Anyone with layers or short hair knows that creating a braid is close to impossible to keep in place all night. It seems like the second you walk out of the house, you already have chunks of hair falling out in all directions. And it never looks messy in a cute way—it just looks sloppy. […]
Braids have gone from being in style to on their way out, to incorrectly rebranded, to reinvented, and so much more. But the fact remains: They’ll never leave our hairspiration board.
Ruby Rose rocks braids with short hair for the MTV 2015 EMA’s. (Photo: Getty Images) Listen up short haired girls — Ruby Rose is serving up some serious hair inspiration. The Orange is the New Black star and host of this year’s MTV EMA’s in Milan hit the red carpet with her androgynous chop in a set of braids by hairstylist Castillo. It’s a style that Rose rocks with ease and it’s perfect for anyone with a pixie cut to a short bob, all you need is the right products.
Olivia Wilde’s cool braid and hat combo has solved all our hair woes. From ‘80s Debbie Gibson-style felt wide brim hats and ‘90s Blossom-style fold-up hats to Yankees baseball hats to Parisian berets, I was known as a hat girl.
The world has been looking to the Italians for fashion inspiration for decades, but for Fall 2015 Haute Couture, the House of Valentino went back a few centuries to Ancient Rome for hair inspiration. The show, appropriately set in the modern city of Rome, attempted to bring back the Roman Forum, where city life once congregated and flourished. Accompanying gladiator-inspired dresses and sandals were “Game of Thrones”-reminiscent romantic braids, crowns, and delicate gold wreaths embellished with gold stars and seals, all styled by Guido Palau.