From the monthly archives: "August 2014"

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Have you considered pastels and candy colored hair but ultimately came to the conclusion that it was just too much of a change or commitment for you? Understandable. These shades are difficult for a few reasons: they aren’t considered professional for the workplace and they require an immense amount of upkeep. So what’s a great option for someone who can’t do the all over color look? Candy colored highlights. Click the notes for more. –– Kelly Rowe

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You may hear your stylist or friends preach about the benefits of great hair products and tools and think to yourself, “I’ll stick to my $5 one, thanks…” But by trying to be thrifty, the truth is you may actually be causing yourself a greater cost down the line, as cheaper products and tools tend be more damaging. Find out how to get the most bang for your buck in the style notes. –– Kelly Rowe

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Made famous and iconic by Brigitte Bardot, this classic style straddles the line between girl-next-door and sensual sex kitten. Volume at the crown creates bumptiousness, low tails add elegance and class for a perfectly contrasting combination. If you’re preparing for a Labor Day Weekend occasion, what could make a better entrance than this eye-catching look. Learn how to create it in the notes.

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It was released with spring ’15 in mind, but this is the perfect collection to take us into the long weekend. The latest ad campaign from Rosa Cha, the Brazilian beachwear label, Barbara Palvin, Erin Heatherton, Frida Gustavsson, and Taylor Marie Hill star in a large selection of images where fun and frolics and good times with friends is the life-affirming theme. There’s just enough of the summer season left to take inspiration from these images to run to the beach in tie-dyes, ruffles, and carefree textured hairstyles. See the full spread in the style notes.

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