Your biscuits aren’t the only things that take a beating during Nutcracker season—your (constantly sprayed, straightened, curled, and gelled) hair does, too. And while using heat tools and products is inevitable, there are plenty of ways to maintain a healthy mane through December. Here are our top tips. Down ’n’ Out! Thinkstock Wearing a ballet […]
In our “Dear Katie” series, former NYCB soloist Kathryn Morgan answers your pressing dance questions. Have something you want to ask Katie? Email [email protected] for a chance to be featured!
Bored with buns? We broke down the basics of three classic, class-perfect braids. Modeled by Haley Hilton Photography by Jayme Thornton French Braid 1. Gather a small section of hair from just above your ears. 2. Divide that section evenly in thirds. 3. Cross one third over the other two, as if making a regular […]
So, it’s Monday. And that means the struggle is super real right now. Which also means that just like everything else on Mondays, your hair is probably not cooperating. Which is a big problem for dancers, who need it to just. stay. put. through even the roughest of combos. That’s why we’ve gathered a few […]
Sparkles? Check. Elegance? Definitely. Three of our favorite dancers? You bet. There are a million and one stories about dancer style, but fewer opportunities to see dancers shine as models—a different undertaking altogether. In these glowing images from Allure, American Ballet Theatre principal Isabella Boylston, New York City Ballet principal Sara Mearns and Alvin Ailey […]
You got a lob, and it’s adorable—but it’s probably also un-bun-able. How can you keep it out of your face for class? We asked hair pro Chuck Jensen to create three dance-friendly updos that are perfect for shorter hair. 1. Tucked French Braid • Create a French braid—crossing the strands over, not under, as you […]
In our “Dear Katie” series, former NYCB soloist Kathryn Morgan answers your pressing dance questions. Have something you want to ask Katie? Email [email protected] for a chance to be featured! Your browser does not support the video tag.
Former New York City Ballet soloist Kathryn Morgan answers your pressing dance questions. Your browser does not support the video tag.