Emo Hair Styling Tips

Going asymmetrical (short on one side and long on the other) is yet another way to go Emo with your hair, but the spiky/jagged ends look is just as popular with youngsters. To keep the spiky look, generous use of gel on wet hair followed by hairspray (for holding the style) is called for – and voila! There’s a whole new you – with just a bit of experimenting.

For a fashionable yet unfussy Emo hairstyle, you can opt for a lift at the crown and get your hair swept up and back, pinned to the side and leave stray strands to fall like a curtain. You can complete this asymmetrical look by letting one side of your hair be styled pointy and the other left straight and free falling.

Instead of adding bangs, you can also opt for streaking your hair or simply enhancing their color with a few highlights strategically divided between fringes or main cap of your hairstyle.

Choosing a wide range of dark to lighter shades or the other way round is a neat tip given by salon experts for people who are looking to go the Emo way. They suggest deep reds, blues and purples for highlights, a trendy styling technique or similar deep colors that allow the base coat to show through, especially if you are deciding between shaggy, uneven Emo style to your hair or keeping your natural hair-color and only adding dark tints to the smooth, ironed out Emo look.

To make your hair more pliable and set it according to Emo trends of your choice, dry shampoos available at the local chemist are a cheap and cheerful bet. So, get creative and express yourself with Emo hairstyles to fit every mood out there – all it requires is a little imagination and a dollop of attitude. (Oh yes, did we mention the hairspray?)

Deepanjolie is a Post graduate in English Literature with over 8 years experience in writing for the web and print media. She specializes in creating original content, promotional SEO articles and features for various clients across the globe to help enhance their business presence online, connecting them with their target audience.

Style Tips for Women How to Dress Professionally in Spring

Spring is a difficult time to dress as the weather tends to be spitefully temperamental. You’re warm one moment and cold the next that can leave you looking bedraggled and unprofessional. Come spring time, layering is key to personal comfort and retaining your business appropriate appearance. Instead of just throwing together a last-minute mismatched combo, spend a few hours at the weekend going through your wardrobe to see what can be worn together and whether it might be time to invest in a few new pieces for spring.

What to Wear

Particularly if you work in a client facing role, you need to be careful not to achieve a frumpy look through layering. It’s all too easily done – you throw on a polo neck, a vest and a cardigan and you’re good to go. Or so you think…

Hidden layers can save you from looking like your great-aunt Betty. If you’re going to wear a dress, throw on a singlet top or a T-shirt underneath it. It can even be a thermal but, remember, you might get too warm indoors. If you do get too cosy throughout the day, nip into the toilets and take your bottom layer off.

Be smart in selecting a cardigan or a jumper. If it looks a tad chilly outside, choose a piece in cashmere or thicker jersey material instead of a light poly-cotton blend.

If it seems like you’re in for a chilly walk to work, wear your winter coat instead of your flimsy spring trench as you can always leave it in the cloak room. That way you won’t have problems with wearing too many layers indoors.

Wear thin tights if you’re going for a dress or a skirt but keep a thicker pair in your desk or bag for days when it suddenly gets colder.

What to Buy This Spring

Sharp tailoring has been a popular trend in recent years and looks set to stay on the scene with many New York Fashion Week 2012 designers showcasing their Autumn/Winter masterpieces. Edgy fabrics are definitely in. Textures, different levels of shine, metal thread and vibrant colours are all big.

Invest in a sturdy pair of tailored trousers or a tight-fitting pencil skirt. Both are figure-hugging but flattering wardrobe staples. Their versatility is apparent as you can pair them with low-cut tops in satin or cashmere polo necks, conservative jersey tops or classic, buttoned work blouses and they’ll all look great. Accessorise liberally too, according to the occasion.

For formal events like conferences or client meetings, top the look off with a smart, tailored jacket with lapels or a high collar.

High street shops are brimming with womens tailored jackets following the key trends defined by the fashion world’s biggest players.

