From the daily archives: "Monday, December 29, 2014"

badhaircut

Sometimes bad haircuts happen. Either your favorite stylist had an off day, you opted to try someone new and it just didn’t work out, or you are bouncing around struggling to find the right hairdresser. Whatever the reason, running from the salon in tears is not the looking good, feeling great vibe you were going for. Luckily for all of us, hair does grow and today’s bad cut can be but a memory in just a short time. Until that time passes there are a few ways to mask the appearance of even the worst haircuts. Click through to style notes to get the know-how. –– Michelle Rotbart

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2nd day hair

Nowadays, we all know the importance of not shampooing your locks everyday. Over-cleansing is not the panacea for great hair. However, we also understand that you can’t just roll out of bed with perfectly tousled waves on day four post wash—maybe you can if you’re Gisele Bundchen, but us everyday girls need something more. So while you wait for Tom Brady to ditch his VS Angel for a date with you, learn a a few excellent solutions to transforming your hair from limp and unwashed to glamorous, without having to start from scratch. Click through to stye notes for your guide to no-wash hair. –– Michelle Rotbart

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Cold weather food is all about spices: cloves, cinnamon, anise, nutmeg. This lovely shade has a fusion of deep, spicy notes which add complexity to this copper brown that’s made from combining a variety of warm and cool hues into one sweet, ginger-bread-inspired shade. Click the style notes for the formula and tips on application. –– Laura Martin

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No matter how vibrant and beautiful your blonde is when you first walk out of the salon, over time it dulls, getting darker, brassier, and less shiny. Impurities in your water, exposure to the sun, and styling product build-up are just a few of the factors that can make your blonde less beautiful. But, with these expert tips you can keep your strands and bright and lovely as the day the were colored. Find out how in the style notes. –– Laura Martin

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