From the daily archives: "Thursday, August 23, 2012"

Cheryl Fazio , senior stylist and updo specialist at ARROJO studio, NYC, is prepping for New York Fashion Week show styling, and Style Noted is at the vanity table. Yesterday Cheryl played around with some double knots, an artful way to keep all hair up, yet retain lived-in, shabby chic appeal. This simple knot-knot is something anyone can do. Check Cheryl’s style notes for the professional scoop…

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Ashley Greene, normally a sultry brunette, recently debuted this lighter, warmer hue. With tones of auburn and blonde, this color is a perfect summer hue that will transition well into fall. And Ashley’s sleek, middle-parted style is a great way to show off her new color. The style is simple enough that the focus is placed on her golden color, and it has just the right amount of shine.

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How awesome is this editorial in the latest issue of Vogue Taiwan? We’ve been seeing some crazy hair colors lately, but nothing like these bold metallic looks. The gold color mixed with the slicked back hair makes for an extremely fierce futuristic look. The structure and hold in these looks is incredible, and even though we probably wouldn’t rock this style, it’s definitely inspiring us to try something similar. Check out the style notes to see more photos of this fantastic metallic hair.

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As we approach fall fashion season, women like to transition to a new look. So we asked Mariesa Ferraro, senior colorist, ARROJO studio, NYC, to share inspiration with us. “In fall, most go darker, moving away from the sunny shades of summer into something more sultry and beguiling,” she says. “This gorgeous tone exemplifies an autumnal aesthetic; great for anyone who wants to revamp a faded summer dye.” Read Mariesa’s style notes for professional advice on attaining this hue…

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Kelly Brook is channeling old Hollywood glamour with this style, a look that we will never tire of. This style is both classic and sultry, and Kelly pulls it off perfectly. The side part helps frame the face, while loose curls cascade down over the shoulders. This style works best on thicker hair, but we love that it looks equally gorgeous on blonde or brunette hair. Check out our style notes to see the steps.

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