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Multistyler Tutorial - 4 Styles 1 Tool

by Hayley Segar November 11, 2013


Hey everyone! Recently I was given the opportunity to play around with the new Remington Multistyler...a tool that allows you to create 4+ looks! I am going to be showing you how I created a smooth and sleek style, a loose curl style, some beachy waves, and tight curls.


The Remington Multistyler is a MUST for girls on the go...most of these styles took me under 15 minutes to complete, not to mention you could throw this single product in your travel need for a curling wand, flat iron, and a deep waver! The versatility of this product is showcased in my videos. Hope you enjoy!











See more from Hayley on her Youtube Channel - hayleyistcb


Get the T|Studio SILK Multistyler exclusively at Walmart.







The "Perfect Bun" How To

by Genecia Stinson July 29, 2013

Want a quick, cute, effortless hairstyle for the summer? It's been really hot here, so I created this elegant everyday "Perfect Bun" to keep the hair out my face yet still maintain a clean look. Hope this tutorial helps for the hot weather. Enjoy!






See more from Gen on her blog, Beauty By Gen

Braided Summer Ponytail

by Haley Brindel May 27, 2013

Hey everyone! It's Haley from Dazzlemehay here to show you how to create a fun and cute hairstyle for Summer. This also works great if you are graduating and don't know what to do with your hair when you wear a cap! I hope you find this helpful. Thank you so much for watching!






See more from Haley on her youtube page, DazzleMeHay

How to: Remington Silk Ceramic Heated Clip Setter

by Katie Manwaring May 20, 2013

Hey all! Katie from Katie's Bliss here to show you how I use the Remington Silk Ceramic Heated Clip Setter before getting ready to head out for my day. Prior to doing my makeup or getting dressed, I set the curlers in my hair and then leave them in while I continue my morning routine. When they've completely cooled I pull them out, style my hair with my fingers and add in a little hairspray. To see just how I use these hot rollers check out my tutorial!





To see more from Katie, check out Katie's Bliss

Introducing Remington's Show Stopper Styling Tools!

by Remington Ready March 25, 2013

Introducing Remington’s Show Stopper styling tools, available exclusively at Wal-Mart! The Show Stopper line delivers beautiful tools for beautiful hair. The line consists of a hair dryer and straightener with a trendy design.


The Show Stopper Ionic Hair Dryer has ionic conditioning capabilities stopping excess damage from occurring on your hair. It also has 3 heat settings and 2 speed setting to allow you to create your own drying experience! The Show Stopper 1” Ceramic Flat Iron are perfect for giving your hair that texture and volume you need. The flat iron has a fast speed up, and salon high heat giving you the perfect look every time.


Introducing Remington’s NEW line of hair tools – Pearl Pro!

by Remington Ready March 11, 2013
Introducing Remington’s NEW line of hair tools – Pearl Pro! Experience high-end tools and salon-quality results, proven by stylists from all over the US.

The Pearl Pro Flat Iron delivers high grade salon performance. With 1” floating plates, it will give your hair a sleek and shiny result every time. The temperature lock and ready temperature alert will allow you to straighten your hair, at the right temperature for your hair type, avoiding any excess damage.


The Pearl Pro Hair Dryer is complete with a quality AC motor that lasts up to 3 times longer than traditional motors. This dryer has ionic conditioning capabilities that give you a shiny finish in a shorter drying time. With its narrow concentrator and lightweight and ergonomic design you can get a salon quality blow out in record time!


Learn more about our Pearl Pro line in the video below:



*NEW* Remington T|Studio SILK Ceramic Technology

by Remington Ready February 18, 2013


Remington’s NEW T|Studio SILK Ceramic Technology is the latest in our revolutionary hair care products. The SILK line introduces professional grade advanced ceramic plates that are infused with real silk proteins for our smoothest glide giving you effortless sleek hair and professional salon results. From straighteners, to curling wands, to setters and blow dryers – the SILK line has you covered. Witness the salon results for yourself!


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6 Tricks To Having Beautiful Hair

by Marta Tryshak January 14, 2013


Hair is typically one of the most remarkable features of any beautiful woman. And while it’s easy to believe models “are just born that way”, the reality is having beautiful hair is more science than art. There are many tricks every woman can use to have beautiful hair of her own, and to receive insights from a top professional I asked Master Colorist Rob Pizzuti for some of his “tricks to having beautiful hair”:


Trick #1 - WASH YOUR HAIR LESS. The best plan is to wash your hair only every 3rd day. The day after washing, just brush smooth and only blow dry what you must. And on the 2nd day brush thoroughly, and create a low ponytail or bun with your natural oils.


