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Rihanna's Hairstylist Has Some Tips For Curly Hair

  Rihanna's Hairstylist Has Some Tips For Curly Hair Has Rihanna ever had a bad hair day? The hair whisperer behind her most coveted hairstyles peeled back the curtain on how he executes her perfect curls.Not all curl patterns are created the same, either. And your hair texture will dictate the upkeep your hair may need. Protective hairstyles are a great way to retain hair length, decrease frizz and breakage, and make your curls pop. The pineapple, Bantu knots, and braid-outs are a few low-maintenance natural hairstyles guaranteed to emphasize your curl pattern without much manipulation, per Glamour. Regardless of what it takes to keep curly hair healthy, the outcome makes it more than worth it in the end.

ASOS picks black friday © Provided by Heatworld ASOS picks black friday

No one loves ASOS like we love ASOS here at heat HQ.

We stalk the 'new in' section at least twice a day, our saved items list gets more attention than our girl's WhatsApp group (oops) and there are no greater two words ever than 'ASOS sale'.

We all know there are some treasures to be had now it's Black Friday season, but sometimes it can be a little, well, overwhelming.

"Am I just buying it because it's in the sale? Will I actually wear it or will it slowly gather cobwebs in my wardrobe until I sadly take it to Oxfam in 18 months?"

Help is at hand as the heat team will show you the best bits to grab in the ASOS sale, which you can wear again and again and again.

The Barbie Ponytail May Be Your Holiday Go-To

  The Barbie Ponytail May Be Your Holiday Go-To The Barbie ponytail is trending for fall and winter.

Why Is My Hair Part Your Problem? .
I’m standing in front of a mirror with a tail comb as a weapon and my hair part is my nemesis. Years of training to have an extreme heavy bang á la Paramore’s Hayley Williams circa the “Riot!” era has come back to bite me. Why? Because attempting to have a middle part now only leaves me with hair that’s more left-leaning than Bernie Sanders. When my hairstylist asks me how I part my hair, it’s a reluctant “middle, please,” while he gives me a certain look that articulates what I’m feeling: she’s trying to look cooler. And he’s not wrong. I’m mostly trying to part my hair to emphasize my bone structure and the haircut I have.

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