let it soak for five minutes while sitting in the sun, then shampoo and condition. Do this weekly to brighten color. -- Oscar Blandi

14. Swap Your Elastics
"Bungee elastics are perfect for creating damage-free ponytails that don't fall or loosen. Unlike regular hair elastics, you don't have to pull hair through them, which makes your hair less prone to snags. The hook closures give you the control to make them as tight as you like." -- celebrity hairstylist Staci Child

15. Dry, Don't Fry
"For a damage-free blowout, set your blow-dryer to medium heat. Newer dryers can go up to 3,000 watts. That much heat could cause breakage." -- celebrity hairstylist Oribe

16. Touch Up A Blowout
A ceramic heating comb has tiny teeth that are great for smoothing out curly hair. When you need your blowout to last another day or two, use it to straighten fuzzy strands around your roots and the hairline. -- Tippi Shorter

17. Condition with Care
"The scalp's natural oils condition, so keep conditioner away from your roots when washing hair to avoid weighing down your locks. To be safe, start applying it at least three or four inches away from your scalp." -- Mark Townsend

18. Erase Your Mistake
A little heavy-handed with your product? Kimberly Kimble explains how to fix it:

Serum: Wipe it off with a plush towel-- the cotton will absorb the excess.

Gel: Apply water with a spray bottle to dilute the gel in your hair. Then blow-dry the area and start from the beginning.

Hairspray: Let it dry, then spritz a little shine spray on top to loosen up the stiffness of the alcohol in the hairspray.

Pomade: There's no going back. Work with it by changing your style to a pulled-back ponytail or chignon.

19. Avoid Serum Overload
The right amount depends on your hair texture. Use these guidelines from hairstylist Tippi Shorter:

Fine Hair: If you have fine or thin hair, never use more than a dime-size amount.

Medium Hair: If you have medium hair, a nickel-size amount will be sufficient.

Thick Hair: For thick hair, you'll need to use a quarter-size amount.

20. Double Up
"This lavender-scented wax stick imparts both polished and piece-y strands. Use a dab on your fingertips to smooth around the hairline or to create styles with a rock and roll texture. Just be sure not to use too much, or your hair will get greasy." -- Kiyah Wright

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OLDER: Elegant, yes—but we can almost smell the Aqua Net.

YOUNGER: Pinned up, but not prim—this look has got swing.

OLDER: Limp and lifeless hair is like announcing, "I've given up."

YOUNGER: Big, bouncy waves turn back the clock

OLDER: Perfect corkscrew spirals have not been in style since 1986—right around when Meester was born.

YOUNGER: Long, tousled layers are more modern—and less matronly

OLDER: These blocky bangs with a big bun aren't sultry—they're schoolmarm-y.

YOUNGER: Side-swept bangs instantly soften her whole look

OLDER: Yanked-back hair is severe on anyone who isn't a 13-year-old ballerina. (Maybe even them.)

YOUNGER: A little volume (not too much) at the crown is a spritz from the fountain of youth.

OLDER: There's something too stiff and out of proportion here—we keep thinking Big Love.

YOUNGER: She's young and fresh with a deep side part and clean-cut ends.

OLDER: Hair that's too dark and heavy for your skin tone is only OK for vampires (they never age).

YOUNGER: A lighter shade of brown is less austere and more flattering

OLDER: Bleached out is as bad as too dark—the harsh way it lights the face piles on years.

YOUNGER: A warm, flattering blonde shade brings her face back in line with the date on her passport.

OLDER: As adorable as her daughter is, this hair you expect to see on someone in mom jeans.

YOUNGER: She's both more sophisticated and younger-looking with a cute, layered bob.

OLDER: Retro is always risky because it reminds us of things that are...old. And this is very Veronica Lake.

YOUNGER: Sometimes all it takes to update to a younger look is a quick snip or flip, like the center part here.

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