From the daily archives: "Friday, October 11, 2013"
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Much of the time a simple thought to go darker in winter and lighter in summer is all we need to do to keep our hair colors appropriately seasonal. But with new technologies and trends, hair color is evolving, and avant-garde hues are permeating the mainstream, making the most fashionable looks a lot more adventurous than your average single process or highlight. To stay on the pulse, you must first be abreast of your options. To see what we’re seeing for autumn-winter, click style notes…

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Appearing in the Donna Karen 2014 Resort Advertising Campaign, Australian model Catherine McNeil blows us away with the beauty of this tousled bob. It’s been quite the year for shoulder-grazing styles. The trend started with Karlie Kloss’s haircut of the year and has continued on an upward curve. The good news is that a well cut bob is versatile, low maintenance, easy to style; the best news is that bobs are universally flattering. Because they drape off cheekbones, chin, and shoulders, bob-lengths encourage eyes to drift over your most flattering feminine features. So if you’re sold on the bob, click style notes to learn how to style it with sexy, windswept abandon…

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Rampant rumors of an all-night-long (all night) romp with X Factor judge Demi Lovato put Australian spinner Ruby Rose into the spotlight. Now she’s here, we may as well enjoy a lick of her luscious lavender locks. Dip-dyes entered fashion’s and beauty’s consciousness a few years since, with Kelly Osbourne, Katy Perry, and the –– alleged –– lover of lady DJs, Demi Lovato, becoming its celebrity champions. Still, none of the aforementioned queens of color have managed such an outrageously wonderful combination as this lilac and lavender and blue. Probably not the style for a corporate office job, a temporary application to add spice to your weekend alter-ego is easier to achieve than what you may think. For our tips, click style notes.  Click for StyleNotes →