MAYA NORMAN & JADE WEBER WEAR THE DREAMIEST LOOKS FOR COMMONS & SENSE

Fashion

Rising stars Maya Norman and Jade Weber grace the pages of Commons & Sense’s Spring-Summer 2018 issue. In front of the lens of Ellen Von Unwerth, the duo poses in dreamy dresses and gowns for the editorial. Called ‘The Tale of Two Girls’, the story focuses on lace dresses, wide-brimmed hats and floral appliques styled by Jules Wood. With retro makeup and hair, the duo channels pure vintage vibes.

Maya Norman & Jade Weber Wear The Dreamiest Looks for Commons & Sense

Maya Norman & Jade Weber Wear The Dreamiest Looks for Commons & Sense

Maya Norman & Jade Weber Wear The Dreamiest Looks for Commons & Sense

Maya Norman & Jade Weber Wear The Dreamiest Looks for Commons & Sense

Maya Norman & Jade Weber Wear The Dreamiest Looks for Commons & Sense

Maya Norman & Jade Weber Wear The Dreamiest Looks for Commons & Sense

Maya Norman & Jade Weber Wear The Dreamiest Looks for Commons & Sense

Maya Norman & Jade Weber Wear The Dreamiest Looks for Commons & Sense

comments(0) views(155)

TROPICAL VIBES: REFORMATION LAUNCHES HAWAIIAN COLLECTION

Fashion

Reformation Hawaiian clothing collection
See Reformation’s Hawaiian collection

It’s the height of summer, and if you still want to upgrade your wardrobe, Reformation offers up the perfect solution. The buzzy brand unveils its Hawaiian Collection featuring colorful tropical prints. From two-piece sets to form-fitting minidresses and button-up shirts, Reformation offers chic finds for summer. See some of our favorites from the Hawaiian collection below, and shop the rest at TheReformation.com.

Related: Big Splash | Discover Reformation’s Latest Swimwear Designs


REFORMATION HAWAIIAN COLLECTION

Reformation Umbria Dress in Plumeria $218
Reformation ‘Umbria’ Dress in Plumeria $218
A halter neck dress features a straight neckline with a wrap skirt in a tropical print.
Reformation Puka Top in Lei $98
Reformation ‘Puka’ Top in Lei $98
Channel tropical vibes in a short sleeve top made with a button front closure.
Reformation Corfu Dress in Aloha $198
Reformation ‘Corfu’ Dress in Aloha $198
Look cute in a printed minidress featuring a sweetheart neckline and midsection cutout.
Reformation Oahu Two Piece in Postcards $148
Reformation ‘Oahu’ Two Piece in Postcards $148
This two piece shirt and shorts combo comes in a bold print capturing postcard scenes.
Reformation Umbria Dress in Blue Lion $218
Reformation ‘Umbria’ Dress in Blue Lion $218
Embrace sunny weather in a printed dress featuring a cut-out midsection and wrap silhouette.
Reformation Puka Top in Aloha $98
Reformation ‘Puka’ Top in Aloha $98
Paired with jeans, this Hawaiian print shirt exudes pure summer vibes.
Reformation Corfu Dress in Gold Leaf $198
Reformation ‘Corfu’ Dress in Gold Leaf $198
A mini length dress comes with a sweetheart neckline and zipper at the back.

comments(0) views(106)

GIGI HADID, ADWOA & ABBEY LEE FRONT FENDI’S FALL 2018 CAMPAIGN

Fashion

Gigi Hadid fronts Fendi fall-winter 2018 campaign
Gigi Hadid fronts Fendi fall-winter 2018 campaign

Fendi goes back to basics with the release of its fall-winter 2018 campaign. The advertisements feature notable faces Gigi Hadid, Adwoa Aboah and Abbey Lee Kershaw. Photographed by Fendi creative director Karl Lagerfeld, the trio poses in a stripped down studio setting. Inspired by the allure of backstage, logo print dresses, statement bags and elegant outerwear take the spotlight.

Related: Kim Kardashian & North West Front Fendi #MeandMyPeekaboo Campaign

FENDI FALL/WINTER 2018 CAMPAIGN

Adwoa Aboah stars in Fendi fall-winter 2018 campaign
Adwoa Aboah stars in Fendi fall-winter 2018 campaign
Abbey Lee Kershaw stars in Fendi fall-winter 2018 campaign
Abbey Lee Kershaw stars in Fendi fall-winter 2018 campaign
Fendi unveils fall-winter 2018 campaign
Fendi unveils fall-winter 2018 campaign
Adwoa Aboah appears in Fendi fall-winter 2018 campaign
Adwoa Aboah appears in Fendi fall-winter 2018 campaign
An image from Fendi's fall 2018 advertising campaign
An image from Fendi’s fall 2018 advertising campaign
Karl Lagerfeld photographs Fendi fall-winter 2018 campaign
Karl Lagerfeld photographs Fendi fall-winter 2018 campaign
Fendi focuses on eyewear for fall-winter 2018 campaign
Fendi focuses on eyewear for fall-winter 2018 campaign
Model Adwoa Aboah appears in Fendi fall-winter 2018 campaign
Model Adwoa Aboah appears in Fendi fall-winter 2018 campaign

comments(0) views(79)

5 TIPS FOR MAKING YOUR HAIR EXTENSIONS LAST

Fashion

Photo: Unsplash
Photo: Unsplash

Long hair never goes out of style, and that’s why you see so many celebrities and beauty gurus rocking hair extensions. High-quality hair extensions are costly, so you want to make sure your gorgeous locks last and stay healthy. While you can be rough with your natural hair, you want to be gentle when taking care of your hair extensions. It’s easy to damage your new hairstyle if you aren’t careful. Follow these 5 tips to make sure your hair extensions last as long as possible. 

