Ladies, Here Are Your Answers As To WHY MEN CHEAT!

Yes, you were the sweet , faithful , loving girlfriend/ wife/ spouse the whole time, but despite the fact that you’re also beautiful, you were still played.  How can that be? What did I do wrong?


Before I answer this , I want to confirm with everyone that it is a proven fact that men cheat way more than women. Im not saying that all women are angelic- there are some who cheat just as often as men do.  If  you were cheated on in the past or are going through it right now, read on. This may play a part in your situation.


Have you caught your man doing this?


Lmao. This is too funny. Sorry to be so blunt, but men cheat because they are not emotionally connected to their partner. Women feel that when men arent happy, we gotta give it up. The guys need to feel like they are appreciated in all that they do for us.
For a majority of men, they want to be the one that takes care of everything, which means providing a safe and loving home. They want to hear you say “baby, you’re working so hard. I appreciate all that you do. I love you. You’re doing a fabulous job”


When you’ve been in a relationship for a while, you get into that “comfort” zone, where you start farting, picking your nose, burping, and you switch your sexy ass true religions or hot dresses for comfy pair of sweatpants and tie your hair back. Try making an effort once in a while to doll yourself up. Keep the spark alive. Remind him why he fell in love with your dazzling smile.


Now, if you can add more to my list of why men cheat, feel free to post it. I am more than happy to read about it.

7 Most Important Things To Do Before Getting A New Haircut

With the change of season do you have the desire to change look? Would you prefer a clean and radical cut or simply a new long hairstyle? The choice is not as easy as it seems at first sight, because we often ignore a basic rule: the haircut must be chosen according to your preference but also taking into account these seven considerations:

Every profession has some aesthetic requirements, whether for own comfort or for image. For example, a surgeon who has to spend all day in the operating room may prefer to get a haircut that is more comfortable while a punk rock musician may have to get a haircut that is more extreme. A politician would prefer a side-parted conservative look while an introvert guy may choose a side swept bangs hairstyle with a few strands of hair covering one eye.

It is recommended to wear your professional clothes before covering them with the salon’s cape to have a better idea [for you and your hairstylist] of how does your hairstyle match your dress code or daily appearance.

If you are dazzled by the latest hairstyle worn by a celebrity, before proceeding to replicate it on you, analyze your face and especially discuss it with your hairstylist because even a cut perfectly executed can be a disaster if not combined with the right face.

The hairstyle should follow the ABCs of image consulting, which must accentuate the merits, balance the proportions, and disguise small defects. If you have a bit of a receding hairline, you can hide it using short bangs. If you have beautiful eyes, you can sweep your eyebrow-length bangs to one eye.

There are some different types of face shapes you should know in order to choose the right hairstyle. Here are a few types of common of them and their suitable haircuts:
Square:
- Forget the straight fringe.
- Do not use the short and square haircut.
- Use front layers of your hair to give some roundness to your face.
Rectangular:
- Use bangs to shorten the face.
- Do not use long hair to prevent further lengthening your face.
Round:
- Avoid hair that is very short and fluffy.
- Do not use fringe.
- Spike of puff your hair up to lengthen your face.
- Do not take part in the middle, takes side stripe.
Read on my previous face shapes article for complete tips on choosing the right hairstyle for your face.

It is recommended to take online hairstyle makeover. There are a number of sites that allow you to upload a picture of yourself and try different styles on your face cut. This can give you a fair idea of how would you appear with that haircut.

This practice proves to be very beneficial because not only does it tells you the most appropriate hairstyle for you but also rules out a number of others which would have proved to be a disaster had you accidentally gone for it.

The Hairstyler is one such useful website that provides you these services. Apart from giving you the freedom to sample various celebrity haircuts, it also allows you to test different hair color and facial hair.

Now that you have chosen the kind of hairstyle that you want to go for, it is important to analyze if you will be able to maintain it. Of your daily routine dictates a hectic day of travel, probably you would not be able to maintain a delicate hairstyle. A puff or a delicate parting will get lost somewhere under your helmet or in the wind.

Take a look at your hair styling products. You may need to buy some products to achieve your new look.

