20 Pretty Ideas of Peek a Boo Highlights for Any Hair Color

Looking for a way to spice up your hair color while maintaining your hair’s healthy shine? Well then, peek a boo highlights are the answer to your prayers.

By adding some color without the need of the previous all over bleach, this fun style updates your ‘do, causing no damage or split ends.

#1: Burgundy Highlights for Blonde Hair – brown to blonde ombre with burgundy peekaboo highlights

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Heat things up with some wine red peek a boo highlights at the ends of your bottom layers. This look contrasts well with blonde hair, but the hue would also pair well with brown hair. Add in some light blonde tones (pictured here) for an even wilder look.

20 Updated Wet Hairstyles that Will Make You Hang Up Your Hair Dryer

Today’s hottest wet hairstyles are nothing like the crinkly, crispy, slightly greasy appearance of the infamous ’80s wet look. The modern update doesn’t make you think of bright neon colors, frizzy perms, and acid wash jeans. There’s something sleeker and more sophisticated about the new take on wet hair. Some of these looks might even be enough to make you hang up your straightener right along with your hair dryer.

You may wear all of your hair wet-looking – simply sleeked back with a product, imitating the sexy “just from the shower effect” or use some wet accents. It’s, for example, when only the top layer of your hair seems wet.

Remember also that wet hair needs a wet-look make up. So, prepare your illuminators, lip gloss and, maybe, glossy eye-shadow?

#1: Demure, Damply Tousled Bob

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If you have curly or wavy hair, you’ll be happy to know that there are dozens of wet hairstyles designed to highlight your lovely curls – even if you spend most of your time ironing them straight. The bob is a timeless cut that looks quite fetching when left damp and gently tousled. You’ll only need a little bit of product and, as you can see, no crispy curls.

20 Stylish Men’s Hipster Haircuts

Although it’s not all about the form, but the content too, every subculture has its distinctive features. For hipsters, hipster haircuts and vintage-inspired frame glasses are among the most prominent attributes. There’s no secret: every hipster monitors fashion trends and cares a lot about how he or she looks, so the right hairstyle plays an important role in this relation.

They involve a variety of styles, mainly haircuts from the 1920’s-1950s with a modern twist. You’ll find some cool classic undercuts, sleeked back hairstyles, pompadours, fades, side parts, full beards, handlebar moustache, and more in the gallery below.

#1: Evolved Caesar Haircut

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Suitable men’s’ haircuts are sometimes a challenge to modernize, but this one does a great job! Keep the back very short, with the top at least an inch or two long. Comb forward, and create a slightly rounded bang line that is accented by short fade above the ears.

Braids for Short Hair: 20 Newest Ideas

Many people believe that it is difficult to find a cute style with braids for short hair. Mostly, because without length it can be hard for the sections in braids to stay together and not unravel. But, messy styles are in—even for formal events—so those with cropped cuts should put aside antiquated ideas and embrace pretty plaits.

If you have shorter hair, you can experiment with braids as details. Short headband braids, braided bangs and braids in half up hairstyles can have different textures and braided patterns.

You can alternate thicker and thinner braids, try asymmetrical styles, master new braiding techniques and try new trendy hair colors to take your short hairstyles to the new level. Here are some creative examples of braided styles for shorter hair.

#1: Double Weave

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The smaller the braid, the more likely it is to stay put. But, with ashen hair colors, like ash blonde, and also platinum blonde, the details can fade into the background or get lost. By braiding a small braid into a larger one, you create an interesting contrast of textures and draw attention to the unique features of your style.

The Best Winter Hair Colors You’ll Be Dying for in 2019

With the changing of the seasons, you’ll probably want to change your hair color, too. Totally normal! So, here are some great winter hair colors that will inspire you to refresh your look and add some variety to your season!

Whether you want an icy blonde tone, a rich brunette hue or a cute shade from reds for winter, you have a good choice – the pictures below prove that.

Winter is the season of contrasts, that’s why darker browns and light, cool-toned blondes are very welcome for the coldest days of the year. At the same time, if you are willing to test the red palette, you can either go for passionate vine hues or try orangey reds, as hot and magnetizing as flame in a fireplace.

#1: Strawberry Blonde Bombshell

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Warm and sunny strawberry blonde is going to light the surroundings and lift everyone’s spirits on cloudy winter days. You may want to try an ash rosewood hue at the roots that blends into the warm strawberry blonde for a cute temperature contrast. We love the colors on this photo, and they are probably going to look even more gorgeous in real life!

20 Neat and Smart High and Tight Haircuts

Known as the high and tight, this haircut is best described as faded or totally shaved on the sides and back with a longer, yet generally short, portion of hair on the top.

If you’re in the mood for an edgy new haircut, check out the styles below.

#1: Dark High and Tight

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Dark hair is always quite flattering when it comes to showing a faded haircut. Here, you have a military style with a short Mohawk quiff that is incredibly neat and polished.