The Best and Worst Dressed Celebrity of The Week: Ashley Madekwe and Bella Thorne

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Check out our picks for the best and worst dressed celebrity of the week.

BEST:

Ashley Madekwe looked sleek in yellow at the 12th Annual InStyle Summer Soiree held at the Mondrian Los Angeles, California. The actress stepped out in a yellow Diane von Furstenberg Spring 2013 halter jumpsuit complete with a plunging neckline. She paired the look with a sexy Saint Laurent heels and a black Jimmy Choo clutch.

WORST:

Bella Thorne lands on our worst-dressed list this week for the look she sported at Teen Vogue’s 2013 Back-to-School Kick-Off Event, held at The Grove in Los Angeles. Although we like the Diane von Furstenberg top the 15-year-old actress rocked, we’re less impressed with how it’s styled; tight pants, pointed silver loafers and a sculpted beehive do’

15 Ways to Rock Short Hair

15 It’s Just So Liberating!

Ms. Deras’ style is flawless, she looks stunning! It’s the short darling hairstyle that really shows off her fashion sense! Don’t you love they way the large dangling earrings compliments her short-short hair?

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14 Short and Kempt

Short haircuts can completely change the appearance of a woman’s persona. A shy gal can all of a sudden look sophisticated. This transformation can say so many things, from flirty to seductive, but what will be most evident is a sense of style and confidence.

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13 Edgy Hairstyles are Always the Latest Trend

Edgy short hairstyles look amazing on women because if gives an air of confidence. This two-tone hair-color with the Rockabilly top absolutely rocks!

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12 The Professional Look

Hair styled short in the back with a longer front frames the face nicely. It’s a great way to remain office appropriate without compromising style!

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11 It all About the Color!

Fall’s 2012 Neo Goth Color is revealed through Aveda. We love this plum, violette color than shows off the shape of this short “Clara Bow” cut.

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10 Product.. Product.. Product

Hair gels, creams and pomades go a long way when styling short hair. They give texture to sculpt and mold it to do what it won’t naturally. The spiky look has been around since the Punk days of the ’70s-’80s, and it’s still going strong today.

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9 Asymmetrical Styling for the Fashion-Conscious

Not everyone can pull off an asymmetric hairstyle, but it’s a guaranteed show-stopper when making an entrance. This flame red hair-color is also perfect and eye-cathcing too.. LOVE!9

8 Pixie Cut

Pixie cuts are all-so-pretty and when bleached blonde white they are almost etherial. The gamine look can be had, especially if the eye-brows are bleach too.

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7 Rihanna

This is a like a pixie gone wild. It has a little more volume, and works well with texture heavy hair

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6 Short yet Volumous

If you want the benefits of short hair, but want to still be creative with your styling, ask for a medium cut with long bangs for hair you can work with.

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5 Bang Boom Pow!

Baby Bangs! Get a short layered haircut with very short bangs and tousled effect. It’s the perfect tomboy look!

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4 Mia Farrow and the Swinging Sixties

Mia Farrow put short hairstyles on the map alongside the model Twiggy in the ’60s and we love her for that! This cut always looked so feminine even though it so very short!

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3 Textured is the Way to Go on Short Styles

Very short haircuts are not always the most flexible in styling, but what’s fun is playing up the texture with hair products. There are a lot of choices on the market so it’s good to experiment to see what works the best.

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2 Very Short for Curly Styles

This very short ‘do for curly textured hair is gorgeous, but before chopping it all off, consult with an experienced stylist. Make sure that you have a face structure that will compliment this look. If done right, it can be quite beautiful.

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1 “Shine” is the Key

Get that shine with product and extra hair conditioners, to reflect light regardless of what hair-color it is.1

15 Hair Styling Disasters To Avoid

15 Avoid This Deadly Combo

Have you ever heard a crackling sound while mixing hairspray and a hot-iron? That’s hair being singed! The alcohol in hairspray burns when it contacts with heat. Instead use a thermal protector product before heat and then hairspray afterwards to hold the style.

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14 When More Is Not Better..

Although hair products seductively sell beauty in a bottle, it’s confusing how much to use. The thing about moisture is that too much weighs your locks down making them lifeless. If you apply a balm everyday, a tiny amount only on damaged areas, like the hair-ends will work perfectly.

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13 Discover These Heat-Protective Styling Tools!

Ceramic and porcelain hair-irons distribute heat evenly so there are no “hot spots” that can burn and damage hair. Negative ionic blow-dryers eliminate frizz and close hair cuticles. Their infrared heat provides faster styling with less damage. For curling hair, use electric steam rollers to avoid dryness and add extra shine.

