From the daily archives: "Thursday, October 16, 2014"

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Taken from the ARROJO runway show at Goldwell Color Zoom Berlin, this layered, shoulder-grazing razor-cut with textural separation and deep, full bangs is made even more dynamic and fashionable with remarkable blonde and blue hues. Cut by Amanda Jenkins and colored by Ashley Kowalsky, the blue on the ends was created using air-brushing, a new, pioneering technique that enables fashion-forward colorists to apply color in tailored gradients, creating light intensity and illumination matched to the shape of the style. Learn more about this cut and color in the notes.

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wetlook

Whenever the runways come around, so does the wet look hairstyle. On gangly, gaunt, waif-like girls the dripping wet look can be maddeningly sexy; the hair sparkles under the lights and the lens, adding drama and devilish indifference to the catwalk. But for the girl on the street, the wet look hairstyle appears a distant dream, the preserve of an elite cadre of chosen women. It doesn’t have to be that way. Just see the wet look as another way to wear the undone, lived-in hairstyle trend. For our tips, click notes.

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This shiny deep brown shade is absolutely decadent. A blend of red, gold and ash brown hues, the color has a spectrum of reflection that flatters a variety of skin tones. Perfect for adding a bit of drama for the cool months this lovely hue pairs beautifully with vampy red lips or soft natural beauty. The saturation of tones provides maximum versatility with a warmth that keeps the shade from washing out pale complexions. Click the style notes for the formula and tips on application. –Laura Martin

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liven up pony

Our ready-to-wear hairstyle is always a pony. Because why not? It’s classic and yet modern. Elegant and yet on the edge. Usually when we want to liven up a low ponytail, an elegant clip at the nape of the neck is sure to do the trick. But then we came across an IT girl wearing a reinterpretation of our beloved style, using a kilt pin. Needless to say we were super excited our favorite sophisticated style got a jolt of the downtown vibe. This is a definitely one of fall’s must have looks! Care to put some edge into your low ponytail? Click through to style notes to get the details. –– Michelle Rotbart

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