Is This 90s Hair Trend Making a Comeback?

Is This 90s Hair Trend Making a Comeback?

A modern day update you won’t be embarrassed to try.

Youth in the ’90s was permeated by icy, frosted lip gloss, lots of Limited Too, thin eyebrows, and way too many hair clips. Recently, after seeing an old school photo, I was inspired to make the once-coveted butterfly clips chic again. Spoiler alert: It’s not hard.

Step by steps:

  1. Using an updated metal or neutral-colored clip to recreate hairstyles you once wore will instantly make the look chic and age appropriate. My go-to was a middle part with two twists, held back with clear butterfly clips—sparkly, baby blue if I was feeling spicy (or also wearing baby blue). Struggling to place the clips evenly on each side of my head prompted a flashback of a simpler time (the fifth grade) when I had similar issues. I guess some things never change.
  2. Back to the clips, this mixed metal set from Urban Outfitters  is the perfect replacement. Bonus: They come in packs of four with one silver, black silver, gold, and rose gold, so you’ll be forced to mix metals and be even trendier than initially intended.

And though I think we can all agree the above looks much more appealing in the year 2016, there’s no way we’ll ever denounce ’90s queens Kirsten Dunst, Melissa Joan Hart, Sarah Michelle Gellar, and Britney Spears and their beautiful butterfly clip hairstyles.
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Hello, today I will teach you how to do your hair on Christmas?This quick curly updo is going to be your new curly go-to style.I love wearing my curls out but on day two (and three, and four..) I’ll usually put my hair up. This style is super quick and takes less than two minutes to do so it’s perfect for work or busy mornings.
If you’re going out or to a dating, you could dress this style up with a gorgeous clip or accessory.
For this curly hair tutorial, you only need to know how to do a basic braid / plait.

  • 2 small clear hair elastics (actually I didn’t use any but it does make the style easier)
  •  Bobby pins


  1. Separate the top half of your hair for the first braid.
  2.  Create a plait (braid) by splitting your top section into three equal sections. Cross the right over the middle, then the left over the right and continue down.
  3. Secure the end of the braid with your elastic. Or if your curly hair is like mine, it will hold just fine without a band.
  4.  Plait the bottom section. Repeat the same steps on the bottom section so you have two plaits (braids) in your hair.
  5.  Roll the bottom plait into a bun. Curve your plait around to form a bun and pin in place with bobby pins. Don’t forget to tuck the ends in!
  6. Wrap the top plait around the bun. My hair isn’t that long so it just fits around my bun and I’ve tucked the ends under. Pin in place with bobby pins.


  • Use small elastics – the smaller elastics are much easier to hide in the finished style. Or skip them all together like I did!
  •  If you have really long curly hair – you’ll end up with a larger, statement bun which would look beautiful!
  • If you have fine curly hair – remember to stretch out your braids before making the bun. This will make your hair seem thicker.

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Weekend Hairstyles 4-Strand Braid with a Ribbon

Weekend Hairstyles 4-Strand Braid with a Ribbon
Hello, happy weekend! The hairstyle of today is very suitable to weekend or holiday! It’s very easy and beautiful as well. Hope you all like it!
Here are step by steps:

  1. First, tie your hair into a ponytail. Then, take a ribbon and tie it in a knot, ensuring that the ribbon covers the rubber band. Divide your hair into three sections, then add the ribbon so that it is in the third section of hair. If it is not in the third section, the ribbon effect won’t work.
  2. Next, take the left strand and put it over the second strand and under the third. Then, take the last strand under the third and over the second strand. Repeat this over under, under over braid until you have braided all your hair then fasten it with a hair band.

We hope you enjoy these awesome braids and have an amazing day .If you have any other great braids that look good and are easy to do, please do share them with our readers.

5 Salon Secrets All Blondes Must Know

5 Salon Secrets All Blondes Must Know

Though the saying blondes have more fun is true (at least in my humble blonde-haired opinion), we do have it rough when it comes to maintenance—especially during a season change. Here are some tips to protect blond:

1. What are your tips for getting more mileage out of my highlights?

  • “The best way to get more mileage out of highlights is to ask your stylist to blur the color in the area close to the scalp.


2. What is the ideal blonde maintenance plan for in-between my salon appointments?

  • “The ideal plan is to shampoo every 2 or 3 days using blonde-specific product. To keep the color fresh in between salon visits, I recommend a toning conditioner to maintain the color weekly. Using treatments like a strengthening spray on a weekly basis helps to prep the hair for the next service and strengthen it to avoid dryness and breakage.”

3. How do I know if I have the right shade of blonde for my skin tone?

  • “Generally speaking, paler skin tones usually suit cooler shades of blonde and deeper/olive skin tones tend to suit warmer tones of blonde. To truly determine what color will work best for you, it’s always best to see a professional colorist as they can take into account crucial factors that play into this like skin tone, skin texture, eye color and your overall lifestyle.