1. SEE AN EXTENSION PROFESSIONAL

The biggest tip for long-lasting extensions is to start with a professional. While more salons than ever before are offering hair extensions to their guests, they aren’t all created equal. It’s vital that you find a professional with experience working with high-quality hair.  Pierre Haddad’s expertise is to always ask a trusted salon for recommendations about the best hair, length, and style for you before committing.

An expert extension stylist will be able to offer personalized tips for taking care of your hair after your treatment. Depending on the type of hair used and how it is applied, you might need to be especially careful during certain parts of your beauty routine.

2. USE HIGH-QUALITY HAIR PRODUCTS

Hair extensions have already gone through a level of processing. They need to be treated delicately, and that means using quality hair products. This isn’t the time to use your drugstore shampoo or harsh leave-in treatment. You can ask your hair stylist for recommendations or look for products designed specifically for extensions.

Photo: Pexels
Photo: Pexels

3. BE CAREFUL WHEN STYLING YOUR HAIR

The most critical step is to be cautious. Because your extensions look so much like your real hair, it’s easy to brush too hard on accident. If you’re tugging on stubborn knots, you might undo your new hairstyle. Your stylist can show you the proper way to brush around your extension without disturbing its place in your hair.

The same goes for washing your hair. Harsh water and scrubbing can not only be damaging to your hair but also harmful to your new additions. Always scrub lightly from root to tip and work in even strokes. Avoid tangling your hair as you’re washing it.

4. SKIP THE HEAT

While it’s not always possible to skip the heat when styling your hair, hot tools are bad news for your new hair piece. If you must use heat, try to limit it to the ends only to avoid disturbing the bond with your natural strands. It’s okay to use some heat but use it sparingly. Your hair stylist can show you the best way to apply heat to your newly styled hair to avoid unnecessary damage.

If you’re in the habit of using heat regularly to style your hair, counter this with conditioning treatments. Deep conditioning is easy to do at home, and it repairs both your natural hair and your hairpiece.

5. NEVER SLEEP WITH WET HAIR

Finally, the most important thing to remember is that you should never sleep with wet hair. While most with long hair have experienced the crazy styling effects of sleeping while hair is still drying, it’s even more of a risk with extensions. Waking up with tangled extensions is a pain to fix in the morning, plus it creates some serious bedhead.

Always dry your hair completely before you go to sleep. Even if your hair is dry, it might still get messy if you tend to toss and turn at night. You can fight this by braiding your hair lightly or even by covering your hair with a scarf to keep it from tangling with itself.

Protect your hair extensions from damage by treating them with care. These tips will ensure your hairstyle lasts longer and looks its best. Taking care of your hairpiece means not only less trips to the salon but also fewer bad hair days.

comments(0) views(81)

FARETTA MODELS BOLD ANIMAL PRINTS FOR VOGUE RUSSIA

Fashion

Faretta stands out in yellow on the August 2018 cover of Vogue Russia. Photographed by Olivier Zahm, the brunette stunner wears a sequin embellished animal print dress from Tom Ford. Inside the fashion glossy, Faretta embraces bold patterns styled by Katerina Zolototrubova. The Croatian beauty models the designs of Michael Kors, Balenciaga, Dior and more.

Faretta Models Bold Animal Prints for Vogue Russia

Faretta Models Bold Animal Prints for Vogue Russia

Faretta Models Bold Animal Prints for Vogue Russia

Faretta Models Bold Animal Prints for Vogue Russia

Faretta Models Bold Animal Prints for Vogue Russia

Faretta Models Bold Animal Prints for Vogue Russia

Faretta Models Bold Animal Prints for Vogue Russia

Faretta Models Bold Animal Prints for Vogue Russia

Faretta Models Bold Animal Prints for Vogue Russia

Faretta Models Bold Animal Prints for Vogue Russia

comments(0) views(96)

HALSEY TAKES THE SPOTLIGHT IN MARIE CLAIRE

Fashion

Halsey on Marie Claire US August 2018 Cover
Halsey on Marie Claire US August 2018 Cover

Halsey lands the August 2018 cover of Marie Claire US. Photographed by Mark Seliger, the singer wears a ruffled Chloe dress with Cartier earrings. For the accompanying shoot, Halsey poses outdoors in these glamorous shots. Styled by Solange Franklin, the short-haired beauty wears designs from the likes of Saint Laurent, Versace and Dior.

Related: Halsey Wears Cool Boots in Frye Campaign

COVER SHOOT: HALSEY FOR MARIE CLAIRE US AUGUST 2018

Halsey strikes a pose in a long dress
Halsey strikes a pose in a long dress

HALSEY ON PERFORMING AND MENTAL ILLNESS

In her interview, Halsey talks about how performing helps with her mental illness.

I release endorphins, serotonin, dopamine, norepinephrine. Like, it’s literally a drug response. I don’t manage my mental illness to keep up with my lifestyle; I manage my lifestyle to keep up with my mental illness.”

Posing at the beach, Halsey wears Versace dress and scarf with Sidney Garber bracelets
Posing at the beach, Halsey wears Versace dress and scarf with Sidney Garber bracelets
Singer Halsey poses in Saint Laurent dress
Singer Halsey poses in Saint Laurent dress
Photographed in black and white, Halsey poses in Marie Claire
Photographed in black and white, Halsey poses in Marie Claire
Halsey poses in Dior dress and Simon G. Jewelry earrings
Halsey poses in Dior dress and Simon G. Jewelry earrings
Singer Halsey wears Chloe dress with Cartier earrings
Singer Halsey wears Chloe dress with Cartier earrings

comments(0) views(73)

Powered by Bagseshow.com sitemap