If you intend to get a short traditional haircut, most barbershops can handle it. But, if you want to get a style that need styling techniques or some styling products, then you need to go to a salon.

Not all hairstylists are the same. Each stylist has his own style and skill. It is very important that before you put your precious hair in someone’s hands try him to ensure that he knows his job. If he doesn’t know how to do your chosen hairstyle, ask him to recommend a better salon. Also learn about the stylist’s reputation from people who have been to him before. Take a feedback from your friends and relatives about the salon you plan to visit.

Show some haircut photos that you desire and communicate with your stylist. Do not be afraid to say what you want to do with your hair. Ask for their advice, but remember that you do not have to take it always. It is also all right to say no to a hairstyle offered by him if you strongly feel that it is not your type.

Do keep in mind that your hairstylist, by virtue of being in the business for long, has much more knowledge about the type of hair and the kinds of cuts that are feasible and suitable on them. Always talk to your stylists before imposing a haircut of your choice on him. Tell him everything he needs to know about your hair, hair problem, etc. Ask him about the quality of your hair and if the haircut of your choice will suit you. It might happen that a haircut appeals you when you have tried it on you on a virtual makeover, but when executed in reality, it turns out to be total flop.

Taking a friend along with you to the salon can work in ways more than one. First, if he knows the one who is going to give you a haircut, it will be easy to communicate the kind of style you desire. Second, if he is the person whose hairstyle you like and want to imitate, it will make the stylist’s job easier because he has a ready reference in front of him. The third way that your friend can be useful is that he can provide you with an unbiased opinion about how the haircut is going. If there is any mid course correction that is required, he can intimate the stylist provided he exactly knows what king of a cut were you here for.

These tricks if followed well can result in you getting a good hair makeover of your choice. While some of them are optional, it is very important to give due attention to the fact that hairstyles shall be dictated by your face cut, daily routine, and your profession.

source:menshairstyle.com

How To Spike Bangs Up

There is a time when men with bangs need to expose their bangs as their foreheads feel itchy. One simplest way to remove your bangs from the forehead without cutting them and damaging your good-looking appearance is by spiking it up.


To achieve it, you need a straight fringe in a reasonable length. Don’t go with more than 3 inch length, except you want to get a quiff look like the Jedward’s.


Start with a clean damp hair. Blow dry your bangs from the root to the tip. So, the bangs will stand up naturally. Rub a small amount of hair gel and apply it to the fringe with your fingers. Then spritz some hairspray to make your bangs stay in place. If you want to make the fringe looks smooth, brush it up with a hairbrush.

A Celebration of Whitney Houston Hairstyles

Whitney Houston pre Grammy party 2012 layered bob with caramel highlights


Whitney gave such incredibly beautiful music to the world, that it was fitting her life was celebrated in such a significant way today at her funeral. It was a beautiful remembrance to a life that touched so many with her gift and stoic determination to do the very best with her given talent.


Stevie Wonder, Alicia Keys, Mother Cece, Clive Davis and Kevin Costner are just a few stars that gave moving songs and eulogies to the star. The lovely eulogy given by Costner was one many will remember from the heart and such a loving memory of Whitney.


Costner recalled Whitney’s words about staring with him in “The Bodyguard; she asked, “Am I good enough? Am I pretty enough? Will they like me?” “It was the part, said Costner, that made her great and the part that made her stumble in the end.”  Whitney if you can hear me now, you weren’t just good enough, you were great! You sung the whole damn song without a band!”


“Escorted by an army of angels, to your heavenly Father, and when you sing before him, don’t you worry . . .  you’ll be good enough!”


Side by Side Pictures of Whitney Houston, with big bobbed hair


Whitney Houston, big bobbed hair. . wanna dance?


Side by Side pictures of Whitney Houston with natural half updo hair

Whitney Houston’s natural half up-do a fashion statement
At Nelson Mandela’s 70th Birthday Party in London

On the lef Whitney in a short wedge hairstyle with headband on the right amedium length flip                                             
Short wedge hairstyle with headband          A medium length flip cut

On the left short curly hair on the right Whitney in a bob with side swept bangs                                                                             
Short curly hair           A Bob with side swept bangs


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Classic Hairstyles

Michelle Williams at the 2011 Oscars with this short pixie hairstyle


From the runways of Milan to the fashion houses of Paris, the influences and inspiration for European trend setters are often sparked by styles sported by American celebrities and movie stars. If news travels fast, then what’s red hot in fashion travels at the speed of light. Keeping up with the most current and exciting trends is any stylist’s challenge and passion.


