From the monthly archives: "June 2014"

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This look breaks away from traditional precision cutting with whispery, feather-light ends in a shape that mimics nature instead of geometry. There are no hard edges here; strands melt into each other and ends diffuse into the ether. A feather weight cut is delightfully feminine, easy to style, and flattering to any face. Click the style notes to learn more. –– Laura Martin

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diane

We love Diane Kruger. Not only is the German-born beauty a personal friend of Karl Lagerfeld, but she also has great fashion and beauty sense. Kruger always knows how to push style limits in all the right ways. Last week, during a screening of her current show, The Bridge, she wore a neutral makeup palette and fresh and textured waves––a desirable look for hip summer chic. Want to learn how to master Diane’s waves? Click through to style notes to get the details. –– Michelle Rotbart

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With curls, styling is usually about getting things under control, but encouraging coils to their maximum fullness is a stunning alternative. Fluffy, pulled apart texture feels airy and light, like a big, fluffy summer cloud. It’s a winsome style, surprisingly feminine, glamorous and nebulous. Wear it with bare shoulders and dewy skin for an air of perfectly understated glamour. Click the style notes for step-by-step instructions. –– Laura Martin

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This formula is less intense than the other peach shades I’ve tried, a soft, wearable hue that falls somewhere between natural and pastel. This tone has a weathered quality, like well-worn fabric, leaving you with a shade as comfortable and soft as your favorite t-shirt. Read on for the formula and tips on application. –– Laura Martin Click for StyleNotes →

SodaCanRollers

With July 4th coming up take a piece of Americana and add it to your Independence Day look. Coke can curls can look ultra glam. Want big volume and bombshell waves? This va-va-voom style will be the go-to for longer haired gals. Click the notes for the how to achieve these awesome waves. –– By Kelly Rowe

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