NW - - Star Stylist -


This style has made its way back into the beauty world! Sleek strands s with flicked-out ends have been spot­ted on ev­ery It-girl from Bella to Mar­got, and we’re ready to get in on the ac­tion. Grab a blow-dryer or curl­ing wand and flick out the ends of f your strands, work­ing from one side to the other so they’re even. Then, spritz pritz your roots and mi­dlengths with a light­weight ghtweight oil and comb back un­til smooth. Mist your ends nds with hair­spray to o keep your look in place lace all night long.


From the run­way to your Fri­day night, ht, the crop has never been hot­ter. If you’re scared ared to get the chop, fake it like Kenny and Gi i in­stead. Just sec­tion your hair into pieces and nd over­lap them, pin­ning at the crown of your r head and leav­ing some pieces out around your ur hair­line.


From the Kar­dashi­ans to Vanessa Hud­gens, su­per-long ex­ten­sions are ev­ery­where these days – and you’ve got two op­tions for getting the look. You can ei­ther fork out around $1000 for in-sa­lon ex­ten­sions, or your sec­ond – and much cheaper – choice is to use store-bought ex­ten­sions and do it your­self. They’re great for a night out or for a quick up­date.


We heard ru­mours rum the scrunchie – aka the quintessen quin­tes­sen­tial ’90s ac­ces­sory – wa was mak­ing a come­back, but bu we didn’t want to be­lieve be­liev it. Then, we saw Hai­ley rock­ing it and re­alised w what all the fuss is ab about!

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