Don't get boxed in by stupid beauty rules.
The French braid has been our go-to hairstyle since our younger days. But we sometimes find it hard to pull off the youthful
The first day back to the office after a long weekend can be rough. But even though your mind may be still lingering on the
To get this look, start by spritzing your entire head with dry shampoo to build texture. Use your fingers to create a messy
1. Brush hair over to the side you want your braid to sit. 2. Split hair into five equal sections. 3. With both hands, hold
By dividing your hair into five sections instead of three, you can create an eye-catching braid that will show the world
Video editing by Amber Genuske. Hairstyling courtesy of Halli Bivona at the John Barrett Salon in New York City. More braids