4. My hair is dark and I want highlights. How light can I go?

  • “For darker hair, getting to the desired lightness can be a journey that may take up to three salon visits. It is better to lighten it gradually and do at-home treatments in between your salon visits to help maintain healthy hair.”
  • “More importantly, ask yourself how much time and money am I willing to invest in order to sustain the desired highlights and/or color, both in the salon and at home?”

5. What are some tips for maintaining my new ombre look?

  • “Maintaining ombré is simple. Between major visits to touch up the ombre, I recommend to my clients that they come in for a Shade service to correct/refresh the tone of the ombré and add amazing shine and condition to the hair.”
  • “What’s great about ombré is that less maintenance is required. However, because trips to the salon are less frequent, it’s important to use a color-depositing treatment conditioner like once a week. This will keep your ombre fresh and bright!”

When Should I Wash My Hair?

When Should I Wash My Hair?

  • Compared to people in most of the world, Americans are a little excessive about cleanliness. But while our affinity for antibacterial soaps and sanitizers may be hurting us rather than helping us, a fondness for frequent shampooing isn’t cause for concern.
  • “You hear people say shampoo is bad for the scalp, or that too much of it causes dandruff, but that’s not the case,” says Dr. George Cotsarelis, director of the Hair and Scalp Clinic at the University of Pennsylvania’s Perelman School of Medicine.
  • While many consider scalp and hair oils naturally moisturizing, these oils nourish fungus that contribute to the scaly, patchy scalp condition known as seborrhea, Cotsarelis says. Washing helps prevent this. Also, shampooing your hair regularly helps remove dead skin cells that would otherwise accumulate and eventually slough off in visible clusters known as dandruff.

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  • If you have dull or dry hair, you may be shampooing it too much, Cotsarelis says. This isn’t really a problem for men, most of whom tend to wear their hair short and work it into shape with product. But for women or men with long hair, shampooing too often can dry out hair and lead to breakage or split ends. “The hair itself is dead, so if you over-wash it or damage it, that doesn’t mean you’ll lose hair,” Cotsarelis says. “It’s just a matter of appearance.”
  • This is where conditioners can help. Too-frequent shampooing can strip away the fatty essential elements and coatings that keeps your hair strong and whole, says Dr. Adam Friedman, an associate professor of dermatology at the George Washington School of Medicine and Health Sciences. Conditioners take the place of these coatings, refortifying the hair and preventing breakage, Friedman says.

[RELATED: The Brunette’s Guide to Using Dry Shampoo]
Both he and Cotsarelis say washing your hair somewhere between daily and once every two to three days is a good target. “I think most people know it when their hair feels dry or is breaking off, and so they shampoo less,” Cotsarelis says. The bigger issues come when people purposely avoid washing for many days or weeks because they think it’ll make their hair healthier.

How to Create a Dutch Loop Braid

 Christmas Hairstyles--How to Create a Dutch Loop Braid
Today’s tutorial is for what we call the Dutch Loop Braid. This isn’t a new hairstyle, but is very beautiful… one that we wanted to learn and teach you today!
What I love about this Dutch Loop Braid is that it looks like a little like a Christmas wreath without being too over the top. This braid would also be perfect for Breast Cancer Awareness month, since the style also takes the shape of a ribbon.
Step-by-Step Instructions:

  1.  Begin with hair parted down the middle, and then part it from ear to ear to create 4 equal sections…
  2. Secure the front left section and the back right section temporarily out of the way…
  3. Now go to the front of the right section and begin a Dutch braid near the temple…
  4. Run the braid mostly straight back as you add in hair, but when you near the intersection of all the part lines, begin to turn/bend the braid slightly to the left}…
  5.  When you run out of hair in the front right section, begin to add in hair using the hair from the back left section {this means that the Dutch braid will now cross over the part lines and continue diagonally across the back of the head}…
  6. Continue a few more stitches in the rear-left section and then begin to turn the braid to the right again so that when you run out of hair you in the middle of the base of the head…
  7.  Continue a few stitches of a normal braid and then secure temporarily with an elastic…
  8. Go back to the front of your front left section and begin another Dutch braid near the temple.
  9. Run the braid mostly straight back as you add in hair, but when you near the intersection of all the part lines, begin to turn/bend the braid slightly to the right}…
  10. When you run out of hair in this section, begin to add in hair from the back right section {this means that your Dutch braid will cross over the one from before}…
  11. Continue a few more stitches in the rear-right section and then begin to turn the braid to the left again so that when you run out of hair you are again at the middle of the base of the head, meeting the other braid…
  12.  Secure the two braids together with a ponytail holder, and add hairspray and accessory {if desired}.

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Happy Hairstyling!

Date Appointment Hairstyle-Messy Side French Up-Do

Date Appointment Hairstyle-Messy Side French Up-Do
This is a side braid and messy bun all-in-one! It’s beautiful and unique. It’s suitable to date appointment. Hope you like it.

