From the daily archives: "Tuesday, October 28, 2014"

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Bobs are flattering, classic, stylish and they go with everything, but sometimes they need a new direction. Enter the wet look, or, more accurately, wet looks. Give your bob a slick hotness, caught-in-a-rainstorm sexiness,or just-out-of-the-shower sultriness. Pair it with red lips and smudgy liner. Tousled or tucked, the wet look trend will play up the geometry and texture of your crop, drawing attention to your bone structure and giving you a fresh, healthy luster. Learn how in the style notes. –– Laura Martin

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marchesa bride

One of the easiest ways to elevate a look is by tying your hair back into a simple updo. And it doesn’t need to be stuffy or restrictive. We saw a look we know you’d love at Marchesa’s latest bridal collection. This not so basic chignon is just what yo unwed to add a bit of panache into your look. And best yet you don’t-have-to be tying the knot to try this look on. Click through to style notes to get the details on how to emulate this twist on the classic chignon. –– Michelle Rotbart

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For some people pumpkin is the essential fall flavor, but for me it’s always been cranberry. There’s something about it’s cool tartness that reminds me of fall air. Translated to hair, the cranberry’s hue lends a cool brightness that’s rich but bright. It looks like cold weather sunsets, autumn leaves, and late season berries. The two-step process explained below provides a shimmering, long-lasting result. Read on for the professional formula and tips on application. –– Laura Martin

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Frizz-free waves are everyone’s dream hairstyle. The sexy undone look is something nearly anyone can pull off. However, with the cold weather coming in it’s difficult to find the time to let your hair dry naturally before you have to walk out into the brisk wind of fall and winter. As we all know air drying is always the best option for your hair and can help with frizz but next in line is diffusing and it’s a skill you need to know now. Click the notes for more. –– Kelly Rowe 

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