These Hair Colors Will Be Everywhere This Spring

By Jennifer Aldrich and BH&G

As a new season nears, it’s time to revitalize your hair with a fresh color (and maybe a healthy trim, depending on the state of your tresses). Although it can be tempting to go as light as possible when the warmer months roll around, professional colorist Elle Hegarty from Ian McCabe Studio in Washington D.C. says it’s time embrace lower-maintenance colors and healthy hair. And she’s not the only one who loves well taken care of locks: Google searches for “natural hair color” have remained consistently high in the past five years, and queries peak right before springtime.

Hegarty, a graduate of Paul Mitchell Academy, has spent the last five years mastering her technique at salons and barbershops, as well as high-end beauty brands Butter London and Cover FX. She exclusively uses the balayage technique on her clients, which involves hand-painting highlights on the hair. The end result is a natural look that maintains the hair’s integrity. The best part: it doesn’t need to be maintained as often as foil highlights since it doesn’t have the harsh start-line highlights are notorious for having. Plus, the grow-out is beautiful. “I don’t think it’s healthy to highlight too frequently,” Hegarty explains. “The longer you can go, the healthier your hair will be.” Hegarty, who shows off her expertise on her Instagram page, reveals her five favorite spring hair color trends to try this year.

toasted strawberry hair
Courtesy of Elle Hegarty
Toasted Strawberry Blonde

For warm-toned blondes, playing on the golds can result in a gorgeous rosy hue. “It looks more like ‘I go to the beach all summer’ as opposed to ‘I go to the salon all the time,'” Hegarty explains. She says her clients with this color come in once every four months and also stop in for gloss treatments in between colorings.

caramel ribbons hair
Courtesy of Elle Hegarty
Caramel Ribbons

For those with dark hair, brunette highlights are the way to go because they cause minimal harm to the hair and are fairly low-maintenance. Hegarty says she doesn’t like putting blonde highlights on darker tresses. “It doesn’t look believable and is very damaging.” This look only requires highlights twice per year, but she does ask clients to stop in every six to eight weeks for a gloss treatment to tone the color and gives strands a healthy shine.

sandy beaches hair
Courtesy of Elle Hegarty
Sandy Beaches

Icy blonde is breathtaking for those who like to be bold, but this subtler side of the spectrum is ideal for a more natural look. As far as blondes highlights go, Hegarty says this option is relatively low-maintenance and only requires a salon trip once every three to four months. However, a good at-home regimen is essential to keeping blonde hair healthy between visits. She recommends Milbon hair products, such as the Plarmia Hairserum Shampoo, $23 on Amazon.

dark chocolate dream hair
Courtesy of Elle Hegarty
Dark Chocolate Dream

Spring isn’t always about going super light. Dark brunette highlights on black hair are both beautiful and easy to maintain. Hegarty says this look only requires color once per year (yes, really) and a gloss every four months. “I love this for my clients who are such a dark level,” Hegarty says. “It’s just so pretty.”

carrot cake hair
Courtesy of Elle Hegarty
Carrot Cake

If you tried pumpkin spice hair for fall, this red might be the next hue for you. For blondes, this color requires root touch-ups and a gloss treatment roughly every eight weeks, but only needs a full painting once per year. Brunettes should get colored two to three times per year with a gloss treatment every eight weeks. Hegarty loves this rich auburn on clients with fair complexions that have a pink undertone, but be aware that it’s long-lasting. “Red is one of the hardest colors to remove,” Hegarty explains. “If someone decides they want red, that’s what they’re going to be for the foreseeable future.” The process of going back to the original color is time-consuming and, if rushed, can damage the strands.

Thanks to Jennifer for this dose of springtime dreaming.

https://www.bhg.com/beauty-fashion/hair/spring-hair-colors/

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Spring Street Style Ideas For Men’s Inspiration

by Rashty Alexa and Rohayati

OK gents.  Your turn.

Spring street style is one style that can be used by men. Spring symbolizes the start of new things and rebirth. Warm weather can revitalize plants, which can add color to outdoor areas. Dress for the season by adding color and vigor back to your wardrobe. Start by removing clothing with soft material that can keep you cool when the weather warms up.

Spring is synonymous with bright colors with a variety of sweet motifs. However, in spring you don’t always have to wear brightly colored clothes, especially if you are male. You can combine it with neutral color outfits with brightly colored clothes. Or you can also try other styles that you can use in spring.