Here is step by step:

  1. First, divide you hair down the middle. You need more hair on the right side than the left. Pin or tie the hair on the right side of your head so that it’s not in the way.
  2. Next, French-braid the hair on the left side of your head near from the front and work your way down. Make sure the braid falls behind your left ear. When the braid is level with the bottom of your ear, fasten it with a hairband. Leave the last piece unbraided.
  3. Then, loosen the hair on the right side of your head and divide it into two sections, one at the crown and one on the right side. Take the middle section and pin it. Loosely braid the right side from the front, down behind the ear and sideways towards the other braid on the left side.
  4. When you reach the first braid, tie the two ends together with a hairband. Now, take the hair in the middle and lay it over the hairband. Take the ends of your braids with the loose hair and wind it, behind your left ear, into a bun at the back and pin it down.
  5. Finally, spray your hair with some hairspray so it keeps its form.

Elegant Hairstyle-Topsy Tail Braid

Elegant Hairstyle-Topsy Tail Braid
Hello, I’m happy to see you again. Today I want to introduce you this elegant hairstyle called Topsy Tail Braid. This hairstyle is suitable to holiday and workdays.
Here is step by step:

  1. Separate a section of hair at the back of your head, dividing the top from the bottom, above your crown and tie it with a small white or clear rubber band. You will now have a ponytail above your crown made from the top section of your hair.
  2. Now, split the hair just above the rubber band to make a small gap, then take the ponytail and push it through the hole, looping it. Allow the ponytail to lay down on the hair again. This is the topsy tail.
  3. Next, take a strand from each side of the topsy tail, as you would when making a French braid, and tie them with another rubber band over the other ponytail, not together. It must lay just under the first one. Repeat the looping, thus creating another topsy tail.
  4. Repeat the step for two more topsy tails, giving you a total of four layers of topsy tails. Now, take the remaining hair, create another topsy tail and tie the hair up with a fifth topsy tail. If you can make more topsy tails, do so until all your hair is done.
  5. Finally, start pulling on each topsy tail, bringing the hair out of the rubber band for a fuller look. You can spray your hair with hairspray so it keeps its shape as well.

Hope you like it! Happy hairstyling!

Easy Daily Hair–French Twist into Side Braid

Easy Daily Hair–French Twist into Side Braid
This hair style is super easy to do, a true beginner style. From start to finish, this braid literally takes me only one minute to do. It is an easy one to do on those mornings where you have very little time before leaving for school or work. I’ve have been wearing this hairstyle on myself for the past year. You can begin with the hair wet or dry, either is fine. I then began with a French Twist, the bumpy kind, and then finished it off with a simple side braid.
Step-by-Step Instruction:

  1. Part hair slightly off to one side, your preference, and begin with your hair combed out to detangle any knots {can be done on either wet or dry hair}…
  2.  Near the part line, pick up two sections of hair and begin French twisting one piece over the other {I twist away from my face}, with each time you cross the strands, make sure to add in some hair from the bottom into the front piece.
  3.  Continue this technique, in Step #2, as you work your way down the hair line next to your face….
  4.  When you get down to just right behind your ear, stop twisting the hair, and swoop all the remaining hair form the other side over your shoulder and add it into the bad of the twist {gathered like you were going to add a ponytail holder}…
  5.  Then, divide the hair into three even sections and begin a regular 3-strand braid…
  6.  Continue braiding until you run out of hair and secure with an elastic…
  7. Add hairspray, if desired.

How did I do? If you would like to see more tutorials from me, please be sure to let me know in the comment section below!
Happy Hairdoing!

3 Things You Need to Know Before Getting Bangs

3 Things You Need to Know Before Getting Bangs
While bangs may look absolutely stunning on your favorite A-list celebrity, it doesn’t mean that they’ll look the same way on you. You can’t just strut to the hair salon and have your hair stylist cut your hair for the fringed look on a whim. There are a lot of things to consider before you get bangs.

1、Bangs are extremely high-maintenance.

  • Yes, some people claim that bangs are effortless. But, as someone who has had them before, let me tell you the truth: an effortless, fringed cut only exists in our dreams.
  • Regardless of what kind of bangs you get and the type of hairstyle you have, your bangs will need attention. They should be cut once every two weeks so that they stay at the right length. If you can’t do the cutting on your own, you’ll need to make an appointment with your stylist, which will require time and, yes, money.
  • So, if you’re the kind of gal who can’t even commit to a serious relationship, then don’t get bangs. They’re only for committed ladies!

2. Styling your bangs takes time and patience

  • You may have the time, but do you have the patience?
  • Getting bangs means you also need to have a hairdryer and a really good paddle-shaped brush. In addition, you have to hunt for the perfect styling products to help you achieve the style you want for your bangs.
  • You have to read reviews online or maybe ask your girlfriends which styling products they recommend. After picking the right styling product, you’ll have to buy it to test on your hair. It’s basically trial and error until you find the perfect one that works best for your bangs and hair type.
  • So, not only patience is required but perseverance, and dollars, too.

3. Bangs can sometimes cause acne.

  • The bad news is that having bangs rest on your forehead all day long mayirritate your skin and cause acne.
  • For this reason, getting bangs is something that you should really think over, especially if you have very sensitive skin.
  • If this happens to you after getting bangs, use a gentle face cleanser with salicylic acid to make sure your face is always clean and to get rid of the acne.