From the daily archives: "Sunday, April 8, 2012"

Well, we don’t wish to brag (at least not too much!), but at Style Noted Towers, today, we are rather proud. We’ve been blathering on about the new, seventies-inspired trend for a straight and wavy combination texture, where the crown drops straight down, and then, somewhere between the eye-line and the chin-line, that flat drop turns into curvaceous, wavy texture. And now –– with a magazine cover that could have been inspired by our posts ––  one of the world’s top fashion magazines and one of the world’s top celebrities have collaborated to prove us right. Thanks Elle, thanks Reese!

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The image of a bright-eyed, bushy-haired, smugly obtrusive magical princess was never going to wash in Tinsel Town, so it was a smart move of Emma’s to go for a radical short hair makeover. Ever since, she’s been wowing red carpets with her edgy new image. Most of the time, she styles her short strands forwards, but this slicked back look is another dynamic change up. With hard lines, it’s stark and chic, and shows off the features of her beautiful, youthful face.

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