One style that you can use in spring is street style. Street style is a style of fashion that was popularized by fashion bloggers as a place to express freedom of style in dress. Now, street style has been recognized by the world as a good fashion reference that can be copied. Spring street style is the perfect blend. Because we will not only get clothes that are comfortable to wear but also attract attention.

Best Outfits Men
Best Outfits Men – pinterest.es.com
Casual Outfits
Casual Outfits – mrstreetwearmagazine.com
Cool Man Style
Cool Man Style – pinterest.jp.com
Korean Men Style
Korean Men Style – instaloverz.com
Men Bussiness Casual
Men Business Casual – in.pinterest.com
Men Casual Spring
Men Casual Spring – pinterest.ca.com
Men Fashion Casual
Men Fashion Casual – instaloverz.com
Men Jeans Fashion
Men Jeans Fashion – pinterest.fr.com
Men Spring Casual
Men Spring Casual – pinterest.com.au.com
Men's Casual Spring Outfits
Men’s Casual Spring Outfits – pinterest.fr.com
Mens Casual Style
Men’s Casual Style – pinterest.com.au.com
Men's Fashion
Men’s Fashion – pobedinsk-sp.ru.com
Men's Street Fashion
Men’s Street Fashion – instaloverz.com
Outfits Men
Outfits Men – nl.pinterest.com
Sport Outfits Man
Sport Outfits Man – fasbest.com
Spring Fashion
Spring Fashion – pinterest.co.uk.com
Spring Man Ideas
Spring Man Ideas – kebaya.org.com
Spring Man Style
Spring Man Style – pinterest.es.com
Spring Men
Spring Men – http://www.pinterest.com.au.com
Style Coat
Style Coat – tr.pinterest.com

Those are some street clothes ideas that you can use in spring, hopefully inspiring you to experiment with color and pattern.

https://rohayati.com/spring-street-style/

15 Chic Daily Outfits Collections That Women Should Try

by Rashty Alexa  and Rohayati

Daily Outfits are clothes that are worn when doing daily activities. Every day is very valuable to us and does not pass it up without something meaningful. Maximize your days with a simple style but still, fashionable can be one of the ideas so that you can look up to spend your day.

Today there are many styles of clothing that are in great demand by people. Outfits style can be a way to express one’s personality. The selection of everyday clothes can accurately describe the lifestyle, mood, and feelings you want to display. Especially women’s style of dress.

Women who are identical to beauty are very concerned about fashion. This is evident from the start he wore from makeup, hairstyles, clothes, to footwear. Therefore, finding the right clothing model is very important to be considered by women. Not only outfits to attend events that are noticed by them, but also outfits that are used daily are no less a concern.

For you ladies, you should choose outfits, use outfits that make you comfortable for day-to-day activities, whether you are going to go out for a hangout or just attend an event or just stay at home. Because if you wear clothes that are not appropriate and become uncomfortable, we might feel weird looking in those clothes. You can also mix and match your clothes so they don’t break easily. Mix dark or neutral colors with light colors.

Bussiness Casual
Business Casual – pinterest.ch.com
Casual Ideas
Casual Ideas – mrscasual.com
Casual Look
Casual Look – pinterest.nz.com
Casual Spring Outfits
Casual Spring Outfits – hrtn.me.com
Cute Teen Outfits
Cute Teen Outfits – pinterest.co.kr.com
Denim Ideas
Denim Ideas – pinterest.ru.com
Denim Style
Denim Style – pouted.com
Dress Ideas
Dress Ideas – galmeetsglam.com
Floral Dress
Floral Dress – greenorc.com
Jeans Outfits
Jeans Outfits – nicestyles.ca.com
Outtits Ideas
Outfits Ideas – clothespin.tk.com
Summer Fashion
Summer Fashion – sk.pinterest.com
White Top and Black Pants
White Top and Black Pants – pinterest.ca.com
Women Outfits
Women Outfits – yandex.com.tr.com
Women Summer Outfits
Women Summer Outfits – wardrobefocus.com

Those are some daily outfits collections ideas that you can try.  Here is a link to their website:

https://rohayati.com/daily-outfits/

 

The Top 5 Fashion Trends That Will Rule 2020

If nothing else, I am all about fashion. Right ?  Well, maybe you are.  And if you are, you’ll want to read all about this year’s fashion trend because that’s the kind of person you are.  So dive into this year’s predictions courtesy of stylecaster.com:

“Without further adieu, here are the top fashion trends we’re sure will hit big in 2020—and how to shop them now and be ahead of the curve.”

