From the daily archives: "Monday, July 28, 2014"

turban

A printed scarf is a cool accessory that can add some instant panache to your look. And if you know how to properly tie a scarf into a turban you can combine the super trendy with the super savvy (turbans are great for hiding less than perfect hair days). Add this accessory to your vacation or music festival packing list and be prepared for wherever your adventure takes you. Click through to style notes to learn how to tie a turban. –– Michelle Rotbart

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One of the last flowers of the summer, marigolds take us out of the warm season with a bang. Their brightly colored, many petalled flowers in rich shades of red, orange, and gold, bring to mind fall foliage and the glow of the evening sun. To translate this feeling to the hair, deep copper and bright gold hues are layered with a vivid gloss of red for a sparkling, faceted result. Click the style notes for the technique and professional formulations. –– Laura Martin

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Conceptualized, cut and styled by ARROJO stylist Renée Haldeman this combination scissor and razor cut characterizes a new era of laid back and versatile grooming for guys. The 1990s-inspired style resembles the long top and short sides of a high top, but with extra length preserved in the front, an array of styling options abound for the guy about town. Read Renée’s inspiration, and see the five different styles in the style notes.

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Short bangs look both youthful and edgy. They open up long cuts, add gamine sexiness to short shapes, and give bobs a fashion-forward twist. There’s a lot to love, but there’s also a lot that can go wrong. Don’t try this at home! A poorly cut micro fringe can make you look childish or mis-proportioned, while a well-cut version will add a funky, youthful vibe. Learn the dos and don’ts of this trending fringe in the style notes. –– Laura Martin

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