Two Rad Hairstyles For Girls Who Are Growing Out Their Locks

  1. Begin Slideshow
    hairstyles for in between lengths

    175

    SHARES

    16 comments
    See All Slides

    Ever lopped off your locks to rock a crazy-cute bob or a slick pixie, only to miss your mane in a month? Trust us, we’ve been there (way too many times). For those of you currently in hair-limbo, there’s no need for post-shear regret! We’ve tapped super-talented stylist and owner of Pretty Pretty Collective, Georgia Rew, to help ease your pain. So, before you cave and schedule another snip that you don't really want, check out these insanely-easy in-between-length styles, modeled by two local ladies. Seriously, they're so super-simple, you can whip them up at home without breaking a sweat. So, whether you are sporting a ‘lob’ or a grown-out pixie, we’ve got a trouble-free ‘do for you.


    Photographed by

    Begin Slideshow

MORE SLIDESHOWS

Shopping

11 Essentials For Every Dressy Occasion

There’s nothing more thrilling than looking at a jam-packed spring calendar of rooftop soirees, garden parties, and weekend weddings — until you stare into your closet abyss and realize you have nothing to wear, that is. So, we’re taking the guesswork out of event dressing by mapping out 10 key pieces guaranteed read


Shopping

Bye-Bye, Buyer's Remorse: 20 Under-$100 Shoes You Need

You’ve spied the Céline slides and those gorgeous Sophia Webster butterfly heels, but now it’s time to shop super-special shoes you can actually afford. After all, a sweet pair of steppers doesn't have to come with a crazy case of buyer's remorse. In fact, this spring, our favorite shops are serving up some amazing read


We Heart These '80s-Inspired Polishes

Deborah Lippmann's summer nail polish collection is made up of hues so vibrant, it's like the muted-grunge trend of last season has been electrocuted out of our lives. The '80s-inspired line is reminiscent of Play-Doh colors, in a rainbow of radiance we can't stop staring at. As if the polish shades themselves aren't read