From the daily archives: "Thursday, October 9, 2014"

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Attending the premiere of Camp X-Ray at The Crosby Hotel, New York, Kristen Stewart gave us the perfect chance to take a close up look at her new ‘do. In short, the style is a winner. A cropped, choppy and shaggy shape with textured layers all through the top, sides, front and back the strong side part gives an asymmetrical feel and, with the parting sweeping across the face, it’s a great style for drawing attention to eyes. Hollywood’s paragon of virtue also nailed the color. A rich brown base in mocha tones is ramped up a notch with subtle hues of red peaking through, which is both on trend and seasonally appropriate. Learn about styling similar shapes in the notes.

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Splash lights are self-explanatory: Bits of color adding splashes of light or brightness when the hair moves. While we love this trend, what makes it most exciting is the potential to take it up a notch, creating painted brights. If you’re ready to go bold, Be get tips for this trend in the notes. –– Kelly Rowe

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When the mussy bedhead look –– with its modern, effortless texture –– went back to number one on the must have look list, we were beyond excited. Being blessed with natural curls, I was especially enthusiastic. For me it’s easier to make my hair look undone (but done) than it is for me to straighten and smooth it out. To be honest, all I need to do is pulse ReFINISH into my roots and shake it some. But for those with fine and straight hair, it takes more persuasion than a simple wash-and-tousle-and-wear. Click style notes for a fool-proof way to make textured tresses out of even the straightest of strands. –– Michelle Rotbart

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I’m 33 and my hair is already about 40% gray. It started turning when I was 14. I wish someone had told me back then how quickly it would come in, or the pros and cons of dying it. At the time it was a novelty, but as I got older, and grayer, I began to wonder what to do about my sliver strands; should I pluck them, dye them, ignore them? If you’re beginning to notice some silver in your mane you might be wondering the same things. We’ve got the answers and more in the style notes. –– Laura Martin

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