Every decade or so, a truly special hairstyle arrives on the scene, sets the hair world on its head, and remains an iconic classic.  Timeless style defies what is “in” and stands the test of time by reaching beyond oceans, borders and cultures.  The remarkable and memorable haircuts donned by the famous, such as Farrah Fawcett, Dorothy Hamill, and Jennifer Aniston, illustrate how a trend can catch-on and then spread around the globe like wildfire.


Here are a few hair trends inspired by American celebrities which have made a big splash in both Europe and the U.S. over the past several decades:


Halle Berry in a Pixie haircut


Michelle Williams and Halle Berry have brought this classic short cut back into the limelight, but it first appeared in the 1950’s on the elegant and perfectly shaped head of Audrey Hepburn in the Oscar winning film, Roman Holiday.  The epitome of low-maintenance and versatility, the pixie became an international phenomenon again in 1960’s London on model and sensation Twiggy. The close-cropped layers of the pixie frame the face and enhance one’s features.  It was stylist Vidal Sassoon who re-popularized the pixie when he dressed Mia Farrow’s hair in the film Rosemary’s Baby - it hasn’t gone out of vogue since. The pixie is brilliant in its simplicity and youthful flare and always looks effortless and well put together.  A woman who wears the pixie exudes confidence and a feminine, playful sexiness.


Brigitte Bardot was the definition of womanly, curvaceous sex appeal.  Her signature fresh-out-of-bed look was all the rage in the 1960’s, and gained even more notoriety when repeated by Ursula Andress in the first James Bond film, Dr. No.  But it was Bardot’s memorable long, tousled, deliberately messy hairdo that made it a fashion staple.  Today, Angelina Jolie presents the bedhead from a brunette’s perspective.  This look is easy to create with a dab of styling gel with volumizer worked through damp hair with the fingers. The result is easy, carefree, and sensuous hair.


Cameron in a Classic Bob Hairstyle


It’s Cameron Diaz’s signature look, and Dorothy Hamill won an Olympic Gold Medal while twirling and swinging it around. The bob has been a standard go-to hairstyle since its popularity with flappers in the 1920’s.  Again, it was Vidal Sassoon who brought the bob back to popularity by making it more elegant and simpler, once again cementing it as inspiration for European hairstylists.  Identified with Uma Thurman in the film Pulp Fiction, the bob can be cut in one length, layered, worn with or without bangs, straight or curly.  Common variations of the standard bob are the angled bob, and for high-powered chicness, the asymmetrical bob.  No matter how you cut it, the bob is here to stay.


In a current fashion climate defined by natural, sporty, minimalist beauty, these hairstyle trends have endured as inspiration for European hairstylists and influence the fashion scene around the world.  Being forward-thinking sometimes requires looking back; when we do, we often find that a classic of the past is as contemporary and chic as ever.

Emmy Hairstyles; My Take

Emmy Hairstyle winner 1920's hairstyle on Downton Abbey's?Lady Mary Crawley


The Emmys are coming up on Sunday night, and everyone is wondering which of the nominees will pull through with a win. But what’s on our mind is which nominated characters wore the most fabulous Emmy hairstyles this season! While shows such as Breaking Bad, Parks and Rec, Downton Abbey, Mad Men, and Nurse Jackie are all in the running for a statue, some of their stars are also on our list of best hairstyles for the characters they portray.


Downton Abbey, wins my vote for best hairstyles, costumes, sets, directing . . . where characters like Lady Mary Crawley, portrayed by Michelle Dockery, take on traditional 1920s hairstyles? that are as timeless now as they were then. Dockery looks stunning in a jeweled? headpiece that pins back loose waves rolled at the nape of her neck. This look as well as others from the show, gave a big boost to retro hairstyles and Edwardian-era fashions once again. Then there are always the spin-offs. This style gets an update with a more free-flowing bang, a different accessory or piece of jewelry, or longer hair that has been relaxed into soft waves cascading down the back.


