All that glitters… is perfect for Homecoming! Read on to see our fav picks to top off your Homecoming look!
Get a flawless messy updo for homecoming!
Step 1: Section your hair into 4 parts, with the back part section at the top and bottom.
Step 2: Put the bottom back part into a pony tail and curl it. Tease the curls.
Step 3: Pin the curls to the base of the pony tail creating a messy bun.
Step 4: Tease the top back section at the roots and curl it.
Step 5: Pin the back section to create some volume at your head crest. Pin the curls to the other lower bun creating a larger messy bun.
Step 6: Take the front side sections and curl them.
Step 7: Pin part of the curled side sections to the messy bun, leaving out shorter pieces to frame your face.
Nicki Minaj teaches the Alexander Wang models her Anaconda dance #NYFW
There are certain pieces in your closet you just stop wearing when fall rolls around, but it doesn’t have to be that way! Read on to see which summer essentials our stylists actually love for fall!
Turn up this weekend with a little help from our Girls Night Out Playlist!
Joggers are the perfect summer to fall transitional piece. These pants are perfect for summer as they are loose and breathable, but make for the perfect transition into fall fashion. Throw a blazer or a mock neck top on top of your joggers and you’ve got the perfect almost fall #ootd!
Well swimsuit season is over, so why not reminisce about the good times of summer over cupcakes! Mini cupcakes - so we feel less guilty about jumping into baked goods right away. We made mini blueberry cupcakes with lemon cream cheese frosting and they were so good we couldn’t wait to share them with you! Read more to make your own!
Even though houndstooth print has been around forever, it still manages to come back in fresh new ways each fall. This pattern is such an easy way to stay stylish and classic this fall. Our favorite celebs are definitely keeping chic in this timeless print!
This weekend, the Budweiser Made in America music festival hit Downtown LA. Our stylist and resident music critic went for one day of the two day event, here is her take on the sights, sounds, and tastes of the festival!