From the daily archives: "Wednesday, November 21, 2012"

 

This fluffy bun is the perfect counterpart to sleek roots worn with a deep side part. The soft orb of hair worn just below the ear is playful and unexpected; contrasting finishes keep it sophisticated. A structured leather jacket paired with a vivid maxi dress mirrors the converse textures in the hair. Get the look in a few simple steps.

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A simple, classic style these long, flowing layers are made fresh and fashion-forward with a face-framing choppy bang and a frosty blonde tone. Contrasting short and long, thick and wispy, this is a modern and stylish fall and winter hairstyle. We love the long fringe, which hangs over eyebrows, setting off the eyes and minimizing the need for shaping. To get the look in a few simple steps, click style notes. 

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Siren of the silent film, Louise Brooks embodies the daring spirit of the 1920s with her trend-setting bob. Her signature cut featured heavy bangs, a tapered nape, and sleek points that set off high cheekbones and a seductive gaze. Independent and daring, she had few friends in Hollywood despite her enormous popularity with audiences. Her film career lasted only ten years, but her talent, free spirit, and alluring beauty make her a legend. Louise redefined femininity with her strong haircut and fearless attitude; her personal revolution roused many women of her generation, and she continues to inspire us today.

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Heather Epstein, the beautiful fashion blogger for fashionistanygirl , recently posted a step by step of a do-it-yourself, braided hair ‘do that captured lots of attention. Aside from the visual interest of the twined texture, this is a great style for keeping hair away from the face while forgoing the formality of a traditional updo –– in favor of a bohemian feel. Heather has kindly agreed to let us share the way to create this look, so click through style notes for pictures and steps…

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