1. Western Wear

Street Style, Spring Summer 2020, New York Fashion Week, USA - 07 Sep 2019

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Fashion stylist Courtney Sharp wants us to know that the western trend can’t stop, won’t stop in 2020. “Especially cowboy boots,” she tells StyleCaster. “I think we’re going to see that a lot more, especially in the summer.”

2. Power Suits

Street Style, Fall Winter 2019, Paris Fashion Week, France - 05 Mar 2019

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Maybe it’s because the 2020 presidential election is here or perhaps we just love a good co-ord set—either way, the power suit is back, and we couldn’t be more excited. The key is to keep it monochromatic. Shirts are optional. And you win extra points if your suit is oversized and slouchy.

3. Voluminous Silhouettes

Street Style, Spring Summer 2020, Paris Fashion Week, France - 29 Sep 2019

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According to Sharp, there’s a high chance that we’re going to see a lot of puffy sleeves and architectural silhouettes. She tells StyleCaster that there will be “a lot of volume in the kind of material—like organza and tulle—and tiered, floofy bits.”

 

4. Marabou & Ostrich Feathers

Street Style, Fall Winter 2019, Haute Couture Fashion Week, Paris, France - 01 Jul 2019

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The early 2000s are back, and I’m so ready for it. First, I’d like to start by saying thank you to Maddy Perez from the HBO drama “Euphoria” and her glittery homecoming outfit for this ostrich feather revival.

5. Not Your Average Leather

Street Style, Spring Summer 2020, Milan Fashion Week, Italy - 20 Sep 2019

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Tired: black leather jackets. Wired: Literally any other color and style of leather. Leather will be big in 2020, but as an earth-toned overshirt, jumpsuit, or even trousers.

Well that’s it from me.  Oh there’s much more at this web site, for those who are more adventure-minded:

https://stylecaster.com/2020-fashion-trend-forecast/

The Trendiest Hair Colors for Winter

Slide 2 of 23: This ultra-flattering warm blonde, seen on the likes of Gigi Hadid, is “an ashy golden beige,” according to Stephanie Brown, Master Colorist at IGK Salon Soho in New York City.

 

Slide 16 of 23: You don't need to dye your hair purple to make a dramatic statement this winter. Long, black hair like Kim Kardashian's stands out, yet looks natural with all skin tones.

Slide 21 of 23: Amy Adams's glossy auburn is exactly what your winter hair Pinterest was missing. Why? Her red is vibrant, yet not brassy.

Slide 13 of 23: Already blonde or platinum blonde? Try an icy hue  like Cara Delevingne's for winter. Bonus: The rigorous upkeep means more time spent indoors at a warm and cozy hair salon.

Slide 10 of 23: If you're stuck between blonde and brunette, get the best of both worlds with a soft fade from dark roots to blonde hair. To brighten your look on dark winter days, frame your face with blonde pieces like Margot Robbie.

Slide 8 of 23: Take red hair a few notches warmer for winter with a dusky crimson shade. Zendaya's shade has hints of chardonnay red with onyx and auburn accents for dimension.

Slide 6 of 23: “For brunettes with almost black hair, like Lizzo or Shay Mitchell, look for an almost gold undertone for the hair,” Brown suggests. “It should almost be like gold flecks are reflecting off of it.”

Slide 4 of 23: Billie Eilish’s signature look may be daring, but that doesn’t mean it won’t be trending. “I think people will like to play around with a version of this look by starting out with platinum hair, dying the roots one color, and leaving the ends either platinum or dying it another,” predicts Brown. “Pastel colors would be ideal for this look,” she adds.

 

Photos by Getty Images

Article By:  Bazaar and Halie Lesavage and Lindy Segal

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9 fashion trends inspired by the 2000s that are coming back in style

Attention fashionistas.  There is this rumbling coming from the 2000’s that is beginning to catch some attention  Check out these fashion trends making a big comeback.

By Amanda Krause and Insider

 

The fashion industry is feeling nostalgic for the early 2000s.

From Urban Outfitters to Fashion Nova, shoppers can now find clothes and accessories that look like they were plucked from the early aughts. Puka shell necklaces are available to buy online, and heeled flip flops seem to be a favored footwear choice among celebrities.

