From the daily archives: "Friday, July 19, 2013"


If you’re looking for a trendy new hairstyle, this tousled and deconstructed chin-length bob could be just the ticket. Shorter lengths at the cheekbones, a swooshing side-bang bang, and lots of texture give movement and flow. The style suits all hair types, but those with fine and limp hair will find shorter lengths especially beneficial as cropped styles create an illusion of thickness, and you won’t have to worry about long hair drooping as the day goes on. Thinking about a similar look? Click style notes for our tips.

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Understated supermodel and wife of Bruce Willis, Emma Heming wears a classic low ponytail that, despite a new wave of creative takes on the look, continues to die hard. Side ponies, textured ponies, braided ponies may all be more hip, but the low pony is full of sophisticated style and class. Paired with a loosely tailored center-part, we love how this look exposes and highlights her pretty and delicate neck. Another peak is the strands left dangling in the front; these serve to spotlight her cheekbones, chin, and mouth, while simultaneously keeping it casual. A look anyone with long hair can recreate, click style notes for our tips.

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Jessica Stam is part of a new wave of models dubbed the “doll faces.” Her sweet, warm, elegant features are perfectly exposed with this side-parted and graduated crop. Ultra-manageable and ultra-versatile, styles like these are a great option when you want to add strength and definition to the face. Here styled smooth and natural with a few loose wisps keeping it lived-in, with the right styling it could also be made into a messy, just-rolled-out-of-bed look. For our styling tips for similar shapes, click style notes.

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