From the daily archives: "Friday, July 26, 2013"


Even in 100-degree heat and humidity, Alexa Chung still strut New York’s streets with style and class. Flowing free in the wind, her flouncy hair with sort-of a center-part has the carefree disheveled elegance that everybody wants, but that few can pull off with such indifferent airiness. It’s also nice to see a celebrity keep her hair color more natural. Her raven-hair makes striking, stark contrast to her piercing blue eyes –– great for drama! Want to rock a similar look? Click style notes for our tips.

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Attending the Blue Jasmine premiere in Beverly Hills, Cate Blanchett showed why she reigns as the princess of elegance. Her figure-clinging, Alexander Mcqueen black and white dress is perfectly matched by her sleek, low-volume hairstyle. Worn straight with a deep side-part we love the head-hugging curvature, the polished tuck behind the ears, and the way her bangs drift across the eyes, drawing attention to her big baby blues. Anyone with a shoulder-length (or longer) layer cut could work a similar style. To learn how, click style notes.

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Michelle Williams has made it big. Once she lived up Dawson’s Creek, now she peddles hand bags. Her new gig as the face of Vuitton reinvents her sweet, girl-next-door appeal  with a series of sultry shots. The dark like wine lips and dramatic brows go with a roughed up cropped cut and a dirty blonde hair color to create the look of a boldly flirtatious minx. The hairstyling shows how cropped cuts give creative scope; most of the time she wears her hair soft and sweet and whimsical, but with the right products and some artful tousle, she’s a scarlet women. To learn how, click style notes.

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