Just because your holiday party circuit has come to a close doesn’t mean you have to stop getting glammed up this winter. Freezing weather doesn’t automatically have to equal sweat pants and boring ponytails -- getting all dolled up and trying a new hairstyle is amazingly refreshing when those inevitable winter blues strike. You know we love our top knots, but there's more. Feeling fancy when it’s icy and grey outside is a lot easier to achieve than you think.
Regular ol’ ponytails are a thing of the past. Take your pony up a notch (or three!) with this easy up do featuring not one, but three different ponytails. It looks a lot harder than it really is.
Natural hair shouldn’t always be tamed; learn to maximize your curly or coarse hair and turn it into an edgy, remixed version of a ridiculously cool Mohawk.
According to top stylists, short hair is set to take its moment in the spotlight this year, so those of us who are ahead of the trend can easily channel this Gatsby-inspired look, along with anyone who'd rather keep their luscious locks. Get a chic retro look perfect for your favorite vintage dress, a costume party, or any day you want to feel just a bit more elegant.
It’s fairly obvious we love anything that sparkles, so it shouldn’t come as a surprise that we’re in love with this seasonal trend allowing us to rock a little glitter and glitz well past the holidays. These fun, sparkly extensions, appropriately named “hair icicles,” are made of 100 percent Remy virgin hair and are a super easy, affordable way to add some flair to your mane without the commitment.
Who hasn’t wanted to look just like a Disney princess at some point in her life?! Jasmine and Ariel are basically the epitome of hair goals. So don’t be ashamed if you’re more obsessed with Frozen’s Elsa than your seven-year-old niece is; we don’t blame you for wanting to channel her thick, luxurious braid this winter.
The most literal way to brighten those dreary winter days -- rainbow-colored hair! We're talking the kind without spending a ton of money and committing to it long-term. That route will create less stress, anyway.