While many of their dos are credited towards their amazing hair stylists, we have to give actresses such as Christina Hendricks props for pulling off such an amazing stacked bob with flawless grace as Joan Harris in Mad Men. Her side-swept bangs and loose curls? blown back into an old school quaffed bob is what makes this look so award winning. Ladies on the later side of thirty could pull this off with just the same amount of appropriate tact. The stacked, cropped bob, however played, hasn’t gone out of style. Younger generations?don the same look with headbands, clips, or longer bangs and give the cut a more? modern feel.


Emmy Hairstyle Winner the stacked bob on Joan Harris in Mad Men


Nurse Jackie has been a constant favorite for the Emmy’s, and Edie Falco wears a short crop haircut with style. Designed in the show for a sleek take on a fast and?easy hairstyle, doctors and nurses can take a cue from Falco’s character Jackie Peyton?and the easily styled crop cut. This short haircut rarely needs to be blown dry, rather, it can be towel dried and styled with fingers and a touch of wax products or gel. The look is both casual and sexy. The versatility of this short haircut shows through in Falco’s neurotic character.


Edie Falco wears a short crop Emmy hairstyle winner


Funny girl, Amy Peohler has, once again, been nominated for her show Parks and Rec,?and Poehler’s character, Leslie Knope, does not disappoint in her chic shoulder length cut. While Knope is a bit of a joke around the Parks and Rec office, Poehler’s hairstyle is actually a quintessential and appropriate professional hairstyle. Soft side-swept bangs and long face framing layers slightly curled off the face, give off a seventies, Farrah Fawcet feel, that never really goes out of style. Her hairstyle can easily be styled into a loose pony or chignon, for a sexy, flirty, feel at night.


Funny girl, Amy Peohler in a sholder lenght Emmy Hairstyle


Finally, there is one of Breaking Bad’s main men, Jesse Pinkman, portrayed by Aaron?Paul. While his look is lawlessly bad-ass, it not only fits the character perfectly, it’s also uncannily attractive on him . . . whew! Buzzed haircuts ?are spotted on more and more men these days, and goes so fabulously with a sexy five o’clock shadow. This haircut works best for those with nicely shaped noggins. The buzz cut also? accentuates the cheek and jaw bone structure and allows someone with a young looking face to appear more mature. While Paul needs no assistance in the bone structure definition area, his haircut makes him look, as his character should, dangerous, and somewhat of a vagabond heart throb. Two things we are certainly okay with in this case.


Jesse Pinkman, portrayed by Aaron?Paul in a Buzz cut Emmy Hairstyle


While all the stars will undoubtedly look fabulous on Sunday’s red carpet, it goes without saying that these characters have captured some of the best hairstyles of generations, and the looks that remind us why they have remained timeless.

Top 10 Summer Hairstyles

Slide 1Brittany Snow Summer Hairstyle Photo: © Jordan Strauss/WireImage

Brittany Snow keeps her hair looking fresh and fun for the hotter months with this loose, side-swept braid. It’s perfect for looking stylish, but not too made-up so you can rock it at the beach or a summer BBQ.

Try on Brittany Snow’s hairstyle in the Makeover Studio!

Bella ThorneBella Thorne Summer Hairstyles Photo: © Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images

For a hairstyle that’ll hold up during the smoldering summer heat try Bella Thorne’s long face-framing bangs and pulled-back ponytail. You’ll look cute and won’t have to worry about sweaty locks on the back of your neck.

Try on Bella Thorne’s hairstyle in the Makeover Studio!

Slide 3Selena Gomez Summer Hairstyle Photo: © Steve Granitz/WireImage

Disney Channel star Selena Gomez rocks the latest summer trend: feather hair extensions. Through in some waves and pin back your bangs and you’ll be sure to catch your summer crush’s attention with this hairstyle. (Ahem, Bieber Fever anyone?)

Try on Selena Gomez’s hairstyle in the Makeover Studio!

Slide 4Elle Fanning Summer Hairstyle Photo: © Jason LaVeris/FilmMagic

Looking for a summer updo with a twist (literally)? Try Elle Fanning’s swept-back ‘do with a thick headband braid for a cool summer look that’ll stay put all day long.

