The pony is my go-to style for summer and I’m happy to report it’s not going anywhere the next few seasons. It always looks chic, is low-maintenance, and can be styled a multitude of ways. In fact, if the Fall/Winter 2014 Runway shows are any indication (and they most definitely are) the low pony can help you looked pulled-together and polished in no time. And best of all, as Cutler/Redken stylist Jenny Balding points out, “whether your hair is long or short, a ponytail is a timeless style for women of all ages.”
Here, 3 modern and universally flattering takes on the low pony:
1. Short, Low Ponytail
Shoulder length hair is having a moment right now, making the short, low p
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Labor Day typically means the “Back to School” season, and there’s no shortage of beauty products that will make mothers and kids’ life’s equally stress-free and well, beautiful. Here are some neat back to school finds to get your season of learning off to a great start.
For the Fragrance Junkie: Bath & BodyWorks Scentportables
Sweet smelling lockers and homey and fun fragrances are what make Bath & Bodyworks Scentportables a smart choice for moms and kids. The holders ($3.00-$12.50), including the animal print peace sign, will charm even the pickiest teen. Fill a holder with one of 12 scents (from Pumpkin Cupcake to Vanilla Coconut) and get ready for a lovely aroma to upgra
Your gorgeous locks will just love this week’s Gorgeous Giveaway. From Conair, we have not just one, but two styling tools – Infiniti Pro by Conair 1875-Watt Salon-Performance AC Motor Styling Tool (a fabulous hair dryer) and Infiniti by Conair You Curl (a clamp-free curling iron). We have 3 sets of these wonderful hair tools (total retail value of $88.98) to give away to our lucky winners.
The Infiniti Pro promises salon-quality results with its quiet, lightweight, but powerful AC motor. Designed for hair stylists and salons, an AC motor can provide three times longer dryer life vs
PINK PRODUCTS RAISE AWARENESS AND FUNDS FOR BREAST CANCER
Chances are that breast cancer has touched you in some way. Personally, my mother and grandmother both survived the disease, which affects approximately one in every eight women in the United States. That’s why I’m so grateful to be part of an industry that initiated and continues the Pink Ribbon campaign. This year the beauty makers once again pulled out all the stops to create “Pink” products that raise awareness as well as funds for research and support for women coping with the disease. Some of the leading recipients are The Breast Cancer Research Foundation, Cancer and Careers, and Susan G, Komen for the Cure