From the daily archives: "Tuesday, September 30, 2014"

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Opening night of the Metropolitan Opera season is a black tie affair, posh and formal. It’s not a place you’d expect to see pastel hair, but Jemima Kirke pulled it off beautifully. Pairing her pink strands with a crimson lip and long flowered gown, she looked both polished and irreverent. Tousled waves and a deep side part added elegance to her fashionable look. Learn to create her classy pastel look in the style notes. –– Laura Martin

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Flirty and feminine, this season’s short shapes are turning back the clock to the early 2000s when pixie cuts where longer, rounder, and piecier. In recent years cropped shapes have exhibited a stronger, more boyish tone with barbered edges and stronger outlines; this season’s girlier variations are a refreshing change of pace. These cuts look feminine even without makeup and require little more in the way of styling than a dab of pomade. If your ready to update your crop click the style notes. –– Laura Martin

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looks to steal from runway

We love a good steal, and with so many amazing beauty looks on the fashion runways this month, it’s difficult to pick just one. Our favorites tend to be ones that look sophisticated, effortless, and best of all, are easy to achieve. We’ve kept a watchful eye on the runway and pulled three easy looks for you to recreate right at your vanity, no salon needed. Care to try the newest looks from the runway on? Click through to style notes to get the details. –– Michelle Rotbart

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headband roll

Great hair says a lot about a person. It says that you woke up in enough time to put yourself together and look ready to face whatever the day may bring. Looking great can project confidence to the world, but not all of us have the time in the morning or more likely we are just bad at waking up to the alarm clock. Here is a awesome style to try that takes just 5 minutes but is ultra chic. Click for style notes. –– Kelly Rowe

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