Trick #2 - If your hair is dirty, and you have a last minute party invitation or hot date – think braids! Braids look neater and more defined when your hair is a bit dirty (or if you use lots of product). And if you read fashion mags, braids are very stylish… and this is a great reason to save your hair from washing again and stripping it’s moisture. For a few braid style ideas, check out a video I recently collaborated with Dove Hair Care on “How to Tie a Boho-Braid”.  


Trick #3 – With dry winter weather outside, and the heat turned up inside… deep moisturizing weekly treatments can be used EVERY time you wash. Start at the ends and stop at your eyebrow level so you still have volume.


Trick #4 - There are LOTS of “oils” on the market. Forget about the directions and think about this – oil and water do not mix. So, always apply a small amount of oil to your damp hair, not dry hair. This will lock in the water inside your hair and protect it better. Also, remember that oil will burn if it gets too hot, so turn down your hot tools!


Trick #5 - When you get your hair coloured ask about sealers, glosses or clear treatments. Usually 10-20 min and costing $20-$45, these treatments lock in your colour, moisture and seal all the tiny cracks on the outside layer of your hair. When done by a professional, the difference in hair quality and shine can be remarkable.


Trick #6 - Put a intensive mask in your hair before you do hot yoga or have a sauna at the gym after you work out. The heat will push the conditioner deeper into your hair for extreme results.



Thanks for the terrific advice Rob Pizzuti. Curious to hear from everyone, what are some of your favorite tricks for having beautiful hair?



To hear more from Marta, head over to her blog WithLoveGabrielle



2012 Year in Review

by Remington Ready December 31, 2012

As the year winds down today, it is always fun to look back on the year and all the trends that surrounded us. With fashion and hair always revolutionizing, each year brings us new and exciting things to look forward to. Here are the trends that defined 2012, and next week look for our guest blogger from Vanilla Fringe, giving us some insight into the trends that are here to stay for 2013. 



The Ballerina Bun: the ballerina bun defined hair in 2012. With its simple and sleek look, every girl tried this style out a few times. It even got trendy renditions as the year went on.



The Peplum Top: this girly and flirty top seemed to be all the rage this year. The trend floated over to skirts and dresses, making it a must have in any girl’s closet.



Faux Fur: whether it’s a fur vest, a fur coat, or a fur scarf. Fur was everywhere this year!



Loafers: loafers definitely made a comeback. From Target to Gap, every major store was carrying loafers in solid colors, patterned designs, and crazy textures. 



Ankle Booties: ankle booties are all the rage. Every store had so many styles to choose from it was hard to find a go-to pair! 


Colors for the Season

by Remington Ready November 26, 2012

As the winter months are officially upon us, many of us are feeling anxious and ready to change up our look. Our skin has lost the rest of our summer glow, and our wardrobe has changed from t-shirts to peacoats, often our hair needs an update, too! Some of you may be feeling adventurous, but if you’re just looking for an update to your existing color – you’re not alone. Below is some advice on how to renew your do’ for winter!




For vibrant blondes, you want to avoid those golden tones because they will wash out your complexion that has paled since summer ended. Instead look to incorporate gray or ashy tones. Think Gwyneth Paltrow. These colors will bring a nice winter glow that still complements your fair skin. If the ashy color doesn’t work for your olive skin tone, you should simply add more lowlights to your winter foil. The lowlights can balance your hair and enrich your color to match your winter skin.




You’re in luck! The ombre trend is style in for this season, but slightly less drastic. Rather than deep brunette roots with blonde ends, the updated ombre is a dark rich-brown base with slightly lighter brown hues as you move down the length of the hair.  Ask your stylist to incorporate golden brown tones as you move towards your ends, and you’ll have a stylish ‘do that is winter-ready.



Red Head

For you bold beauties, this winter the trend is a more subtle red tone rather than last year’s fire engine red. Look to copper or ginger hews rather than orange or red brights. With red hair, you want an all over color, so avoid highlighting your tresses. If you are looking for a darker mature red, think Julianne Moore. For a lighter more youthful red, look to Emma Stone.