From the daily archives: "Wednesday, April 18, 2012"

Yet another spring fashion magazine cover shows an emerging trend for texture. Here style icon, Sienna Miller, shows a bendy beach wave. With a center-parted top, the form starts out straight and then, as it drops down, moves into soft, waterfall ‘C’ shaped waves. Multi-dimensional golden blonde highlighting completes the look. If you want to be on trend this spring and summer, take heed of the way Vogue is covering casual, tousled styles.

Click for StyleNotes →

No wonder Michelle banned her from the White House! Ok, that’s just tittle-tattle, hearsay and canards but penchant for sexy characters and a naturally sultry demeanor makes Kerry a bona fide sex bomb –– and this hair is an explosion of style!  Kerry’s locks are a great match for this cut. She has natural wavy texture and the style is heavily layered throughout to create space and freedom that accentuates her hair’s shapeliness, allowing her tresses to swing and move in a soft, pretty and natural way.

Click for StyleNotes →

We love the simplicity of this style. It shows that long hair doesn’t have to take a lot work to look good. Worn by Nina Dobrev of “The Vampire Diaries,” it is more natural than supernatural, yet it is also effortless, and appropriate day or night. The headband is a great accessory for quick fix looks. Wear yours behind the ears whilst sweeping hair off of the face. Like Nina, you can create a smooth and polished texture to accent the look or, if you prefer the beatnik style, create a few textured waves that cascade softly down the sides.

Click for StyleNotes →

Long and layered and full and thick, Kim’s hair can do almost anything she wants it to. Lately, we’ve been impressed by her. To her archetypal bold hairstyles, she’s added some subtle stylings that have more sophistication and class. Last week we spotted Kim wearing a beautifully polished pony that lifted up her whole look.

This week, while dining in L.A., she wore this casual, unforced hairdo that uses her natural texture and shine to create a polished and chic style. So long as hair is healthy and manageable, natural-looking styles are easy to achieve. For this look, Kim –– or, more likely, her army of full-time stylists –– need only apply her favorite product and quickly blast with a blowdryer.

Click for StyleNotes →