From the daily archives: "Wednesday, September 24, 2014"

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This image, sent to us by Eve Galmiche, colorist and texture specialist at ARROJO NYC, offers a closeup look at a remarkably artistic, florid and beautiful multi-hue. Using turquoise and blue, interspersed with regal purple, it looks a lot like the rushing waters of the sea. Inclusive of her professional formulation and an insight to the vanguard art of hair painting, read Eve’s own inspirations for this look in the style notes.

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I’m going to be honest: the hair at NYFW Spring Summer 2015 was, dare I say it, boring. Most of the shows featured air-dryer texture, or smooth blowouts. The usually array of extreme textures and over-the-top styles was strangely absent. Instead the runways were full of simple, pretty hair—not very interesting, at least not at first. But look a little closer and there’s lots to love. From streaks of silver to tiny knots, to unusual parts, the beauty of this season is all in the details. Click the style notes to learn more about adding bits of originality to your look. –– Laura Martin

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While both long and short shapes are in fashion this fall, the trendiest length lies in between. Shoulder skimming cuts in a variety of styles, from sleek and smooth to tousled and textured, are striking the perfect balance. Learn more about this season’s hottest length, and the best shapes it comes in, in the style notes. –– Laura Martin

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hair hacks

 

For the beauty-obsessed Fashion Week is an amazing opportunity to look at hair inspiration. We’re always learning and discovering how to emulate the newest looks from the runway and we’ve come across some amazing tips and tricks to steal. The best part is we don’t have to pay a fortune or wait until next spring to try these tricks on. In fact, we’re trying them on right now. Click through to style notes to learn four hair hacks straight from the runways of top designers. –– Michelle Rotbart

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