From the daily archives: "Friday, September 7, 2012"

Fashion Gone Rogue has whipped up yet another stunning exclusive editorial.  “The Scent of Hair” features ulta-luxe hairstyles on models with simple make up and luminous skin. Though this may be too much volume (is there such a thing?) for every day hair, it certainly inspires us to make our hair look as beautiful and big as possible for special occasions. Head over to FGR to view the entire spread and see credits.

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Lucky us! Our connection to ARROJO NYC means we are able to go backstage at New York Fashion Week. At the Lauren Moffatt show, stylist, Tina Le Noble, led a hair and makeup team that added whimsical, elegant beauty to a collection centered on fashionable girl power, inspired by the 1960s. “It was a colorful, vintage collection,” says Tina. “We made the hair polished, yet with an easy carefree attitude. Center-parts and slicked-back looks were a big part of our inspiration.” Click style notes to see more images from front and back stage at the Lauren Moffatt show. 

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Cheryl Fazio, senior stylist at ARROJO NYC, is on the New York Fashion Week show circuit, and she’s been kind enough to share some ideas with us. “If you want to spice up your buns or do something different to your usual top knot,” she says, “this creative use of a fishtail braid is a great way to go. I took the inspiration from the runways and designed it so anyone can rock it in the everyday world.” For Cheryl’s step by step, click the Style Notes…

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