From the daily archives: "Monday, January 27, 2014"

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Editorial stylist, Christophe Lambenne, continues to light up our world with his submissions to Style Noted (and you can too; we always welcome stylists to submit there own work; it can be done, here). His latest is a photo taken from a forthcoming collection collaboration with photographer, Maëlle André. Titled “Lotte,” there’s just so much to love about this image: A pretty girl in a field of hay; a gorgeous natural red hair color; a tumbling mass of adorable texture; and all lensed with artful composition. Christophe also sent us his steps to achieving this style. To find out how one creates such a look, click style notes.

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Flowers are one of the easiest ways to brighten up a room and they work the same way for your hair. Pinning blossoms to a braided, curled, or coiled updo adds romance and brightness. Loosely structured styles are a big trend for spring; blossoms enhance the organic feeling of these shapes. Click the style notes for tips on making this look come together. –– Laura Martin

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The current number one focus in the beauty market is anti-aging: Preventing wrinkles, reversing the effects of sun damage, and stopping hair loss. With fine and thinning hair one of the prime beauty concerns for women, scientists are working on a breakthrough procedure that may lead to limp locks becoming the luscious mermaid hair that girls dream of tousling in the wind. Craving the scientific scoop. Click through style notes to find out more. –– Michelle Rotbart

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After season’s of ombre, traditional highlights are making a comeback. Subtle variation and internal placement create a soft blend of harmonious tones that meld seamlessly and grow out softly. Whether created with hand painting or foils, understated wisps of brightness will give your strands a touch of sun-kissed lightness. Read on for tips to achieving this lovely trend. –– Laura Martin

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