From the monthly archives: "February 2012"

Exciting news today as “Soul Surfer” star –– and blossoming style darling –– AnnaSophia Robb got cast as the shoe-loving, man-crazy Manhattanite in the CW network’s new series “The Carrie Diaries,” the prequel to “Sex and the City.”  We want to see some ridiculously eighties hair and style from early days Carrie and Co, but for now Sophia is strutting her way to the top with a zeitgeist blond beach wave with center-part. An easy and natural style for pretty and youthful looks, pinning one side of the part back is an inventive way to casually open out the features of the face.

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This beautiful natural ‘do reminds us of Jerry Hall’s signature side part. The look is updated with a gorgeous soft gold tone and fabulous fullness. Hair painting is the new vanguard of coloring and this is another stellar example of how it is used to add perfectly tailored face-framing highlights to the ends of the style.

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Dita Von Teese dazzles the Oscar parties with this 40s-inspired romantic shoulder-length.  A brushed out set with a deep, stylistic side-part, we love the timeless beauty and grace of looks like these. This is not the first shiny jet black color we’ve seen recently ––  it’s a great way to add drama to style.

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This is how to wear a decorative headband forward of the crown yet behind the ears with the perfect texture to accent this look. Sultry soft waves complement the placement of the headband, creating a casual but elegant ‘do. Blonde highlighting is a feminine classic and, with hair dancing around the face, there is a stunning frame for sparkling eyes.

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