If you have black hair—or, like, dark, dark, dark, dark-brown hair that's basically black—it can feel like the only color change you can make is a drastically lightened transformation. But, surprise! You're wrong. (It's okay; we're not judging).
Because you can actually reinvent a deep hue with a just few strategically placed highlights in shades of amber, auburn, and, yes, even some candy-apply red. And lucky for you, we've got the most-excellent ideas as demonstrated by your favorite celebs, ahead.
The Look: Auburn, face-framing highlights that feel almost aubergine.
The Look: Caramel and gold-tipped ends, plus an insanely perfect bun that's unrelated, but still magical.
Demi Lovato took a page out of the Kardashian fashion rule book when she hit the MTV European Music Awards in London on Sunday night wearing a statement plaid suit sans shirt.
She sported waist-length hair and added a pop of color to her look with bright red eyeshadow. The no-shirt trend has been picking up speed, although it does leave me wondering a few things: Does your torso get cold? Doesn't it severely limit your arm movements? Is dealing with sticky fashion tape worth it? Is it actually faster to pick out an outfit if you have one less thing (i.e., a shirt) to match it with?
Sia has given a huge middle finger to people trying to make money off her by posting one of her own naked photos.
The "Cheap Thrills" singer shared a paparazzi photo of herself naked on what looks like a hotel or apartment balcony, facing away from the camera, on her Twitter page (so NSFW).
"Someone is apparently trying to sell naked photos of me to my fans," she wrote. "Save your money, here it is for free. Everyday is Christmas!"
Fans on the social media network praised the star for not being intimidated and her "badass" way of handling the situation.
Beyoncé(@beyonce)님의 공유 게시물님, 2017 10월 20 오전 9:39 PDT
Beyoncé has mostly relied on her signature hip-length manes recently, but this weekend saw the return of a long-lost power hairdo: the topknot. The warrior-like style has seen a recent resurgence, with models like Kendall Jenner and Bella Hadid working to reinvent the simple updo. Perhaps it's the easy elegance of the two-second style, or maybe it's the underlying acknowledgement that one has something better to do than brushing one's hair (the topknot seems to be the 2017 version of just-out-of-bed hair). No matter the reason, it's becoming clear that the high knot--preferably sitting right atop the crown--is here to stay.
Beyoncé(@beyonce)님의 공유 게시물님, 2017 10월 21 오전 8:08 PDT
Alicia Vikander and Michael Fassbender are rumored to be getting married this weekend in Ibiza. And while the Oscar winner conquered the front row during fashion week in Louis Vuitton’s directional designs, Vikander’s sundress, worn yesterday, could provide hints at her bridal style. Vikander often graces the red carpet in sweeping ensembles from Louis Vuitton, Prabal Gurung, and Rodarte—yesterday’s dress captured the same effortless vibe, but in bride-friendly white.
The intricately woven sleeves and hem form a girlish foil to the clean, dotted palette. Taupe flat sandals grounded the look with simple polish, while heart-shaped sunglasses alluded to upcoming nuptials in paparazzi-proof fashion.
As the Spring 2018 collections hit the runways, one of the most surprising trends for the upcoming season was spandex bike shorts. Styled with everything from tailored suit jackets to ornate tops, bike shorts were spotted at Off-White, Dolce & Gabbana, Dion Lee, and more. While the trend may seem impossible to wear in real life, Kim Kardashian West just got a head-start on the look and proved it can work off the runway, too.
Taking a stab at the tricky trend, Kardashian West styled a gray turtleneck sweater with black bike shorts and knee-high boots. The end result? A surprisingly sleek, fall-friendly combination.