Try on Elle Fanning’s hairstyle in the Makeover Studio!

Slide 5C:\Program Photo: © Ethan Miller/Getty Images for Pure Nightclub

Are you obsessed with the latest accessories? Try out this beaded headpiece like Vanessa Hudgens and you’ll be sure to get that beach goddess look.

Try on Vanessa Hudgens’s hairstyle in the Makeover Studio!

Slide 6Emma Watson Summer Hairstyle Photo: © Mike Marsland/WireImage

For all of the short haired girls with a crop like Emma Watson, dress up your tresses this summer with a sleek side part and smoothed down strands.

Try on Emma Watson’s hairstyle in the Makeover Studio!

Slide 7Christina Millian Summer Hairstyle Photo: © David Livingston/Getty Images

Hitting up the boardwalk with your best girlfriends this summer? Have fun in the sun and stay cool like Christina Milian with a slicked back side ponytail and deep side part.

Try on Christina Milian’s hairstyle in the Makeover Studio!

Slide 8Emma Roberts Summer Hairstlye Photo: © Ferdaus Shamim/WireImage

It’s no secret that beachy waves and braids are staples when it comes to summer hairstyles. Why not mix it up and combine the two like Emma Roberts for a fun, easy and carefree look.

Try on Emma Roberts’s hairstyle in the Makeover Studio!

Slide 9Jordin Sparks Summer Hairstyle Photo: © Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images

This summer is all about bright colors, from neon nails to bubblegum pink lips, so why not add the same hues to your hair like Jordin Sparks? Try bright streaks of purple like this American Idol for a fun day at the beach.

Try on Jordin Sparks’s hairstyle in the Makeover Studio!

Slide 10Ashley Benson Summer Hairstyle Photo: © Jesse Grant/WireImage

Ashley Benson is ready for a bonfire or outdoor party with this blonde bun. Just pile all of your hair on top of your head for a hairstyle that will keep you looking cool and confident this summer.

Try on Ashley Benson’s hairstyle in the Makeover Studio!

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6 Gray Hairstyles Worth Stealing!

 Meryl Streep classy short grey hair Devil Wears Prada


Seriously, didn’t you go crazy for Meryl Streep’s silver, gray hair in The Devil Wears Prada ? I can’t believe her friends haven’t talked her into going there yet. When I first saw her in this fabulous wig (so fabulous that I wasn’t sure it was a wig!) I thought,”this is it, it’s time to cut my hair and let it go gray;  a sexy, silvery, white minx gray! But . . . I haven’t taken that leap yet. My hubby would like to see me go with a short gray hair style.  (I’m a brunette and my hair is long, can you believe it?)  He says, I’d be shocked at how many men think gray hair is sexy! I think a healthy head of gray hair is gorgeous  too . . .  but am I ready to go there?? Not quite yet, but going natural with my gray hair is on my radar.


So why do so many of us struggle with going natural with our gray hair? Well, to begin with we’ve been hounded by the media our whole, entire lives, that gray hair needs to be colored to keep ourselves forever young. Then we aren’t sure if we’ll have a pretty, silvery, shiny gray hair type, or some other combination we’ve seen that looks not nearly as striking as we hoped for. And, some gray hair colors can make a woman look a bit sallow and washed out!  But then . . . look at what it did for Meryl Streep!


I do think gray hair should be embraced . . . but when?  In fact, silver strands compliment most skin tones and features. Just because our hair is graying doesn’t mean we should throw style to the wind! Gray hair isn’t the culprit that necessarily ages a woman, but unflattering, unkempt gray hair will!


Here are some fabulously magnificent gray hairstyles to help us all dispel the myth that gray hair . . . equals old!


Classic gray bob hairstyle


Bob hairstyles are classic, chic and just keep getting more and more popular as time goes by. A bob can be worn with straight, smooth hair or it can be just as tantalizing with a tousled, wavy texture.  Wear an angled bob to add dimension and definition to your hair style. Gray hair looks especially striking with a smooth bob, because silver shades can be brilliant with high shine. Razor layered bobs keep many hair types manageable, so if you prefer little maintenance, ask your stylist if you can wear a bob haircut like this.