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12 Are You A Creature Of Habit?

Sudsing up everyday strips your hair and scalp of healthy oils and moisture. If you need to feel fresh with a daily wash, try alternating shampoo with a conditioner every other day. This will protect your tresses from becoming overly dry and brittle.

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11 Stop Hair-color From Fading!

When you find that perfect color, you want to keep it as long as possible! Did you know there are color enhancing shampoos and conditioners that do just that? Refreshers and brighteners are available for every color. Your hair-color will truly pop!

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10 Why “Timed” Salon Visits Are Important

Waiting forever between cuts makes it hard for your stylist to follow the shape of your last cut. If you really love a style, maintain it with trims every six weeks or so. Also, many salons offer complimentary bang trims. Hair experts recommend going for a shape-up every three weeks.

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9 Style-it Like A Pro!

Wondering why your do doesn’t look like your stylist’s blow-out? Purchase hair-clips and divide hair into small sections and blow-dry each section separately. Use protective hair product before applying heat and you’ll be surprised with your polished look.9

8 Ponytail Habits?

If your hair is at least shoulder length, you’re bound to don a ponytail. Avoid rubber-bands, elastics with metal clasps, or pulling back wet hair and tying it up too tight – that leads to breakage. Instead dry hair first, prep it with styling cream and stick to snag-free elastics. Lastly, sleeping with a ponytail is a hair sin!

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7 Remove Hair Build-up & Shine Like A Star!

Do you use daily hair product? Do you have hard tap water? Both hard-water mineral deposits and hair product residue will coat your hair, preventing it from shining and looking healthy. A simple remedy: once use a deep cleansing shampoo once per month or a DIY vinegar hair-rinse once per week

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6 So Gorgeous, Just Take Your Time!

Assure your style lasts throughout the evening by allowing your hair to cool after applying heat from a dryer or iron. Avoid handling hair if it’s still warm because this will undo any effort with the curl setting. If using velcro rollers, they’ll need at least 10 minutes to do the job.

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5 The Science For Conditioning Treatments

Deep conditioning once a week will keep your hair gorgeous in spite of other harsh styling techniques. The hair strand is made of tiny overlapping cuticles that lift-up when damaged. This makes hair weak with breakage, frizz and dullness. Deep conditioning is the simplest way to keep hair cuticles healthy

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4 Which.. What Product?

Root-boosting spray plumps up fine, thin hair. Medium-thick hair needs a heavier spray gel or mousse to firm and style. When it comes to smoothing, a light serum is plenty for taming fine, frizzy hair. Thicker, coarser hair needs extra shine so use a combination of a serum and cream. Curls do well with richer creams to control frizz and bring out texture.

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3 When “Style” Requires Harsh Handling

Any hair styling technique done in excess results in damage so don’t over-brush. Hair is also vulnerable to breakage when wet. After washing avoid rubbing it dry and for tangles use a detangler product and a large tooth comb.

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2 Helpful Home Hair-coloring Tip

If you’re touching up regrowth, you don’t need to overlap colored strands with more color. Instead, apply color solely to your roots and use a rinse tint for the rest of the hair, not the color, especially if it has harsh peroxide or ammonia

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1 Research Saves Time & Money!

Have you ever had a super cute cut and a few weeks later it looked all wrong? Consulting an experienced hairstylist first about your hair’s texture and how fast it grows will solve this. Learn which styles need frequent “retouching” and if extra hair product is needed to maintain them. 1

10 Worst Nail Art Ever

10 Tetris Nail Art

We recommend sticking to the game instead of tricking your nails out with this crazy design!

 

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9 Black Lace

These nails have way too much going on. Maybe one of the designs would have worked but not the whole collection of nail art on one nail.

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8 Garden Nails

We recommend that you limit your flowers to your garden. This can’t be practical.

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7 Lawn Nails

OK, this one we really don’t get. Who want’s their nails to resemble a lawn?

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6 Princess Gone Horribly Wrong

You know those puffy pens with feathers at the ends? Yeah, your nails should never look like that.

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5 Creepy Eye

We feel that this creepy eye nail art keeps staring at us. Reserve for Halloween or, better yet, not at all!5

4 Bling Overload

These horrible nail designs need a fire extinguisher stat!

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3 Duck Feet Nails

All we’ve got to say about this one is WTF? Who in the world would want to wear duck feet?

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2 Action Figure Nails

This look is downright frightening and it takes action figures to a place where we’d never want to go!2

1 Fantasy Nail Art

We love a good fairy tale but these nails take them to a scary new level.1