Genesis Rivas
Genesis Rivas

Genesis Rivas

Genesis Rivas is a beauty writer with an undying love for all things beauty — there isn't a makeup, hair, or skincare product she isn't willing to try. When she's not busy creating engaging content, you can probably find her dancing or eating her way through NYC. Her work has also appeared on RealSimple, HelloGiggles, POPSUGAR, PureWow, and more.
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We're calling it — red eyeshadow is officially the new neutral. Though it may seem like a risky shade, it can be surprisingly easy to pull off with the proper placement and blending skills. "The key is to find the right red, and keeping the balance," explains Nick Barose, celebrity makeup artist "Red shadow is usually something that intimidates people, but just do it in small doses." But let's not just talk about it, allow us to show you the versatility and dynamics of red eyeshadow from none other than your favorite celebrities.  Discover 10 celebrity-approved red eyeshadow looks that you can easily take from red carpet to real life. 
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Let's face it: Most of us want thicker hair. But in a sea of products, tonics, potions, and vitamins, it can be tough to know what actually works.  For starters, it's important to know why you may have thin or thinning hair, says Flora Fuentes, a certified hair restoration specialist and owner of Unique Hair Concepts. "The primary reason people experience thinning hair or hair loss is due to heredity," she says. "This is commonly known as male pattern or female pattern hair loss. This type of thinning hair or hair loss is primarily noticeable along the hairline, top of the head, or crown." Fuentes says other causes of thinning hair and hair loss are the result of hormonal changes, poor diet, stress, aging, vitamin deficiencies, and certain hairstyles and treatments. Certain health conditions, such as an autoimmune disorder, may also cause thinning hair. So while some types of hair loss can't be prevented, nourishing hair from the inside out is key in the quest for thicker hair, Fuentes says. "Antioxidants help protect hair follicles against damage from harmful free radicals," she says. "Eating antioxidant-rich foods, such as berries, turmeric, avocados and green vegetables, is not only good for your health but promotes healthy hair growth." Supplements that include omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin C, green tea, and vitamin D3 may also help with hair growth. RELATED: I'm an Amazon Shopping Editor, and These Are My Favorite Products for Long, Smooth, and Thick Hair And according to hairstylists, there are also certain products you can use that will help hair to grow thicker or, at the very least, appear fuller. Curious about the approach that might work best for you? Here are 12 products you'll want to check out for thicker hair.
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Let's face it: Most of us want thicker hair. But in a sea of products, tonics, potions, and vitamins, it can be tough to know what actually works.  For starters, it's important to know why you may have thin or thinning hair, says Flora Fuentes, a certified hair restoration specialist and owner of Unique Hair Concepts. "The primary reason people experience thinning hair or hair loss is due to heredity," she says. "This is commonly known as male pattern or female pattern hair loss. This type of thinning hair or hair loss is primarily noticeable along the hairline, top of the head, or crown." Fuentes says other causes of thinning hair and hair loss are the result of hormonal changes, poor diet, stress, aging, vitamin deficiencies, and certain hairstyles and treatments. Certain health conditions, such as an autoimmune disorder, may also cause thinning hair. So while some types of hair loss can't be prevented, nourishing hair from the inside out is key in the quest for thicker hair, Fuentes says. "Antioxidants help protect hair follicles against damage from harmful free radicals," she says. "Eating antioxidant-rich foods, such as berries, turmeric, avocados and green vegetables, is not only good for your health but promotes healthy hair growth." Supplements that include omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin C, green tea, and vitamin D3 may also help with hair growth. RELATED: I'm an Amazon Shopping Editor, and These Are My Favorite Products for Long, Smooth, and Thick Hair And according to hairstylists, there are also certain products you can use that will help hair to grow thicker or, at the very least, appear fuller. Curious about the approach that might work best for you? Here are 12 products you'll want to check out for thicker hair.
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Whether you prefer a voluminous Boho-chic vibe or edgy and sleek is more your thing, space buns can take on multiple aesthetics. While we usually think of space buns as that go-to festival hairstyle, we're seeing celebrities and influencers adopt the hairstyle and make it their own for any occasion.  In fact, according to Pinterest 2022 trends report, the social platform predicts that space buns (also known as high-puff hairstyles) will be one of this year's most popular hair trends. And we aren't surprised as space buns are undeniably versatile.  From different hair lengths to hair textures, anyone can (and should) do a space bun hairstyle. Ahead, we gathered 15 space bun hairstyles that will prove why this hairstyle will reign supreme in 2022. 
Dutch braids, aka 3D braids, aka reverse braids — whatever name you go by, you know what we're talking about. They're the sister version to French braids with one major difference: Instead of crossing the three strands of hair over one another to create a braid, you're crossing them underneath. This weaving technique gives the illusion of the braids sticking out from the head. They're a great hairstyle that's perfect for any occasion. Whether you want to pull your hair out of your face for a workout (and look good doing that), have a casual date, or even the most glam evenings out, you can wear a Dutch braid variation that's sure to turn heads wherever you go. Not to mention, you can also do Dutch braids on all hair lengths and textures. Trust us when we say the possibilities are seemingly endless. Ahead, check out 12 Dutch braid hairstyles worth trying.
We're used to hearing about gray hair as it relates to aging, but the truth is, gray hair makes for a great all-over color, too. That's right, we're talking about intentionally dying your hair gray or silver. The hue is surprisingly versatile and looks amazing on all different complexions and hair lengths, which is why celebrities specifically have taken a liking to this hair color.  For years now, popular stars have even chosen to go gray on purpose because silver hair is a power move. Whether you're someone who's looking to accept their grays or want to try the gray hair trend, scroll through for further proof that there is a silver lining in going gray.
Wavy hair is that in-between curl pattern that can bend and shape to whichever way you desire. Whether you're looking for an effortless beachy wave or want to emphasize those deep S-waves for a Hollywood glam moment, the options for styling wavy hair are seemingly endless.  That's why we gathered 21 wavy hairstyles that you can try. From wavy updos and half-up half-down styles to varying lengths, these wavy hairstyles will serve up some serious inspo. 
The half-up half-down hairstyle is a consistent look we've seen throughout the decades. From the 1960s voluminous look to the Y2K-version with flipped-out ends, it's evident that the style isn't going anywhere anytime soon — and for good reason. It's a timeless look due to its ability to give you the best of both worlds — hair out of your face while still showing off the rest of your length. It's also super versatile as it works for everything from down-to-there long hair to bob haircuts. Moral of the story? You can't go wrong with a half-up half-down hairstyle. To prove it to you, we gathered 20 looks to pull inspiration from.