Harvey McEwan writes to offer information and advice on a variety of areas, from technology to holiday destinations. Read through Harvey’s other articles here to find out more.

To p Business Style Tips for Men

Women often say, “Men have it easy. They don’t have to think about what to wear. They put on a dark suit and they’re set.”

The men I work with would disagree. Like women, they struggle with what to wear. So these tips are dedicated to helping men make stylish choices, from head to toe.

If you haven’t bought a new suit in the past 3-5 years, do it now. Suits have changed. Jackets are slimmer and shorter, lapels are narrower, and trousers have flat fronts. So, if you’re still wearing trousers with pleats, it’s time to retire them. Think Don Draper not Gordon Gekko (the original, but without the suspenders).

Don’t date yourself by the width of your tie! Not only are suits slimmer but so are ties. The average tie these days is 7 to 9 cm (2 ½ to 3 ½ in) wide.

Colourful shirts and ties extend your wardrobe. You’ll give that dark suit a totally new look and it’s a great way to set yourself apart from all the other suits.

Footwear that’s scuffed, cracked, turned up at the toe or down at the heel says you don’t care. Buy new shoes. And yes, you need more than one pair. Like us, shoes work hard and need to rest. Think outside “the black shoe”. If you wear navy or grey, brown shoes give you an updated and stylish look.

A pocket square is a wonderful finishing touch. It can be as simple as a crisply ironed white handkerchief or a soft silk square in colours that complement, not match, your shirt and tie.

Make sure your wardrobe includes a black or navy blazer–one that’s up to date, not the one you got in high school for the prom. A blazer is indispensable. It can be worn with jeans and a dress shirt for evenings out, with dress pants and a dress shirt for business casual Friday at the office, or over your golf clothes when that important client shows up at the office as you’re about to head to the golf course. Consider having two–one to keep at home and the other at the office for emergencies.

If you’re still wearing the aviator frames you bought after you saw Top Gun, then it’s time for a change. Think what’s happened to Tom Cruise’s career since then. Today’s frames are primarily plastic, not metal and often coloured, tortoiseshell, red, blue or a combination. Shapes are rectangular, even horn rims like Buddy Holly. Other choices include retro styles like Ray Bans and Mr. Moto’s round frames. If you’re not sure, check out the Turner Classic Movie channel for inspiration.

“If you are not in fashion, you are nobody.”Lord Chesterfield

Anne Sowden, Certified Professional Member of the Association of Image Consultants International (AICI), helps people define the perfect image to reflect their authenticity in body and spirit. By assessing their wardrobes, taking them shopping, reviewing business and social etiquette, Anne helps clients build confidence and discover their true identity.

Hot Style Tips For a Special Dinner Date

fs.1.1Want to impress your admirer on a special dinner date? If yes, let me add that extra dash to your panache for the special day. First of all dress up in your finest dress in bright shade. Pick one in warm red or irresistible fuchsia; make sure it flashes your nice cleavage. The sexy bold color of your dress will reflect on your face and it will add that extra something to your entire look. Slide your delicate feet in a pair of stiletto pumps in patent leather. Match a nice clutch preferably matching your footwear.

You are going out for a dinner date so, I you should not hesitate to keep your make-up a little bold. Go in for dark eye make-up, a dab of blusher will make your face look defined and appealing. Keep the lip color nude and wear matching jewelry including a thin necklace, hand-cuffs, sleek and long earrings and a cocktail ring. Make sure to tie your hair in a neat bun. Lose and shabby hair style can ruin your beauty and aristocratic splendor. you can let your side bangs lose if you are not comfortable with tight hairstyle.

Before leaving your place, spray a pleasant perfume, but don’t choose a very loud one. The fragrance should be sweet and irresistible. Last but not the least, keep a million dollar smile on your face. With such a sweet yet irresistibly sexy look you will definitely set an outstanding effect on your lover. Enjoy girl, you will definitely win his heart!