From the daily archives: "Monday, October 1, 2012"

Eva Longoria looked stunning in Las Vegas this weekend with a show stopping bun atop her head. She was fit for the strip in a sleek and elegant up-do paired with a long white gown. The sweeping bun drew attention to her gorgeous features and helped lift her countenance to new heights. Click through for steps on how to ‘do the ‘do in your own hair.

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An exciting month ahead on Style Noted! As part of Breast Cancer Awareness month (don’t forget to do your bit!), The Wendy Williams Show has asked Nick Arrojo to come on the show to cut off long locks that can then be given to this worthy cause. As part of the service, the kind candidates who donate their tresses then get to go to ARROJO NYC, where Nick or one of his studio’s master stylists give them a fab new style, and all for free. Style noted will be at the vanity table all month, bringing you these terrific transformations. The first donator was Sabrina, and we can see from her before shot, her long hair was weighing down beautiful features. Click style notes to read all about an amazing transformation…

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A single strand of contrasting tone is a great way to create emphasis, drawing eyes to a point of interest or adding pizzazz to a classic look. Whether you pair your vibrant lock with a vivid outfit or muted neutrals a strip of brightness is an inventive, fashionable way to pull your look together. Modern non-permanent products like hair chalk allow you to create strips of light at home, without commitment to a full service, making it a great option for a night on the town. See the simple steps below to add radiant trim to your own ‘do.

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Perks of Being a Wallflower actress Emma Watson is looking lovely in longer tresses. Watson wore a sweet half up, half down hairstyle to the film’s screening. Her cut is still very short, but we think she is growing out her pixie elegantly. While growing out your hair, wearing curled styles will help hide any uneven lengths. Not to mention, the chocolate brown color is so rich and luscious. What do you think? Should Emma go back to her pixie hair or keep growing out her locks?