From the daily archives: "Tuesday, August 20, 2013"

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For the highly anticipated September issue of Vogue Jennifer Lawrence worked with famous hair stylist, Oribe, to create a look inspired by legendary Italian actress Monica Vitti and the classic film, Bonnie and Clyde. With lots of movement, tousle and flow, we love the volume and texture, coupled with her face-framing layered cut –– perfect for Fall. To get the look, click style notes.

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Though the bootylicious one appeared just last week with her hair in a side parted pixie, this past Saturday she took the stage at the V Festival in Chelmsford, England, rocking an asymmetrical bob. Though I worried that she wouldn’t keep the fierceness going with out her long, luscious locks, the new do proved fabulously flip-able. Now that Beyonce is back to being Sasha Fierce, perhaps the wind machine will come out of retirement. To keep your own bob looking hot, click through to style notes. –– Michelle Rotbart 

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This refractory color contains a mix of pastel hues ranging from pink to gray to periwinkle. The opalescent mix of shades is reminiscent of mother of pearl, and provides a sophisticated take on pastel that is rich enough to transition easily into fall. A strong silver undertone provides a futuristic metallic sheen, especially when paired with a crisp, geometric shape like the bob shown here. Read on the professional formulation and application tips. –– Laura Martin 

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Bobby pins and hair pins are essential staples of hair styling. They’ll fix flyaway bangs, secure braids and lock updos into place, but only if you know how to use them. Improper application and lack of knowledge can lead to unstable shapes, scraped scalps, and constant need for readjustment, but with a few simple steps you can clip and pin like pro, creating gorgeous styles that will last all day without a second thought. Click the style notes for professional secrets to using these essential styling aids. –– Laura Martin

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