Silver gray medium length hairstyle side swept bangs


A shoulder length layered cut with side-swept bangs is super flattering on gray hair! The key to wearing this style is keeping hair smooth and sleek. To get this look, blow dry your hair with a round brush to remove frizz and to add volume. Add a pomade on the bangs at the roots, to keep them out of your face and apply a silicone product all over to add shine and promote silkiness.


Silver gray short flip hairstyle


 A short layered cut,with flipped up ends, looks young and updated with gray hair. Adding bangs to this hairstyle helps to frame the face and accentuate features like the eyes and cheekbones. Once you have cut shorter layers into your hair, straighten your hair with a flat iron and bend the ends up with the edge of the straightener. Using a texturizing product throughout your hair will create a fun, piecy look.


long gray hairstyle beachy waves


Beachy waves or a stylized, messy texture, looks great with long, wavy gray hair. Using a sea salt spray while it is still wet and letting it air dry, will give you a sassy twist on your normal hairstyle. Or, scrunch your hair while it is still wet, and  let it be . . . your waves will be sculpted and defined. This style is so modern and fashionable and the best part is, it’s easy to achieve and it looks great!


Jamie Curtis gray pixie hairstyle


Pixie cuts look fabulous with gray hair. They can be fresh and fierce and show a whole lot of attitude! Pixie cuts require a little bit of upkeep because they are so short and should be trimmed frequently to maintain the shape. The great thing about a pixie cut is that it doesn’t require a lot of time to style. Simply use a bit of light hold gel all over and use your fingers to style it in place.

Katie Holmes Shows How Your Hairstyle Defines You

Katie Holmes Seductive Temptress Look


Katie Holmes, at 33 looks like she’s decided to show another side of her personality; the seductive temptress! This new shot of Katie just came out and is featured in a new ad-campaign for the jewelry line H. Stern. I think her hairstyle is worth taking note of because . . .


Most always looking like, ‘the girl you could bring home to Mom,’ Katie doesn’t fit that prototype here!   What I thought was blog worthy is Katie’s sexy, new temptress role above is personified by her hairstyle. Could your haircut do that?


Clearly our choice of hairstyle, or how we style it, displays to others a snippit of our personality. Sometimes how we choose to style our hair may be just for fun and it might display an assumed role or perhaps a façade.  But, just as experts have proven your clothes serve to define you, your hairstyle similarly defines you.  Your haircut, hairstyle, and at times your hair color, speak volumes even before you open your mouth and utter whatever it is you’re going to say.  Interesting huh?


You may already know how this works intuitively, and have found the perfect hairdo that looks and feels right for you, but if not, think about making a change. Find a new hairstylist if you need to or talk with your stylist about making a new change that fits your personality and lifestyle.


Do these hairstyles define Katie Holmes differently to you? . . . .


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Katie Holmes Shows How Your Hairstyle Defines You

Katie Holmes Seductive Temptress Look


Katie Holmes, at 33 looks like she’s decided to show another side of her personality; the seductive temptress! This new shot of Katie just came out and is featured in a new ad-campaign for the jewelry line H. Stern. I think her hairstyle is worth taking note of because . . .


Most always looking like, ‘the girl you could bring home to Mom,’ Katie doesn’t fit that prototype here!   What I thought was blog worthy is Katie’s sexy, new temptress role above is personified by her hairstyle. Could your haircut do that?


Clearly our choice of hairstyle, or how we style it, displays to others a snippit of our personality. Sometimes how we choose to style our hair may be just for fun and it might display an assumed role or perhaps a façade.  But, just as experts have proven your clothes serve to define you, your hairstyle similarly defines you.  Your haircut, hairstyle, and at times your hair color, speak volumes even before you open your mouth and utter whatever it is you’re going to say.  Interesting huh?


You may already know how this works intuitively, and have found the perfect hairdo that looks and feels right for you, but if not, think about making a change. Find a new hairstylist if you need to or talk with your stylist about making a new change that fits your personality and lifestyle.


Do these hairstyles define Katie Holmes differently to you? . . . .


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source: hairstyle-blog.com