From the daily archives: "Friday, October 4, 2013"


With cat eyes and glamorous curls raven-haired stunner, Rachel Bilson, sends heat-waves through the October issue of Marie Clare, Mexico. In a series of sultry and sunny images, the all-American girl pairs bold metallic jewelry and gloriously feminine gowns with a tantalizing beauty look for a flirty and enticing spread. See the full collection in the style notes….  Click for StyleNotes →

top knot
The weekend is here and you need a quick and easy ‘do that always looks good, is fashionable and fitting for fall: The Top-Knot. Over the past year, this casual take on an updo has been worn or lot, but more often than not, with complementary blunt bangs. That fringe placement does look great, for this season, however, the point of difference is to sweep all hair off the face, yet leave a few wispy strands hanging free and loose, to keep the easy, undone feeling. Great for second day hair, and for creating anillusion of lift for cheekbones and chin, make this your go-to autumn style. To learn how, click style notes.
For those looking for inspiration for a new fall hair color, this editorial submission by Tim Bricker, co-owner of B&B Hair Color Studiopresents florid options, inspired by pumpkin spice. A sought-after colorist who can boast appearances on Fox and TLC,Tim’s sense for one of falls biggest color trends is spot on, and great for anyone with pale or porcelain skin. For his insights to creating these looks, click style notes.  Click for StyleNotes →


From bubblegum pink to ocean blue to classic blondes and brunettes, Demi Lovato has tried every color in the spectrum over the past year, but her latest look takes some topping. Incorporating the ombre trend, the color goes from moody midnight blue at the roots to a fiery electric blue on the ends, encapsulating Demi’s mien. Dare you try such a bold hue? With alternatives like hair chalk, you don’t have to make it permanent, meaning you can make yourself rock star blue for a night on the town, before going back to your more subtle daytime ‘do. For our tips, click style notes.  Click for StyleNotes →