From the daily archives: "Tuesday, August 26, 2014"

emmys

As the award ceremonies of this past week wrap up, we take a look at the styles from last night’s Emmys. Who had the best hair ‘do? Our picks were Sarah Hyland, Heidi Klum, and Sofia Vergara. To get tips on how to steal their gorgeous red carpet hair, click the notes. –– Kelly Rowe

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bombshell

We see our hairstylists religiously, and we have our hair routines down pat; yet we’re still dreaming of the dream girl locks seen on the likes of Alexa and Cara? It’s annoying we know, causing major hair envy, but don’t pull out your tresses just yet –– after-all, these girls take an entourage of professionals wherever they go. Before you go crazy with jealously, try a few simple changes that will help your locks reach their full bombshell potential. Click through to style notes to get the details. You’ll get your dream hair in no time. –– Michelle Rotbart

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Teased, tangled, and tousled, wild hair is in. It’s a fun trend and easy to achieve with every hair type, but it’s also easy to take too far. This half-up look offers a great solution by balancing disheveled surfaces with a bit of structure. It’s a simple style that’s high-impact but easy to achieve. Click the style notes for step-by-step instructions. –– Laura Martin

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Curly or wavy hair with natural volume is in this fall, and the wilder the better. This isn’t salon blow-out volume, this is embrace your natural texture, let your hair go, volume. This is about bouncy, fluffy, healthy hair, about embracing nature instead of fighting it. Learn how to play up your hair’s wild side in the style notes. –– Laura Martin

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hairsituations

Do you have a situation on your hands? Sometimes hair emergencies pop up and being unprepared is the worst. With a few tricks and a few accessories to keep on hand at all times, you can keep your hair situations at a level one rather than letting it escalate to a level ten.  Click the notes for easy fixes for everyday hair emergency’s. –– Kelly Rowe

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