Here’s a look at some of the 2000s-inspired fashion trends that are coming back in style.

Slide 2 of 10: 
  Between the '90s and early 2000s, just about everyone owned a
  pair of platform sandals. Steve Madden's classic black shoes were
  especially popular, known for their giant rubber soles and thick
  elastic bands. 

  Back in April, Steve Madden 
  brought the sandals back exclusively at Urban Outfitters, and

  they're still available to buy today for $70.

Slide 3 of 10: 
  Throughout the early aughts, button-up cardigans were a staple in
  many wardrobes. The garments were typically worn over camisole
  tank tops, though some people also wore them as tops.

  Thanks to celebrities like 
  Bella Hadid, the style is popular once again in 2019. Even
  stores like Forever 21 are now offering button-up cardigans, like
  the 
  Faux Pearl Button-Front Cardigan ($25).

Slide 4 of 10: 
  Though headbands were already popular in the '90s, 
  Blair Waldorf from "Gossip Girl" made them even more so in
  the early 2000s. Now, with 
  a reboot in the works, headbands are having a resurgence. 

  At the time of this post, stores like 
  Bloomingdales and 
  Nordstrom are selling high-end versions of the accessories,
  like the 
  Embellished Knot Headband by designer Lele Sadoughi ($150).
  Anthropologie
  also has more affordable options.

Slide 5 of 10: 
  From Kim Kardashian West to Rihanna, celebrities can't get enough
  of the divisive footwear trend. The latter star seems to be one
  of the first stars to bring the trend back from the 2000s,
  debuting heeled flip flops during the Fenty Puma By Rihanna
  runway show in 2017.

  Since then, other stars have also donned the shoes, while brands
  like 
  ASOS and 
  Yeezy have started to sell their own versions. Designers like
  Jeffrey Campbell also sell versions, such as the 
  Thong 2 Slide Sandals ($49.95) pictured above.

    Read more: 
  Celebrities like Rihanna and Kim Kardashian are bringing
  high-heeled flip flops back from the early 2000s

Slide 6 of 10: 
  Once a 
  status symbol of the early 2000s, neon tracksuits are now a
  nostalgic nod to fashion of the past. The two-piece sets started
  to come back
  last year, and now it's common to find retailers such as
  Fashion Nova selling pieces like the 
  Original Trendsetter Velour Set ($29.99).

Slide 7 of 10: 
  While celebrities bring back trends they previously wore 10 years
  ago, members of Gen Z are taking ownership of styles created
  before they were born.

  For example, VSCO girls are known for wearing 
  necklaces made from seashells, which were first popular
  between the '90s and 2000s. Retailers such as Urban Outfitters
  are capitalizing on the trend with items like 
  the Pacific Palms Shell Necklace ($18).

Slide 8 of 10: 
  Arguably one of the best things about tie dye is that it can be
  worn in numerous ways, from T-shirts to accessories. Thanks to
  its versatility - as well as a 
  hectic political climate - the print is now back in style.
  Anthopologie's 
  AGOLDE Richie Tie-Dyed Sweatshirt ($158) is just one example
  on the market.

Slide 9 of 10: 
  Last year, tube tops began popping up in stores and online.
  Celebrities also put 
  their own twists on the style, bringing back a trend that is
  still going today. Not only is Forever 21 selling versions of the
  top - like the 
  Velvet Glitter Tube Crop Top ($9.99) - but so are brands like

  ASOS, 
  Revolve, and H&M.

Slide 10 of 10: 
  If you miss the oversized, colorful sunglasses of the early
  aughts, don't fret. Colored lenses are back in style, with brands
  like 
  Opening Ceremony and Guess
  - which sells the Originals
  Pink Cat-Eye Sunglasses ($49), pictured above - offering
  versions of the look.

      Read more:

        Rihanna wore a strapless dress with heeled
        flip flops for a look that'll take you back to the early
        2000s

        Harry
        Styles keeps his clothes in a 'giant refrigerator' with
        24-hour surveillance to preserve them

        A
        woman makes thousands of dollars a day as a hand model, but
        her job requires more hard work than you might think

        Factory workers who make Lululemon
        leggings say they're beaten, humiliated, and earn as little
        as $106 per month, a new report says

Thanks, Amanda.  I guess the moral is don’t throw anything away because you never know…

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