It seems like one awesome hair trend leads to another. Perhaps Mermaid Hair inspired Galaxy Hair and Galaxy Hair inspired Sunset Hair.
Whether you want bold or muted sunset colors, it’s a beautiful effect.
These designs aren’t available for purchase on her Etsy store yet, but Bunni is working on getting them made. Demand has overwhelmed supply—and with cute designs like this, I can see why.
Maybe it’s the holidays or maybe it’s just people feeling the need to put a little sparkle into their lives, but glitter is making a splash in a big way. Not long ago we told you about Glitter Roots, and now we have discovered the joy of Glitter Beards.
Be warned: once you go glitter beard you’ll probably have to shave it to be rid of it completely.
Before George Miller brought us the glory of Mad Max: Fury Road, he worked on a Justice League movie back in 2008 that ended up getting cancelled at the last minute. These images of Megan Gale as Wonder Woman from photographer Mark Rogers give us a glimpse of what could have been.
Gale went on to play The Valkyrie in MMFR, but it’s interesting to see her in the iconic Wonder Woman colors.
I’m not sure if I’m sold on the design, but I’m fairly sure everyone has thoughts on what Wonder Woman wears these days. Check out the pics below and let us know what you think.
If you like to dye your hair, I apologize in advance for showing you another trend that you’re likely going to want to run out and get done, like, yesterday.
It’s called Oil Slick Hair and, in this case, it’s even cooler because Jaye from Singapore has hers hidden until she runs her fingers through it. It’s like magic hair!
Check out the video below along with an explanation of how it’s done.
While dressing in Sailor Moon cosplay is cool, here’s a way to dress like Usagi and her friends in their regular life. Korean clothing shop Kuchi Machi posted some great pics to their Instagram of models wearing some casual Sailor Moon-inspired styles from the ’90s.
Did you know Indonesia has their own Comic-Con? I didn’t. Indonesia Comic-Con happened this past weekend where Marnova unveiled some of their upcoming Star Wars shoes and bags.
As far as we can tell, there are matching shoe and bag sets for C-3PO, R2-D2, Darth Vader, Boba Fett, Chewbacca and a Stormtrooper.
Mermaid hair, galaxy hair, multi-colored hair—if this is what you’re into than find yourself a salon that knows a thing or two about Fluid Hair Painting. The technique was developed by stylist KL Christoffersen of Cheeky Strut and it is undoubtedly the best way to achieve these looks. He tells Modern Salon:
Because their hair is fanned out, it gives me the ability to thoroughly look over every strand to see how the color melts from top to bottom. Plus, no matter how the client parts their hair you’re able to give them a tailored, multidimensional color because you can visually see how everything will collapse together.
See more pictures and a video after the break to see how it’s done.
The Fashion in the Capitol has always played a part in the Hunger Games series and the team behind the marketing for the movies has been hard at work in the run up to Mockingjay Part 2.
Part of their social media campaign has included a Capitol Couture collection and a site to showcase it. The final issue is out, and this gem by Susanne Bartsch and photographer Steven Klein is a spiky stunner. She’s described thusly:
The huntress. A strong and savage leader who isn’t afraid to take down her adversaries. Inspired by “defense mechanisms in nature,” her outerwear is a blend of trophies collected in the wild and found materials that function as protective armor. She is adorned in a crown of fabulous porcupine quills complemented by a whimsical leopard capelet. And yes, her armor is comprised of—elastic cords and zip ties! (I’m sure few of you are wondering what these are, to be honest, we hadn’t even seen these until the arrival of our emergency kits.) Take a moment to stand in awe of this wild beauty, she is a testament to the power within us all.
Take a closer look at The Huntress after the break.
As someone who’s self-manicure challenged, I can definitely see the appeal in a new product called Paint Can.
Paint Can by Nails Inc is spray-on nail polish that’s designed to stick to your nails but not your skin. All you need to do is spray paint your nails for about 20 seconds, let it dry and then wash your hands with plain old soap and water. The polish washes off your hands and stays on your nails.
Paint Can will debut on November 12 and it’ll retail for $11 a can. I’m not sure if I’d use it for when I need flawless nails and a perfect manicure, but it would be an awesome time saver on a day-to-day basis.
See it in action after the break.