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By Angelique Serrano | 05/13/2009 - 10:20
This Golden Girl made a glam appearance at the 2009 Billboard Latin Music Awards held in Florida last month. Rubio traded her signature wild ‘n' curly mane for smooth retro waves, and those came courtesy of one of Hollywood’s hottest hairstylist, Mr. Ken Paves. The two are buddies, and thankfully he’s made it easy for us to get a little more familiar with his style.
By Sandra Mariscal | 05/06/2009 - 16:00
I learned a very cool trick at the Ouidad salon the other day. Ouidad is known for her curly hair expertise and amazing frizz-fighting products. At her salon in NYC, they use metal duckbill clips—those clips your stylist uses to hold your rollos—to lift your roots as your hair dries. This allows your roots to have a little volume and not be weighed down by your curls. I never thought these clips, which actually look like a duck’s beak, could be used as a volumizing tool!
By Sandra Mariscal | 04/29/2009 - 12:00
Latina.com readers Stardust17 and LovelyPrincessa mentioned they love the brand VO5 for their rizos. I remember it as a must-have in my house growing up. So, I took a trip down memory lane this weekend and tried a VO5 hot oil treatment.
By Sandra Mariscal | 04/22/2009 - 11:30
I’m trying to let my hair grow. I had it shoulder-length short for several years and I’ve been craving long locks. Six months ago, I went to my stylist for my usual layered cut. But this time, I told her to just layer the top half, or crown, of my hair because I planned on letting it grow out. Now, the bottom half of my hair is really long and the top half looks noticeably shorter in comparison instead of an even cascading effect. Basically, my haircut is in an in-between stage.
By Angelique Serrano | 04/22/2009 - 09:30
We’ve all heard tale of the $300 haircut. And—in a desperate fit of frizz, no doubt—many of us have contemplated spending a lot for one gorgeous, personally flattering hairdo. But if we spend that much, do we regret it in the morning, or rejoice in our newly fabulous mane? We’re curious, so tell us, girls:
By Angelique Serrano | 04/16/2009 - 12:00
Recently enjoying a true brunette moment, this actress has again returned to her bleached ways. The result is an apparent attempt at joining the Future Farmers of America, as it is clear she enjoys working with straw.
What is Jessica Alba and her new blonde hair?