Blonde Genius

A meld of honey and baby blonde highlights = genius.
Color by Meaghan Jones.
Cut and style by Tami Jensen.
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Fashionista to Follow: Tania Sarin

Call it Woman Crush Tuesday, because we couldn’t wait until Wednesday to share this. You need to check out the website and social media accounts of stylist, fashion and lifestyle blogger Tania Sarin. An extensions client of Kacey Welch, Tania has a mix of NYC street style an LA/Venice beach vibe, and this fashion guru has a ‘grayscale’ style that we love. Check out for more inspiration.
Photos from @Tania_Sarin’s Instagram Feed
Hair Extensions by Kacey Welch
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Hairtalk: Chanel Spring 2016 Haute Couture

Kind of obsessed right now with Chanel’s Spring 2016 Haute Couture show. The clothes are one thing, sure, from a fashion house that never disappoints, but we can’t get over the hair. Already deemed the “Chanel Croissant” backstage by hair stylist Sam McKnight, we love how the style is futuristic (think Princess Leah) yet classically chic. What do you think?
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Soft Side Braids

Re-posting this how-to braid tutorial from The Coveteur. We are inspired by the detailed yet effortless look of these soft side braids worn at the Herve Leger’s Spring 2016 show. Enjoy!

From The Coveteur:

How to Braid Your Hair like the Models at Hervé Léger

Orlando Pita shows us how to get the perfect wispy braid.

Braiding our own hair… it seriously confounds us. Even a simple ponytail braid ends up twisted and uneven, and, yet, it might just be the most ideal “easy-going” hair style: like you did a little something, but you didn’t go into full up-do mode.

And backstage at Hervé Léger’s Spring 2016 show yesterday, we had our chance. See, Orlando Pita was there with TRESemmé, having imagined the perfect braid to soften Léger’s signature bandage dresses and flared trousers (WANT), all wispy and starting at the front along the forehead, finishing in a ponytail down the back. “It’s a new softer look for our Hervé Léger girl this season,” Pita told us. “She’s still creating a strong statement with the braid, but we’ve played with making it more relaxed with purposely pulled out loose pieces that frame her face and create beautiful movement when she walks.” If we can pull this off, that “beautiful movement” is all ours.

Hervé Léger’s Soft Side Braid


You Will Need…

· Perfectly (un)Done Weightless Moisturizing Shampoo and Conditioner
· Max The Volume Root Lifting Cream
· Perfectly (un)Done Ultra Brushable Hold Hairspray
· A blow dryer
· A round bristle brush
· Small elastics

— Step 1 —

Start by washing your hair using Perfectly (un)Done Weightless Moisturizing Shampoo and Conditioner and towel dry.


— Step 2 —

Apply Max The Volume Root Lifting Cream from the roots to ends and blow dry with a round bristle brush.


— Step 3 —

Create a deep side part and then starting from the crown, begin French braiding down across the forehead. Feed hair from underneath so the braid is raised up and let a few strands of hair fall onto the forehead to create additional texture.


— Step 4 —

Secure the braid into a low pony at the nape of the neck with a small elastic and pull over your shoulder.

— Step 5 —

Finish the look by spraying Perfectly (un)Done Ultra Brushable Hold Hairspray for light hold.