From the daily archives: "Monday, November 17, 2014"

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If you need perking up on a Monday, some soft and sexy waves, like Rose Huntington-Whitely’s, are sure to make you feel sprightly. A tumbling, vivacious look, the long layer cut naturally helps the hair to be flouncy and bouncy, while the center-part frames her strong jaw-line, big lips, and blue eyes for a beautifying look dripping with sex appeal. For anyone who desires this attention-grabbing ‘do, click notes for styling tips and tricks.

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It seems that sometimes we just can’t win the battle with gravity and our perfectly coiffed tendrils fall faster than a D-list celebrities career. And once your hair drops it seems like the pep in your step does too, which is highly unfortunate since we hate it when a bad hair day affects our mood. Luckily we have some alternatives that don’t involve constantly using volumizing products and and round brushes to get a nice bounce. Click through to style notes to learn how to get more voluminous hair in five seconds or less. –– Michelle Rotbart

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It’s important to know what works on you, to follow your own sense of style instead of become a slave to trends. But over time a signature look can turn into a rut which limits the way you express yourself and makes you look out-of-date. How do you know if your favorite style is falling out of fashion? How long is too long to wear a particular cut or color? Click the style notes for 5 signs it’s time to try something new. –Laura Martin 

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Youthful party girl meets vintage vixen in this this off-kilter style seen at A Detacher’s spring summer 2015 show. The look is a variation on the topknot that shifts the shape forward and to the side creating a shape that recalls pinup styles of the 1940s. Leaving the back lengths loose creates a soft, feminine shape that can be worn smooth or curled. This style can turn a bad hair day around in less than five minutes. Click the style notes for step-by-step instructions. –Laura Martin 

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