From the daily archives: "Wednesday, November 26, 2014"

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Kristen Stewart is great at giving off the aura of don’t-give-a-damn and her short textured hairstyle fits perfectly with her vibe. A cropped and layered razor cut that makes her hair manageable and versatile, styles like this are a a great option when you want to add strength and definition to the face, while making hair easier to manage. The rich mocha brown color defines the shape of the cut, and provides the perfect contrast to Kristen’s skin tone. But you don’t have to be hot-tempered actress to wear a similar style; learn how to get your short textured layers in the notes.

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When you’re blessed with natural curls, your life should be easier, not harder. Unlike straight hair or uneven waves, the style is already there, it just needs a little guidance and taming. Even the laziest of on-the-go chicks can change up her messy bun for perfect curls. With the right techniques and a little product, you can achieve effortless hair in as little as ten minutes. So put the straighter down and start embracing your genetically given curls. Click through to style notes to get the details. –– Michelle Rotbart

 

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Dropping temperatures leave many short-haired ladies longing for a little more coverage. Winter is a great time to grow out your hair, but no matter how talented your stylist is, you’re sure to go through a few rough transitions on your path from pixie to mermaid. To get you through the difficult patches you’ll need some miracles, or at least some miraculous products. We’ve got just the thing. Click the style notes to learn more. –– Laura Martin

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Every fall I become obsessed with red hair. Maybe it’s the vibrant foliage. Maybe it’s the bright sunsets. Whatever it is, cool weather makes me crave crimson strands, and this year it seems I’m not alone. Popular reds for the season range from cool berry tones to earthy coppers, often on one head. Blended reds are prismatic and flattering, balancing warmth and coolness. These looks add dimension to cuts, and pair well with a variety of clothing ensembles and makeup palettes, where single-tone reds are sometimes limiting. Click the style notes to learn more about this trend. –– Laura Martin

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